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  • The Weather Channel
    Weather Channel distances itself from co-founder's remarks about climate change
    John Coleman, the co-founder of the Weather Channel, has been a television fixture for over sixty years. However, his latest comments on climate change and the melting polar ice caps have caused executives to put some distance between him and the...
  • Blue Whale Recovery
    Recent good news on the environmental front
    Within the last three decades, environmentalists have tirelessly campaigned to protect the world's natural environment and resources. Their public awareness campaigns have had a far reach, as more people around the world now appreciate how...
  • Scientists Transmit Thoughts
    Scientists transmit thoughts? Scientists send brain-to-brain thoughts 4K miles
    Scientists claim to have been able to transmit thoughts – brain to brain – over a 4,000-mile distance from India to France. The breakthrough, which sounds more like a b-list sci-fi film fixed in with a little Twilight Zone fantasy, is...
  • Alien catfish
    Scientists investigate mystery of ‘alien’ catfish
    Scientists are investigating an “alien” catfishthat is surrounded in mystery. The “alien” catfish got its name from researchers who said the small, toothy fish looked like the creature from the movie Alien.The mysterious...
  •  An ancient Egyptian pyramid
    Ancient mystery solved: Scientists used wet clay to move pyramids
    Scientists have come one step closer to solving a centuries old mystery as to how the pyramids really were built, according to The Christian Science Monitor on Friday. Traditionally it has been thought that the ancient Egyptians used leverage with...
  • African American readers theater
    Black scientists and inventors
    Suffolk, Virginia and peanuts have gone together since 1913 when Mr. Obici built the Planters Peanut processing plant. A student created a sketch that would become the Mr. Peanut icon. But without George Washington Carver, peanuts might not have...
  • Vaccine skeptics
    WSJ contributor: Vaccine-skeptical scientists deserve appreciation & fair press
    According to best-selling author Lawrence Solomon who is also a Wall Street Journal contributor, National Post columnist, and publisher of the award-winning The Next City magazine, the demeaning of vaccine skeptics in the media defies explanation....
  • Meteor strike over Russia
    Early warning system suggested for asteroid strike
    On Thursday, news sources reported that scientists are speaking out, warning of the possibility of more asteroids entering earth's atmosphere. ProfessorPeter Brown, from the University of Western Ontario, Canada, is one of those speaking out...
  • Time Loops & Space Twists
    Fred Alan Wolf on 'Time Loops and Space Twists'
    1. What was your prime motivation and inspiration for creating Time Loops and Space Twists?Fred Alan Wolf: I wished to go beyond metaphor in explaining some difficult but important concepts dealing with our understanding of the universe. What...
  • Abominable Snowman
    Mystery of Abominable Snowman Discovered
    Bryan Sykes, a genetics scientist at Oxford University has done a study on two hair samples allegedly coming from a Yeti, AKA, Abominable Snowman. He found that both samples match that of a polar bear, but not a modern one. The DNA matches the...
  • Sasquatch may be the real thing
    Bigfoot may be the real thing after all
    On Thursday, it was reported that a team of researchers led byDr. Melba Ketchum, from a group named the "Sasquatch Genome Project," had collected over 100 pieces of evidence, including video shots and, remarkably, even DNA sequencing,...
  • Scientists have created cloned glowing rabbits
    Scientists have created cloned glowing rabbits
    On August 13, 2013 ABC News announced that a team of scientists in Istanbul, Turkey created a litter of eight cloned glow in the dark rabbits. The green glowing bunnies were born a few weeks ago and biogenesis researcher, Dr. Stefan Moisyadi, said...
  • Scientists may have found a cure for cat allergies
    Scientists may have found a cure for cat allergies
    On July 25, 2013 scientists at Cambridge University announced that they may have found a cure for cat allergies. Cat allergies are the most common pet allergy, which effects roughly one in ten people. It seems that the team at Cambridge University...
  • Skeleton of Arabian horse
    Genetic mapping of 700,000-year-old horse
    As of this week, today's horses are a far more ancient species than anyone has ever before proven. A study published on June 26, 2013, in the journal Nature reported findings from scientists who mapped the genetic code of a horse about 700,000...
  • Scientists may have discovered long-lost continent off coast of Brazil
    Scientists may have discovered long-lost continent off coast of Brazil
    Scientists say they have found evidence of a Brazilian "Atlantis," a continent that disappeared after Africa and South America separated 100 million years ago.The Geological Survey of Brazil (CPRM) announced on Monday (May 6) that in a...