Inspired by techniques from molecular gastronomy, the Ooho is a magical way to have your bottled water and eat it, too. Just maybe bring a towel. (RT @FastCoExist: This edible blob is a water bottle without the plastic.
With climate change now a reality weather extremes occur on a more regular basis, but there are still some pretty rare natural wonders to look out for. May we present to you our take on meteorological madness!
For billions of years, the history of life has been written with just four letters — A, T, C and G, the labels given to the DNA subunits contained in all organisms. That alphabet has just grown longer, researchers announce, with the creation of...
190 million years ago, something scampered across the desert sands that today straddle Colorado and Utah. The footprints were captured from above, recording the trace motions of a creature long gone by.
Swirl water in a cup, and the water will move to the outer edge of the cup. Sometimes, when you swirl hard enough, it will actually start "climbing" the walls of the cup, as the water collects at the outer edge.
One fact that paleontologists have always agreed upon is that the dinosaurs are all dead. Beyond that, there's been plenty of room for disagreement—especially concerning the cause of the giant reptiles' extinction.
"Fairy circles" that form in the arid grasslands of Namibia have baffled scientists for decades. In the latest attempt to explain the cause of these mysterious circular patches, a group of researchers turned to aerial images.
Titled Archaeology, Anthropology and Interstellar Communication and edited by SETI Director of Interstellar Message Composition Douglas Vakoch, the document draws on "issues at the core of contemporary archaeology and anthropology" to prepare us...
With the plethora of mysteries in genre, lately, we've seen a lot of red herrings on screen. Were you aware that, for a long time, the origin of the phrase "red herring" was itself a red herring? We'll tell you where the phrase really comes from.
Looking at a photo of Hemeroplanes triptolemus, nine out of ten people would swear it’s a snake. But look closer, and you’ll realize there’s something peculiar about it – the body is unusually short and ends abruptly with a large reptilian head.
Philosophy goes where hard science can't, or won't . Philosophers have a license to speculate about everything from metaphysics to morality, and this means they can shed light on some of the basic questions of existence.
When you think of Atlantic cod, you probably think of a strip of fish, battered and fried. But new research suggests that the fish might be able to use tools, and that might cause us to rethink how we evaluate tool use in other animals.
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