It’s been awhile since the entire seaboard has been preoccupied with preparing for one weather system to make landfall.
Bacteria growth amid the extreme conditions in northern Argentina’s Lake Diamante bodes well for the possibility of life on Mars, according to a new report.
The agency’s Kepler spacecraft has spent the past few months searching for Earth-sized planets outside the current solar system. Mission accomplished.
They’re stuck alone, in the dark, in a tight, cramped space for perhaps as long another four months. The 33 trapped Chilean miners might have become unwitting terranauts, but now they’re going to get a hand from the U.S. space program.
Forget the ‘static kill.’ A new study shows that bacteria, not brains, are helping accelerate the oil spill recovery.
DNA samples taken from Adolf Hitler’s relatives show that the Nazi leader might have been of Jewish descent.
Surreal story of the day: On August 16th 1951, the southern French town of Pont-Saint-Esprit was brought to a standstill when its people suddenly began to suffer horrific hallucinations. How in the world could the CIA have …
Scientists have long speculated gleefully about animal homosexuality. Some animals, like albatrosses, form lifelong homosexual relationships; others, like bonobos, step out on their partners and mate with anything that moves, …
Don’t tell this dude.
Hey everybody, a sloth in the London Zoo doesn’t want to mate. Let’s all stare at him!
Remember reading about those government estimates saying most of the oil in the Gulf of Mexico from the Deepwater Horizon spill has just sort of vanished? That’s probably wrong.