A planet like Star Wars' Tatooine just became more science than fiction
Astronomers suggest rocky planets can orbit twin suns.
by Eric Mack
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

Why I Don't Want an Apple Watch (and it's not the battery life)
Collapse of productivity is the inevitable consequence of being constantly distracted and interrupted.
by Charles Hugh Smith
Will We Find Alien Lifeforms on Earth-Like Exoplanet GJ581d?
Researchers previously dismissed existence of the planet as a “stellar activity.”
by Rhodi Lee

New Snowden Documents: CIA Has Spent 10 Years Hacking iPhones, iPads
Spooks bragged at secret meeting about planting backdoors and key stroke loggers.
by Steve Watson
Solar plane takes off on 1st ever round-the-world trip without fuel (VIDEO)
Pilots plan to make a total of 15 landings for every five days of continuous flight.
by RT.com

Soon You’ll Be Able to Turn Your Brown Eyes Blue for $5,000
Procedure not approved in U.S… yet.
by Susie Poppick
NASA Research Suggests Mars Once Had More Water than Earth’s Arctic Ocean
Water would have formed an ocean occupying almost half of Mars’ northern hemisphere…

Mars had a huge ocean billions of years ago
Most experts agree that the planet had some liquid water at some point.
by Joseph Stromberg
'Pee power’: UK university trials electricity generating toilet
“…in effect, a system which taps a portion of that biochemical energy used for microbial growth, and converts that directly into ‘urine-tricity.'”
by RT.com