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Has physicist's gravity theory solved 'impossible' dark energy riddle?

Has physicist's gravity theory solved 'impossible' dark energy riddle?

Cosmologists don’t enter their profession to tackle the easy questions, but there is one paradox that has reached staggering proportions. Since the big bang, the universe has been expanding, but the known laws of physics suggest that the inward tug of gravity should be slowing down this expansion. In reality, though, the universe is ballooning at an

Saturn's mysterious moon could support alien life thanks to this new discovery

Saturn's mysterious moon could support alien life thanks to this new discovery

close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for Jan. 24 Fox News Flash top headlines for Jan. 24 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com Saturn's moon Enceladus has an even better chance of supporting extraterrestrial life than previously thought: researchers have discovered its oceans are more complex than first believed. The moon's oceans

The kids' climate lawsuit isn't dead yet

The kids' climate lawsuit isn't dead yet

Even though judges tossed out his big case last week, lawyer Phillip Gregory, who represents 21 youth in an unprecedented climate lawsuit against the U.S. government, was in a superb mood Thursday morning. "I'm doing amazing," said Gregory. The case, for now, is not allowed to go to trial. But Gregory isn't the least bit dour, because both he and his

Ancient rock carvings show procession of gods riding mythical animals

Ancient rock carvings show procession of gods riding mythical animals

close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for Jan. 24 Fox News Flash top headlines for Jan. 24 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com Archaeologists in Iraq have unearthed stunning rock carvings showing an Assyrian king paying tribute to his gods with a procession of mythical creatures. The carvings, which are almost 3,000 years old, were

Incredible pictures show 'fattest squirrel in the UK' and it can't stop eating

Incredible pictures show 'fattest squirrel in the UK' and it can't stop eating

close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for Jan. 24 Fox News Flash top headlines for Jan. 24 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com Sometimes you feel like a nut. Sometimes you don't. A photographer in the U.K. snapped pictures of what's been described as possibly "the fattest squirrel in the U.K." And the minuscule mammal can't stop eating

Four species of shark that WALK along ocean floor discovered by scientists

Four species of shark that WALK along ocean floor discovered by scientists

FOUR new species of shark that use their fins to walk along the seabed have been discovered by scientists. The ornately patterned sharks scuttle in shallow reefs off the coast of Australia in search of small prey, such as crabs. Conservation International The leopard epaulette shark, one of four new species of walking shark discovered by scientists[/caption]

Boston Dynamics hands Spot the robot dog over to Adam Savage for training     - CNET

Boston Dynamics hands Spot the robot dog over to Adam Savage for training - CNET

GIF by Leslie Katz/CNET Boston Dynamics ' dog-like robot Spot Mini can walk , climb, run, jump, carry heavy loads , open doors , do backflips and dance . Former MythBusters host Adam Savage just got one of his own, and he wants to see what he can do with it now that the Spot Software Development Kit (SDK) that allows for customizing the robot is publicly

Did asteroid that hit Australia help thaw ancient 'snowball Earth'?

Did asteroid that hit Australia help thaw ancient 'snowball Earth'?

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists have identified Earth’s oldest-known impact crater, and in doing so may have solved a mystery about how our planet emerged from one of its most dire periods. Researchers have determined that the 45-mile-wide (70-km-wide) Yarrabubba crater in Australia formed when an asteroid struck Earth just over 2.2 billion years