Fabien Cousteau's Underwater Dream
The grandson of the legendary explorer has a new plan.
Our Brains Really Do Make Lots of Random Decisions
Researchers are identifying areas of the brain that care about randomness -- and areas that don't.
Ancient Chinese Medicine Outright Blocks Sperm From Egg
Regular birth control and Plan B all wrapped up in one method, and without any of the annoying side effects.
The Hallucinogenic Tree That Cures Addiction in One Dose
It's more powerful than ayahuasca but not nearly as well-known.
The Original Norse God Thor Was an Insecure Manchild
How does Chris Hemsowrth's portrayal stack up to the Thor of Norse mythology?
Emotional Jimmy Kimmel Shares Story of Newborn Son's Emergency Surgery
Healthcare, says Kimmel, is bigger than labels like liberal or conservative.
How to Find Your City's March for Science
All the essentials. Almost.
Welcome to the International Church of Cannabis
We all worship in our own ways.
Baby Stars Need "Space Hamburgers" to Grow Big and Strong
Google Earth Just Solved Its Biggest Problem
One-and-done is a thing of the past for Google Earth.
Conniving Scientists Withhold Snacks for Health
Do you really want the candy?
"Indistinguishable Photons" Could Unleash Quantum Computing
Astronomers Found Venus’s Doppelgänger 219 Light-Years Away
Global Warming Is Turning the Arctic Into the Atlantic
Hard to overstate the importance of healthy sea ice.
Maybe That Space Divorce Between Russia and America Won’t Happen Yet
How Wikipedia and Plane Crashes Prove Collective Memory
How does one memory trigger another in the collective consciousness?
Great Apes Helpfully Correct False Beliefs of Humans
How do chimps react when they see you believing something that's false?
Google Just Gave the Inventor of the Web a Million Dollars
Titan Has 300-Foot Electrically Charged Sand Dunes
New Study Regrets to Inform You We May Never Terraform Mars