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  • How A Man Solved The 30-Year-Old Mystery Of His Own Disappearance

    How A Man Solved The 30-Year-Old Mystery Of His Own Disappearance

    For 30 years, Edgar Latulip didn't remember his own name or realize he was living 80 miles from home, where there were competing theories about how and where he had most likely died.

  • Your Assumptions About Native Americans And Alcohol Are Wrong

    Your Assumptions About Native Americans And Alcohol Are Wrong

    Not really accurate, according to a study published this week in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence. Researchers found that Native Americans are more likely than white counterparts to abstain from alcohol altogether, and the two groups had comparable rates of heavy and binge drinking.

  • A Brief History of Gravity, Gravitational Waves and LIGO

    A Brief History of Gravity, Gravitational Waves and LIGO

    Gravitational waves pass through everything and can't be directly captured.

  • Was Albert Einstein Really a Bad Student Who Failed Maths?

    Was Albert Einstein Really a Bad Student Who Failed Maths?

    Gravitational waves detection again underscores the prodigious genius of Einstein, whose work fundamentally changed the way humans view and understand their world.

  • Gravitational Waves Detection: How Indian Institutes Pitched in With Research

    Gravitational Waves Detection: How Indian Institutes Pitched in With Research

    The announcement of detection of gravitational waves was made simultaneously at IUCAA, Pune, and by scientists in Washington DC, USA.

  • Seoul, US To Open Talks On Missile Defense Aimed At North Korea

    Seoul, US To Open Talks On Missile Defense Aimed At North Korea

    Looking to take a harder line after North Korea's recent nuclear test and rocket launch, Seoul and Washington will begin talks as early as next week on deploying a sophisticated US missile defense system in South Korea, officials said on Friday.

  • No Joint Maritime Patrol With India In South China Sea At Present: US

    No Joint Maritime Patrol With India In South China Sea At Present: US

    There is no plan of any India-US joint naval patrols either in the Indian Ocean or South China Sea, a top official in Washington has said, as he dismissed the reports that both the countries were planning a joint maritime patrol.

  • Why Deadpool's Ryan Reynolds is Still a Favourite, Despite Many Failures

    Why Deadpool's Ryan Reynolds is Still a Favourite, Despite Many Failures

    This is crucial: Good-looking leading men win about a million extra points if they're down to earth or boast a self-deprecating personality. In the press, he embraces being a first-time father to baby daughter James, even throwing in dad jokes: "In my late 30s, I'm just happy my boys can swim," Ryan Reynolds had said

  • Gravitational Waves Detection Proves Albert Einstein's Century-Old Theory

    Gravitational Waves Detection Proves Albert Einstein's Century-Old Theory

    The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) detected gravitational waves from the violent merging of two black holes in deep space.

  • The Future of Television, According to Google

    The Future of Television, According to Google

    Google thinks its own platform for smart televisions, Android TV, will "eventually build something" that allows consumers to abandon the black, bulky cable boxes.

  • Ji Haan: The Arranged Marriage's New Version, The Practical Marriage

    Ji Haan: The Arranged Marriage's New Version, The Practical Marriage

    Sahil Rajan hadn't yet figured out how to upload his profile picture to eHarmony, but when the site's matchmaking voodoo put forward a brown-eyed New York City beauty who also professed an interest in books, he pinged her anyway. He asked Devi Mehta what she was reading.

  • The Internet's Top Dog Rater Keeps Disappearing From Twitter

    The Internet's Top Dog Rater Keeps Disappearing From Twitter

    Matt Nelson is a college student who is very good at rating other people's dogs on Twitter. Somehow, that fact earned him a determined nemesis, whose name he doesn't even know.

  • Was Albert Einstein Really A Bad Student Who Failed Math?

    Was Albert Einstein Really A Bad Student Who Failed Math?

    There is huge news in the science world: Scientists just announced that they have detected gravitational waves from the merging of two black holes in deep space - something predicted a century ago by Albert Einstein's General Theory of Relativity.

  • A Brief History Of Gravity, Gravitational Waves And LIGO

    A Brief History Of Gravity, Gravitational Waves And LIGO

    This has turned into Gravity Week here in Washington. Loads of journalists (many in town for the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science) crammed into the National Press Club on Thursday morning for a news conference to discuss an experiment called LIGO, which stands for Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Obse...

  • A Microsoft Billionaire Gives The Public A Rare View Of His Art

    A Microsoft Billionaire Gives The Public A Rare View Of His Art

    Paul G. Allen, a co-founder of Microsoft, is not the worst billionaire on the planet. Yes, he owns mega-yachts, estates and sports teams, and is a regular on the sun-and-champagne circuit, but he gives generously to good causes, including biomedical research, the environment and the arts. He also collects art, and 39 works from his collection are n...

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