Ned Dymoke was born in Oxford, England, in 1984. He has written for Esquire, Playboy, and Interview magazine, and has appeared on-camera for a National Geographic TV special. He lives in Texas with his wife and dog.
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?
As an added bonus, these tiny building blocks could even be used to split water, creating a clean-burning and near infinite source of energy.
Get ready for images projected in mid-air to start appearing in the next few years.
A commonly prescribed anti-anxiety medication may have killed the Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell.
Will moisture farming be the next big cash crop of the 21st century?
It was the first time the bomb was deployed in battle, which has the dubious distinction of being the biggest non-nuclear bomb in the American military arsenal.
It happens every once in a great while: the 'Kids' come down from their lofty peak and tell the elders what they think is "cool."
Looking for some fresh real estate? Somewhere not too crowded, far away from the hustle and bustle of the big city? Well then look no further than GJ 1132b, a new planet just 39 light years away.
It might surprise you that the majority of items in American supermarkets are owned by about 10 companies.
Is it luck? Is it a numbers game? Science suggests that it may be a delicate mix of both.