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Mexican Truck Thieves and Cobalt-60, Explained

Mexican Truck Thieves and Explained

mars anomaly | Inca City on Earth vs "Inca" City on Mars. If this was on Earth, do you think they would take a look?

Ancient anomalous Mars structures - 'bridges', pre-fab geometrical shaped building walls, etc.

These vertical whirlwinds of debris and tiny particles are usually harmless, though their resemblance to small tornadoes is unnerving. You'll typically spot them in dry, desertlike places such as Nevada's Black Rock City or on the outskirts of Phoenix, Arizona. Dust devils form when hot air near the earth's surface rises through a pocket of cooler air above, causing the overall air mass to rotate. As it spins, it sucks in more hot air. This causes the spinning to intensify, moving the ...

10 Weird, Wonderful Weather Phenomena

All the optical illusions and bizarre forms of lightning you require.

Trains Will Be Safer on Deadly NYC Curve

Trains Will Be Safer on Deadly NYC Curve

The Metropolitan Transit Authority announces a suite of safety changes in response to last week's deadly derailment.

Idiote wereldkaarten zijn helemaal hip!

Idiote wereldkaarten zijn helemaal hip!

28 Maps That Will Completely Destroy Your Worldview

Wait, There's Nanotechnology in My Food?  - PopularMechanics.com

Wait, There's Nanotech in My Food?

Think about your last meal. Whether it was a big, juicy burger or a kale and spinach salad, there's a good chance that something in that meal was grown or preserved with nanotechnology.

An easy-to-understand explanation of how solar cells turn sunlight into electricity.

An easy-to-understand explanation of how solar cells turn sunlight into electricity.

There's a reason for all the MH370-debris false alarms: Our oceans are full of floating junk.

It's Hard to Find Anything in Our Oceans

There's a reason for all the false alarms: Our oceans are full of floating junk.

Whatever Gak Is, You Can't Kill It With Fire  - PopularMechanics.com

Whatever Gak Is, You Can't Kill It With Fire

Put some blazing hot nickel in it, and .

The Atlantic Coast of Maine photographed from the stratosphere (108,000 feet)

Interactive image of the Atlantic Coast of Maine photographed from the stratosphere feet)

Major U.S. cities rely on aging infrastructure—we found some of the oldest still in operation.

The Oldest Working Infrastructure in America

Major U. cities rely on aging infrastructure—we found some of the oldest still in operation.

Watch an Entire Year of the Moon's Phases

Watch an Entire Year of the Moon's Phases

The Truth About November Tornadoes - Popular Mechanics

The Truth About November Tornadoes

A wave of twisters swept across the Midwest yesterday. And while November might seem like an odd time for tornadoes, outbreaks in this month happen frequently.

What happens when you don't get enough sleep

27 horrible things that happen if you don't get enough sleep

Incredible Maps Capture the Genetics and Connections of the Brain

Living in the Shadow of a Volcano - Popular Mechanics

Living in the Shadow of a Volcano

Kagoshima, Japan, home to people, sits next to a volcano that erupts on a nearly daily basis. How do people live under constant threat of volcanic eruption?

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