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Russian Billionaire Donates $100 Million In Search For E.T.

Russian billionaire, Yuri Milner, has donated $100 million to the search for E.T. or extraterrestrial life.
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Failed Strut Likely Caused SpaceX Rocket To Explode, Elon Musk Says

The Falcon 9 rocket was carrying supplies to the International Space Station when it exploded June 28. Musk, the SpaceX CEO, said that going forward, the company would individually test each strut.
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Los Angeles Angels Experience First Rainout At Home In 20 Years

The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim were supposed to play the Boston Red Sox on Sunday night. Instead, the Angels experienced their first rainout at a home game in 20 years.
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The Ancient City Where People Decided To Eat Chickens

Chicken bones unearthed in Israel may mark a turning point in human cuisine: They could be the earliest evidence of people raising chickens for food, rather than cockfighting or use in ceremonies.
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Why The Pig Is The Most Loved And Most Loathed Animal On The Plate

As long as pigs have existed, humans have weighed desire for their meat against disgust for how the animals lived and what they ate. Today we have fresh cause for worry about how pigs are living.
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Intelligent Life In Our Galaxy? Stephen Hawking Says 'We Must Know'

Hawking's project will explore over 10 times more sky than previous programs.
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Scientists Say They Can Read Your Mind, And Prove It With Pictures

Scientists say they can now download signals from your brain — and translate them back into a picture that you saw. The images aren't crystal clear, but you can make out what's going on.
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Marking 40 Years Since Apollo-Soyuz Mission And The First Handshake In Space

The joint U.S.-Soviet mission was a stepping stone to today's International Space Station.
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WATCH: Surfer In South Africa Narrowly Escapes Shark

During a World Surf League competition in Jeffreys Bay that was broadcast live on television, Australian surfer Mick Fanning has a heart-stopping moment.

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Alzheimer's Drugs In The Works Might Treat Other Diseases, Too

By targeting the process that creates toxic clumps of protein in brain cells, scientists hope to help not just Alzheimer's patients, but perhaps also people with Lewy body dementia and Parkinson's.

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