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The Industrial Revolution changed music forever, thanks to a combination of technological advances and clever entrepreneurs.
Many first-hand accounts from the golden age of piracy were grossly embellished, meaning it's extremely difficult to separate Blackbeard the legend from Edward Thatch the person.
The truth is out there.
If we succeed in contacting them, will that seal humanity’s doom? One of the most wondrous questions of all concerns our place in the Universe. After 13.8 billion years of […]
Even after our merger with Andromeda, we might retain our spiral shape for trillions of years. You probably don’t think about it very often, but the Milky Way galaxy won’t remain […]
It's a common misconception that to be a Stoic is to be in possession of a stiff upper lip.
We’re still not sure what the ultimate question is. Here are 5 excellent candidates. One of the most amusing stories in all of science fiction is Douglas Adams’ The Hitchhiker’s […]
Despite being raised in a screen-lit world, today's children make and maintain friendships as well as past generations.
He's also credited by some as having coined the phrase "user-friendly."
The answer depends on how we choose to balance religious freedom, social inclusion, and the search for self-identity.
The BYP Network is shining light on overlooked talent in certain industries.
Are these two words interchangeable?
Saving money doesn't mean sacrificing quality of life; in fact, it can be a way to improve it.
How did psychedelics and computers converge?
FOIA release sheds light on the DOD's own struggle to understand UFOs.
The art of correct grammar and perfect punctuation is a skill that many writers struggle to grasp. Whether you are writing a blog, novel, an, APA outline, or a job […]
Some scientists feel that the attacks on U.S. embassy workers in Cuba and China were carried out by secret microwave weapons. Others think that’s just silly.
Senator John Sidney McCain III, who died Saturday, Aug. 25, 2018 at the age of 81, is lying in state in the Rotunda of the United States Capitol.
A new report charges that there hasn’t yet been enough concerted research on what makes a person become a mass shooter.
Mentally ill people far more likely to be the victims of mass shootings, than the perpetrators of them
How do we even define mental illness?
Conspiracy theorists are using social media to call shooting vicitms “crisis actors.” Here’s what that means
A certain kind of conspiracy theory keeps popping up after every recent mass shooting, and social media is making it easier to spread than ever before.
Survivors of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida are demanding that lawmakers in Washington take action on gun control measures.
Did you know the U.S. is actually almost half empty?
DEFCON hackers find it’s really easy to hack U.S. voting machines.
Should there be a ceiling to the ambitions of Silicon Valley? It seems like a decisive “no,” according to the people who want to build new societies online, atop the ocean, and on Mars.
How can we stop extinction? One solution scientists have been developing for decades is de-extinction — the process of resurrecting extinct species through genetic engineering.
Biologists debate adding a controversial new aspect to the understanding of evolution.
Professor Douglas Melton takes a look at the basis for regenerative medicine, the human body’s ability to divide, grow, and specialize cells.
The World was supposed to be finished years ago. But the financial crisis of 2008 slowed construction. Work now has resumed on the artificial archipelago off Dubai. However, changing plans […]