From Virginia to New York, dolphins are dying at seven times the normal rate, with at least 124 strandings reported since July, wildlife officials reported Thursday. In response to the die-off, the... Read More
The age of alchemy is upon us. Scientists have figured out a way to turn used coffee grounds into drinkable alcohol. In the journal LWT - Food Science and Technology, the team of Spanish and... Read More
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A photographer in Colorado has captured rare images of sprite lightning, hard-to-observe electrical bursts that occur high in the atmosphere, on a flight above Boulder. Jason Ahrns was flying on a... Read More
A raging bull, seemingly no longer content to be the plaything of our decadent ways, broke loose at the Dakota County Fair Wednesday evening, injuring eight people on its rampage.
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Beating out Islamabad, Pakistan, in a poll of 46,000 respondents, Newark, New Jersey, was rated as the most unfriendly city in the world. In a scathing review, Conde Nast Traveler reported that... Read More