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Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse Will Cross South America and Africa on Sunday

‘Ring of Fire’ Solar Eclipse Will Cross Southern Hemisphere on Sunday

awesome Trilobites: ‘Ring of Fire’ Solar Eclipse Will Cross South America and Africa on Sunday

The skeletal remains of Kaakutja, an aboriginal man who scientists think was killed by a boomerang about in the 13th century. Credit Michael Westaway

Kaakutja, Perhaps the First Known Boomerang Victim

A skeleton found in an Australia national park was of a man who lived between 1260 and 1280 and is thought to have been killed by a wooden weapon.

Before a Solar Eclipse Crosses 14 States a Great American Road Trip

Before a Solar Eclipse Crosses 14 States, a Great American Road Trip

Before a Solar Eclipse Crosses 14 States, a Great American Road Trip - The New York Times

Blue Petrel        Halobaena caerulea in flight -

A new study finds that plastic debris in the oceans carries a smell similar to other sources of their food.

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Supersonic Airlines Are Coming Back While Musk Dreams of Space

Let Forest Fires Burn? What the Black-Backed Woodpecker Knows

Let Forest Fires Burn? What the Black-Backed Woodpecker Knows

A scientific debate is intensifying over whether too much money and too many lives are lost fighting forest fires.

Elon Musk Set to Update His Plans for Colonizing Mars

Elon Musk’s Mars Vision: A One-Size-Fits-All Rocket. A Very Big One.

The 5 Most Bizarre 'Questions' Elon Musk was Asked After His Mars Talk

Photo              A pretzel made with a new 3-D printing technique that uses fused silica glass.                                      Credit             NeptunLab/KIT                      Glassmaking is one of the world’s oldest arts. Ancient Mesopotamians and Egyptians made glass glazes... http://usa.swengen.com/broke-a-glass-someday-you-might-3-d-print-a-new-one/

Photo A pretzel made with a new 3-D printing technique that uses fused silica glass. Credit NeptunLab/KIT Glassmaking is one of the world’s oldest arts. Ancient Mesopotamians and Egyptians made glass glazes... http://usa.swengen.com/broke-a-glass-someday-you-might-3-d-print-a-new-one/

When Soviets Launched Sputnik C.I.A. Was Not Surprised

When Soviets Launched Sputnik, C.I.A. Was Not Surprised

Declassified documents show that intelligence officers, and President Eisenhower, knew that the Soviet Union was close to launching a man-made satellite.

Newly Discovered Form of Water Ice Is Really Strange

New Form of Water, Both Liquid and Solid, Is ‘Really Strange’

Newly Discovered Form of Water Ice Is Really Strange

The Amargosa River Defies the Desert

The Amargosa River Defies the Desert

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/20/science/exxon-carbon-tax.html?ribbon-ad-idx=5

Exxon Mobil Lends Its Support to a Carbon Tax Proposal

The company is joining other oil companies and corporate giants to endorse a plan from the Climate Leadership Council to tax fossil fuels and pay the dividends to taxpayers.

August 21, 2017  Aug. 21, 2017 , a total solar eclipse will darken the skies from Oregon to South Carolina. Postal Stamp to be sold..Touch for change.

The federal agency will soon release a first-of-its-kind stamp featuring a full eclipse of the sun – and a hidden secret – in honor of first total American eclipse in nearly four decades.

Brenda Milner Eminent Brain Scientist Is Still Nosy at 98

Brenda Milner, Eminent Brain Scientist, Is ‘Still Nosy’ at 98

Brenda Milner, Eminent Brain Scientist, Is ‘Still Nosy’ at 98 - The New York Times

Solving a Mystery Behind the Deadly Tsunami of Molasses of 1919

Solving a Mystery Behind the Deadly ‘Tsunami of Molasses’ of 1919

Researchers say they have figured out a piece of the puzzle of why a million-gallon spill of molasses from a storage tank in Boston was so deadly, killing 21 people and destroying buildings.

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