Abigail Sriphumkhai

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The Ghostly Remains of Nazi Germany’s Atlantic Wall

<i>Aug. 15, 2014 marks the 70th anniversary of Operation Dragoon, an Allied invasion of Southern France initially intended to launch in tandem with the</i> …

World History

6 Absolutely Terrifying Things (That We'd Still Love To Do)

Sometimes the best part of travel is that, frankly, it totally scares the crap out of us. It's a chance for us to push our boundaries, do things we'd never do, and (just a little bit) pretend to be a totally different kind of person. Below, we highlight six of the most utterly hair-raising, …

Roads

First hint of 'life after death' in biggest ever scientific study

Death is a depressingly inevitable consequence of life, but now scientists believe they may have found some light at the end of the tunnel.<p>The largest ever medical study into near-death and out-of-body experiences has discovered that some awareness may continue even after the brain has shut down …

Watch The Insane Scene That Unfolded After A Guy On A Plane Said 'I Have Ebola'

A 54-year-old American passenger on a US Airways flight from Philadelphia to the Dominican Republic reportedly said, "I have Ebola, you are all screwed," adding that he had been to Africa.<p>Spoiler: He doesn't have Ebola and hadn't been to Africa.<p>Upon landing, a medical team wearing hazmat suits came …

Disease

Here's why it's harder to sleep as we get older

Scientists have struggled for years to find out what makes sleep more elusive as we age. As it turns out, there are a number of factors that change how — and when — we sleep, from shifts in brain activity to a loss of special brain cells that tell us when it's time to rest. And not getting enough …

Brainwaves

First hint of 'life after death' in biggest ever scientific study

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'Holy Grail' Battery Scientist Explains Incredible Breakthrough

Yi Cui might just change the world. Last month the Stanford University professor of material science and his 50 strong team of researchers published a paper on the biggest battery breakthrough in decades – a self proclaimed ‘Holy Grail’. Now I speak to Cui to discover the real world practicalities …

Homo floresiensis: scientists clash over claims 'hobbit man' was modern human with Down's syndrome

Tiny skeleton from Indonesia's Flores island is unique ancient species, insist researchers<p>A furious international dispute has erupted over the publication of a paper that claims the hobbit man of Flores was a modern human who had Down's syndrome. Published in the <i>Proceedings of the</i> <i>National Academy</i> …

Phones

Forget Windows, This Private Jet Has Floor-To-Ceiling Panorama Views

The views afforded by the tiny airplane window–whether it’s cloud cover, city skylines, or mountain ranges–apparently aren’t good enough for design firm Technicon. Their French office has created a concept for a private jet called the Ixion that would replace windows with floor-to-ceiling digital …

Panoramic Photography