As warming for the rest of Earth slows, heat somehow doubles in the arctic As warming for the rest of Earth slows, heat somehow doubles in the arctic
John Tyburski - Dec 18, 2014
Findings presented in a new federal report indicate that the Arctic region is heating up twice as quickly as the rest of the world.
Voyager hitches a ride through interstellar space on 'cosmic tsunami' Voyager hitches a ride through interstellar space on 'cosmic tsunami'
John Tyburski - Dec 17, 2014
Voyager 1, the world’s first and only spacecraft to ever enter interstellar space, is currently surfing a big wave caused by the sun.
It's a shark! It's a tuna! No, it's a strange robot built by the Navy It's a shark! It's a tuna! No, it's a strange robot built by the Navy
John Tyburski - Dec 17, 2014
The U.S. Navy’s “GhostSwimmer” drone made its testing debut last week at Fort Story, Virginia.
New discovery in Israel sheds light on man's relationship with fire New discovery in Israel sheds light on man's relationship with fire
John Tyburski - Dec 15, 2014
A new study of artifacts found in a cave in Israel suggests that human beings began using fire at will around 350,000 years ago, with earlier uses likely more opportunistic than controlled.
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Study suggests that memories are never truly lost, and can be resurrected
John Tyburski - Dec 31, 2014
The findings of a new study by UCLA scientists challenges the current paradigm of how memories are maintained.
 
Oceanic explorers may have just discovered what wiped out the Mayans
John Tyburski - Dec 31, 2014
Rock samples taken from inside an underwater cave in Belize suggest one particular natural phenomenon may have brought down the Mayan society.
 
Researchers purposely get birds drunk for science, find surprising effects
John Tyburski - Dec 31, 2014
A recent report shows that birds share a common trait with humans while under the influence of alcohol.
 
Carnivores make comeback in Europe; coexist with humans
Ian Lang - Dec 31, 2014
Despite cramped quarters, carnivorous populations thrive in Europe
 
Archaeologists overwhelmed at discovery of a million 'accidental' mummies
John Tyburski - Dec 31, 2014
Archaeologists say Fag el-Gamous in Egypt is the ancient burial site of at least a million people of all ages; where they came from remains a mystery.
 
Carnivorous predator populations are expanding at unprecedented rate
John Tyburski - Dec 31, 2014
Europe is about twice as densely populated and half the size of the United States, yet its wolves and other carnivores are thriving, even in non-protected areas where humans dwell.
 
Blinged-out, diamond-riddled Russian rock stumps scientists
Ian Lang - Dec 31, 2014
Analysis reveals strange chemical composition
 
As warming for the rest of Earth slows, heat somehow doubles in the arctic
John Tyburski - Dec 31, 2014
Findings presented in a new federal report indicate that the Arctic region is heating up twice as quickly as the rest of the world.
 
Voyager hitches a ride through interstellar space on 'cosmic tsunami'
John Tyburski - Dec 31, 2014
Voyager 1, the world's first and only spacecraft to ever enter interstellar space, is currently surfing a big wave caused by the sun.
 
Dutch scientists use quantum physics to design 'unhackable' credit cards
John Tyburski - Dec 31, 2014
New research promises to make quantum encryption of credit cards a bomb-proof hacking safeguard.
 
It's a shark! It's a tuna! No, it's a strange robot built by the Navy
John Tyburski - Dec 31, 2014
The U.S. Navy's "GhostSwimmer" drone made its testing debut last week at Fort Story, Virginia.
 
New discovery in Israel sheds light on man's relationship with fire
John Tyburski - Dec 31, 2014
A new study of artifacts found in a cave in Israel suggests that human beings began using fire at will around 350,000 years ago, with earlier uses likely more opportunistic than controlled.
 
Why did evolution allow turtles and birds to lose all their teeth?
John Tyburski - Dec 31, 2014
A recent report suggests that modern day birds owe their lack of teeth to changes in an ancestor that lived some 116 million years ago.
 
Samuel L. Jackson puts forth new challenge to celebrities
Victoria Walker - Dec 31, 2014
Samuel L. Jackson challenges celebrities to sing "We Ain't Gonna Stop Till People Are Free."
 
Nanotechnology may be used to streamline cancer treatment
Agustin Guerrero - Dec 31, 2014
An Israeli engineer believes he's found a method of accelerating cancer treatment through nanoparticles.
 
Kobe Bryant passes Michael Jordan on all-time scoring list
Brian Sprowl - Dec 31, 2014
Kobe Bryant is now the third leading scorer in NBA history.
 
Oregon QB Marcus Mariota wins Heisman
Brian Sprowl - Dec 31, 2014
Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota became the first player in school history to win the Heisman Trophy on Saturday evening.
 
Kevin Hart responds to Sony
Victoria Walker - Dec 31, 2014
Kevin Hart responds to insult from Sony exec.
 
SpaceX will attempt to land rocket on floating ocean platform
John Camdir - Dec 31, 2014
Space X will attempt to land the first stage of its Falcon 9 rocket on a floating platform.
 
Pregnant Kourtney Kardashian poses nude
Kate Ferguson - Dec 31, 2014
Pregnant Kourtney Kardashian poses nude for the cover of DuJour magazine.
 
Christian Bale in 'Exodus' projected to earn $32 million during opening weekend
Steven DiCarlo - Dec 31, 2014
Ridley Scott's 'Exodus' will continue the "Year of the Bible."
 
Stephen Colbert conducts fiery interview with Smaug the Dragon
Steven DiCarlo - Dec 31, 2014
Colbert, a lifelong Tolkien enthusiast, interviews 'The Hobbit' villain during final week of 'The Colbert Report.'
 
Rosetta mission suggests Earth's water didn't come from comets
John Camdir - Dec 31, 2014
European Space Agency Rosetta mission find that the water on the the comet 67P is not similar with that of earth's.
 
Superbugs may claim 10 million lives per year by 2050
Rina Shah - Dec 31, 2014
Antimicrobial resistance will account for an additional 10 million deaths per year by 2050...at a global cost of $100 trillion.
 
Adrian Peterson appeal denied
Victoria Walker - Dec 31, 2014
Adrian Peterson appeal of indefinite suspension is denied.
 
Nintendo's Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire sell 1.5 million copies in 10 days
Agustin Guerrero - Dec 31, 2014
The two titles together have already sold nearly 1.5 million combined physical and digital copies in the U.S. alone.
 
Swarming Pluto-sized objects create a bunch of dust around teenage star
Ian Lang - Dec 31, 2014
Young star reveals several mysterious trends in planetary formation
 
Beverly Johnson speaks out about Cosby drugging
Victoria Walker - Dec 31, 2014
Supermodel Beverly Johnson joins the growing list of women accusing Cosby of drugging or sexual assault.
 
2015 Golden Globe nominations and surprises
Victoria Walker - Dec 31, 2014
2015 Golden Globe nominations leaders, surprises and snubs.