Last night's midseason finale of Tomorrow People contained a slew of great scenes in which the characters seemed to be coming to life and becoming living, breathing people.
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Supreme court judges in the UK have ruled that Scientology is a "place of meeting for religious worship." Louisa Hodkin launched a suit after officials refused to register a Scientology chapel as a place for marriage.
We don't know what the next tallest building in the world will be and by just how much it will beat its predecessor, but here is a good bet: a skyscraper and not by much.
If you've ever wondered why impala can leap nine feet into the air, these amazing images captured by amateur photographer Rob Brookes will explain it in the clearest — and most dramatic — way possible.
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Back in October, we told you that Toei Animation was making a cartoon called Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers, which would have a toyline from Bandai, and sounded suspiciously like it was going to be Pokémon but with Marvel super heroes.
On October 9th, NASA's Juno spacecraft made a close pass of Earth on its way to Jupiter. The flyby, which helped boost Juno's speed to almost 9,000 miles per hour, was captured from the spacecraft's perspective by a low-res camera optimized to track faint stars, giving us a never-before-seen view of the moon orbiting Earth.
Sure, you can roll your layers of snowy precipitation into a stack of three balls topped with a top hat—or you can put all that white stuff to a more interesting use.
You can't beat World War II for crazy technological innovations. People worked on anything from shark repellent to exploding rats to bombs that would drift across the Pacific ocean on the wind.
Sure, the hero wins in the end — but we all secretly root for the villain. Especially if he or she is super, mega-genius smart.
When Brittany Wenger was a sophomore in high school, her cousin was diagnosed with breast cancer. She saw firsthand how the disease strikes a woman and her family, and she wanted to help.
Kids and aliens! It's a movie staple, unless you are J.J. Abrams and decide that YOUR lovable film of space wonder should be bookended with just so much alien-on-human murder.
This image is based on satellite observations of the Arctic region over a 30 year period, starting in 1982.
Allan Savory has spent decades studying the devastating effects of “desertification“: healthy land degrading into deserts all around the world and accelerating climate change in the process.
You may know when you're awake, but you can't prove it scientifically. That's because there's no objective way to distinguish between a "conscious" and "unconscious" brain.
More than 80% of Americans are convinced that music lessons improve their children's grades and intelligence.
No longer are the terms "nerd" and "geek" used as insults. We have taken them back from those who would mock us, and now wear them with pride.
Messier 1 Hubble Image: Credit – NASA, ESA, J. Hester and A. Loll (Arizona State University) There are only six of them: radon, helium, neon, krypton, xenon and the first molecules to be discovered in space – argon.
Saturn’s moon Titan has the only known liquid lakes beyond planet Earth, and new data from the Cassini spacecraft’s radar instrument provides an intriguing 3-D flyover of these hydrocarbon lakes and seas at the north pole region.