Yes, NASA's Perseverance rover found organics on Mars. So did Curiosity. Unfortunately, that doesn't mean anything in the search for life.
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Capturing energy from clubbers could help power homes and buildings.
The chemistry of cooking over an open flame.
People may be more willing to get vaccinated when told how popular it is.
And how to make it think differently.
It's not just an old superstition — it's your stressed-out brain.
In 2018, cancer drugs earned the pharmaceutical industry $123.8 billion. Soon, they'll be worth billions more.
Most of us can't imagine wanting absolute control over a nation or feeling compelled to commit mass murders — so then what is it about a dictator's psychology that makes them different?
Cancer's sweet tooth. Turning cancer cells into fat. Unveiling genetic secrets. Scientists are learning about cancer every day.
The relentless sun makes life in the Sahara almost unbearable. But could it also be its greatest resource?
In the near future, we might use the toxic gas to power homes.
The Russian intelligence agency KGB was legendary for its spycraft, violent methods, and far-reaching influence on world affairs.
The way they form is amazing enough, but then the time-lapse video left me speechless. “Ten percent of the big fish still remain. There are still some blue whales. There […]
The modern dictator needs only to become a client-state to Russia or China (or to be Russia or China), and there is nothing he can't get away with. We members of open societies have the power to change that. All we need is the resolve.
When the late Idi Amin launched a successful coup attempt against the then President of Uganda, Milton Obote, he made sure that the latter was attending Commonwealth Conference, before sending […]
What events precipitated last Friday's horrific sniper massacre in Yemen, and more importantly where do things go from here?
This report in the New York Times details the latest drone attack in Pakistan, which killed at least 25 people Saturday.Yemen has long been compared unflatteringly to both Afghanistan and […]