The Huge Loophole in Colorado’s Plan to Avoid Weed Tourism
In a new 136-page document, Colorado says pot vendors can’t purchase out-of-state ads or entice tourists with weed. But there’s a loophole.
Carson Daly Continues to Age With His Audience With Today Show Gig
Daly, who won some teenage hearts as host of MTV's TRL, has filled in as a substitute co-host for Today in the past.
Famous 2012 Californian Meteorite Contained “Ingredients for Life”
Writing in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers recognized that their work could have implications for enduring speculation that life on Earth came from space.
For the First Time, Scientists Can Remove Traumatic Memories and Leave Others Intact
In the study, test animals immediately and permanently lost all drug-related memories while all other thoughts remained inviolate.
Timelapse: Nine Years of Construction on the World Trade Center Site
EarthCam shows construction of the 2.6-million-square-foot 1 World Trade Center from October 2004 to September 2013.
Video by Reuters.
NASA’s Famous Comet-Hunting Spacecraft May Be “Spinning Out of Control”
Deep Impact became famous in 2005 for firing a projectile into the comet Tempel 1.
Farmer Ants Hire “Mercenary Ants” to Fight Their Battles for Them
Researchers point to the findings as proof that the relationship between some species is far more complex than it seems.
Why Cheap Onions Brought Down the Indian Groupon
Al Jazeera added that Groupon’s stunt is part of a long line of onion-related activism in the country, including many elections fought on surging onion prices.
This Is What a Hurricane in a Lab Looks Like
University of Miami scientists are replicating hurricanes in their laboratories to understand how they propel themselves.
Video by Reuters.
People May Cheat More for the “High” Than Material Gain (VIDEO)
An American Psychological Association study says that people who cheat feel better on average than those who don’t, as long as they think no one else knows.