Ned Dymoke was born in Oxford, England, in 1984. He has written for Esquire, Playboy, and Interview magazine. He lives in Nashville with his wife and dog.
Will moisture farming be the next big cash crop of the 21st century?
It happens every once in a great while: the 'Kids' come down from their lofty peak and tell the elders what they think is "cool."
Looking for some fresh real estate? Somewhere not too crowded, far away from the hustle and bustle of the big city? Well then look no further than GJ 1132b, a new planet just 39 light years away.
It might surprise you that the majority of items in American supermarkets are owned by about 10 companies.
Take a look down. Chances are, you're looking at a lopsided tangle of bad technique.
It was the first time the bomb was deployed in battle, which has the dubious distinction of being the biggest non-nuclear bomb in the American military arsenal.
Stand up comedians are twice as likely to die younger than dramatic actors. And according to at least one published medical study, the funnier you are the earlier you could die young.
Is it luck? Is it a numbers game? Science suggests that it may be a delicate mix of both.