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Via NBC News: In some places, December is a time to let it snow, let it snow, let it snow — but not in the Middle East. A snowstorm paralyzed Jerusalem last week, and although Gaza didn’t get in on … Continue reading
Dec. 16 (Bloomberg) — Google has purchased animal-robot maker Boston Dynamics. From a robotic cheetah to a 330 pound robotic humanoid, Bloomberg takes a look at the five most terrifying creations designed by Boston Dynamics. (Source: Bloomberg)
(AP) — China on Saturday successfully carried out the world’s first soft landing of a space probe on the moon in nearly four decades, the next stage in an ambitious space program that aims to eventually have a Chinese astronaut … Continue reading
YouTube/Bill Still: We don’t need gas or diesel to power vehicles. The world could go to Thorium. It’s clean, cheap and safe.
YouTube/NASA Goddard: These images from NASA’s Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory and the ESA/NASA Solar and Heliospheric Observatory show Comet ISON growing dim as it made the journey around the sun. The comet was not visible at all in NASA’s Solar … Continue reading
(ITN)–Comet Ison is expected to pass just about 621,000 miles (1 million km) from the sun’s surface on November 28 and will be visible to the naked eye in December as it nears Earth. NASA scientists are not sure if … Continue reading
YouTube/NASA: Aboard the Earth-orbiting International Space Station, NASA astronauts Rick Mastracchio and Mike Hopkins, both Expedition 38 flight engineers, send down their best wishes for a happy Thanksgiving.
YouTube/GlobalLeaks: Europe’s most active volcano, mount Etna, erupted once again Sunday showering rocks and ash onto nearby towns. Fortunately the eruption was not significant enough to force evacuations. Etna’s last major eruption occurred in 1992. YouTube/Channel 4 News: The Indonesian … Continue reading