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March 3rd, 2015 | by Michael Fox
The Nature journal has reported that a giant black hole that is about 12 billion times larger than the sun has been discovered. This black hole, which appears to have been formed about 900 million years following the Big Bang, was found by researchers at…
February 28th, 2015 | by Kevin James Krotz
For the most part, dumping anything the ocean isn’t good. For once though, it may just be a good thing. Over 2,500 New York City subway cars are being dumped into the Atlantic Ocean to create an underwater home for sea-living creatures. Over the past…
February 28th, 2015 | by Wayne M
Trip to Mars Mars One plans to send people to Mars by the year 2024. 200,000 people applied to be a passenger, but only 100 will be chosen. Pablo Martinez is a potential candidate, and his mother does not like the thought of him going….
February 21st, 2015 | by Kevin James Krotz
Mars One, the group that plans to send humans on a one-way trip to Mars, has narrowed down candidates for its historic mission. From a reported 200,000 applicants, the group has announced its final 100 candidates. These candidates will go on to further testing later this…
February 16th, 2015 | by Kevin James Krotz
Scientists have shown that by using gold nanotubes, they can fight cancer cells. A recent study, published in the journal Advanced Functional Materials, details the first successful biomedical use of gold nanotubes in a mouse model of human cancer. The study was lead by Dr….
February 15th, 2015 | by Michael Fox
Studies from Columbia University, Cornell University and NASA have suggested that an extended drought, or a mega-drought, could take place in the United States at some point in this century. The potential for a drought that could last 35 years or more in the Great…