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Philip Jackman The Globe and Mail Published Saturday, Aug. 25 2012, 12:00 AM EDT Last updated Friday, Aug. 24 2012, 5:59 PM EDT This week, Collected Wisdom tackles a topic that is massively weighty. So weighty and massive, in fact, that it's
Mars' CO2 snowflakes' calculated to be about the size of red blood cells Washington: Researchers at MIT have determined the size of carbon dioxide snow particles in clouds at both Martian poles from data gathered by orbiting spacecraft. In the dead
Jimmy Westlake/Courtesy We don't yet know what 96 percent of our universe is made of. Us and the planets, stars and galaxies account for only 4 percent of its total mass and energy...Steamboat Springs Did you know the universe has a dark side? You'