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The evolution of man’s face over 6 million years, in under 2 mins

We’ve all read and studied the evolution of man from apes. But what if all those hours of studying could be condensed into one spectacular video of around 2 minutes?

Produced by Yale University Press in 2013, the video shows images from a book by the internationally renowned paleoartist John Gurche. According to the information on the book, ‘Shaping Humanity: How Science, Art, and Imagination Help Us...

Watch a 2300kg piece of space junk collide with Earth

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Credit: NASA

Right now, a piece of space junk named WT1190F is on a suicidal collision path toward Earth. It is scheduled to re-enter our atmosphere next Saturday, November 14 at 6:20am AEDT (2:20pm Friday EST and 7:20pm Friday UTC) over the Indian Ocean, about 100 km off the coast of Sri Lanka.


Sagan-Inspired Movie "Star Stuff" Makes The Universe Feel a Lot Bigger

A young Carl Sagan comes to vivid life in “Star Stuff,” a short film by Croatian film director Ratimir Rakuljic. It offers a moving re-enactment of how a young boy from Brooklyn with an insatiable appetite for wonder and science grew up to become a beloved iconic figure in science communication and outreach.

Elon Musk Plans to Bomb Mars with Nuclear Weapons

The SpaceX CEO revealed the idea on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Wednesday, explaining that there are two ways — slow and fast — to make Mars warmer, and thus more habitable to humans. The fast way according to him is to "drop thermonuclear weapons over the poles," using SpaceX's reusable rockets.

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