What were the first organisms to have sex? We may never know the answer, but as Bill Nye explains in this Big Think interview, scientists are very interested in why sexual activity remains so popular in nature...
Jason Silva, host of National Geographic Channel’s "Brain Games," calls marijuana legalization a huge win for civilization.
Arianna Huffington describes what she calls "the third women's revolution": a transformation of the world and its social values in order to suit both genders.
Clickbait and viral content may be fascinating or annoying depending on your perspective as an e-consumer, but to internet researchers the phenomenon is the stuff of scientific wonder.
Personal and professional growth should not be treated as a chore. Instead, derive joy from your betterment efforts by treating them as play.
The massive damage humans have done to the natural world has provoked a backlash that could be just as dangerous, or more. There is a growing global rejection of technology and almost anything human-made in...
Brian Henson’s latest show is derived from early memories of watching his dad off-set with the Muppets.
A science background helped Brian Henson create his first scene ever in “The Great Muppet Caper.”
Jim Henson knew the value of letting people make mistakes.
A look at the process of bringing a puppet to life.
Puppetry is one of the oldest art forms, and its effect can't be replicated with 3D digital animation.
Brian Henson talks about growing up with stuffed siblings.