Google is Testing Drones in US Airspace by Piggybacking on Nasa Exemption
Documents show the tech company has skirted regulations for private firms for a year by flying its Project Wing aircraft over private land as part of a deal with Nasa.
by Mark Harris
Gas Stations Are Hackable Too, It Turns Out
Is there a back door in the snake charger too?
by Richard Read

Falling Energy Levels In Galaxies Mean Universe Slowly Dying, Say Astronomers
‘The universe has basically sat down on the sofa, pulled up a blanket and is about to nod off for an eternal doze’
by Steve Connor
Self-sustaining: Astronauts Ate Space Salad Grown on International Space Station
First people to eat food grown in space…

Cannabis discovered in tobacco pipes found in William Shakespeare's garden
Forensic testing of 400-year-old pipes suggest playwright might have smoked more than just tobacco.
by Bonnie Malkin
Facebook Monitors Your Private Messages and Photos For Criminal Activity, Reports them to Police
The scanning program looks for certain phrases.
by Kristan T. Harris

Pocket-sized Personal Transporters Could Soon be Seen on the Streets of Tokyo
Size of a laptop and resembles a skateboard more than a car.
by Reuters
China to plant Internet police in top online firms
Human Rights Watch is concerned that the security legislation will stifle free speech.
by Michael Kan

NASA tells lawmakers to brace for more Pluto secrets revealed by mission
New measurements also reveal that Pluto is slightly larger than expected.
by Mary Ann Toman-Miller
Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking, Steve Wozniak Say No To Skynet, Call For AI Weapons Ban
“We need to be super careful with AI. Potentially more dangerous than nukes.”
by Luke Villapaz

Sowerby's beaked whale: Reclusive deep-water whale washes up on US beach
Biologists are investigating how rarely-seen whale washed up on Massachusetts beach.
by David Trayner
Human Skull Discovered In Kentucky Is Up To 3,000 Years Old, Coroner Finds
Thought to belong to a person indigenous to the eastern United States.
by Maria Gallucci

Pluto’s Breathtaking Farewell to New Horizons
“We’ve only seen surfaces like this on active worlds like Earth and Mars,” scientist says.
NASA Discovers Earth's 'Bigger, Older Cousin'
Since 2009, 12 planets less than twice the size of Earth have been discovered in the habitable zones of their stars.
by Angela Moscaritolo

Weaponized Wi-fi: Population Control
‘Brain stimulation’ now weaponized.
by Infowars Nightly News
Mutant daisies photographed near Fukushima site go viral
Daisies have been exposed to radiation from Fukushima since March 2011.
by Cheryl Santa Maria