• 'Impossible' Space Engine May Actually Work, NASA Test Suggests

    It's really starting to look as if an "impossible" space propulsion technology actually works. Researchers at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston have found that a microwave thruster system that requires no propellant does indeed generate a small amount of thrust, Wired UK reported Thursday…
  • Ebola patient coming to U.S. as aid workers' health worsens

    By Julie Steenhuysen and Colleen Jenkins CHICAGO/WINSTON-SALEM N.C. (Reuters) - A U.S. aid worker who was infected with the deadly Ebola virus while working in West Africa will be flown to the United States to be treated in a high-security ward at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, hospital…

  • The New Sedan that Stands out from the Crowd

    Incredible driving with incredible fuel efficiency is now a reality. New 2015 Models have just arrived! Search online for dealer inventory.

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  • 'Massacre' of Uncontacted Tribe in Peru Revealed in New Reports

    An indigenous tribe living near the Brazil-Peru border may be facing violent attacks from illegal loggers and drug traffickers who are exploiting the densely forested region, according to an advocacy group.  After years of living in isolation from the outside world, several young members of this…
  • NASA tested an impossible space engine and it somehow worked

    NASA has been testing new space travel technologies throughout its entire history, but the results of its latest experiment may be the most exciting yet — if they hold up. Earlier this week at a conference in Cleveland, Ohio, scientists with NASA's Eagleworks Laboratories in Houston,…

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  • U.S. FDA says 'stands ready' to work with companies developing Ebola drugs

    By Julie Steenhuysen CHICAGO (Reuters) - The worst Ebola outbreak in history is heaping new pressure on U.S. regulators to speed the development of treatments for the deadly virus, which has killed more than 700 people since February. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Friday said in an…

  • Under the Lily Pads

    While it is risky to call any office building a masterpiece, no other is worth the title more so than this Frank Lloyd Wright design.

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  • Scientists Unlock the Secret to Prairie Dogs’ Social Networks to Save Them

    Jennifer Verdolin, an animal behavior researcher at the federally funded National Evolutionary Synthesis Center, spent hundreds of hours watching prairie dogs interact in Arizona, studying their special “greet kisses.” Greet kisses are an important part of prairie dog life, and they happen when two…
  • Guinea expert: Liberia, Sierra Leone moves may worsen Ebola spread

    By Saliou Samb CONAKRY (Reuters) - The leader of Guinea's Ebola task force said on Friday that moves by neighboring Liberia and Sierra Leone to contain the disease that has killed 729 people this year - its deadliest outbreak - may have the opposite effect. Liberia has put in place measures…

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    Woman Found Dead in Hotel Room Shower

    Act 2: While police rule her death a suicide, Morris' friends and family argue it doesn't add up.

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  • HighTech Set To Disrupt the BioTech Industry

    WHITEFISH, MT / August 01, 2014 / In a new world of high tech discoveries, Silicon Valley is creating advances that are now being used to revolutionize the biotech industry. These innovations are set to ...

  • Marketing the Moon: How Space Collectors Retold the Story of Apollo's Success

    At an upcoming space artifact auction, among the selection of astronauts' autographs, spacecraft parts and mission patches, is a 45-year-old press kit from the 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing. That's the case laid out — both figuratively and literally — by David Meerman Scott and Richard Jurek in…
  • Indian Woman Beaten to Death for 'Witchcraft'

    While witch hunts may seem to be dusty relics of a bygone age, the persecution, torture and execution of suspected witches continue in many places to the present day. The problem is especially palpable in India. Two weeks ago in a small Indian village not far from Nepal, Saraswati Devi, 45, was…
  • Transparent Bodies: Mice Go See-Through For Science

    "Although the idea of tissue clearing has been around for a century, to our knowledge, this is the first study to perform whole-body clearing, as opposed to first extracting and then clearing organs outside the adult body," study researcher Viviana Gradinaru, a neuroscientist at the California…
  • Now you can send your pet's remains on a journey literally out of this world

    If your dog loved to sniff around outdoors and go on grand adventures, it might be a fitting send-off to blast his remains into space.

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  • 30 Best 40 MPG Cars of 2014

    Who knew there were so many cars getting at least 40 MPG? Impress your friends with knowledge of fuel efficiency and their wallets might thank you!

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  • Like Facebook, OKCupid Experimented with Users

    Facebook is still doing damage control in the wake of public outrage after the social media website admitted to toying with some of its users' emotions as part of a science experiment. On Monday (July 28), in an unapologetic blog post titled "We Experiment On Human Beings!" co-founder and president…
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    Investigation into Woman's Death Reexamined

    Act 4: After reviewing evidence again, a panel decides to reopen the case on Morris' death.

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  • Britain to map 100,000 DNA code sequences

    British scientists are to map 100,000 complete DNA code sequences in a project that will make the country a world leader in genetic research on cancer and rare diseases, the prime minister said on Friday. David Cameron announced £300 million ($507 million, 378 million euros) in deals to fund the…

  • See-through mice created by scientists look creepy, but could lead to medical breakthroughs

    Researchers in California have created transparent mice, which enable scientists to get an extraordinary view of the body and brain in great detail.

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  • Weird Delay in Pain from Brown Recluse Spider Bite Explained

    Victims of a brown recluse spider bite might feel perfectly fine — until a burning pain described by most patients as a throbbing "fire" strikes 24 hours later, according to a new study. After analyzing 23 cases of brown recluse spider bites, the researchers concluded that the mechanisms behind…

    HERE WE GO AGAIN: More mystery holes have been discovered in Siberia and scientists still don't know what caused them.

  • Dental Implants: What You Should Know

    Thinking of getting dental implants? There are critical things you should know before going under the knife for the perfect smile.