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Trump's fellow military academy alums recall school a bit differently

Military boarding schools have had a reputation among wealthy U.S. families since their inception as the ultimate castigation for misbehaved sons, …

The Healthiest Foods to Eat When You Take Meat Off Your Plate

It’s not always easy for everyone to give up meat. Over the years, our culture has taught us that meat is a necessary and normal part of the human …

Nutrition

Tesla’s secret breakthrough home battery detailed: Everything you need to know

Tesla will announce a new product at the end of April that’s not a car, CEO Elon Musk recently announced without revealing any further details. Even …

Sorry Einstein, 'spooky' quantum entanglement is real

Quantum mechanics is one of the best-tested theories in science, and it's one of the few where physicists get to do experiments proving that Einstein …

Scant Evidence that Early Prehistoric People were Warlike, Anthropologist claims

The earlier Stone Age seems to have been a time of peace and not war, says an anthropologist specializing in war who has studied the published work …

Welby: Artificial Intelligence and gene therapy could hand super-rich ever more power

Archbishop of Canterbury’s dystopian vision of robot future amid Wall Street address condemning growing gap between rich and poor<p>The rise of robots and gene therapy could allow a tiny ultra-rich elite to amass ever more power while almost everyone else grows poorer, the Archbishop of Canterbury has …

Artificial Intelligence

Reasons to Eat Vegan Even if Everyone You Know Disagrees With You

Vegan diets are all the rage right now, but some people still don’t believe they’re the best option. Perhaps you’ve heard of the health benefits of a …

Green Living

New Laser-Patterning Technique Creates Super Hydrophobic Metal (video)

Researchers and scientists at the University of Rochester have been able to invent a new laser patterning system to transform metals into materials …

Ancient viruses gain new functions in the brain

New research suggests retroviruses, once thought to be genetic junk, can help spur brain development<p>If thinking about the billions of bacteria taking up residence in and on your body gives you the willies, you probably won’t find it comforting that humans are also full of viruses. These maligned …

Have We Found Alien Life?

Microbes that eat and breathe electricity have forced scientists to reimagine how life works—on this planet and others<p><i>This feature was originally published in the February 2015 issue of</i> Popular Science.<p>Kenneth Nealson is looking awfully sane for a man who’s basically just told me that he has a …

12 Israeli Technologies Changing the Lives of the Disabled in 2015

We’re used to talking about the Israeli tech ecosystem as the <i>Startup Nation</i>, focusing on the young country’s ability to quickly launch and scale innovative ideas and build companies from the ground up. Tech giants like Facebook, Google, and Apple understand the role the Startup Nation plays …

Mobile Devices

Startling UFO In NASA 1968 Apollo 7 Photo Found — But Was Close-Up Censored With Black Tape?

A UFO sighted in a 46-year old NASA photo, taken by the historic Apollo 7 mission in October 1968, appears to be one of the clearest and therefore …

The California-Colorado Cannabis War

One’s got the biggest market for legal pot, but the states with smarter regulation could have the edge.<p>Oakland-based Auntie Dolores is a well-known brand in the country’s biggest legal cannabis state. The company has been making cannabis-infused edibles, like brownies and pretzels, for California’s …

13-Year-Old Boy Builds Braille Printer With Legos, Starts Company | Inc.com

In Silicon Valley, it's never too early to become an entrepreneur. Just ask 13-year-old Shubham Banerjee.<p>The California eighth-grader has launched a company to develop low-cost machines to print Braille, the tactile writing system for the visually impaired. Tech giant Intel Corp. recently invested …

Too Much Protein is 'As Bad as Smoking' In Middle Age - Study

Why is protein important?<p>Protein is the major component of all human cells such as bone and muscle. It is composed of 'building blocks' known as …

Does the Scientific Method need Revision?

Theoretical physics has problems. That’s nothing new — if it wasn’t so, then we’d have nothing left to do. But especially in high energy physics and …