By Jonathan Greenberg Jonathan Greenberg Bio Follow Jonathan Greenberg is an investigative journalist, author and new-media innovator. In May 1984, an official from the Trump Organization called to tell
A new study warns it has become a “highly altered, degraded system.” Once upon a time, there was a city so dazzling and kaleidoscopic, so braided and water-rimmed, that it was often compared to a single
A group of more than 100 octopus "moms" and their eggs were found clustered about 2 miles below the ocean's surface off the Pacific coast of Costa Rica by a group of scientists during a deep-sea expedition.
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Buy back your time and invest like the super-rich. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Many people associate work with punching the clock, the 9-to-5 slog and saving for retirement.
Wei Lin built a scalable computing cluster comprised of $7 chips. Supercomputers are used by governments and research institutions around the world to solve some of science’s most complex problems, such
The breakthrough, spurred by the discovery of plastic-eating bugs at a Japanese dump, could help solve the global plastic pollution crisis Scientists have created a mutant enzyme that breaks down plastic
Looking for aliens across deep space is great, but have we looked hard enough in our own terrestrial backyard—here on Earth? One author of the new study, leading climatologist Gavin Schmidt, wrote a work
A prominent lawyer known for his impassioned advocacy for LGBT rights and environmental issues doused himself with an accelerant and burned himself to death in a New York City park on Saturday to protest
The United States, Britain, and France, conducted "precision strikes" on Syria on Friday, in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack that reportedly killed dozens in the rebel-held town of Douma.
A look at the available evidence It only took five minutes for Gavin Schmidt to out-speculate me. Schmidt is the director of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (a.k.a. GISS) a world-class climate-science
When people of color move into a community, white people tend to move out. This phenomenon—known as “white flight”—is well-established in sociological research. It has, however, been much harder to come
By Laura Geggel A piece of East Africa is expected to break off the main continent in tens of millions of years. And if you need any proof, look no further than Kenya’s Rift Valley, where a giant, gaping
Subvocalization signals are detected by electrodes and turned into words using AI. If you've read any sort of science fiction, it's likely you've heard about subvocalization, the practice of silently words
Victoria Toline would hunch over the kitchen table, steady her hands and draw a bead of liquid from a vial with a small dropper. It was a delicate operation that had become a daily routine — extracting
And the NSFW art form is disappearing. Without even having seen it, you probably wouldn’t be surprised to learn the plot of the sexually explicit film “The Casting Couch.” In it, a young woman walks into
From discussions of human-machine hybrids to lost civilizations in the Amazon and octopus brains, scientists and writers have produced some amazing works of nonfiction in the past 15 years. If you're the
The past two weeks have been rough for Facebook. Some are deleting their accounts in protest of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, while others are decrying the death of social media, likening its effect