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It's the end of another month, and as is the usual practice, Netflix adds a ton of new titles on the 1st...If you're in the mood for a marathon, the bulk of the "Rocky" films, one through five, have been added. Also worth noting on the list is "
The Cosmos star says we've been genetically modifying our food for "tens of thousands of years."...And now, in a video recently posted on YouTube (the actual date when it was recorded is unclear), he takes a strong stand on another hot-button
For all of the end times prognostication that occurred in 2012, it turns out that modern life actually was almost completely destroyed that year, thanks to an " extreme solar storm " that sent plasma clouds hurtling from the sun at a rate of 3,000 km/
Neil DeGrasse Tyson, astronomical badass, went on Real Time With Bill Maher Friday to offer a well-reasoned counterpoint...Neil DeGrasse Tyson, astronomical badass, went on Real Time With Bill Maher Friday to offer a well-reasoned counterpoint. What
I don’t think they like Bill Nye the Science Guy or any intellectual for that matter but they seem to have a concentrated loathing for astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson. I am talking about a group of Republicans who are making
Citing the 45th anniversary last week of the Apollo 11 landing on the moon, Bill Maher on Friday night sneered: I always hear that the moon landing was the last great thing that America did. I think the last great thing America did was giving health
Media playback is unsupported on your device Manhattanhenge: New York's solar phenomenon 14 July 2014 Last updated at 00:14 BST New Yorkers have witnessed "Manhattanhenge", a solar phenomenon during which all east-west streets on the city's grid
The term was coined by astrophysicist and long-time New Yorker Neil deGrasse Tyson. For best effect, position yourself as far east in Manhattan as possible, he writes. But ensure that when you look west across the avenues you can still see New Jersey.
The Neil deGrasse Tyson fronted remake of Carl Sagan's paean to the universe is looking like a big hit with Emmy voters...Educationally driven science content was once anathema on primetime television, but earlier this year, Seth Macfarlane, Neil
Because OUR resources should be directed to outward, beyond-the-moon, to establishing habitation and laboratories on the surface of Mars that can be built, assembled, from the close-by moons of Mars...Much better than controlling things on the Moon