The Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
Kaikaifilu hervei was as long as a five-story building is tall. See the human for scale.
Credit: Otero, R.A. et al, Cretaceous Research. 2016.

Each week we uncover the most interesting and informative articles around, here are 10 of the coolest stories in Science this week.

Mysterious Unidentified Object Crashes in Myanmar: A strange metal object that looks like it may have come from an aircraft or rocket launcher has landed in Myanmar. [Full Story]

It's Just a Phase: The Supermoon Won't Drive You Mad: The moon holds a mystical place in the history of human culture, so it's no wonder that many myths exist. [Full Story]

New Record! Robot Solves Rubik's Cube in Less Than a Second: It achieved the best time in the approximately 30 years that have passed since the cube was invented. [Full Story]

What Will a Trump Presidency Mean for Science? President-elect Donald Trump is likely to affect science when he comes into office next year, with the potential to change everything from climate change action and the Keystone pipeline to sex education and fetal tissue research. [Full Story]

Diver Finds Long-Lost Nuke While Hunting Sea Cucumbers: A diver hunting for sea cucumbers in British Columbia, Canada, came across what may be the United States' first lost nuclear weapon, or 'broken arrow.' [Full Story]

Oldest Beer Brewed from Shipwreck's 220-Year-Old Yeast Microbes: Yeast microbes from the world's oldest bottle of beer — a 220-year-old bottle found in one of Australia's earliest shipwrecks — are being used to create a new, modern beer with the characteristic taste of the 18th-century brew. [Full Story]

3 More States Legalize Recreational Use of Marijuana: How the Map Looks Now: Voters in California, Massachusetts and Nevada decided yesterday (Nov. 8) to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in their states. [Full Report]

Newfound Ancient 'Sea Monster' Is Largest Yet from Antarctica: About 66 million years ago, an ancient sea monster the height of a five-story office building once gnashed its sharp teeth as it swam around the dark waters of Antarctica, a new study finds. [Full Story]

Breast Cancer: The First Sign Isn't Always a Lump: Women with breast cancer that shows up with symptoms other than a breast lump delay seeing a doctor. [Full Story]

Stranger Pings: Weird Noise Coming from Arctic Seafloor: The Canadian Department of National Defence was informed of the strange noises and investigated the ping's origin, to no avail. [Full Story]

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