Ahmed Isaac Hassan, Chairman Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission ( IEBC), declares Uhuru Kenyatta duly elected President of Kenya after he garnered 50.07 per cent of votes cast.
Yesterday, John Kerry, US secretary of state, sent a message congratulating Kenyans for voting peacefully...
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The planet itself was discovered in 2009, when it passed by a star blocking the light from the telescope.
Nasa's Tweet this two days ago:
Two million-year-old bones belonging to a creature with both apelike and human traits provide the clearest evidence of evolution's first major step toward modern humans — findings some are calling a potential game-changer.
An analysis of the bones found in South Africa suggests Australopithecus...
More evidence to add to my April 28th article, entitled:
The Human Specie is Hundreds of Millions of Years Old!
The 290 to 248 million years old New Mexico Footprints
In 1987, paleontologist Jerry MacDonald discovered a wide variety of fossilized tracks from several different species of...
The American Dream
April 7, 2011
Is it actually going to happen?* Are we actually going to see “Government Shutdown 2011″?* Will the streets of Washington D.C. soon be eerily quiet as hundreds of thousands of federal workers are temporarily sent home?* Right now Barack Obama, Harry Reid and...
dept of homeland security
finance / economics
internal revenue service
the white house
Dr. Richard Hoover, a very well respected astrobiologist at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, says he has made an extraordinary discovery. In a paper published in the March edition of the Journal of Cosmology.
Hoover says that he has found, inside a rare type of meteorite, the fossilized...
WASHINGTON – Some 11,500 years ago one of America's earliest families laid the remains of a 3-year-old child to rest in their home in what is now Alaska. The discovery of that burial is shedding new light on the life and times of the early settlers who crossed from Asia to the New World...
NASA scientists and their colleagues are now proposing corporate financing for a human mission to Mars. This raises the prospect that a spaceship named the Microsoft Explorer or the Google Search Engine could one day go down in history as the first spaceship to bring humans to the Red Planet...
NASA unveiled a wealth of new data from its planet-seeking Kepler space telescope today (Feb. 2) - observations that significantly increase the number of possible alien planets and identify potential Earth-size worlds, including 54 planets that could be habitable.
To date, more than 500 alien...
NEW YORK – Pandamania in WashingtonChina has agreed to let two pandas stay in the National Zoo for five years. Newsweek's Melinda Liu reports on the panda diplomacy—and the expectation of a new cub. Plus, watch adorable panda videos.
What some Americans and Chinese will see as an important...
Associated Press Darlene Superville And Nancy Benac, Associated Press – 2 mins ago
WASHINGTON – Michelle and Barack Obama welcomed a mix of Hollywood A-listers, big business types and prominent Chinese-Americans to the White House as they threw a "quintessentially American" state dinner...
Scientists have released the largest digital color image of the sky ever made, and it's free to anyone who wants a look.
Researchers with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey-III (SDSS-III) unveiled the image today (Jan. 11) at the 217th meeting of the American Astronomical Society, in Seattle. They...
The best way to measure dark energy just got better
Dark energy is a mysterious force that pervades all space, acting as a "push" to accelerate the Universe's expansion. Despite being 70 percent of the Universe, dark energy was only discovered in 1998 by two teams observing Type 1a supernovae...
NASA's Kepler spacecraft, an observatory originally designed to hunt for alien planets, has stumbled upon an intriguing discovery: a set of triplet stars circling a massive stellar parent.
The new system contains three stars in orbit around each other that sometimes serendipitously align from...
A US study found that Neanderthals, prehistoric cousins of humans, ate grains and vegetables as well as meat, cooking them over fire in the same way homo sapiens did.
The new research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) challenges a prevailing theory that...
They just needed some leg room: New research shows the great dinosaur die-off made way for mammals to explode in size — some more massive than several elephants put together.
The largest land mammal ever: A rhinoceros-like creature, minus the horn, that stood 18 feet tall, weighed roughly 17...
The Smithsonian Institution's National Postal Museum is asking for help in selecting an iconic stamp to represent the United States in an international gallery — and one of its choices celebrates the first moon landing.
You can vote on which stamp best represents America; choices include the...
Scientists have recovered the DNA code of a human relative recently discovered in Siberia, and it delivered a surprise: This relative roamed far from the cave that holds its only known remains.
By comparing the DNA to that of modern populations, scientists found evidence that these...
In an exciting example of international collaboration, a Qatar astronomer teamed with scientists at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and other institutions to discover a new alien world. This "hot Jupiter," named Qatar-1b, adds to the growing...
Stars known as red dwarfs might be far more common than previously thought, enough to triple the total number of stars known in the universe, a new study suggests.
These new findings could also boost the number of planets that could harbor life, astronomers announced today (Dec. 1).