NASA Developing Deep Space Habitats

The push into space has taken mankind to the moon and now space agencies are looking at sending humans into deep space. But to do so, the agencies need a…

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U.S. Gov Grants Permission for a Private Company to Land on the Moon

If you think the Space Race ended in the Cold War era, think again. The competition to make it to the moon is alive and well and this time, it’s…

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Are Some Wolves in Danger of Losing Protected Status?

To the casual observer, one wolf might look the same as another but to those in the know, there are crucial differences between the various species of wolf. A recent…

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Edward Snowden Designs Spy-Proof Phone Protector

Edward Snowden Designs Spy-Proof Phone Protector

Edward Snowden, a long-time source of controversy between people who view him as a hero and those who say he is a traitor after he leaked information about an extensive…

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Are Smart Stitches the Next Big Medical Breakthrough?

Are Smart Stitches the Next Big Medical Breakthrough?

With the rise in wearable technology telling us everything from how many steps we’ve walked to our current heart rate, it may be no surprise to some that researchers have…

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CHRYSLER RECRUITS HACKERS TO FIND SECURITY FLAWS

CHRYSLER RECRUITS HACKERS TO FIND SECURITY FLAWS

A year after hacker-exposed security flaws in a Jeep Cherokee led Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) to recall 1.4 million vehicles, the automaker has decided to join forces with hackers in hopes…

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U.S. Gov. Contemplate Drones Armed with Peanut Butter to Save Ferrets

U.S. Gov. Contemplate Drones Armed with Peanut Butter to Save Ferrets

The government reportedly plans to use drones firing peanut-butter pellets in an attempt to prevent black-footed ferrets from becoming extinct. The plan proposed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service…

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NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Reaches Jupiter

NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Reaches Jupiter

NASA’s Juno spacecraft has reached Jupiter’s orbit, ending its five-year, 1.7 billion mile trek, which has reportedly cost $1.1 billion. The spacecraft sent a signal at 11:53 pm Eastern time…

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The temptation of the S7 and S7 edge

The temptation of the S7 and S7 edge

To be frank, I’m an Apple fan myself. That is until Samsung put temptation on the table. I have abstained from anything android for years, specifically Samsung Galaxy S series.…

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EPA Finds Potential Link between “Fracking” and Well Water Contamination

EPA Finds Potential Link between “Fracking” and Well Water Contamination

Pavilion, Wyoming located about 230 miles northeast of Salt Lake city is a small community surrounded by a natural gas well field, (up to 150 wells), owned and operated by…

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Dwarf Planet ‘Eris’ Gives Up More Secrets

Dwarf Planet ‘Eris’ Gives Up More Secrets

Eris, the dwarf planet discovered in 2005,  has passed in front of a star and is providing astronomers with the clearest view of it since it was identified. The planets…

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U.S. Dismantles Last Nuclear Monster Bomb

U.S. Dismantles Last Nuclear Monster Bomb

The last B53 nuclear bomb was dismantled on Tuesday, at the Pantex nuclear weapons facility, near Amarillo in Texas. The 9 megaton bomb called the “bunker buster” was designed to hit…

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2000 Year Old Supernova Mystery Solved

2000 Year Old Supernova Mystery Solved

In 185 A.D., Chinese astronomers noted a “guest star” that mysteriously appeared in the sky and stayed for about 8 months. By the 1960s, scientists had determined that the mysterious…

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Keep Talking: Study finds No link to Cancer from Cellphone Use

Keep Talking: Study finds No link to Cancer from Cellphone Use

Research published online in the British Medical Journal suggests, there is no link between the long-term use of a mobile phone and brain cancer.  Researchers at the Institute of Cancer Epidemiology…

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Astronomers Capture Image of Planet Being Born

Astronomers Capture Image of Planet Being Born

A University of Hawaii astronomer has captured the first direct image of a planet forming around a star. Dr. Adam Kraus used the twin 10 meter Keck telescopes on Mauna…

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New ‘Stuxnet’ Virus Targets European Companies

New ‘Stuxnet’ Virus Targets European Companies

Researchers, at Symantec a leading US cybersecurity firm have discovered a highly sophisticated computer worm, which has many of the same characteristics of the Stuxnet virus, targeting companies in Europe.…

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