Archaeologists discover a cave painting of a wild pig that is now the world's oldest dated work of representational art.
New research shows that experiencing an opposite-sex body in virtual reality impacted the subject's gender identity.
Researchers from MIT invent a highly accurate clock using quantum entanglement that can lead to new physics.
A large study shows changes in the brain scans of lonely people in the area involved in imagination, memory, and daydreaming.
The 2020 election cycle is not yet as wild as the 1876 election that made Rutherford B. Hayes president.
A new study shows our planet is much closer to the supermassive black hole at the galaxy's center than previously estimated.
A new MIT report proposes how humans should prepare for the age of automation and artificial intelligence.
Recent American presidents have all faced a crisis of legitimacy in a trend that threatens the health of our democracy.
A new study shows you should put down the toilet lid when flushing to avoid coronavirus and other illnesses.
Partisan division has reached its peak, shows an alarming new study that identifies three crucial components.
President Vladimir Putin announces approval of Russia's coronavirus vaccine but scientists warn it may be unsafe.
The space tourism company Virgin Galactic teams up with Rolls Royce to create a new Mach 3 supersonic aircraft.
The European Union agreed on a list of 15 countries that would be allowed to travel in its bloc. U.S. citizens were not on it.
A conspiracy theory that 90 percent of the world's population will be killed off spreads widely on pandemic fears.
Researchers devise groundbreaking new methods to create and duplicate single-atom transistors for quantum computers.
Olive oil leads to the discovery of a law that applies to atoms, superconductors, and even high energy physics.
Paul is a writer, filmmaker, and educator. He has written for years for Big Think and other outlets on transformative scientific research, history, and current events. His award-winning films like the true-life adventure "Moses on the Mesa" and the science documentary "The Caveman of Atomic City" have played at film festivals around the world. Paul also organizes numerous unique educational events, renowned film festivals, and competitions for thousands of people. He has degrees from Cornell University (BA) and Chapman University (MFA). You can follow Paul's work at paulratnerimagines.com, on Instagram, and Facebook.