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Day: June 18, 2012

Oxygen-Monitoring Glasses Could Let You Read People’s MoodsScience & Space

Oxygen-Monitoring Glasses Could Let You Read People’s Moods

By Clay Dillow Pop-Sci The ability to read other people is largely perceived to be intuitive–some people just have a
Extraterrestrial: Bickering Through The Alien Invasion… or not?UFOs & ETs

Extraterrestrial: Bickering Through The Alien Invasion… or not?

Space is a magical place, isn’t it? As a storytelling device it is nonpareil — as soon as the writer
Japan bracing for 180 km/h typhoon, Fukushima area evacuatedFukushima

Japan bracing for 180 km/h typhoon, Fukushima area evacuated

A strong typhoon has reached mainland Japan, bringing heavy rain to wide areas. Coastal areas of northeastern Japan are bracing for high
New Footage: Algonquin Park BigFoot ReleasedThe Unknown

New Footage: Algonquin Park BigFoot Released

From the Bigfoot Evidence website: Thanks to Tim Ervick for this great footage. We have been in contact with Tim
IUCN 2012 update – 4 species extinct – 2 rediscovered – Food security waningMore News

IUCN 2012 update – 4 species extinct – 2 rediscovered – Food security waning

The source of our food, medicines and clean water, as well the livelihoods of millions of people may be at
Cassini finds tropical lakes on Saturn’s moon TitanScience & Space

Cassini finds tropical lakes on Saturn’s moon Titan

Scientists have discovered methane lakes in the tropical areas of Saturn’s moon Titan, one of which is about half the