UFO sightings warn of alien invasion, states Stephen Hawking who fears SETI’s search
UFO sightings warn of alien invasion, states Stephen Hawking who fears SETI’s search

STONEFIELD BEACH, Ore. – The search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) is the collective name for a search for intelligent extraterres...

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Mysterious markings discovered at Great Pyramid of Giza
Mysterious markings discovered at Great Pyramid of Giza

London, England (CNN) -- A robot explorer has revealed ancient markings inside a secret chamber at Egypt's Great Pyramid of Giza. The m...

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Giant predator "Anomalocaridid"fossil rewrites books on ancient life
Giant predator "Anomalocaridid"fossil rewrites books on ancient life

PARIS (AFP) – An ancient sea predator with a spined head and plated mouth grew to a much greater size and lived far longer than thought, acc...

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Nepal's 'Super Sherpa' bids farewell to Everest
Nepal's 'Super Sherpa' bids farewell to Everest

KATHMANDU (AFP) – Apa Sherpa, the Nepalese climber who has conquered Mount Everest a record 21 times, said Saturday his latest ascent of the...

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Mystery Virus in South Korea Claims Second Victim
Mystery Virus in South Korea Claims Second Victim

Health officials in South Korea reported that a second person has died after being infected with an unknown virus. According to news report...

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Moon may have more water than believed
Moon may have more water than believed

WASHINGTON (AFP) – The moon may have a lot more water than imagined, perhaps as much as on Earth in some parts, a study said Thursday, in a ...

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Hackers?:Lockheed Martin hit by cyber incident, U.S. says
Hackers?:Lockheed Martin hit by cyber incident, U.S. says

(Reuters) - Lockheed Martin Corp, the world's biggest aerospace company and the Pentagon's No. 1 supplier by sales, has been hit by ...

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Chinese prisoners forced to play World of Warcraft, make money for guards
Chinese prisoners forced to play World of Warcraft, make money for guards

It's a common practice for Chinese labor camps to force prisoners to bust boulders and dig ditches, but a former inmate has recently com...

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Aussie student Amelia Fraser-McKelv finds universe's 'missing mass
Aussie student Amelia Fraser-McKelv finds universe's 'missing mass

SYDNEY (AFP) – A 22-year-old Australian university student has solved a problem which has puzzled astrophysicists for decades, discovering p...

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Ancient Sea Monsters Were No Shrimps
Ancient Sea Monsters Were No Shrimps

Bizarre shrimp-like monsters that were the world's largest predators for millions of years grew even larger and survived much longer tha...

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Giant Deep-Sea Detector Hunts for Elusive Particles and Glowing Bacteria
Giant Deep-Sea Detector Hunts for Elusive Particles and Glowing Bacteria

The world's largest underwater neutrino telescope is starting to get results, as well as some bonus seismic and biological data. The t...

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New Egyptian pyramids found by infra-red satellite images
New Egyptian pyramids found by infra-red satellite images

The infrared image on the right reveals the ancient city streets of Tanis near modern-day San El Hagar Seventeen lost pyramids are among ...

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Charges for failing to predict earthquake
Charges for failing to predict earthquake

Earthquake prediction can be a grave, and faulty science, and in the case of Italian seismologists who are being tried for the manslaughter ...

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New analysis of Apollo samples find that the Moon's interior may contain 100 times more water than earlier measurements
New analysis of Apollo samples find that the Moon's interior may contain 100 times more water than earlier measurements

This microscope photo shows whole spheres and partial fragments of orange volcanic glass, of the type recovered from Apollo 17 sample 7422...

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Huge space blast: The farthest thing ever seen?
Huge space blast: The farthest thing ever seen?

BOSTON — A short, extremely bright explosion of light recently spotted in the night sky may be the most distant object ever seen in the univ...

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Super Typhoon Songda Projected To Pass Over Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant
Super Typhoon Songda Projected To Pass Over Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant

So far the only good news to accompany the Fukushima catastrophe has been that for all the fallout, the radiation has been mostly contained ...

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Area 51 loses mystique for some after accusations of hoax
Area 51 loses mystique for some after accusations of hoax

The world famous Roswell "incident" was no UFO but rather a Russian spacecraft with "grotesque, child-size aviators" dev...

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Video:New leak feared at stricken Japan nuclear plant
Video:New leak feared at stricken Japan nuclear plant

(Reuters) - Radioactive water appears to be leaking from a waste disposal building at Japan's Fukushima nuclear complex, operator Toky...

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NASA sending robotic spacecraft to asteroid in 2016
NASA sending robotic spacecraft to asteroid in 2016

Robotic arm will collect an asteroid sample as spacecraft hovers close to asteroid NASA announced on Wednesday that it's working to sen...

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ESA blessing moves Skylon spaceplane closer to reality
ESA blessing moves Skylon spaceplane closer to reality

Making your own spaceplane from scratch is obviously not an easy task, which is why we're not all going to the moon on weekends. Reactio...

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Black holes  are spinning faster
Black holes are spinning faster

An artist’s impression of the jets emerging from a supermassive black hole at the centre of a galaxy.  Image: Dana Berry / STScI Superm...

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Aerial Microbes Can Make Rain
Aerial Microbes Can Make Rain

Bacteria often leave their hosts feeling under the weather. And even when the hosts are high-altitude parcels of air, microbes can be a sour...

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NASA astronauts to fly Orion spacecraft into deep space
NASA astronauts to fly Orion spacecraft into deep space

Space agency bases new spacecraft on designs for planned moon craft NASA on Tuesday announced a plan to build a spacecraft that will fly as...

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Video:Soyuz Capsule Lands Safely With Space Station Crew
Video:Soyuz Capsule Lands Safely With Space Station Crew

HOUSTON — A Russian Soyuz space capsule has landed safely on Earth, returning three veteran spaceflyers home after a five-month mission to t...

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