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Mars One might be imploding under its own hype but that doesn't mean we can't learn from its ability to tap into people's desire to explore.
The future of meat isn't exactly not meat, at least not yet. But there is one way we could convince at least some people to start eating meat that doesn't come from an animal...
The idea that sexual abuse and careers in porn go hand in hand isn't true according to a survey of adult performers. But the context of the findings and public reactions to them are still quite unsettling.
Satoshi Kanawaza is back and he's as lazy, sexist, and racist as ever while pretending to be a victim.
A study shows that the further we're personally removed from a harmful or even lethal action, the easier we can rationalize its execution.
Contrary to popular belief, the Apollo program wasn't all that popular when it was underway.
If we're going to go to Mars and do it right, we should be ready for the price tag.
Academics and STEM industries are worried that financial firms are making offers the graduates they need can't refuse with serious repercussions for the rest of society.
A new way of creating positrons hints at a potential shortcut towards antimatter engines. But we're still a long way off from such spacecraft...
Scientists around the world are competing to answer the question of how heavy an atom can be before physics steps in.