Rare weather-inversion causes clouds to completely fills up the entire canyon.
Wearable future tech and now implants are starting to become real! One step closer to a connected digital world?
Video showing Mars Curiosity Descent and Landing - Full Quality HD 1080p
There's something about time-lapse animation of global events - this shows all Earthquakes from January to April 2014 and even shows the little earthquakes that happened here in the UK during April.
Very weird, Mars Rover is causing a stir with a picture of mysterious rock that suddenly appears from out nowhere
The Ijen vulcan's crater located in east Java Island, Indonesia has a Blue Flame Lava Phenomenon.
Round up of the top 10 most viewed posts on Cryptoworld over the last year
Hundreds of dinosaur fossil eggs have been discovered in Spain and may shed new light on dinosaur nesting habits. Researchers in northeastern Spain say they've uncovered hundreds of dinosaur egg…Read more →
A "supervolcano" forming deep below the Earth's crust north of New Zealand, will have the power to destroy the world, but don't worry - it could be 100 million years away.
So, sounds like NASA might be heading back to the moon. I personal think it's about time we started exploring space, as a kid watching Space 1999 I really thought we would be out there by now, living and exploring space!
Great picture of the Curiosity Mars Rover, taken by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter... if it can take pics like this, why no high-res shots of the alleged face? This color-enhanced…Read more →
First 360-degree panorama in color of the Gale Crater landing site taken by NASA's Curiosity rover. The panorama was made from thumbnail versions of images taken by the Mast Camera.
A weird hole on Mars has been discovered — the 35 meter opening is very strange and there doesn't appear to be a logical explanation. The hole in the middle of a depression (crater) appears to have a opening (cave) about 20 meters deep.
Couple of amazing videos showing lightning filmed at 7,207 images per second. A downward lightning negative ground flash and an upward lightning flash initiated from a TV tower in Rapid City, SD, both captured at 7,207 images per second.
Norwegian engineer Kåre Halvorsen built this robot sphere in his spare time, with six retractable, expanding legs that let it dance when it's not rolling. The main goal of this project was to make a hexapod robot that could transform into a sphere shape and back. In “sphere mode” the robot should be able to roll freely like a ball.
Amazing, the theoretical physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking turns 70 this weekend (Sunday 8th January), famous for writing the bestseller [amazon ASIN="0553175211"]A Brief History of Time[/amazon] and numerous other books,…Read more →
China has hinted at manned missions to the moon in the past, but has now confirmed it wants to send an astronaut there - but there's no planned time-line, but…Read more →