Drew Michelotti

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How Jellyfish, Nanobots and Naked Mole Rats Could Make Humans Immortal

We spoke to the world's leading experts in the field of human life extension to get an update on how close we are to living forever.<p>Dr Chris Faulkes is standing in his laboratory, tenderly caressing what looks like a penis. It's not his penis, nor mine, and it's definitely not that of the only …

Nest finally realizes we don't all live alone

Nest just added two long-sought-after features<p>You already know that the Nest Learning Thermostat is not your average home thermostat. It's smart. …

‘Origins’ offers science-based account of creation

<b>Origins: The Scientific Story of Creation</b><i><br>Jim Baggott<br>Oxford Univ., $34.95</i><p>Throughout history, every culture has woven its own tale of creation, …

Has The Smoking Gun For Dark Matter Been Found?

The hunt for mysterious dark matter has so far produced very little results, but scientists might have found evidence of "dark matter annihilation," …

Yes, There Is Life in Space—Deal With It

No one has ever discovered life in space, and given the enormity of the universe and our tiny, modest place in it, it’s entirely possible no one …

Universe

Special Report: Gravity’s Century

In 1915, the universe was small and static. Space was smooth. Gravity pulled things to the ground. At least that’s the way it was in the minds of all …

Physics

Hubble sets 'new cosmic distance record'

<b>The Hubble Space Telescope has spied the most distant galaxy yet.</b><p>It is so far away that the light from this extremely faint collection of stars, catalogued as GN-z11, has taken some 13.4 billion years to reach us.<p>Or to put that another way - Hubble sees the galaxy as it was just 400 million years …