Exploring bleeding edge experiments, oddities, new and bizarre dicoveries, and fact-checking conspiracy theories since 2008. No question is out of bounds and no topic is too strange for a deep dive.
The universe may be the way it is today because the physics of matter and antimatter work just a bit differently...
When stars get too close to each other the encounters can end in cannibalism, massive explosions, and even parasitic infestations.
One of the biggest questions about the human mind is how it creates consciousness. We may finally have an answer.
Once associated with lefty politics, hipsters, and hippies, wellness influencers and their audiences are taking a sudden right wing turn, and social media may be to blame.
Researchers found that not only do those with money and power think they’re smarter, they’re likely to exaggerate their upward mobility.
An absurd conspiracy embraced by a GOP congresswoman would be funny if she wasn’t serious and if people knew more about how lasers and space solar really work.
Critics of space exploration say we need to fix Earth before aiming for the stars, but science shows that space travel makes you care much more about the planet’s future.
Current economic models and priorities set almost a century ago are obviously failing us today. Can machines help us get back on the right track?
Some of those who claim to be victims fighting against injustice may have much darker motives than they’ll admit, even to themselves…
Offshore wind power’s new weapons in the race for greater energy market share are giant turbines that can power entire towns on their own.