For 55 hours, not a speck of coal was used to toast crumpets in England. How did the U.K. give up the dirtiest fossil fuel?
A little peek into our past reveals tantalizing details.
It's not a solution yet, but perhaps the start of one.
Space X successfully launches TESS, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite a.k.a. "The Planet Hunter." NASA will use it to search for planets that may support extraterrestrial life.
No, really. This stuff is getting pushed out as “fact.”
What seems like sorcery is actually smart science.
It's the most popular class of all time at the university—and it's now available free of charge.
“In modern politics, even the leader of the free world needs help from the sultan of Facebookistan.” ― Rebecca MacKinnon
One of the latest things that has people all abuzz is the claim that Buzz Aldrin saw “an L-shaped object” when he went to the moon.
Those recent tax breaks for the extremely wealthy might just have a new place to be spent.