NASA probe nearing close encounter with unexplored Pluto
Three months away from a close encounter…
by Irene Klotz
Jurassic Park in real life: The race to modify the DNA of endangered animals and resurrect extinct ones
It is without irony that some scientists are seriously raising the possibility of bringing back the mammoth from extinction to help prevent our own demise.
by Steve Connor

Spidergoats Are Here: Get Used To It
The truth is always stranger than fiction.
by Infowars.com
UK opposes international ban on developing 'killer robots'
Activists urge bar on weapons that launch attacks without human intervention as UN discusses future of autonomous weapons.
by Owen Bowcott

In a cameras-everywhere culture, science fiction becomes reality
Cheap, mobile technology has turned everyone into a watcher.
by Tracey Lien and Paresh Dave
Breathtaking: NASA astronauts take you on a spacewalk with GoPro camera
Spacewalks part of NASA’s continuing work on the International Space Station.
by RT

Magnetosphere plays vital role in keeping earth safe from Sun's flares: Study
“Is a magnetosphere a pre-requisite for a planet to support life?”
by Safar Haddad
'Killer robots' pose risks and advantages for military use
Human rights groups to push for ban on lethal autonomous weapons at UN meeting next week.
by Kathleen Harris


MIT scientists just destroyed a quantum record
Scientists entangle over 3,000 atoms.
by Kelly Dickerson
Dark Matter is Weirder than Previously Thought
Dark matter does not glow in the electromagnetic spectrum.
by Floyd Wilson

Study shows humans are evolving faster than previously thought
Results of largest ever genetics study of a single population could also help refine dates for major events during human evolution.
by Hannah Devlin
PROF: Electric cars cause more pollution
In Canada, electric cars generate more carbon pollution over their lifetimes than gas-powered cars.
by Olaf Ekberg

FEMA To Withhold Disaster Aid To "Climate Denying" States
Easier to fool people with a big lie than a small one.
by Infowars.com
Boeing patents 'Star Wars'-style force fields
Aircraft and military manufacturer Boeing has been granted a patent on a system that is designed to prevent explosion shockwaves from harming a target.
by Michelle Starr

Scientists at Large Hadron Collider hope to make contact with Parallel Universe in Days
Scientists conducting mindbending experiment.
by Paul Baldwin