Science news of the week:
Archaeologists working in Guatemala have discovered a 1,300 year-old year-old Maya text
Scientists at CERN announced on July 4 that they have discovered a new subatomic particle which might be the Higgs Boson
A prototype for a flying car – the Terrafugia Transition – has successfully completed its phase one flight testing
On June 29, a violent wind storm system – called a derecho – advanced eastward across Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, the District of Columbia, Maryland, and in parts of New Jersey
Song of the week:
My Education’s “ROBOTER-HôHLENBEWOHNER” from their upcoming release A Drink for All My Friends, available via Kickstarter.
This week’s featured stories:
Higgs Boson? Jorge Salazar speaks with CalTech physicist Harvey Newman about the announcement this week from CERN that scientist may have discovered the long-sought Higgs boson.
Titan’s Ocean Jorge speaks with Dr. Iess about the discovery of liquid oceans on Saturn’s huge moon Titan.
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