Volume 1 - Issue 06 - July 29, 2013
A physics professor from the University of Washington has created an auditory representation of the Big Bang.
Blown away by Hurricane Sandy: News of the Sept. 11 attacks in Benghazi, Libya.
Scientists using the Herschel space observatory have made the first definitive detection of water vapor on the largest and roundest object in the asteroid belt, Ceres.
Researchers have confirmed the existence of exotic hadrons, which are a type of matter that could not be confirmed through the common quark model.
Researchers have found signs of life in mud pulled from the bottom of an ice-covered lake in Antarctica.
The list of suspects in the Libya terror attack now extends to a handful of suspected militants aligned with an Egyptian group known as the Jamal Network
New questions about government's official story on Kennedy assassination...
DHS processed a total of 205,895 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests during the year.
Newly discovered asteroid 2013 TV135 made a close approach to Earth on Sept. 16, when it came within about 4.2 million miles (6.7 million kilometers).
As anyone who has ever pulled a white rabbit out of a black hat will tell you, the art of fooling people depends on doing things right in front of their eyes.
“My administration,” President Obama wrote on his first day in office, “is committed to creating an unprecedented level of openness in government.”
More than 35 years after it launched on a mission to explore the cosmos, NASA's unmanned Voyager spacecraft appears to have left the solar system.
Always Telling the Truth Means Never Having to Remember Anything
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