Science News Analysts at the Inmarsat satellite venture executed a computational tour de force to determine where a missing Malaysia Airlines jet probably went, but mathematician John Zweck says the feat
The BMW R-series has a rich heritage spanning 90 years—all the way back to the launch of BMW’s first motorcycle, the R32, in 1923. Since then the air-cooled, horizontally opposed flat-twin (or ‘boxer’)
The Rob Ford scandal is not just a sad story about a troubled man. It is more than a titillating diversion or an attention-grabbing headline. Its effects go beyond causing acute embarrassment for Toronto.
A guide to the machine that could change how we screen for explosive threats Last fall, David Atkinson and a team at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory announced that they had "sniffed" certain
War has laws; why can't war games reflect them? It's a simple question that the International Committee of the Red Cross has been weighing for nearly two years. Under the Geneva Conventions, the Red Cross
Being dropped in a hostile world is scary. And Grand Theft Auto Online – the recently-launched multiplayer part of open-world action game Grand Theft Auto V – can be very hostile at times. It’s dog-eat-dog
Grand Theft Auto 5's speedy day-and-night cycle makes it easy for players to pass the time, but how much would it affect the game's world? According to Buzzfeed, such rapid rotation would make the planet
Ancient, well-preserved human remains aren't exactly a common thing to find, which makes the discovery of a 4,000-year-old brain in western Turkey pretty noteworthy. The brain was found in 2010 in an burial
Sometimes, truth is indeed more terrifying than fiction. In what could easily make for prime horror film fodder, a renowned photographer has captured stunning images of wildlife calcified by the caustic
Good news and bad news for hard-core Stars Wars fans. The good news: Scientists say they have finally taken the next step of turning science fiction into fact with the invention of a real-life lightsaber.