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World’s Longest Running Science Experiment Finally Provides Results

World’s Longest Running Science Experiment Finally Provides Results

The longest-running science lab experiment in the world has finally provided results; just about eight months after the scientist who patiently waited for it to perform went unrewarded for 50 long years passed away. The test was set up back in the 1920’s to show college students how objects which appear solid can pour like […]

NASA Able to Send Robots to Mars More Easily than Humans

NASA Able to Send Robots to Mars More Easily than Humans

There has been a lot of talk and devising lately regarding how NASA could enable humans to journey out to Mars. All is not as simple as the leading staff within the organization would like to keep it, however. NASA has ambitious goals to send humans to Mars, but with budget restraints making them able […]

Meteor Sneak Attack From Space Imminent

Meteor Sneak Attack From Space Imminent

There is a meteor sneak attack going on right now from outer space and almost no one knows anything about it, according to a study published by the B612 Foundation. Since 2000, more than 26 preliminary bombing attacks having already been carried out with weapons ranging from one to 600 kilotons. For comparison, “Little Boy,” […]

Worst El Nino Yet

Worst El Nino Yet

After a harsh polar vortex winter on the East Coast, the world is in for more record-breaking temperatures. The worst El Nino yet is predicted to hit this year and it threatens to bring drastic climate change and record-breaking temperatures that will affect billions of people. El Nino is created when the waters of the […]

Graphene Is the Savior of Clumsy Phone Users

Graphene Is the Savior of Clumsy Phone Users

Graphene has not been in the vocabulary of phone users for very long. First discovered ten years ago, graphene is now deemed the strongest material in the world and is completely flexible. By this definition alone graphene would be an excellent material for building a phone capable of withstanding clumsy phone use; in fact, graphene […]

Mysterious Ocean Quack Revealed to Be From Whales in Antarctica

Mysterious Ocean Quack Revealed to Be From Whales in Antarctica

For decades, scientists have been baffled by a mysterious sound resonating through the ocean. The sound is said to resemble a quack, thus earning it the nickname “bio-duck.” However, researchers have finally revealed its source as coming from whales that spend a lot of time in the region of Antarctica. Acoustic recorders have found that […]

Mars Light Has NASA Asking Is Anybody Home?

Mars Light Has NASA Asking Is Anybody Home?

Mars, not only named after the Roman God of War, but also the red planet for its bloody red color due to its iron-rich minerals. Now has astronomers scratching their heads wondering what in the milky way is going on as a strange light has been seen by NASA’s Curiosity rover and begging the world […]

Mental Illness Not Strongly Associated With Criminal Behavior

Mental Illness Not Strongly Associated With Criminal Behavior

Research conducted on 143 people with severe mental illness taken from a mental health court in Minneapolis has found that a relatively small number of the crimes they commit are directly related to the symptoms of their illness. The study, conducted by researchers at Normandale Community College in Bloomington, Minnesota, is the first to take […]

Big Bang Widely Doubted in the United States

Big Bang Widely Doubted in the United States

A recent survey found that the Big Bang theory, among other established scientific facts, is widely doubted in the United States. Acceptance of things like a link between smoking and cancer is much more widespread. The concepts with low levels of acceptance all relate to events far outside everyday experience. The big bang, the idea […]

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  • Chris Brown Trial Delayed for Months April 24, 2014
    The assault charge trial for Chris Brown has been delayed for months because his bodyguard, who is a key witness in the singer’s case, was denied immunity. Bodyguard Christopher Hollosy said that he would not testify without immunity until he has finished appealing his own case. Immunity would allow Hollosy to testify without putting his […]
    Twanna Harps
  • Hawaii Announces Bruno Mars Day Again April 24, 2014
    Hawaii announced December 19 as Bruno Mars day, and then once again, Hawaii governor Neil Abercrombie declared Monday, April 21, 2014, as Bruno Mars Day. Usually when a state announces a holiday, it is a one-time event. The new day coincides with his three-day concert that was sold out in Honolulu. He is not the […]
    Heather Tillman
  • American Idol The Super Six Perform (Review & Videos) April 24, 2014
    American Idol tonight is down to the final six competitors of the season. The Super Six will perform twice, each one singing a country and a rock song, and then their fates will be in your hands, America! Vote on the one or ones you think did the best, or who you simply like the […]
    Douglas Cobb
  • Daniel Franzese of ‘Mean Girls’ Comes Out April 24, 2014
    In a heartwarming letter to his character, “Damien,” from the movie Mean Girls, Daniel Franzese is ready to come out of the closet. It has been close to 10 years since the release of the hit movie, and his letter is not only inspirational, but also sad in places. He tells “Damien” that he wished he had […]
    Kristi Cereska
  • Johnny Cueto Dominates for Cincinnati: Reds Report April 24, 2014
    For a team still trying to find their way Johnny Cueto is doing his part; dominating opposing hitters, making his case for the pitcher of the month in the National League in April and keeping the Cincinnati Reds afloat. Cueto is now 2-2 on the season with a 1.38 ERA and a WHIP of just 0.77. […]
    Mick Varner

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