Do you get the feeling a certain Dave Matthews Band song will get played about 5 million times today?
- The NASA satellite UARS is expected to crash to Earth this afternoon, but where will it hit? (Christian Science Monitor)
- A pillar of physics and Einstein’s theory of relativity may have been refuted. (Huffington Post)
- Here’s an interesting theory as to why Chinese stink bugs nearly disappeared this year. (TreeHugger)
- A new map reveals the most biodiverse place on Earth, and it’s already threatened by oil. (Mongabay)
- A newly discovered plant in Brazil bends down to bury its own seeds. (BBC)
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