science

Will a New Flesh-Eating Plant Invade Texas?
Up to this point, the largest carnivorous plant in East Texas has been the "Sarracenia alata," known as the pale pitcher or yellow trumpet plant. But a new discovery has us wondering if another carnivorous plant is on its way.
Prehistoric Chainsaw Massacre
The thought of a man eating, chew-you-up-and-turn-you-into sea poo brand of Great White is frightening enough to keep us out of the ocean during spring break; however, scientists say that the sharks of our time are goldfish in comparison to this fiendish 25-foot chainsaw-toothed, prehistoric killer known as Helicoprion.
Fire In The Sky
Russia was rocked by explosions Friday morning as a meteor shower lit up the sky, leaving hundreds of people injured - many by broken glass. One massive meteorite above the country's Ural Mountains is estimated to have weighed close to 10 tons and to have been traveling at a speed of about 33,000 mph when it shattered somewhere between 18 to 32 miles above the earth...
Close Call
Seventeen-thousand miles might not sound particularly close at first listen, but when it comes to a gigantic rock the size of half a football field, it's a bit scarier.