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Large Hadron Collider Listens to the Music of the Universe
A team at the LHC has been turning the chaos of particle collisions into music, using the sheet music composed by nature itself!
10 Most Iconic Cross-Dressing Characters in Comedies
When Hollywood’s leading men don women’s attire, it ain’t always pretty, but it often produces pretty hilarious on-screen moments. Here are ten comedies featuring male actors playing men playing women.
God Smiles on Stoners, Eases Drought in Kentucky
For those of you who remember hearing about how the drought affecting the Southeast United States was bad for marijuana production last summer– or maybe you just, ahem, noticed– there’s been so
The Technology Behind the NSA's Surveillance Spy Game
The whistle has been blown on the NSA’s surveillance program PRISM – but what does it actually do? We take a look at what’s behind the headlines, and what makes it so controversial.
Chrysler Crashing into an Environmental Pothole
The US congress’ plans to legislate against gas guzzlers are having an effect on the automobile industry before it even passes into law. Chrysler, America’s largest car manufacturer has announced that they are to shelve plans to develop a new luxury seda
Germany Wins War With Americans
Everything’s a competition, and this competition was no different. 20 teams from around the world competed last week for the title of ‘Best Solar-Powered Home’. The competition was the third Solar
Does the Mortal Instruments Flop Prove the Twilight Phenomenon Is Over?
The first film adaptation of the popular Mortal Instruments series has bombed at the box office. Does this spell the end of the trend for big-budget versions of spooky YA novels?
Cement Manufacturing Destroying Kashmir Fossil Beds
India’s Guryul Ravine in the embattled Kashmir region is the site of one of the world’s richest fossil beds. The Vale of Kashmir. Image by Emuzesto The site includes ri
Why Americans Are Driving 1M Mile Less a Day
Opinion piece: by Ben Ray Photo: Image from ^riza^ I’ve said it before, I’ve proved it, and I’ll say it again: the way to break an addiction to fossil fuel is to make it prohibitively expensive. Until that happens, very … Opinion piece: by Ben Ray Photo: