Was the hamburger menu always so ubiquitous?
Night owl or early bird?
As the saying goes: “Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional”.
Genetic analysis reveals that a specimen collected in 2019 is the same subspecies as one caught more than a century earlier.
Men with one older brother are 12% more likely to enter a same-sex union than those with a sister.
In hell, we assume a position of moral superiority, looking down over the sinners and the poor decisions that led them to this wretched place. In heaven, Dante is looking down upon us.
This map of Hutterite colonies in North America says something about religion and evolution — and more precisely, speciation.
Forget little green men: These scientists say we should be more worried about little green germs.
"I suddenly woke up one day and thought, you idiot, you are letting your life fade away, you have got to do something."
He wear no shoeshine, he got toe-jam football...
“What am I missing?” is a question that journalist Mónica Guzmán thinks more people should start asking.
Revolutionary techniques for understanding brain functions in animals could soon help us understand how emotions guide our lives.
82% of professionals say they'd take a lower-paying job to work for an organization with more ethical business practices. This is just one of the reasons to offer ethics training for employees.
It doesn't matter how ridiculous a lie is. As long as it is repeated often enough, some people will believe it.
Humans are already so integrated with technology that the dream of transhumanism is a reality. Can we handle what comes next?
Your subjective experience might not end the moment your heart stops, research on near-death experiences suggests.
If there really is another version of you out there in a parallel universe, what can that teach us about reality?
People tend to reflexively assume that fun events – like vacations – will go by really quickly.
The study found that people who spoke the same language tended to be more closely related despite living far apart.
Solving the supply chain crisis before the global economy tanks is going to require many creative approaches. Flexport’s Ryan Petersen has one that just might work.
Chess was once blamed for triggering mental health problems, including suicide and even murder. Today, the same is said of video games.
The biology behind your office's air conditioning war.
Are the stellar remnants in our cosmic backyard actually our parents and grandparents?