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Question Your World: How Can the Internet Be Faster?

Remember dial-up internet? Those soothing sounds of modems humming and buzzing into the night were many people’s first memories of internet access. A lot has changed since then and like any other technology it will continue to evolve. From slow dial up speeds to the current mobile access devices the internet speeds have been enhanced quite a bit in the past few decades, but can we pick up the pace even more? How can the internet be faster?

Former Commander of SR-71 Blackbird Squadron Visits Newest Arrival at the Science Museum of Virginia

Colonel Joe Kinego, former Commander of the Air Force’s SR-71 Blackbird Squadron, recently visited the Science Museum of Virginia to talk about his one hundred plus missions during the Cold War, in what was probably the most remarkable plane ever built.

Creatures of Light

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 3:02pm -- WCVE

On a summer’s night, there’s nothing more magic than watching the soft glow of fireflies switching on and off. Fireflies seem special because so few other life forms on land can light up the night.

But in the dark depths of the oceans, it’s a different story: nearly 90% of all species shine from within. Whether it’s to scare off predators, fish for prey or lure a mate, the language of light is everywhere in the ocean depths, and scientists are finally starting to decode it.

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