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Earth is the Solar System's only known inhabited planet. Could Venus, if its phosphine signal is real, be our second world with life?
Even the most unorthodox posthumous plans have their own historical, spiritual, and scientific significance.
The Roman Space Telescope will study the expansion of the universe and search for distant planets.
Changing times demand changing leadership principles.
A review of Matthew Engelke's How to Think Like an Anthropologist.
The ways in which humans have divinized technology.
Could future artificial worlds provide the meaning that we need?
The 'Great Polish Map of Scotland' is the coolest map story you've never heard of.
When you're in the hospital, doctors might call the shots on the big decisions, but the quality of your stay is extremely dependent on nurses—particularly their competence and compassion. But what if your nurse just doesn't have time for the compassionate part of caring for you?
Is it a super-secret place for the global el33t? Or is it just a bunch of n00bs masquerading as true h4x0rs?
Documentary offers a surprisingly simple solution to improving medical care.
The red planet is nearby, cool, sunny, and was once potentially habitable. Could it someday be that way again? “It would be great some day to have astronauts in a rover […]
It’s rare to find a galaxy where the arms wrap around even a full 360 degrees. But after billions of years, why is that? “The farther we peer into space, the […]
With superhuman speed, strength and precision, how far could the man of steel hit a baseball? “If I had to choose a superhero to be, I would pick Superman. He’s […]
Who will you put your money on -- Richard Brandson, Jeff Bezos or Elon Musk?
The idea of forgery resonates more than ever today in a culture in which "the open exchange of ideas has been rebranded as piracy."