'seattlepi.com ' Humans have always observed their environment — from their immediate surroundings, to the skies, and beyond. View this topic.
'Rolling Stone ' In their unmissable ' McQueen, directors Ian Bonhôte and Peter Ettedgui don’t just pay tribute to the groundbreaking couture rebel and his fervent desire to rip down old forms and create new ones; View this topic.
'Science Magazine ' You do not have access to the full text of this article, the first page of the ' of this article appears below. View this topic.
'ThurstonTalk ' The dusty Nevada road leading to Homey Airport near Groom Lake is a long way from Thurston County, 988 miles to be exact. But the lake is a dry salt flat and few would risk landing in that airfield. View this topic.
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'TIME ' 'CNET ' 'Space.com ' Rather than the so-called flags-and-footprints model of lunar exploration–with short-term crews in throwaway vehicles landing on the surface, working for a few days at most and heading straight home– View this topic.
'Science News ' SPEED TEST' A neutrino blasted from a bright galaxy known as a blazar (illustrated) along with a flare of light reveals that neutrinos travel at roughly the speed of light. ' Moving on. View this topic.
'ITProPortal ' Science fiction has a bizarre habit of predicting our future. Star Trek famously predicted sliding doors, and Minority Report forecasted the use of gestures as part of user experiences. View this topic.
'CNET ' At least, that's what a team of astronomers believe occurred at RW Aur A, a star just a few million years old that has been studied by astronomers since 1937. View this topic.
'The Source Weekly (press release) (blog) ' Planet Earth is a mysterious place. New discoveries happen daily, and age-old questions still remain unanswered. Our home in Central Oregon has its fair share of enigmas. Intermission. View this topic.
'Science Magazine ' As anyone knows who has tried'and failed'to pluck a stuffed animal from the pile in those popular arcade games, using a mechanical hand is tough. It's even tougher when the prey isn't a plush toy, but a living creature. View this topic.
'The Verge ' 'Comic Book Movie (blog) ' 'SFGate ' Over the last couple of years, Swedish artist Simon St'lenhag has earned considerable acclaim for Tales from the Loop, View this topic.
'EurekAlert (press release) ' When buying a new outfit, most people don't consider the process that went into tinting that vivid red shirt or colorfully patterned dress. But dyeing clothes requires massive amounts of water, energy and chemicals. View this topic.
'UW Today ' 'EurekAlert (press release) ' A huge circulation pattern in the Atlantic Ocean took a starring role in the 2004 movie “The Day After Tomorrow. View this topic.
'Science Magazine ' 'New York Times ' Scientists have discovered the tiny remains of a 100-million-year-old baby snake (pictured) preserved inside of a piece of amber from Myanmar. View this topic.
'KMUW ' Science Fiction is the solo debut album from Tom Bailey, known for his work throughout the 1980s with The Thompson Twins, a band that scored Top 40 hits with songs such as 'Doctor! Doctor!' 'Hold Me Now' and 'King For A Day. View this topic.