A USGS study shows wastewater disposal in oil and gas production can cause minor earthquakes and tremors. Induced seismicity is real, says Mark W. Kaelin. Here’s why — and how.
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Find out how the Telstar I satellite revolutionized global communications in July 1962 in this Early History of Satellites infographic.
The experts all agree it will be the coldest Super Bowl ever played. Climate Code Red and our David Michaelis help explain why.
CIGS tech is behind the latest generation of plastic solar panels — they’re thin, lightweight, flexible and capable of staying charged even when you’re off the grid. Check out Alfred Poor’s EnerPlex video here.
It’s the return of the Mini Moon — Mini Moon 2014. Here’s how and when to see It January 15, 2014. And what is this apogee all about, anyway?
Nano robots and computer chips will soon become part of your body with Synbio. The next bio innovation? You could live to be 150 years old.
Nov. 23, 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of the first Doctor Who episode. Check out this Doctor Who Timeline Infographic for Who-ish triviata, plus videos. The first episode was delayed slightly by the BBC’s coverage of the Nov. 22, 1963 assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy, but there’s no stopping it now …
Our Todd Townsend does a deep dive on the latest thinking around tech utopias and floating cities. It’s aNewDomainTV
On November 3, 2013, some earthlings will get a real treat — a glimpse at the rare ansular hybrid solar eclipse 2013. It’ll happen Nov 3, 2013. Check out what cities will be able to view it here.
NASA is down, PRISM is up. The US Government Shutdown infographic explains the Oct 1 2013 shutdown. Here’s why John C. Dvorak thinks NASA’s shutdown screen is bogus. And why JPL’s news about natural plastics found by the Saturn probe Cassini is still up.