Have you ever stopped to think about how we keep time? Ever wonder why Easter changes dates every year? Well, let us tell you a little story about the Gregorian Calendar.
This is the first study to link blood sugar levels, even among prediabetics, with cognitive decline.
Why are the prices of cryptocurrencies so volatile? Are initial coin offerings (ICOs) worth your investment? Bitcoin and other digital currencies created an entirely new market with its own rules.
The Vatican puts the number of Catholics in the world at 1.2 billion. But is that number accurate? And who do they count among their ranks?
Half of Holland does not wash hands after going to the bathroom. The Bosnians are the cleanest Europeans.
Generally people drink to either increase positive emotions or decrease negative ones.
Trying to figure out the meaning of life? Here are a few thoughts on the subject from some very famous American philosophers.
A new form of light has been discovered.
In 2017, renewable energies accounted for 18 percent of the total power contributed to the electrical grid in the U.S. – the highest level ever.
Symptoms ranging from chest pressure, nausea, irritability and restlessness still affect American embassy workers some 200+ days after the attack.
A first-ever study looks at how sibling bullying leads to the development of psychotic disorders later in life.
A new quiz by the University of California reveals just how much carbon your diet is creating.
Inventor Nikola Tesla's work at Niagara Falls may be his most direct and lasting contribution to our lives.
Worldwide studies are suggesting that children would much rather pretend to be grown-ups than pretend to be fantasy figures like Elsa or Spider-Man.
What do Finland, religious animals, the American economy, fish, and Walmart have in common? They were all part of our comments of the week. Did you make the cut?
Studies indicate that most guns are owned by a small amount of Americans, while the majority's views on gun control issues are ignored by lawmakers.
80% of solar radiation is absorbed by the atmosphere. This team has found a way to tap into the rest.
Once the permafrost thaws, it's the beginning of the end for the aquatic food chain.
Figure skating has a lot to do with physics, and here’s what we mean. Also, what’s the difference between all those figure-skating jumps?
A bracing splash of cold Laphroaig in the face of some of our biggest misconceptions, from historian Niall Ferguson.