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‘Like finding a sneeze’: fossil identified as 100m-year-old hagfish – The Guardian

Discovery of slimy sea creature could help settle row over early evolution of vertebrates

How Twitter and Facebook learn private information about you – even if you don’t have an account – Daily Mail

They found that algorithms may be able to infer with 64% accuracy what word a user was most likely to write next, based on what he and the people he interacted most often with had previously published.

Ancient Shark With Spaceship-Shaped Teeth Named After Vintage Video Game – Gizmodo

A newly described freshwater shark from the Cretaceous Period had teeth that resembled the iconic Galaga video game spacefighter. Remarkably, the remains of this shark were found in the same pile of debris that contained Sue the T. rex—the largest and most co…

GALLERY: Borderland residents capture Supermoon – KFOX El Paso

KFOX14 and CBS4 received photographs from those who captured Sunday's Supermoon. On Sunday night, the moon, Earth and sun lined up to create the eclipse, which was visible throughout North and South America, where skies were clear. There won't be another unt…

Watch the Military’s Latest Rocket Launch Carrying a Secret Payload – Gizmodo

Large portions of the U.S. government are shut down, but espionage doesn’t wait for anybody. The U.S. military launched a Delta-IV Heavy rocket on Saturday from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, but its payload is a mystery. Why? Whatever America just …

Greenland’s Melting Ice Nears a ‘Tipping Point,’ Scientists Say – The New York Times

With the Arctic warming rapidly, ice loss in Greenland is accelerating and may soon be a major factor in rising sea levels, according to a new study.

Super blood wolf moon: Stunning photos of the rare celestial event around the globe – ABC News

The super blood wolf moon's reddish hue captivated millions of star-gazers worldwide.

Large earthquakes follow ‘silent slip,’ new OSU research shows – OregonLive

Large quakes appear to follow a short period of “shallow mantle creep” and “seismic swarms,” according to the study.

GALLERY: Alaskans’ POV of the Super Wolf Blood Moon – KTUU.com

Sunday night's Super Wolf Blood Moon was in primetime for a Sunday night -- no getting up in the middle of the night required -- though it did require warm gear as parts of Southcentral Alaska hovered near zero degrees or colder.
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