Ammo is a series of portraits featuring bullets cut in half, revealing what this powerful object looks like on the inside. With over 900 specimen in her collection, Pearlman displays the projectiles in
It’s a great scientific irony that water is full of oxygen yet none of it is breathable to humans. But that might be about to change, thanks to a research team in Denmark and a bizarre crystal they’ve
Far out, man Psychedelic drugs alter consciousness in a profound and novel way that increases the breadth and fluency of cognition. However, until recently, we were unable to offer an explanation for the
Cool down and caffeine up with these delicious iced coffee drinks that you can make at home! Cool down and caffeine up with these delicious iced coffee drinks that you can make at home! Via Redbook.com
Fabien Cousteau and his team are setting out to break the record for living in an underwater habitat. On June 1st, Fabien Cousteau, grandson of Jacques Cousteau, swam down to the last existing undersea
97 percent of water on Earth is salt water. What if we could drink it? The Challenge Seventy percent of the Earth’s surface is liquid—yet water scarcity affects more than a billion people each year. Since
The PowerUp 3.0, a device that lets you pilot a paper airplane with your smartphone, will ship 20,000 straight to Kickstarter backers, VentureBeat reports. It's set to go on sale to the public this summer.
Former naval officer Bernard Jordan returns safely to his nursing home after sneaking out to catch a ferry to Normandy Published: 7 Jun 2014 UK veterans group will never again walk in their hundreds through
On May 1, NOAA scientists completed a three-week exploration of the ocean floor. Here's a glorious breakdown of what they saw. We spent much of April glued to a livestream of the deep ocean, filmed from
Think-tank the Institute for the Future says we do. What would that look like? If you could permanently change your brain to work better, would you? Or, maybe more importantly, would you have the right
Weeeeee The 335-foot Falcon’s Fury, which opens this spring at Busch Gardens Tampa, isn’t the tallest drop tower in the world. That honor goes to 415-foot Zumanjaro at Six Flag’s Great Adventure. But Fury
Although most people exposed do not get sick. That which cleans your windshield is not exactly clean itself: A new study found that windshield washing fluid can harbor the bacteria that causes Legionnaires'
An ancient diet expert suggests our early cousins knew how to boil their meals. Neanderthal cooking likely wouldn't have won any prizes on Top Chef, but a paleontologist suggests that our ancient cousins
Know your planet! Plate tectonics—the theory that explains the sinking, spreading, and slip-sliding of big chunks of Earth’s surface—is a bedrock of geology. But it can’t explain what happens to plates
Catfight. Jenga is fun, but it's a lot more fun when played using heavy construction equipment weighing a few hundred tons. Caterpillar, maker of all manner of dozers, backhoes, cranes, and other construction