AXA announced a new finding of a gravity anomaly for both the near side and far side of the Moon by using 4-way Doppler observation data from the RSTAR (OKINA) with the main orbiter, the KAGUYA.
The makers of a prosthetic penis to help men cheat on drugs tests have pleaded guilty to two charges of conspiracy in a US federal court. The men ran an internet company known as Puck Technology, which between 2005 and 2008 sold the Whizzinator and a similar device, known as Number One.
What if a sniper could fire a bullet that changed course in mid-flight, to hit its target? The Pentagon is handing out nearly $22 million to try to find out.
A woman is testing out bullet proof glass for her husband. She holds it and puts it in front of her face. I'm not sure that this is a very powerful round, but the lady is nuts.
If last year's numbers are any indication, some 46 million turkeys across America will be trussed up for Thanksgiving dinner this Thursday. That's about 17 percent of all turkeys raised in the United States in a given year. How do turkey farmers meet the huge single-day demand for their birds?
Former U.S. Air Force pilot Milton Torres opens up to CNN about what he says was an encounter with a UFO. Torres, flying from an English air base, said he was ordered "to fire" at a target on a mission over the North Sea in May 1957.
CHINA'S richest man, the $US6 billion, electronics magnate Huang Guangyu, has disappeared from his home into a vortex of speculation about corruption and stock market manipulation. A source close to Mr Huang's company, Gome Electrical Appliances, said his colleagues had no idea where their chairman had gone.
Treatment with paroxetine was associated with increased DNA fragmentation in sperm, according to study results presented at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine 64th Annual Meeting in San Francisco.
That kind of James Bond-style fantasy is actually on the drawing board. U.S. military engineers are trying to design flying robots disguised as insects that could one day spy on enemies and conduct dangerous missions without risking lives.
A Halifax County man was turned away from a local mission when he refused to remove his turban while trying to make a donation. When Gary Khera, went with his wife to the Union Mission on Roanoke Avenue to make a donation, a staffer asked him to remove his turban.