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Uncontrollable fission is continuing under the site.
A whistle-blower says the science behind The 2015 Karl study is unreliable. Is it?
Props to this pilot with the steady hand who dumped Phos-Chek on another southern California wildfire.
Now let's find out what, or who, lived there!
Even if living conditions for humans was OK, we wouldn't last one minute with this noise.
Scientists talk a lot about climate change but forget to talk about the equally as nasty runner up, overpopulation.
"I, for one, welcome our new insect overlords."
Birds chirp, cats meow, dogs sniff each other's butts, and fish... pee?
Can a molten-hot piece of steel penetrate a foot of solid ice before it cools off? Let's go to the tape!
"Without tunnels, we will all be in traffic hell forever."
Could an asteroid smashing into Earth be the solution we've been looking for? Kidding, but you know...
No reason, no warning, the CDC just cancelled the event. Nothing to see here.
Still don't believe we don't have an effect on our environment?
These super smart medical scientists are about to reinvent the cost and trauma that goes into testing for a lot of diseases with nano tech.
Same with the LGBT page, the Civil Rights page, and the Health Care page. Bonus: Factual errors, ahoy!
This chemistry teacher is pretty lucky he didn't lose his job when this video got out. Oh right, and no one caught on fire.
Complain about Trump all you want, but how about saving some rage for Monsanto's sneaky BS.
Some would say this is the zombification of the mouse, others would say mind control. You decide.
Of all the pets to choose from, scientists in space have fish. Unexpectedly, the fish might give us clues into osteoporosis.
Enjoy some video of Earth being awesome as these lava deltas meet water.
"A concerned citizen" puts Trump's past to clinical analysis to see if he has a possible mental disorder.
Thanks to new technology and moths, drug sniffing dogs might be yesterday's news.
Science says we're engineered to be stupid, but the good news is scientists want to fix us.
It’s 2017 and we’re still discovering new organs in the human body, although Leonardo da Vinci knew...