- From Around the Web
- May 31, 2016
Time-lapse of Bigelow Expandable Activity Module.
The deep ocean currents might explain why the Antarctic is just as freezing as it was years ago while the Arctic has been melting
“This device allows us to see numbers as patterns, the formation of prime numbers, twin primes, Highly composite numbers, multiplication and division, as well as few other systems, I imagine, that are yet to be discovered.”
The asteroid Phaethon makes an unusual orbit around the sun, as it flies following us around it.
The native Aborigines people talk of a time where the Rainbow Serpent God took all the water and left nothing but dry land.
Comets might hold the key to how life started on earth.
Robots are being taught on how to feel pain to give them a chance to survive harsh surroundings.
The discovery of the 290 million year old footprint was made in New Mexico by paleontologist Jerry MacDonald in 1987.
“Perhaps we are seeing our first glimpse into physics beyond the visible Universe,”