Science

The Titanic Iceberg: A Photo Gallery of Suspects

by Michael dEstries

Among the colorful characters and heart-wrenching stories that make up the tragic tale of the Titanic, the one that Mother Nature added to the narrative has perhaps remained the most mysterious. What

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Watch: Titanic Sinking Recreated In Extreme Detail

by Michael dEstries

Back in the mid-90s, James Cameron created for his movie “Titanic” a computer-simulated sinking of the famed ship. At the time, it was the most accurate look at what might

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What the Stars Looked Like the Night Titanic Sank

by Michael dEstries

So what exactly would the stars have looked like had you been in the middle of the North Atlantic on the morning of April 15, 1912?

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Rare Strawberry-Blonde Mammoth Uncovered in Siberia

by Michael dEstries

Another mammoth has been discovered in Siberia – this time, however, the find is that of a well-preserved juvenile with its strawberry-blonde hair still intact. Even better – it shows both

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Venus and Pleiades Captivate with Cosmic Light Show Tonight

by Brook Bolen

Once every eight years, Venus passes directly between the Earth and a cluster of blue stars known as the Pleiades. The most dazzling view happens tonight.

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James Cameron Planning More Deep Dives in Coming Weeks

by Michael dEstries

It seems visiting the ocean’s deepest point once was definitely not enough for James Cameron. In a post-dive press conference this morning, hours after he broke the record for deepest

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James Cameron Reaches Bottom of Mariana Trench

by Michael dEstries

After years of planning and developing a sub that could make his dream a reality, James Cameron today finally touched down at the ocean’s deepest point – 35,756 feet in

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