A buzzworthy study looks at the strange actions of bees.
The controversial herbicide is everywhere, apparently.
Do you have a magnetic compass in your head?
In Natural Causes, journalist Barbara Ehrenreich questions our obsession with wellness.
Scientists in Australia have demonstrated that honeybees can be trained to understand the concept of zero, something which took humans millennia to develop.
Philosopher Alan Watts thoughts on the the all-pervading presence of nature.
A record-breaking 515 contestants competed in the 2018 Scripps National Spelling Bee where they faced words like Soubresaut, Condottiere, and Amyloid.
If quantum gravity is right, these gravitational ripples must be more than waves; they must be particles, too. Back in February of 2016, LIGO made an announcement that changed our […]
An eighth-grader from the Dallas area in the winner of the 2018 Scripps National Spelling Bee after correctly spelling words like condottiere, ankyloglossia, and jagüey.
The results have implications for psychology, neurology, robotics and A.I.
White-nose syndrome is nearly as lethal to bats as the Black Plague was for humans.
Amid an ongoing battle over the retail and grocery delivery market, Walmart has filed a patent for robotic bees that would pollinate crops just like the real insects.
Thousands of churches are left behind every year in America.
She's not held back by other animals' numeracy limitations.
Who should sit atop the iron throne? Let your DNA decide. Here on Earth, we hold one important truth to be self-evident above all others: that all humans are created equal. […]
The latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor statistics reveal a rise in workplace fatalities, including how people are dying, and where they’re dying.
Great ideas in philosophy often come in dense packages. Then there is where the work of Marcus Aurelius.
A historical look into the tipple that toppled the British Empire and kick-started America.
If a new ballot initiative receives enough signatures California could become a new haven for non-evidence based science.
1,007 people were surveyed about their political affiliations and opinions, and their music tastes to learn to what extent they correspond to each other. Survey results are shown as infographics.
A new form of light has been discovered.