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A NASA satellite has captured an image of ship "tracks" - clouds that form around ship exhaust.
New film explores the paranormal in cinema verite style.
The moon holds a mystical place in the history of human culture, so it's no wonder that many myths exist.
A skeleton found at an ancient Roman site in Britain just doesn't look right.
The feat, done with magnetic fields, could lead to better understanding of zero-g bone loss.
Just when you though it was safe to go in the water, these predators lurk below.
A surprisingly large rogue wave killed a girl and pulled others into the water.
Lightning observed shooting up from storm, confirmed to carry electric charge from cloud.
Photo shows a strange half-woman, half-dog (or pig) hybrid mother nursing its young.
Study finds traces of cocaine on U.S. money have gone up.
Reports of mermaid sightings have come from the Israeli town of Kiryat Yam.
The latest furor over an inkblot test reveals flaws in an popular psychology tool.
The sperm of one male may have to compete with those from another. How and why they do it is surprising.
An Albert Einstein robot look-alike learned to make facial expressions.
Scientists refer to it as a vapor cone, shock collar, or shock egg or a Prandtl-Glauert singularity.
Megapiranha was up to 3 feet long (1 meter) - four times a big as those living today.
A tropical pitcher plant feeds on an animal's feces.
Maple seeds use tornado-like vortex to hover; same mechanism used by bats, hummingbirds.
From his balcony, a scientist photographs a storm-related flash of light.
New footage of Champ, the monster said to inhabit Vermont's Lake Champlain, was recently released.
The idea of still-living dinosaurs has captured the public imagination for well over a century.
Strange ice circles in a Siberian lake come from methane emissions, experts say.
Video nabs sperm whales thieving cod from fishing lines.
Scientists find the genetic mutations that give rise to "bearded lady's" condition

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