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Saturday, October 3, 2015
Volcanoes, asteroid wiped out dinosaurs: study
A massive asteroid strike 66 million years ago triggered a string of potent volcanic eruptions that spelled doom for the dinosaurs, U.S. researchers said Thursday.
Friday, October 2, 2015
The Titanic's last lunch menu, saved by a first-class passenger who climbed aboard a lifeboat whose crew was said to have been bribed to row away instead of rescue more people, sold at auction for US$88,000 on Wednesday.
Earth is on track for average warming of 2.7 degrees Celsius by 2100, outstripping the U.N. target, said an analysis Thursday of country pledges for curbing climate-altering greenhouse gas emissions.
Google's driverless car drivers ride a career less traveled
After a friend recommended that he join a secret Google project six years ago, Brian Torcellini suddenly found himself on the road to an occupational oxymoron. He became a driver in a driverless car.
Ancient grave in Greece honored Alexander's pal
An opulent underground monument in northern Greece that caused a stir when excavated last year may have been a symbolic grave -- but not the final resting place of -- the closest friend and general of ancient warrior-king Alexander the Great, the excavator claimed Wednesday.
Can music tame the savage beast? Can it hush puppies and calm kitties?
A new study might help the push for regulations to limit nicotine in cigarettes. Smokers who switched to special low-nicotine ones wound up smoking less and were more likely to try to quit, researchers found.
Thursday, October 1, 2015
Tossed aside as outdated junk by some, old videogames such as Donkey Kong and Pac-Man are now getting a new lease of life in Tokyo's vibrant Akihabara district, as growing numbers of die-hard fans seek out vintage classics to relive their youth.
A New York auction of American coins from 1792 to the 1830s fetched US$26 million on Wednesday.
Britain will attempt to carry out its first womb transplants after a clinical trial enabling 10 women to undergo the procedure was approved, doctors said Wednesday.
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