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Scientists Discover the Heavens Are Hell

No event is free of controversy these days -- not even the discovery of seven habitable planets that hit the news late last month. For a few days, drawings of those tranquil spheres loomed above the tumult of earthly affairs -- the presidential tweets, the protests, the botched Oscars. But then a …

Doctors Would Rather You Take Weed Up the Butt Than Smoke It

We’re not sure this health tip will catch on.<p>As Canada moves closer to a legal weed regime—with new regulations expected this summer—some doctors are questioning the way we consume medical weed and suggesting that taking it up the butt is actually much more effective than smoking it.<p>"Rectally is …

​DNA data storage landmark: Now it's 215 petabytes per gram or over 100 million movies

Synthetic DNA could be the answer to the world's accelerating data-storage needs, and now researchers have shown that it can have a much higher …

Genetics

The latest leak of the Samsung Galaxy S8 reveals a lot about its home button

If the Galaxy S8 leaks keep coming in at this rate, there won't be anything left for Samsung to announce at its big March 29 launch event.<p>The latest …

These "The Walking Dead" Valentine's Day cards are...well, they're disgusting, but we love them

Do the undead know love? Or do they, as they pass into the evermore, <i>unknow</i> love? According to these <i>The Walking Dead</i> Valentine’s Day card, we ought …

The Walking Dead

Study finds that kids with ADHD have smaller brain regions

The findings might also provide clues for developing new treatments<p>Maria Cheng<p>February 16, 2017 12:37am (UTC)<p>LONDON — Children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder have several brain regions that are slightly smaller than usual, more evidence that the disorder should be considered a …