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.
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.
Once the permafrost thaws, it's the beginning of the end for the aquatic food chain.
And that's the good news, because the percentage found in your tap water is much higher.
Space is not the place to put waste, as it turns pretty much anything into a high-velocity projectile capable of causing incredible damage.
Researchers are looking into what this fratboy fish of the Mexican underwater cave systems can teach us about sleep regulation.
Major advancements in the field of transient electronics have paved the way for gadgets that evaporate. That's important for consumers, and the planet.
The first medicinal marijuana patient in Texas uses it to treat severe epilepsy. And although 10 companies are allowed to grow marijuana within Texas state borders, the substance itself is still illegal.
The bacteria C. metallidurans is able to take trace amounts of gold and copper and turn it into teeny tiny gold nuggets a few nanometers in size.
Pictures of the secretive and extremely high-powered weapon have appeared on Chinese social media.
While the Patriots battle the Eagles during Super Bowl LII, asteroid AJ129 is flying pretty close to Earth, cosmically speaking. But how close exactly will it be, and should you be concerned?