8 Million: Number Of Mummified Dogs Found In Ancient Egyptian Catacomb
Humans were often buried along with the preserved remains of animals and worldly goods.
by James Maynard
Samsung makes big trucks transparent in the name of road safety
Korean company has stitched together a video wall of four displays at the rear of the truck.
by Vlad Savov

Robot Grocery Store Gives High-tech Upgrade to Food Shopping
The future of food shopping?
by Christopher Snyder
German 'Death Star' Deploys Lasers To Shoot Drones Down From Miles Away
Laser technology first employed by the “Star Wars” Death Star could soon be used by the German military to shoot down drones.
by Jeff Stone

FCC to Fine AT&T $100M for Slowing Speeds
Failed to notify customers they could receive speeds slower than normal network speed…
by Roger Yu

Asteroid Icarus to Skim Past Earth in Rare 'distant pass'
Icarus will not make a closer approach to the Earth until 2090.
by Loulla-Mae Eleftheriou-Smith
Lost Comet Lander Awakes, Sends 'hello' From Space
Re-establishing contact with Philae “allows us to do more science,” engineer says.
by Eliott C. McLaughlin, Dave Gilbert


Scientists Create First Lab-grown Limb
…with functioning vascular and muscular tissue…
by Fox News
Texas Doctors Do First Skull and Scalp Transplant
“It’s kind of shocking, really, how good they got it. I will have way more hair than when I was 21.”
by Associated Press

NASA Postpones June 3 LDSD Launch
Ocean wave height continues to be an issue for the crew that would recover the vehicle after splashdown…
by NASA.gov
“Iron Man” Suit Lives on in Dreams of Special Operations Commanders
SOCOM commander says Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit, otherwise known as TALOS, is “on track.”
by Ryan Devereaux

TPP death pool: more pharmaceutical destruction is coming
US, Australia, New Zealand, Canada. More pharmaceutical destruction is coming to your door.
by Jon Rappoport
6.8 earthquake strikes off Alaska’s southwest coast – USGS
No immediate reports of casualties or damage…
by RT.com

NASA releases mesmerizing VIDEO of Soyuz docking ISS
Researchers hope to better understand how the human body reacts and adapts to long-duration spaceflight.
by NASA.gov
Busting the Cancer Myth: It Isn’t Just a Disease of Old Age
The medical establishment will tell you that the rise in cancer rates is simply because we are living longer, and that the disease is related to old age. Funny how they will make up lies when they can’t readily explain why there has been a 3000% increase in cancers (as estimated by some) for all […]
by Christina Sarich