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On April 20th 2010, gas went up the riser of the well and caused oil spill and gas.11 people died as a result and 115 were saved.It took 87 days to come up with a plan to cap.While Suttles estimated 5,000 oils of hydrocarbon were dispersed a day , Admiral …

CNN POST EEG images show an increase of information sharing across the brain, as evidenced by the yellow and orange colors, following vagus nerve stimulation. Story highlights Vagus nerve stimulation is a technique used for epilepsy and depression After a month of stimulation, the man’s attention, movements and brain activity …

What even are we? A collection of flesh, blood and bone —  or extragalactic matter spouted from supernova explosions in galaxies light years away? Northwestern University researchers say it could be the latter in a surprising find that tweaks our understanding of the Big Bang Theory 14 billion years ago. Using supercomputer simulations, …

A UK, Canadian and Italian study has provided what researchers believe is the first observational evidence that our universe could be a vast and complex hologram. Theoretical physicists and astrophysicists, investigating irregularities in the cosmic microwave background (the ‘afterglow’ of the Big Bang), have found there is substantial evidence supporting a holographic …

WASHINGTON POST   Jude Sparks was out on a family hike in the desert near Las Cruces, N.M., testing walkie-talkies, when the then-9-year-old boy tripped over a rocky protrusion. When Jude got up again, he examined what appeared to be two large, fossilized teeth jutting out from the terrain. Farther up, …

The New York Times Articles The mystery has haunted a sleepy village in the Swiss Alps for 75 years: What happened to Marcelin and Francine Dumoulin, who left home on Aug. 15, 1942, possibly to milk their cows, and were never seen again? An answer may have surfaced last week, when a …

Unchecked climate change would eventually lead to widespread devastation on Earth. Rising seas would inundate coastal cities like Miami, searing heat would increase human mortality, and acidic oceans would become inhospitable to fish and coral, leaving behind little but rubbery masses of jellyfish. These consequences of human activity could be the thing that …

The term “moonshot” is sometimes invoked to denote a project so outrageously ambitious that it can only be described by comparing it to the Apollo 11 mission to land the first human on the Moon. The Breakthrough Starshot Initiative transcends the moonshot descriptor because its purpose goes far beyond the …

Article from Priceonomics Also on Fullfierceforce.com The heart is a rather unsightly organ. A twisted, bulbous mass of ventricles, veins, and muscle, it inspires neither romance nor lust. Yet in a grossly simplified form, it has become the reigning metaphor of our love. We’re talking, of course, about the anatomically …

By Benjamin Radford, Live Science Contributor If you believe in ghosts, you’re not alone. Cultures all around the world believe in spirits that survive death to live in another realm. In fact, ghosts are among the most widely believed of paranormal phenomenon: Millions of people are interested in ghosts, and …