upi.com | Many favor Twitter to avoid parents and “oversharing” they see on Facebook.
Natural News | Almost all ‘heating’ radiation generated by sun is blocked from entering lower atmosphere by CO2.
reuters.com | Declined to hear Alaskan village’s claim it should be able to sue oil companies and utilities for damages attributed to climate change.
Steve Kovach | Google is rapidly becoming the backbone of your entire life.
Anthony Gucciardi | Now a United States Senator is expected to try and repeal the Monsanto Protection Act after mounting pressure.
NASA.gov | Scientist believes the lunar impact might have been part of a much larger event.
NASA.gov | Asteroid will sail past Earth no closer than about 3.6 million miles or about 15 times the distance between Earth and the moon.
Live Science | After all, robots that feel rewarded by making humans happy may eventually decide that if no humans exist, no human will ever be unhappy again.
dailymail.co.uk | Prospect of cloned babies has moved a step closer after scientists extracted stem cells from human embryos.
Wall Street Journal | Researchers were looking for a better way to make fresh human tissue for the treatment of severe injuries or disease.
Infowars.com | SkyderALERT is a global movement fighting to end the world’s most dangerous environmental program ever – GeoEngineering and SRM.
NASA.gov | Colossal flare sparked hour-long high-frequency radio blackout, according to the Space Weather Prediction Center.
Keith DeSantis | The Genie is out of the bottle and there’s no putting it back in.
Anthony Gucciardi | Corporate politics is business as usual inside the United States.
John Lott | It looks as if the Obama administration is using threats, without a legal basis, to stifle people obtaining these guns.
J. D. Heyes | The team says humankind’s demise is not far off; it could come as soon as the next century.
The Guardian | Dutch company plans to choose crew for private mission with reality TV show, in order to meet $6bn cost.
Live Science | Are you prepared to meet your robot overlords?
edition.cnn.com | Internet connections across Syria went down Tuesday night, according to several global monitoring sites.
rt.com | Half of the robberies reported in the last year involved the loss of a cell phone.
AFP | NASA chief said setting foot on Mars by the 2030s is human destiny and a US priority.
Financial Times | Move could be announced as early as this week.
BBC News | The world’s first gun made with 3D printer technology has been successfully fired in the US.
Mike Adams | Introducing the Ratburger! If you’ve never tried the Ratburger, you’re missing out on the latest in affordable cuisine from China, home of the most trusted food on the planet.
Daily Mail | Researchers at the University of Tel Aviv say social networking can have seriously deleterious effects on the psyche.
L.A. Times | Unmanned X-51A WaveRider sped westward over Pacific for 240 seconds, reaching Mach 5.1.
Adan Salazar | 3D printing innovator makes good on its promise.
ap.org | It’s a chemical that’s been in U.S. households for more than 40 years.
US News & World Report | Small detector could alert you when robot planes buzz past.
huffingtonpost.com | Opposition to police use of drones in Massachusetts is moving ahead.
NASA.gov | Image is among the first sunlit views of Saturn’s north pole captured by Cassini’s imaging cameras.
Washington Post | NASA: “A human mission to Mars is a priority, and our entire exploration program is aligned to support this goal.”
EFF.org | Survey of 9,693 adults in 8 Arab countries, finds 61% believe “people should be able to express their opinions online, no matter what those opinions might be.”
independent.co.uk | International nuclear fusion project designed to demonstrate a new kind of nuclear reactor.
Daily Caller | Climate scientists have begun to come to terms with the lack of evidence of catastrophic global warming over the last decade.
Infowars.com | In a free country, should we not have the choice to eat GMO-free foods if we want?
GizMag | No more waiting in traffic?
NASA.gov | Comet ISON’s path could either delight or dismay come November.
Live Science | The finding suggests that the origins of the Maya civilization are more complex than first believed.
NASA.gov | Astronomers have used NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope to photograph the iconic Horsehead Nebula in a new, infrared light.
Technology Review | EEG cap could expand the number of ways to interact with your mobile devices.
news.yahoo.com | Senators could vote as early as next week on legislation that would give states the authority to collect sales taxes from online purchases.
BBC | It would be a one-way trip, and the company hopes to build a community of settlers on the planet.
telegraph.co.uk | A recipe for how to make pressure cooker bombs, which investigators say were used in the Boston Marathon attack.
Slash Dot | FAA wants to learn about the effects of repeated exposure to cosmic radiation as companies prepare to send humans into space.
Red Orbit | Scientists have successfully bioengineered a kidney and implanted it into a living creature.
hstoday.us | Cyberweapons are now comparable to the ballistic nuclear missile arsenal of the US.
jpost.com | Fars News Agency reports successful testing of three new missiles.
Jon Rappoport | Why? It’s simple. The scientists don’t know what they’re doing.
MyHealthNewsDaily | Los Angeles fertility lawyer: “It is nothing short of the commodification of children.”