- Journalist Hunts For Acid-Spitting Mongolian Death Worm
- From the NASA Archive: Astronaut-Butt Molds (PIC)
- Ancient Cities Buried Under the Seas Now Being Re-Discovered
- Computers unlock 4000 year old secret Indus Valley Script
- Surveillance sandpit tests future Mars rover
- Japanese 'Robot Suit' To Help Disabled
- Scientists Unlock the Key to Human Fertility
- Colliding smoke rings produce multiple mini-vortices (11sec)
- Artificial Sperm Not So Hot
- The safety inadequacies of India's fast breeder reactor
Posted: 03 Aug 2009 11:50 PM PDT
Armed with explosives, two men are heading to Mongolia's Gobi Desert to find the fabled acid-spitting and lightning-throwing Mongolian Death Worm. The worm apparently jumps out of the sand and kills people by spitting concentrated acid or shooting lightning from its rectum over long distances.
Posted: 03 Aug 2009 11:00 PM PDT
In addition to the many obvious perks of being an astronaut in the early days of NASA — fame, glory, hero status and, of course, going to space — there was the lesser known benefit of having your butt immortalized.
Posted: 03 Aug 2009 10:40 PM PDT
Dunwich, England, is one of a number of underwater sites where divers, using new sonar technologies -- a game-changer for underwater archeology -- are uncovering new info about "long dead" historic cultures.
Posted: 03 Aug 2009 10:20 PM PDT
A statistical analysis reveals distinct patterns in ancient Indus symbols, and creates a hypothetical model for the unknown language.
Posted: 03 Aug 2009 08:50 PM PDT
In preparation for the European Space Agency's ExoMars mission to the Red Planet in 2018, the agency's engineers are playing in a large sandpit in Noordwijk in the Netherlands.
Posted: 03 Aug 2009 08:20 PM PDT
A Japanese company has unveiled a robotic suit that is designed to help people with weak limbs or limited physical range to walk and move like an able-bodied person.
Posted: 03 Aug 2009 08:00 PM PDT
Scientists at Leeds and Bradford have discovered a unique 'DNA signature' in human sperm, which may act as a key that unlocks an egg's fertility and triggers new life.
Posted: 03 Aug 2009 06:13 PM PDT
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This is how I always imagine sub-atomic particle collisions.
Posted: 03 Aug 2009 04:50 PM PDT
Three weeks ago we told you of the brouhaha surrounding researchers in England who announced they'd created sperm from human stem cells. Critics at the time sniffed to reporters that the would-be sperm-makers were over-claiming. That the wiggling cells in a dish indeed had tails, but there was no proof ...
Posted: 03 Aug 2009 03:10 PM PDT
India's Department of Atomic Energy plans to build a large fleet of fast breeder nuclear reactors in the coming years. However, many other countries that have experimented with fast reactors have shut down their programs due to technical and safety difficulties. The Indian prototype is similarly flawed, inadequately protected against...
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