Attention average Americans relegated to doppler radar on your local weather forecast: U.S. Army Colonel Douglas H. Wheelock provides a new lens to the storm.
It’s been said before: just because you fall 39 stories from a tall building doesn’t necessarily means it’s the end, or something like that.
It’s being compared to the Crown Jewels of Russia, and it was produced right here in the United States.
Last month’s passage of the financial reform bill paved the way for 2,300 pages worth of regulations that will improve how Wall Street is governed. But how could something as scientific as cloning burst the organized bubble?
Now with two scary claws!
New York City is known for having excellent tap water, but why does it taste so good? It might be the microscopic shrimp.
It’s been awhile since the entire seaboard has been preoccupied with preparing for one weather system to make landfall.
Bacteria growth amid the extreme conditions in northern Argentina’s Lake Diamante bodes well for the possibility of life on Mars, according to a new report.
The agency’s Kepler spacecraft has spent the past few months searching for Earth-sized planets outside the current solar system. Mission accomplished.
They’re stuck alone, in the dark, in a tight, cramped space for perhaps as long another four months. The 33 trapped Chilean miners might have become unwitting terranauts, but now they’re going to get a hand from the U.S. space program.
Forget the ‘static kill.’ A new study shows that bacteria, not brains, are helping accelerate the oil spill recovery.