Seriously, watch the video If you haven’t seen robot sumo wrestling before, then you’re in for a treat. Trust me. Most robot versions of human sports are underwhelming, but as this video compilation shows,
Neil deGrasse Tyson just wants to get back to his lab at the American Museum of Natural History’s Hayden Planetarium in New York. “My possibly delusional goal is to one day give all this up and go back
1. Wild Scotland Just around the coast from the Eden community on Ardnamurchan lies the equally remote Knoydart Peninsula. A simple but comfortable alpine-style lodge with single rooms is the base for
Even a 1 mph speed boost would make things pretty weird There are enough things in this life to worry about. Like nuclear war, climate change, and whether or not you’re brushing your teeth correctly. Earth
The 50-foot carcass is turning the water a deep, eerie shade of red. Images posted online of an enormous carcass that washed up on the shore of an Indonesian island are captivating people across the world.
Apparently it was time to cull the herd. Being a Pikachu has never seemed more terrifying. Video shot at a Pokemon festival in Songdo, South Korea, last weekend shows what should have been a cheerful,
Incredibly, the pilot and his passenger escaped unscathed. A dashboard camera captured the dramatic moment when a single-engine airplane clipped power lines and crashed onto a street in Washington state.
"It’s the most Canadian thing ever!” A perplexed beaver who accidentally herded 150 head of cattle across a farm in Canada last week has become an online sensation. “How do we move 150 heifers in Canada?”
This liquid rocket fuel becomes magnetised when near a magnetic field. So it dances and morphs when magnets are moved around it. It is called ferrofluid and it was invented by NASA's Steve Papell to be
A viral story about a married couple who struggled to conceive only to discover they were twins when they went through IVF appears to be a hoax. The story, originally from a suspected fake news website