The philosophy of sex is going through a recalibration period.
The great philosopher spent the final portion of his painful life in a vegetative state. Did illness get him there, or was it his own philosophy?
To this day, one cult believes that Lemuria was real, and that its people left us the sacred wisdom to revive their advanced civilization.
We know sleep is more important than aimlessly scrolling on social media or checking our email for the 50th time. So, why do we do it?
Was the terror of Biscayne Bay a man who escaped slavery, an African chieftain, or a marketing ploy that went viral?
In "Dear Oliver," neuroscientist Susan Barry describes how her 10-year correspondence with Oliver Sacks unleashed her inner author.
Frugality can also benefit the environment.
Neuroscientists hope to learn more in the hope of finding a way to reverse dementia.
One of Jetoptera's VTOLs is expected to reach speeds of around 614 mph, about as fast as a commercial jet airliner.
It’s not just fun: DNA origami has the potential to revolutionize engineering at the nanoscopic scale.
"Less is better" is not a catchy marketing slogan, but one doctor who didn't shower for five years thinks there's a lot of truth to it.
Studies show talk therapy works, but experts disagree about how it does so. Finding the answer could help professionals and patients.
It's common knowledge that syncing your circadian rhythm to a natural light-dark cycle could improve your health and well-being.
Executive presence training can help leaders learn how to better support their people, become more self aware, communicate effectively, and more.
An X-ray offers a glimpse into the painter’s early years.
Just like with AI, people worried about job security and the spread of disinformation. Machines were destroyed and book merchants were chased out of town.
Find it easier to sort out your friends' problems than your own? This paradox is for you.
Nobody knows where the word "penguin" comes from.
"Of course, the spleen is the biggest organ in the body."
Frontier, the ORNL supercomputer, used machine learning to perform 9.95 quintillion calculations per second.
Engineer James Clarke liberated John, Paul, George, and Ringo from their mono and stereo straitjackets using algorithms at Abbey Road.
As far as we know, it's only happened once to one unlucky person in Oklahoma.
True north, magnetic north, and grid north have aligned. There's also a connection to James Bond.
The rhetorical fallout is greater than the radioactive fallout.
There’s really only one mistake you can make: continue doing the same thing you already know is hurting you and expect a different result.