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  • GPS Satellites Could Detect the Elusive Dark Matter

    The GPS or the Global Positioning System is the American gift to the world. It helps spot your car as you maneuver from your home to the restaurant. It helps Airplanes to fly in the correct path, guides missiles and … Continue reading

  • Creationism Conference Planned At MSU Raises Concerns

    A planned event on creationism at Michigan State University is raising concerns among faculty and graduate students. The Saturday conference includes workshops such as “The Big Bang is Fake” and “Hitler’s Worldview,” on how evolution influenced the views of Nazi … Continue reading

  • Study: Population Reduction Won’t Save The Planet

    Global population levels have reached the point where not even strict fertility restriction or a catastrophic mass mortality event would bring about enough of a change to solve global sustainability issues, according to new research from ecologists at the University … Continue reading

  • Newly Discovered Fossils Reveal Goofy-Looking Dinosaur

    Scientists in Mongolia’s Gobi Desert have unearthed fossils that have allowed them for the first time to build a complete picture of one of the more bizarre-looking dinosaurs. Deinocheirus mirificus, which means “unusual horrible hand” in Latin, has stunned scientists … Continue reading

  • Plants absorbing more carbon than previously thought

    Plants may absorb more carbon dioxide than we originally thought, according to a new study. The study, led by Ying Sun, claims that climate change estimations have underestimated the amount of carbon dioxide that plants will counteract. The study was … Continue reading

  • Planck Satellite Fails to Confirm Big Bang

    During a high profile news conference in March 2014, the BICEP2 radio astronomy team announced purported direct evidence for inflation— an important part of the modern Big Bang model. In Big Bang cosmology, inflation is a hypothesized “growth spurt” in … Continue reading

  • Ark Encounter may lose tax status due to hiring practices

    The Ark Encounter theme park is facing a flood of negative press after news broke on Tuesday of its dispute with Kentucky state officials over hiring practices. Through open records requests, the Louisville Courier-Journal and Lexington Herald-Leader both discovered the … Continue reading

  • Founders of Idaho Creation Museum urge visitors to think critically

    A group in the Boise area is in the midst of fundraising for a new attraction in the Northwest. It’ll be called the Northwest Science Museum. They envision a 350,000-square-foot space full of fossils, rocks and animal specimens. But this … Continue reading

  • Bryan College, professors settle lawsuit

    The lawsuit between Bryan College and two of the school’s former professors was settled before it evolved into a modern-day Scopes Trial. The 1925 trial was argued in the same red brick courthouse in Dayton, Tenn., and also debated the … Continue reading

  • Antarctic ice at all-time high, but climate change still to blame

    Is there anything climate change won’t affect? In this most recent development, NASA reports that sea ice coverage surrounding Antarctica has exceeded 20 million square kilometers – the largest area it’s covered since measurement began in 1979. Is this proof … Continue reading

  • Indonesian cave art: oldest hand stencil yet

    For years, Europe has boasted the oldest examples of prehistoric cave art – a testament to the arrival of anatomically modern humans some 45,000 years ago, their budding creativity, and their ability to think symbolically. Southeast Asia may give Europe … Continue reading

  • Australopith Child Gets an Academic Spanking

    A fossil group of alleged evolutionary human ancestors called australopithecines—all quite ape-like in their features—have traditionally been uncooperative as transitional forms. Now the famous Taung child, a supposed example exhibiting early transitional developmental skull features has been debunked. One of … Continue reading

  • Pluto To Regain Its Planetary Status?

    It appears the debate is hotting-up again and that Pluto may return to its status as the ninth planet. One thing for sure, My “Pluto 1830-2006, (R)evolve (I)n (P)eace” T-shirt is destined to a holding pattern in my closet while … Continue reading

  • Jane Goodall among the flood of activists at NYC’s Climate March

    More than 310,000 people participated in People’s Climate March in New York City, making it the largest climate rally in history. They were joined by hundreds of thousands of other people who marched in similar events in 156 countries. Fusion’s … Continue reading

  • Found at last: Franklin expedition ship lost in 1845

    Canada has found one of the two sunken British ships from Sir John Franklin’s 1845 expedition that disappeared in the Arctic, parts of the deck and mainmast intact. The wreck was discovered about 36 feet below the surface in Queen … Continue reading

  • Study: Early Earth was much like it is now

    Typically, the mention of a very early planet Earth (500 million or so years after it formed) brings to mind hellish landscapes – fire and brimstone, desolation, etc. It appears now that such imagery just isn’t true. According to scientists … Continue reading

  • Woman born without a cerebellum baffles doctors

    A woman in China has stunned doctors after a trip to the emergency room for dizziness and nausea revealed that a key part of her brain was missing. It appears the woman was born without a cerebellum, a small but … Continue reading

  • The Oscar Pistorius trial and the role of forensic bias

    The trial of South African Olympic and Paralympic athlete Oscar Pistorius, charged with the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, has received a great deal of international media coverage recently. The judge1 in the case allowed the proceedings to be … Continue reading

  • Ancient ‘dragon’ beast flew right out of ‘Avatar’

    A sprawling ancient flying reptile looked so much like a dragon that could have flown alongside the aerial predators called “ikran” in the film “Avatar” that its discoverers named the newfound beast after these mountain banshees. The pterosaur, now called … Continue reading

  • What does an atom sound like?

    Researchers have used sound to communicate with an artificial atom, demonstrating phenomena in quantum physics using sound rather than light. The interaction between atoms and light has been studied extensively but making acoustic waves couple to an artificial atom is … Continue reading

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