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  • October 2014 global temperatures break monthly record
    NOAA reports global temperatures for October highest on record
    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) on Thursday released its latest monthly global temperature analysis, reporting that at 1.33 degrees Fahrenheit above the 20th century average (57.1 degrees Fahrenheit) the October 2014...
  • Black Friday BOGO at Miami's Frost Museum of Science
    Black Friday BOGO at Miami's Frost Museum of Science
    Avoid the retail rush this Black Friday and spend some time with the family at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science. To celebrate Black Friday, the museum will be offering a one-day "Buy One, Get One Free" special on...
  • Scientists Continue to Unlock the Mysteries of Memory
    Scientists continue to unlock the mysteries of memory
    Human memory is a truly amazing thing. It allows us to remember the changes that have happened in our lives, including things like the fact that we got married, had children, moved to Poughkeepsie and other vitally important facts.Memory allows us...
  • Running
    New research confirms running will not ruin your knees
    Regular running at any age does not ruin your knees and may prevent the development of osteoarthritis in the knees, according to new research presented at the American College of Rheumatology's annual meeting.Through collection of the...
  • Kraken Mare sea on Titan
    Cassini plumbs the depths and new mysteries of Titan’s seas
    The Cassini spacecraft continues to make new discoveries about Titan’s methane seas and lakes, answering some questions but raising additional ones as well. As announced this week, Cassini has discovered two more of the unusual “magic...
  • Big Hero 6
    Review: 'Big Hero 6' is another Disney hero
    “Big Hero 6” is Disney’s most recent animated feature focusing on 14 year-old Hiro Hamada (voiced by Ryan Potter) and a healthcare robot named Baymax (voiced by Scott Adsit). Baymax was created by Hiro’s older brother...
  • Denver Museum of Nature and Science
    Upcoming events at Denver Museum of Nature and Science
    The Denver Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS) continuously hosts educational and intriguing exhibits, programs and events suited for all ages.The months of November through January are no exception.Stories In Stone: An Evening with Anna...
  • Christian/atheist debates in the Portland area
    Christian/atheist debate: Is faith in God reasonable?
    On Tue. 11-18-14, you are invited to a free atheist/Christian debate in Beaverton. The topic is "Is faith in God warranted?" All details for the event can be found here:http://tinyurl.com/kd9dkmp . Representing a Christian viewpoint is...
  • Italy, circa 2014. Probably
    Italian court overturns convictions of scientists scapegoated for earthquake
    A group of six scientists previously convicted of manslaughter saw their six-year convictions overturned on Monday. The scientists were convicted of manslaughter after they failed to predict a 6.3 magnitude earthquake in 2009 that killed over 300...
  • Amazon Voyage mural at Miami's Museum of Science
    Voyage through the Amazon at Miami Museum of Science
    Amazon Voyage: Vicious Fishes and Other Riches Exhibit returned to Miami this fall. The bilingual, interactive and family friendly exhibit will be the final one at the current location of the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science. The...
  • AT&T Releases DriveMode App for iPhone to Curb Distracted Driving
    People know Distracted Driving is dangerous, but they do it anyway...
    A study commissioned by Dr. David Greenfield of The Center for Internet and Technology Addiction and AT&T found that 98% of drivers who own a cellphone said they were aware of the dangers of technology distracting while operating a motor...
  • TESS
    TESS exoplanet-hunting space telescope ready for development
    The search for exoplanets is about to enter an exciting new phase, as the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) mission has now been cleared for development by NASA. TESS will greatly expand the number of stars being observed for evidence...
  • Comet Siding Spring
    Three Mars orbiters observe comet Siding Spring's effects on Martian atmosphere
    For the first time ever, the effects of a comet making a close flyby of Mars have been observed by spacecraft orbiting the Red Planet. The results of this event was announced at a media teleconference held on Friday, Nov. 7. As comet Siding Spring...
  • One of the telescopes at CU-Boulder that students will be able to utilize.
    Teen Summer Science Program, est. in 1959, designed to track 'killer' asteroids
    A memorandum of agreement has been signed by University of Colorado Boulder administrators to host 36 of our nation's top high school students in a project to image, measure and track near-Earth asteroids. The project will begin next summer...
  • Do Species Really Evolve From Other Species?
    Op-Ed: Do species really evolve from other species?
    One of the most blindly accepted and rarely thought through very carefully claims of modern science is, that species “evolve” from other species. This concept is indoctrinated into the impressionable minds of modern students from...