Science Timeline

Fireball Over Yellowknife Illuminates The Night Sky

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Last Thursday (March 6, 2014), a fireball exploded over Yellowknife. Its light would illuminate the sky, turning night into day. Yuichi Takasaka snapped the amazing photo while in Canada’s Northwest Territories. He was actually leading an Aurora Photography Tour, which he does in March. He suddenly noticed a single shooting star beginning from the Western… Read more »

Orion Death Stars Spotted By Astronomers

Orion Death Stars

American and Canadian astronomers have recently found an incredible discovery in the Orion Nebula. Orion death stars have been spotted and are destroying potential planets. Originally, the astronomers were analyzing how O-type stars and protostars interact in the Orion Nebula using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) in a joint-partnership between North America, Europe, East… Read more »

Greenpeace Founder: Climate Change Is Bogus

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Greenpeace co-founder Dr. Patrick Moore claims that man-made climate change is just a bunch of hot air, as it were In his Capitol Hill testimony this past week responding to the United Nations Panel on Climate Change, Moore — who earned a PhD in ecology — insisted that “There is no scientific proof that human… Read more »

Albert Einstein’s Lost Alternative To Big Bang Theory Revealed

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A lost Albert Einstein manuscript containing an alternative to the Big Bang Theory has been discovered…hidden as it turns out in plain sight. The Einstein manuscript, written in 1931 and kept in plain view at the Albert Einstein Archives in Jerusalem, revealed that Albert Einstein proposed an alternative to what is now known as the… Read more »

Asteroid 2014 Just Misses Earth By Only Two Million Miles, Phew!

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A sizable asteroid, dubbed “Asteroid 2014″ by some reporters, just missed colliding with Earth on Monday night as it sped by at 27,000 mph. That’s “just missed ” in space terms, since it never got closer than two million miles. To place that distance in perspective, the closest planet to Earth is Venus – and… Read more »

Watch Giant Asteroid Live Online: Coverage Of 2000 EM26 On Slooh

Watch Giant Asteroid Live Online: Coverage Of 2000 EM26 On Slooh

Astronomy hobbyists who aren’t able to leave their homes can watch a giant asteroid live online as it whizzes by the earth at 27,000 miles per hour. While the giant asteroid — named 2000 EM26 — isn’t a threat to the Earth, it will pass close enough for a fantastic display that can be viewed… Read more »

Bill Nye: Global Warming Debate With Blackburn Argues Scientists’ Beliefs

Bill Nye: Global Warming Debate With Blackburn Argues Scientists' Beliefs

Bill Nye’s global warming debate with GOP congresswoman Marsha Blackburn took an interesting twist when she tried to claim there is disagreement among climate change scientists. In a related report by The Inquisitr, Bill Nye debated creationist Ken Ham but many were disappointed the argument focused on the age of the Earth instead of evolution…. Read more »

Breathalyzer In Bars May Not Be Accurate, Machine Test Could Mislead

Breathalyzer In Bars May Not Be Accurate, Machine Test Could Mislead

At first glance, having a breathalyzer in bars may sound like a good idea, but could an inaccurate breathalyzer machine test cause some drinkers to inadvertently commit the crime of drunk driving? In a related report by The Inquisitr, Utah lawmakers want to legally require a breathalyzer test in bars. While some clubs already offer… Read more »

Jade Rabbit Moon Rover Rises Again For China: Hello Humanity?

Jade Rabbit Moon Rover Rises Again For China: Hello Humanity?

