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Darren Moss today stood in stunned silence as they surveyed the smouldering ruin where their four-bedroom house had been. The couple had hours earlier narrowly avoided perishing in the ferocious inferno as it tore through their Murraylands hobby farm
Click to rate MFrankln, Alabama, United States, 19 minutes ago Okay, so we may well find something similar to earth in the foreseeable future but, what then? Here in the US, our space program has been gutted out to fund a failing healthcare system
SouthCoastToday.com If last week is any indication, we're a long, long way from reaching a consensus about what effect wind turbines have on property values. The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, or CEC, released the results of an "independent"
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Nature is an inspiration behind the artistic expressions of many. Now, two artists from Varanasi, both graduates in Fine Arts from Banaras Hindu University, have brought their nature-inspired artwork to Ayatana Art Gallery in an exhibition titled "
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A panel of experts appointed by Italy's health ministry in December to assess the controversial 'Stamina' stem-cell treatment found it seriously lacking in both premise and practice, Nature science journal reported Tuesday. The experts' report cited "
I recently spent two days on location in Las Vegas with certified mad men of science Jason Silva and Tim Shaw of the National Geographic Channel's Brain Games and None of the Above . We were somewhere off US95, on the edge of the desert, when the
Content In My Opinion Perception is not reality, but it passes for it in the meathead world of sports, and we can all be guilty of confirmation bias when viewing things, inclined to find the facts that reaffirm what we already believe instead of
Virtual reality has a come a long way since the 1990s, the heady days of Lawnmower Man and epic battles with evil triangles and squares. But with the arrival of the Oculus Rift headset, VR is poised to change the way we play, work and learn. That may