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Yesterday โ€” April 19th 2018FoxNews SciTech

Treasure island: Rare metals discovery on remote Pacific atoll is worth billions of dollars

By Chris Ciaccia

The discovery of vast reserves of rare-earth elements on a tiny island found in Japan's exclusive economic waters, used in everything from iPhones to missile systems to electric vehicles, has been described as a "game changer."

Rapture prediction for April 23 just latest of kooky doomsday calls

By Elizabeth Llorente

The world will cease to exist on April 23, according to a prediction that has some laughing, some yawning and yet others making preparations that could leave their lives in shambles.

Missing WWII German submarine found after nearly 73 years lost at sea

By Benjamin Brown

A German submarine from World War II, rumored to have transported Nazi leadership and treasurers to South America following the collapse of Berlin, has been found nearly 73 years after being lost at sea.

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Giant group of octopus 'moms' discovered during deep sea expedition: 'It's suicide'

By Jennifer Earl

A group of more than 100 octopus "moms" and their eggs were found clustered about 2 miles below the ocean's surface off the Pacific coast of Costa Rica by a group of scientists during a deep-sea expedition.

Green moon hoax goes viral ahead of April 20

By Jennifer Earl

Claims that a green moon would be visible for the first time in 420 years on April 20 went viral on Facebook this week — and scientists are ready to set the record straight.

Scientists investigating a plastic-eating microbe accidentally improved it

By Rob Quinn

Some rare good news in the fight against plastic pollution: Scientists working with a plastic-eating microbe discovered in Japan two years ago accidentally created a mutant enzyme that sounds like an environmentalist's dream, the Guardian reports.

Haunting Titanic photo shows disaster victim's burial at sea

By Chris Ciaccia

A rare photograph of a burial ceremony for a victim of the Titanic disaster is going up for auction this weekend, 106 years after the ill-fated ocean liner sank in the Atlantic, with more than 1,500 of its 2,224 passengers perishing.

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