Kilauea Eruption 2018

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Photos of Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Eruption

"It hit him on the shin and shattered everything from there down on his leg."

Scientists Finds a Tiny Mummified Baby Hand
Archeologists solves the mystery of a mummified baby hand, attached…
Green-Blooded Lizards Have a Pigment That Should K
Not only is the green blood unusual, but it's made of a destructive …
Your Bed Is Probably Dirtier Than a Chimpanzee's

It turns out, chimps sleep in much neater nests than we do.

Scientists Transferred Memories Between Sea Snails
Sea snails picked up memories of another snail, in an experiment th…
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The FDA Just Approved the First-Ever Drug to Treat Chronic Migraines

The injectable medication could stop 50% of monthly migraines.

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NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine: "I Believe Fully In Climate Change"

The new administrator of NASA recently fielded questions from scientists at the space agency.

Which Ordinary Household Items Could Actually Stop a Bullet?

Don't believe the movies—that cast-iron skillet won't save you.

Bitcoin's Ridiculous Electricity Usage Has Already Doubled This Year

According to a new study, energy usage for Bitcoin could double again before the year is over.

Is Someone Still Producing Ozone-Killing Chemicals In Secret?

Scientists found evidence to suggest someone is pumping ozone-depleting CFCs into the atmosphere, but nobody is sure who or why.

Hawaii Volcano Eruption
The Wild 35-Year History of Hawaii's Constantly Erupting Volcano

The last week is just a short part of Kilauea’s destruction.

How the History of the Roman Empire Is Hidden in Arctic Ice

Lead levels in the Arctic ice tells us how well the Roman Empire was doing on a year-by-year basis.

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How the Feds Will Use DNA To Track Legal Weed

A new technology allows law enforcement to track legal marijuana using DNA.

These Mating Male Beetles Are Not Gay, Just Incompetent

Researchers have discovered that male beetles mate with either gender when the stakes are low, and mating mistakes don't matter

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This Secretive Harvard Startup is Trying to Reverse Aging

Founded by a legendary scientist, the startup is experimenting with reversing aging in dogs (and maybe someday, in humans).

Scientists Trained a Spider to Jump on Command

Researchers hope to learn more about how these animals jump several times their body length.

The Mysteries of the Golden Ratio Explained by Math and Sunflowers
This number, approximately 1.62, has fascinated mathematicians and artists for centuries—but perhaps not for the reasons you thin…
Researchers Find Origin of Mysterious Amphibian Pandemic

A deadly fungus has ravaged hundreds of amphibian species for decades, and now scientists finally know where it comes from.

Doctors Grow Replacement Ear Inside Patient's Arm

The ear, grown to replace one lost in a car crash, will have functional blood vessels and nerve endings.

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Hawaii Volcano Could Cause Acid Rain, Volcanic Smog, and "Ballistic Projectiles"

The volcano continues to vent sulfur dioxide gas, creating "vog," and it doesn't sound like the eruption will end anytime soon.

The Search for Dark Matter Continues, More Than a Mile Underground

The search for WIMPs—the leading candidate for dark matter particles—is kicking into high gear.

California May Require Solar Panels on New Homes in 2020

The first such mandate nationwide and the state's latest step to curb greenhouse gas emissions.

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A Tiny Microscope Can Now Record a Mouse's Brain in Real Time

If it can be applied to humans, it could help scientists understand abnormal brain conditions like autism and schizophrenia.

New Water-Based Battery Could Help Store Solar and Wind Energy

A new type of battery is cheaper and longer lasting, creating new possibilities for use with renewable energy generation.

Bugs Are Making Us Sicker Than Ever Before

Insect borne diseases are on the rise, and health officials may not know how to combat them.

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