The Jade Rabbit moon rover has suddenly restarted itself, rising again like a lunar zombie after failing to function weeks ago. In a related report by The Inquisitr, China’s moon rover called Yutu was launched near the end of November and went into lunar orbit in December. China’s moon landing made them the third country… Read more »

Ancient Baby DNA Appears To Confirm Native American Origin Stories

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Ancient baby DNA recovered from a skeleton buried in Montana 126 centuries ago shows that the people who today call themselves Native Americans are in fact exactly that — descendants of the earliest human beings known to inhabit the North American continent. The remains of a boy between one year and 18 months old were… Read more »

Watch Bill Nye, Ken Ham Debate Streaming Video Live Online

Watch Bill Nye, Ken Ham Debate Streaming Video Live Online

Tonight you will be able to watch the Ken Ham, Bill Nye debate streaming live online from video being broadcast from the Creation Museum at 7 PM. In a related report by The Inquisitr, Ken Ham is staking his position from the young earth creationist perspective while Bill Nye is defending his beliefs as an… Read more »

Bill Nye, Ken Ham Both Wrong On Evolution Debate?

Bill Nye, Ken Ham Both Wrong On Evolution?

Bill Nye and Ken Ham are both wrong about the debate over evolution according to some Catholic writers. In a related report by The Inquisitr, the planned debate will take place at Ken Ham’s Creation Museum, which features Noah’s Ark alongside dinosaurs. Bill Nye has long defended his views on evolution by claiming creationism is… Read more »

Zombie Bees Are The Flight Of The Not So Walking Dead

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The so-called zombie bees may stumble through the air but the truth behind their condition is probably more horrifying than any episode of The Walking Dead. In a related report by The Inquisitr, bees have been dying in great numbers all over the world and some people have already started warning about what a world… Read more »

Andromeda Galaxy: Stunning Photos Captured By Amateur Astronomers [Photos]

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Dozens of amateur astronomers have been peppering the internet with a plethora of images of the Andromeda galaxy. Over the last few weeks, the night skies have clear, giving photographers the perfect opportunity to capture stunning images of this beautiful area of space. One amateur stargazer who has taken advantage of this unique opening is… Read more »

1,500-Year-Old Church Building Discovered In Israel Reveals Beautiful Mosaic

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A 1500-year-old church building, dating to the Byzantine era, was uncovered in Israel on Wednesday. The Israel Antiquities Authority was excavating a site where the Israel Land Authority is beginning new construction on a neighborhood in Moshav Aluma. The 1,500-year-old church building was a surprise to archaeologists, as it was the first of its size… Read more »

Challenger Disaster: Rare Photos Found After 28 Years

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The Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, which happened 28 years ago in 1986, killed all seven crew members on board. 26 never-seen-before images have now been found, capturing the horror of the worst space shuttle disaster in American history. The photos were found by Michael Hindes – the grandson of Bill Rendle, who worked as a… Read more »

Global Warming Losing Support In US, Climate Change Considered A Hoax

Global Warming Facts Losing Support In US, Considered A Fake Climate Change Hoax

So-called global warming facts are losing support in the United States, with some claiming it’s all a fake climate change hoax. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, when it comes to the polar vortex, global warming had some Americans questioning whether climate change science messed up big time. After all, it seems counter-intuitive that the… Read more »

Frozen Niagara Falls: 1911 Photos Prove Polar Vortex Not To Blame?

Frozen Niagara Falls: 1911 Photos Proves Polar Vortex Not To Blame?

The frozen Niagara Falls photos are mostly fake like the so-called “frozen Niagara Falls 1911 pictures,” or at least old pictures from the last decade. Even blaming the polar vortex is probably wrong, as it turns out. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, global warming has been getting the blame for the polar vortex, and… Read more »

Aurora Borealis Could Be Visible As Far South As Colorado

Aurora Borealis

The Aurora Borealis may light up the skies as far south as Colorado on Thursday night and Friday morning. Although there is no certainty the event will actually occur, the strong solar flare that happened earlier this week may cause the unusual event to be visible in the lower 48. “We’re hoping,” said Joe Kunches… Read more »

Supervolcano: Yellowstone Park Eruption Could Kill Everyone In The US

Yellowstone Super Volcano

A supervolcano eruption at Yellowstone national park could kill everyone in the United States according to scientists. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, a European supervolcano is showing signs of life and could risk everyone in the EU, but the biggest supervolcano found so far is under the Pacific Ocean. Unfortunately, a supervolcano eruption is… Read more »

Polar Vortex: Global Warming To Blame For Chilly 2014 Weather In US?

