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Sharks have personalities

Sharks have personalities

Just as people exist on a sliding scale of sociability -- some personable, some loners -- sharks, too, have personalities.
Brooks Hays
Lamborghini reveals Asterion LPI-910, hybrid supercar that hits 199 mph and gets 57 mpg

Lamborghini reveals Asterion LPI-910, hybrid supercar that hits 199 mph and gets 57 mpg

Lamborghini's latest concept car, the Asterion LPI-910 is the rare supercar with overwhelming power and speed with an efficient and eco-friendly hybrid engine.
Matt Bradwell
"Man in the moon" likely caused by volcano, not astroid

"Man in the moon" likely caused by volcano, not astroid

The Procellarum region -- the moon's largest basin and the feature commonly referred to as the "man in the moon" -- was likely created by a giant volcano.
Brooks Hays
Next week's lunar eclipse may feature the color turquoise

Next week's lunar eclipse may feature the color turquoise

Next Wednesday, the full moon will turn a coppery red as a lunar eclipse becomes visible across the entirety of the United States.
Brooks Hays
Mirror turtle ants thrive by going undercover

Mirror turtle ants thrive by going undercover

A newly discovered species of ant, called mirror turtle ants, locates food sources by assuming the identity of its neighbors and following them to their spoils.
Brooks Hays
35,000 walruses haul out of ocean, crowd Alaskan shore

35,000 walruses haul out of ocean, crowd Alaskan shore

35,000 walruses decided they'd had enough of warm water and minimal sea ice and subsequently hauled out onto a beach in Alaska.
Brooks Hays
Global ocean health gets a D on latest report card

Global ocean health gets a D on latest report card

In a new study, the world's oceans were docked points for overfishing, pollution, climate change, and weak environmental protections, earning a D grade.
Brooks Hays
DNA suggests humanity has more mothers than fathers

DNA suggests humanity has more mothers than fathers

A new study of human DNA revealed humanity has absorbed the genetics of many more mothers than fathers, proof that females reproduced more than males.
Brooks Hays
NASA satellite shows scope of Aral Sea disaster

NASA satellite shows scope of Aral Sea disaster

Newly released images from NASA's Terra satellite show the scope of the Aral Sea disaster.
Heather Records
NASA satellite keeps eye on glacial sediment plumes

NASA satellite keeps eye on glacial sediment plumes

Scientists at NASA are keeping an eye on the plumes of sediment that appear in the ocean as glacial meltwater deposits sand, soil and rocks.
Brooks Hays
Mini star ejects mega flares

Mini star ejects mega flares

NASA's Swift satellite spotted a series of massive solar solar flares erupting from a dim red dwarf about a third the size of the sun.
Brooks Hays
Antarctic ice loss responsible for measurable shift in gravity

Antarctic ice loss responsible for measurable shift in gravity

New satellite data confirms that ice melting in Antarctica is affecting the strength of Earth's gravity.
Brooks Hays
600-year-old canoe discovered in New Zealand

600-year-old canoe discovered in New Zealand

A pair of new studies are finally helping to explain how people of East Polynesia made their way to New Zealand during the 13th century.
Brooks Hays
Tiny zooplankton influence ocean currents

Tiny zooplankton influence ocean currents

New research suggests the collective movement of zooplankton like brine shrimp, or Sea-Monkeys, can drive ocean currents.
Brooks Hays
Thailand trains taste-testing robots to be food snobs

Thailand trains taste-testing robots to be food snobs

To curb the proliferation of inauthentic Thai food, government officials have enlisted the help of taste-testing robots.
Brooks Hays
WWF: 40 years later, half the wildlife

WWF: 40 years later, half the wildlife

In the last 40 years, half of the world's mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and birds have disappeared, according to a new World Wildlife Fund report.
Brooks Hays
NASA photos show Aral Sea is now just a sliver

NASA photos show Aral Sea is now just a sliver

New photos from NASA are showing the Aral Sea as just a sliver with the entire basin diminished as a result of a Soviet-era irrigation diversion project.
Aileen Graef
Social network Ello getting thousands of requests per hour

Social network Ello getting thousands of requests per hour

Social media network Ello is getting 31,000 requests per hour to join its network.
Heather Records
Apple releases fix for 'Shellshock' virus

Apple releases fix for 'Shellshock' virus

Apple releases a fix to stop the "Shellshock" virus.
Heather Records
Study: dolphins attracted to magnets

Study: dolphins attracted to magnets

Dolphins sensitive to the presence of magnets, say researchers in France. It's the first study prove that dolphins are magnetosensitive, or magnetoreceptive.
Brooks Hays
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