The cause of the recent uptick in radiation is unknown, but speculation about another catastrophe at Chernobyl is hyperbolic.
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Everyone has pondered what they would do with an extra hour a day. Would they get more sleep or spend more time with family? Spend time on a side project […]
Finland's educational system was driven by a culture that supports a strong social contract, one the United States currently lacks.
To little notice, an advisory commission charged with figuring out a permanent solution for America’s nuclear waste has issued a new approach for siting a waste repository that just […]
Spicy foods are enjoyed the world over, but scientists don't know why people partake in culinary masochism.
Did fire change the development of the human brain?
On Sept. 2, a fire spread through Rio de Janeiro’s National Museum, devouring the historic building and most of its 20 million culturally and scientifically important items. We look at nine priceless artifacts and collections likely lost in the blaze.
There are many strange instances of marketing and holiday traditions coming together. Let's be more alert in 2017.
A wrap-up of the weekend's volcano news, including undersea volcanoes in Greece, images of the June eruptions at Anak Krakatau, video of the Kilauea lava lake and news on the passing of the founder of the Global Volcanism Program, Tom Simkin.
Enough time and thought has been spent on the philandering of Tiger Woods, so I don’t want to follow the crowd. From my visual perspective, the most interesting part of […]