To this day, one cult believes that Lemuria was real, and that its people left us the sacred wisdom to revive their advanced civilization.
Take a closer look before judging a book by its title.
To clear Scotland’s roads in winter, the local traffic agency employs heavy machinery with punny names. Can you grit and bear it?
Books that were rarely taught in 1963, when baby boomers were students, became classics when those same boomers were teachers and parents.
Voyage into the lawless world of experimental literature.
Human beings are tiny creatures compared to the 92 billion light-year wide observable Universe. How can we comprehend such large scales?
Awe makes us feel smaller but also more connected to life and each other.
The distance between the American dream and reality is expressed best through literature.
The 2020 presidential candidate said companies like Amazon should "pay their fair share" as automation begins to displace human workers.
Scientists just discovered 12 new moons orbiting the planet Jupiter, and they’re… interesting.
Feeling the urge to scare yourself this Halloween? Here are seven important horror films you have to see.
U.S. Supreme Court justices receive lifetime appointments to the bench, but many wonder if indefinite terms do more harm to our legal system than good.
Stanford researchers identify five different types of anxiety, each correlating with the activation of different brain networks.
When we call something ugly, we say something about ourselves – and what we fear or dread.
Homeopathic manufacturers take advantage of sick and vulnerable populations in criminal ways—and the FDA is, after much absence, starting to crack down.
Sedna could be the very first known object from the Inner Oort Cloud. But time is running out to create and launch a mission. In 2003, scientists discovered an object beyond […]
From La Rinconada in Peru to South Africa's deepest mines: the quest for gold drives people to the greatest heights and depths on Earth.
It's harder to trace a smoking gun online than it is in real life. Yet with cyber warfare expected to grow in the coming decades, companies and countries alike are attempting to make sense forward strides in identifying the perpetrators of cyber attacks.
Everyone's come across a real-life Michael Scott at some point. Bosses who try way too hard to keep their workers happy run a risk of ultimately alienating employees and losing their respect. The important thing to remember is to not smother anyone in your efforts.