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Space.com The most powerful solar flare of the summer so far erupted from the sun Friday (July 6), the latest in a string of powerful storms this week from our nearest star, space weather experts say...EDT (2300 GMT) and registered as a class X1.1
How to Prove the Multiverse Exists, in the Most Violent Way Possible Quantum mechanics says objective reality doesn't exist, that instead all we see are probabilities collapsing into one particular configuration... and all other possible realities
Fukushima Nuclear Accident/Tsunami On March 11, following astounding video footage of ships passing over farmers' fields, as the tsunami washed over the Japanese landscape, came news that the nearby nuclear reactor had been compromised .
Dick adaptation, "Now Wait For Last Year" Prepare for the mighty future battle between the Starmen and the Reegs! Another production company has gobbled up the rights to yet another Philip K...In this story, the good people of future Earth have
Filed Under A close encounter of the harmless kind comes next Tuesday when an aircraft-carrier-size asteroid races past Earth. The asteroid, dubbed 2005 YU55, will come within 202,000 miles of Earth, closer than the moon before zipping farther out
as an aspiring geologist, the potential of this form of energy is amazing to me. We should be doing everything possible to develop geothermal energy technologies. This is a largely untapped area of tremendous alternative energy
Climate crisis will force drastic economic change New York Times Posted: 06/08/2011 02:03:24 PM PDT Updated: 06/08/2011 02:03:25 PM PDT You really do have to wonder whether a few years from now we'll look back at the first decade of the 21st century -
April 20, 2011 (Issue # 1652) While the 50th anniversary of the Soviet Union putting the first man in space was celebrated across the world last week, less well documented are the many canine cosmonauts who preceded Yury Gagarin.
Pakistan News: Astronomers have dotted a bizarre new solar system with tiny “puffy&
The almost 9.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Japan on March 11 may have slightly shortened the length of each Earth day and shifted its axis. Japan earthquakethe fifth largest since 1900 -- affected Earths rotation applied. Its calculations