This is a low-drag, 1035-hp, 250-mph 'Hyper GT.' And it’s stunning. I don't even really know where to start with a car like the McLaren Speedtail. McLaren calls this three-seater a "Hyper-GT" and says
Scientists in Japan made progress recently in the quest to combat infertility, creating the precursor to a human egg cell in a dish from nothing but a woman’s blood cells. The research is an important
As an athlete, if you want to improve something—your 100-meter time, say, or your deadlift PR—you’ve got to apply a challenge, some sort of “stressor,” and then follow it with a period of rest and recovery.
What started as a simple controlled explosion changed the auto industry. Humans have been building cars for well over a century now, and under almost every hood has sat an internal combustion engine. the
In praise of the penultimate model. Twenty years ago, long before Sabine Schmitz became a Top Gear host, she was my driver. It was 1998, and I had stopped by the Nurburgring for a lap in the Ring Taxi—a
Those silver strands could have nothing to do with age. Why do some guys go grey in their 20s, while others reach their 40s without a single silver strand in sight? We know that genetics play a role in
Yellowstone National Park sits squarely over a giant, active volcano. This requires attention. Yellowstone has been a national park since 1872, but it was only in the 1960s that scientists realized the
Ferrari's 312 T4 was the last Ferrari to win a driver's championship until 2000. Way back when, Formula One allowed for a lot of creativity in its engine designs. For example, this Ferrari, which had flat-12.
Scientists on Thursday announced the discovery of a fossilized human jawbone in a collapsed cave in Israel that they said is between 177,000 and 194,000 years old. If confirmed, the find may rewrite the
Everything we do burns calories. But have you ever wondered how your running habits compare to your friend's cycling sessions? Or how your weekend kayaking trip stacked up to a morning swim? Calorie-counting
The "holographic" tech comes from a display company called Leia. When RED Camera first announced its crazy $1,200 Hydrogen smartphone with a "holographic display," a lot of folks wondered how that would
Extremely rare white giraffes captured on film A pair of rare white giraffes were spotted in Kenya and captured on film for the first time ever. The giraffes, a mother and its child, have white skin due
Jill Bolte Taylor recalls all the things she forgot. As a neuroanatomist at Harvard, I studied how our brain creates our perception of reality. And then one morning, I woke up with a sharp pain directly
An algorithm deduced the sexuality of people on a dating site with up to 91% accuracy, raising tricky ethical questions Artificial intelligence can accurately guess whether people are gay or straight on
The twin spacecraft still send data back to the planet they left 40 years ago. Forty years after they left Earth, the Voyager twin spacecraft are still chugging along, logging 35,000 miles an hour as zoom