Science

Space Shuttle Delivery to Axe 400 Mature Trees

by Michael dEstries

Those LA residents previously excited about the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s retirement at California Science Center, might today be a bit ticked off depending on their proximity to the streets of South L.A.

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Tomorrow Night’s Blue Moon in Tribute of Neil Armstrong

by Allyson Koerner

A blue moon will appear tomorrow night with a special live broadcast in honor of Neil Armstrong.

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Will.i.am Debuting ‘Reach for the Stars’ from Curiosity Rover

by Allyson Koerner

Black Eyed Peas singer will.i.am is lending his voice and song to NASA for promotion of science education.

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Bigfoot Hoax Turns Deadly

by Michael dEstries

An attempt to incite sightings of the elusive legendary creature Bigfoot in Montana has turned deadly. According to reports, 44-year-old Randy Tenley decided to dress up in military style clothing commonly referred to

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Arctic Sea Ice About to Hit an All-Time Low

by Crystal Wiltshire

Adding to many recent big signs of a warming climate, the Arctic sea ice levels are on pace to hit a record low by September of this year.

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Massive Shift in Butterfly Populations Likely Due to Climate Change

by Revmodo

By Deena Shanker, Revmodo.com If rising temperatures, spreading droughts and massive blackouts weren’t enough evidence of climate change, scientists have noticed another disturbing sign that the Earth is changing: the

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Lack of Exercise Is Top Concern for Parents: National Poll

by Jaime Warburton

As more schools cut recess and physical education, parents worry about their sedentary kids.

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