ICYMI: Five must-read stories of the week
Friday, June 13, 2014, 6:00 AM - Another week has buzzed by and now it's time to dive deep and bring your attention to the most popular (and bizarre) stories that made headlines this week.
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Most organisms on Earth just don't live as long as we do, even if they manage to avoid being a meal for something faster than them. But, like most things, there are exceptions. And in the natural world, exceptions REALLY have a habit of standing out.
When the words "warp drive" show up in a story, it's natural for ones thoughts to immediately turn to Star Trek. However, this concept might not stay in the realm of science fiction for long, and the IXS Enterprise, shown here from Dutch 3D artist and 'Starship Designer' Mark Rademaker, might just be the ship that sees fantasy turned into reality.
Large, unflattering, virtual goggles aren’t what you would normally associate fashion's front-row elite with, but that soon may change.
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Come June 23, American fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg (DVF) and online high-end retailer Net-a-Porter will make a new assortment of Google Glass available for luxury female consumers.
What's more frightening than a 3-metre-long Great White Shark roaming around your coastline? The 4.5-metre-long 'super-predator' shark that ate it!
Without giving too much away, check out one of the most popular stories of the week.
A Tuesday presentation at the Goldschmidt Geochemistry Conference in Sacramento, California suggests that the Earth and the Moon are much older than previously thought.
The new research argues that the timing of the impact between Earth's ancestor and the planet-sized body that created our earth and moon occurred about 40 million years after the solar system began to form.
That means the Earth's formation is how old?
Check out the full story here.