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This effort from HiperCentro Corona is perhaps even more inspired however, making the page seem as though it has a kitchen concealed inside it. The page of 'classifieds' are entirely fake but look real, as though the company simply bought out a block
Osborn, 13, was the grand prize winner at the Los Cerritos Middle School Science Fair last month...Kyle investigated the origin of cosmic rays, their frequency in the daytime versus nighttime and their impact on evolution.
Crazy but hypnotic car vent filmed spinning around at lightning speed The clip shows the device circling around at rapid speeds as air pressure coming out of it changes. The hypnotic display is a hit, having been seen more than a million times since
The number of new confirmed cases of the virus has accelerated recently, confounding farmers and veterinarians, who have ramped up their already stringent "biosecurity" measures since last spring. Those precautions include more aggressively
Here you can see what happened when a star went supernova, and became the object known as SN 1987A. This artist's interpretation is based on data gathered from the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope. According to the ESO: This
HuffPost Entertainment is proud to present the exclusive debut of Ray LaMontagne's new music video for his recent single, "Supernova," off the upcoming album by the same title. To make it even more special, this is LaMontagne's very first music video
New research from an international team of astronomers from the University of Leicester in the UK and the University of Arizona sheds light on how stars that have reached the end of their useful life and collapsed in on themselves become
Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomer Liz explains the size of the universe, using animation and analogies to make sense of the incredible distances that we deal with when we talk about the cosmos. The combination of Liz's clever wit and lucid
Physicist Gets 'Smoking Gun' Proof Of His Theory March 18, 2014 11:30 AM Kuo and his colleagues announced on Monday that they believe to a high-degree of certainty that they have detected gravitational waves in the faint afterglow of the Big Bang.
Scientists will announce a "major discovery" on Monday, March 17 at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, according to a news release from the institution. The press conference will be streamed live starting at 11:55 a.m...Rumors