Gov’t Experts: “Astounding” levels of radiation measured in U.S. from Fukushima
Amount of xenon observed was consistent with one megaton atmospheric detonation.
by ENENews
NASA: We'll find alien life in 10 to 20 years
“We now recognize that habitable zones are not just around stars, they can be around giant planets too…”
by Deborah Netburn

The EMP Threat: All It Would Take Is A Couple Of Explosions To Send America Back To The 1800s
Our entire way of life can be ended in a single day.
by Michael Snyder
Turkish Censorship Order Targets Single Blog Post, Ends Up Blocking Access To 60 Million Wordpress Sites
This is Turkey’s inelegant “solution” to a problem it shouldn’t be trying to solve.
by Tim Cushing

Google Pays $8.5 Million in Illegal Data Sharing Suit
“Illegally divulged users’ search information to third parties.”
by Elizabeth Warmerdam
Earthlike 'Star Wars' Tatooines may be common
Fans of the epic series may be cheered at the possible reality of planets like Tatooine.
by Science Daily

NASA tests Mars ‘flying saucer’
Will be dropped over Pacific and booster rocket will carry it to 180,000 feet (55 kilometers), accelerating to Mach 4…
by NASA
A planet like Star Wars' Tatooine just became more science than fiction
Astronomers suggest rocky planets can orbit twin suns.
by Eric Mack


'Billions' of stars in Milky Way have planets that could contain liquid water and life
Using data on “exoplanets” from Nasa’s Kepler telescope, scientists calculate how many stars in Milky Way could have planets in zones where liquid water could exist.
by AFP
Solar eclipse, Supermoon, Spring equinox: Friday will see three rare celestial events
Eclipses have long been feared as bad omens, but the equinox is celebrated as a time of renewal.
by Andrew Griffin

Age of the AI Gods Is Coming
Techies promote “mind clones.”
by Infowars.com
23 Places We've Found Water in Our Solar System
There’s even a small amount of water vapor on Venus.
by John Wenz

OSU researchers create fast robot modeled after birds
“When this robot gets up to speed for walking… it will be the fastest bipedal robot in the world.”
by KGW News
Personal info of Users leaked due to Google error
Hidden data of nearly 280,000 users leaked.
by Top News

Colonizing Mars Won't Be As Easy
Mars can’t serve as a “backup planet.”
by Charlie Jane Anders
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