Remember that California mom who sued Nutella maker Ferrero over misleading advertising that made the addictive and gooey chocolate-hazelnut spread seem healthy?
Take a look at this picture:
Those same coils — the ones that look like the side of a snail — are also found on the Big Island of Hawaii, which were formed by lava flows.
As Wired reports, the difference is that some of the Martian coils are 100 feet across — giant compared the Earth-bound ones.
Still scientists found that they are "morphologically consistent with terrestrial lava coils."
Originally published on Thu April 26, 2012 12:51 pm
If you buy your own health insurance, there's nearly a 1 in 3 chance that come this summer you'll get a nice little surprise in the mail: money back from your health insurance company.
At least that's the prediction from an analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Originally published on Thu April 26, 2012 12:54 pm
A district judge ruled that Florida Gov. Rick Scott cannot mandate random drug testing for state employees.
Originally published on Wed May 23, 2012 7:51 am
The massive Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival came to a close in California on Sunday after two weekends worth of sold-out shows by over 150 artists.
One of those acts was the Austin, Texas, band Explosions in the Sky, which first played Coachella back in 2007 and has seen its profile grow since then.