Polar Vortex: Global Warming To Blame For Chilly 2014 Weather In US?

When it comes to the polar vortex, global warming is already getting the blame in 2014. But how could warmer climate change cause chilly weather in America? As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the recently rescued scientists from the ship trapped in Antarctica’s thickening ice were derided as “global warming alarmists,” and even Donald Trump… Read more »

UFO Sightings: Sweden Sees Its Skies Lit Up On New Year’s Day

UFO Sightings: Sweden Sees Its Skies Lit Up On New Year's Day

UFO sightings in Sweden lit up New Year’s Day, causing the alien hunters to investigate. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, many reported UFO sightings in California in the same time frame although the FAA didn’t see anything. UFO Investigator Tobias Lindgren of the non-profit group UFO-Sweden claims UFO sightings are common during New Year’s:… Read more »

Going For A Romantic Stroll? Here’s A Guide To The Night Sky.

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What’s more romantic than an evening stroll under the stars, and what’s more impressive than being able to identify all the little dots? Well, although the whole Universe might just be a hologram, it’s a darn pretty one. We’ve been on EarthSky and can bring you some useful information if you want to impress someone… Read more »

Christmas Eve Spacewalk Attempts To Finish Repairs To ISS [Watch Live]

Christmas Eve Spacewalk Attempt to finish repairs to ISS

A rare Christmas Eve spacewalk thousands of miles above the Earth is taking place as astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) attempt to finish repairs to the crippled base. NASA scheduled the spacewalk as astronauts work to fix the problems that have plagued the station. The Christmas Eve spacewalk is scheduled for 4:10 am… Read more »

Diamonds In Antarctica A Possibility After New Rock Discovery

Diamonds In Antarctica a possibility after new rock discovery

The possibility that diamonds could be found in Antarctica got people excited after the revelation that a new rock had been discovered in the frigid continent for the first time. A kind of rock that often contains diamonds was discovered in Antarctica, where mining is banned. Even though researchers didn’t find any diamonds, they are… Read more »

Arizona Meteor Shower: ‘Lie Flat On Your Back And Look Up’

Arizona meteor

An Arizona meteor shower is due to hit its peak this weekend, and an amazing preview of things to come was visible in the Arizona skies on Tuesday. The exploding meteor may have shaken some windows and scared a few residents, but it produced a spectacular night display even though it wasn’t officially part of… Read more »

Mars Colonization: 200,000 People Apply To Live On Red Planet

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Plans to colonize Mars are set to proceed after 200,000 people applied to live on the Red Planet, even though they won’t ever return to Earth if they actually go. The Mars One foundation announced on Tuesday that their planned expedition, which will see four individuals sent to Mars, has secured its lead suppliers for… Read more »

China’s Moon Rover Now In Lunar Orbit

Chinese Moon Rover Readies For Surface Landing

China’s moon rover, the first of its kind, is now in lunar orbit. On Sunday China successfully launched their new rover into space on a Long March 3B vehicle. By Friday the spacecraft, named the Chang’e 3, was officially circling the moon. Operators out of Beijing reported firing breaking thrusters for 361 seconds to get… Read more »

23andMe Lawsuit Claims DNA Diseases Test Isn’t Science, Demands $5 Million

23andMe Lawsuit Claims DNA Diseases Test Isn't Science, Demands $5 Million

A 23andMe lawsuit is claiming the company’s DNA diseases test isn’t science and is demanding $5 million in damages. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, back in 2012 23andMe started advertising their $99 “Personal Genome Service,” but the FDA halted in-home DNA tests by 23andMe last month. 23andMe markets The Saliva Collection Kit and Personal… Read more »