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The New Year Will Be Illuminated by a Blood-Red Supermoon

The New Year Will Be Illuminated by a Blood-Red Supermoon

mag813 December 29, 2017 0

January 2018 is a month of lunar events. First, there’s a full moon on Jan. 1 for the Northern Hemisphere. That January full moon is called the Wolf Moon, a name credited to hungry howling

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Celebrate Winter Solstice 2017 by Watching the Ursid Meteor Shower

Celebrate Winter Solstice 2017 by Watching the Ursid Meteor Shower

Michelle Tafaro December 21, 2017 0

If you’ve never gotten into stargazing, tonight is the night night to do it. Not only does Thursday, December 21 mark the winter solstice — or the longest night of the year — but shortly after

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Glowing Plants May Soon Light Your Home

Glowing Plants May Soon Light Your Home

mag813 December 20, 2017 0

Imagine walking out into your backyard at night and taking a stroll through a green-glowing garden, like something out of the “Avatar” movie. Now imagine that same effect while indoors; a home lit solely

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President Trump Officially Wants to Send NASA Back to The Moon

President Trump Officially Wants to Send NASA Back to The Moon

Nigel Hawthorne December 12, 2017 0

Once again, the Trump administration has pledged to restore America’s leadership in space by teaming with the private sector and returning to the moon. Speaking at a White House ceremony Monday, President Trump offered

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Could Beer Be The Next Fuel?

Could Beer Be The Next Fuel?

mag813 December 9, 2017 0

In the United States, gasoline is already sold as a blend with up to 10 percent ethanol, but this hardly represents a solution to fossil fuels. Not only does ethanol have a low energy

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We May Be Able to Use Waves to Power Our World

We May Be Able to Use Waves to Power Our World

mag813 December 2, 2017 0

About a mile offshore from Kaneohe Bay on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, a yellow, doughnut-shaped contraption bobs up and down with the motion of the ocean. The hulking device, as wide as a

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Could Climate Change Affect People’s Personalities?

Could Climate Change Affect People’s Personalities?

mag813 December 1, 2017 0

People’s personalities may be shaped by the temperatures of the places in which they grew up, a new study suggests. This could mean that as climate change influences temperatures around the globe, shifts in

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Will The Flu Shot Work This Year?

Will The Flu Shot Work This Year?

Michelle Tafaro December 1, 2017 0

As temperatures drop and germ-sharing season kicks into top gear, the talk turns to flu season and the effectiveness of the flu shot. For just a few dollars and a quick stop at the doctor’s office

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Sorry Crazy Cat Ladies, Dogs Are Definitely Smarter Than Cats

Sorry Crazy Cat Ladies, Dogs Are Definitely Smarter Than Cats

Ben Delanoy November 30, 2017 0

Ever since humanity split into dog and cat people, we’ve been arguing over which one of our beloved companions is a smarter species. This latest study mightn’t be the last word on the matter,

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There Are Up To 25,000 Bugs In The Average Christmas Tree

There Are Up To 25,000 Bugs In The Average Christmas Tree

mag813 November 29, 2017 0

It turns out that Santa Claus, the Elf on the Shelf and the Reindeer in Here aren’t the only ones who see you when you’re sleeping and know when you’re awake. Also monitoring your activity from

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