A new discovery of organic molecules in Martian sediment doesn’t prove there was life on the red planet. But it does help build the case for it.
by Greg Fish on 09.18.2022
Governments are no longer just interested in controlling social media narratives with bots and premium content. They’re now reaching for new laws.
by Greg Fish on 09.17.2022
A physicist who keeps making wild claims about alien technology and in the solar system now claims there are parts of an alien spaceship in the Pacific Ocean.
by Greg Fish on 09.11.2022
Some of the largest galaxies in the cosmos aren’t creating new stars. Now scientists finally think they know why.
by Greg Fish on 09.07.2022
We keep seeing artificial intelligence do more and more impressive things. But the most impressive thing it can do next is to fit in our hands.
by Greg Fish on 09.05.2022
Bioengineering company Colossal wants to bring back the wooly mammoth and the thylacine. But could they actually do it? And most importantly, should they?
by Greg Fish on 09.01.2022
In a quest for productivity from remote workers, companies are creating a totalitarian nightmare in which computers police employees’ every second.
by Greg Fish on 08.24.2022
Police are starting to use newborns’ blood samples in criminal investigations involving their parents, alarming privacy advocates and legal scholars.
by Greg Fish on 08.17.2022
Writing, animation, and illustration, things that used to be uniquely human, are now being invaded by artificial intelligence. So, what’s next for creatives?
by Greg Fish on 08.14.2022
A newly proposed technique for 3D printing human organs and fighting aging requires your embryonic clone. But just for a little bit.
by Greg Fish on 08.12.2022