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Should you get anti-Johnny Depp software installed on your computer? Is the grey goo coming for you? The answers to these questions and more.
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Why were copper-masked mummies buried in shallow graves in the wastes of Siberia? Russian scientists are just beginning to unravel the mystery.
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The snake had swallowed the centipede, which had then tried to cut a path to freedom … by eating its way out.
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Scientists using video cameras to track a fly's aerial maneuvers found that the insect employs astonishingly quick banked turns to evade predators.
Video Captures Rare Sighting of Oarfish
A video of two 15-foot-long oarfish swimming in shallow waters along the Mexican coastline is making a big splash in the marine world.
UFO or Reflection? Eerie Deer-Cam Lights Explained
A picture showing eerie lights over a deer's head has sparked questions about UFOs, but the company that made the camera says it has the answers.
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What's Behind the Mysterious Flashes on Mars?
A leader of NASA's Curiosity rover team suggests some unexpected explanations for the anomalous bright spots seen on some Mars imagery.
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Bright Blips on Mars Pictures Spark a Buzz
Bright spots that look like a beacon flashing from a distant Martian hillside are attracting attention from the UFO crowd.
Musical Surprise: Virtuosos Favor New Violins
In a blind test, 10 top soloists favored new violins over old ones, even multimillion-dollar Stradivarius instruments from the 17th century.
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