Richard Dawkins is perhaps the world’s preeminent voice in one of our weightiest debates—‘how did we get here?’ So, how does the spearhead of modern atheism feel we are doing […]
500 sheep were slaughtered to produce the 2,060 pages of the "Codex Amiatinus," a Latin translation of the Bible.
An independent researcher looks into why there's such strong opposition to her research.
Presidential gravesites are spread out “democratically” — but this is more by accident than design.
A lucky discovery involving lithium-sulfur batteries has a legitimate chance to revolutionize how we power our world.
Frank Lloyd Wright captured serenity in his masterpiece, Fallingwater, but his egotistical tendencies made life for others anything but serene.
From high school through the professional ranks, physicists never tire of Newton's second law.
What qualifies someone for the top position in American government?
We’re Earth’s first intelligent, technologically advanced civilization. But maybe not the last. For most of our planet’s history, life in some form has existed on our world. Planet Earth formed some […]
On May 4, 1970, the National Guard shot and killed four students during an anti-war protest. The massacre went on to change American culture forever.
Half a billion people were infected.
Research explains the positive impact and health benefits of children spending more time in nature.
Within the next billion years, the Magellanic Clouds might merge with our galaxy. But the new stars are already here. Within the Milky Way, there are only a few instances of […]
Austro-Japanese aristocrat Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi later concentrated on plans for Pan-Europe.
Schadenfreude has always been with us.
Spending between 120–300 minutes per week in nature shown to increase wellbeing.
Sobering accounts from one of the most pivotal battles in world history.
Who were the most divisive Americans?
It's not what you have, it's what you do with it.
Hawking, who died in March, answers questions like "Is there a God?" and "Is time travel possible?" in his final book, which is available today.
Is it ever okay to believe in things we consider to be impossible or extremely improbable?
If most people knew the details, they might feel very differently about the games.
The results of two human clinical trials involving elderly patients suffering from frailty showed no adverse side effects and “remarkable” physical improvement.