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Ancient diamonds hold clues to primeval Earth

New insights into ancient Earth’s early structure from diamonds formed 3.5 billion years ago. A scientist called diamonds “the perfect little time …

Fall 2016 Street Style Trend: Statement Zippers

On the streets of London, Milan, Paris, and Florence, the best accessory was a statement zipper. What's a statement zipper, you may ask? Here, 4 examples.

Street Style

Astronaut Scott Kelly Witnesses 'Rare Thundersnow' from Space

You can't hear thunder in space but that didn't dampen Scott Kelly's excitement at witnessing the massive storm hovering over the East Coast of the United States from his perch on the International Space Station.<p>"Rare #thundersnow visible from @Space_Station," he tweeted.<p>Thundersnow is just what it …

Sacai AW16

Anti-Islam Dutch lawmaker gains support amid migrant crisis

SPIJKENISSE, Netherlands (AP) — The Dutch debate on asylum-seekers has come to this: Firebrand lawmaker Geert Wilders handing out self-defense sprays …

Asylum Seekers

Animals more capable of empathy than previously thought, study finds

Researcher found that prairie voles would console one another after experiencing stress<p>A new study has found that prairie voles will console other voles who are feeling stressed - which researchers have described as evidence of empathy.<p>A study team at Emory University set up an experiment where …

Caitlyn Jenner could face criminal charge for fatal crash

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Caitlyn Jenner could face a vehicular manslaughter charge after sheriff's investigators found she was driving unsafely when she …

Kim Kardashian

Researchers develop multifaceted insect eyes for UAVs

A team of researchers from the Laboratory of Intelligent Systems at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) have developed a tiny new set of electronic eyes for drones that are based on the multifaceted peepers of insects. These eyes are built specifically for the next generation of very …

The biggest cause of global warming that nobody’s talking about

LAST UPDATED: 8 September 2017<p>Most of us would agree that if we want planet Earth to sustain life for generations to come, <b>we need cleaner energy</b>. We …

ISIS youth execute 25 Syrian soldiers at Palmyra amphitheater – report

A contingent of teens and boys shot 25 Syrian troops dead at a UNESCO world heritage site in Palmyra, a video published by a group affiliated with …

Squid skin could help make color-changing gadgets

Not happy with the color of your clothes and devices? Eventually, you might get to change those hues on a whim. UC Santa Barbara researchers have discovered that the color-changing California market squid (aka opalescent inshore squid) manages its optical magic thanks to the presences of protein …

From Murakami’s Vans to flesh-toned fishnets (yeurgh!), what’s hot and what’s not on Planet Fashion this week

Up, up and away: the Murakami/Vans collaboration, gin & tonic ice-cream, Yu-Be lipbalm. Down in the dumps: vowels, pouts and high heels<p><b>Vans x Murakami</b>An excellent match, if ever there was one. (The artist wears the sneakers every day, apparently.)

A wall in Bolivia is covered in thousands of dinosaur footprints, and it's becoming a major tourist attraction

Cal Orcko, located 3 miles south of downtown Sucre in Bolivia, is home to the world's largest and most diverse collection of dinosaur footprints from the Cretaceous Period.<p>Discovered on the grounds of the local cement company Fancesa in 1985, the cliff was closed off to tourists after mining …

We Definitely Want to Live on Mars – Here’s How We Plan to Tame the Red Planet

Living on Mars isn’t exactly something we can do today, but future generations might choose to settle there, once we’ve tamed the red planet. To do …

Creative Artist’s Instagram Feed Forms One Endless Work of Colorful Art

Artist Micah Milner has transformed his Instagram feed into a never-ending, continuous scroll of designs that revolve around pop culture. Rather than prompting you to click through to each individual image, Milner makes the overview of his portfolio the art itself. As you scroll through Milner's …

Art

Bill Nye explains climate change in 90 seconds using only emoji

Bill Nye the Science Guy is back to explain climate change using a language everyone can understand — emoji. It's climatology emojified!<p>To put it …

Why We Speak

An evolutionary biologist argues that humans started talking because they needed to negotiate.<p>Sometime around 120,000 years ago in the desert near Oued Djebbana, in what is modern-day northern Algeria, a human acquired some small seashells. The shells were from a species known as <i>Nassarius</i> …

Hunter Gatherers

Breathtaking Landscape Photos Highlight the Beauty of China’s Rice Field Terraces

French photographer Thierry Bornier captures breathtaking landscape photos that highlight the rich splendor of China's mountains, rivers, and rice field terraces. From the highest vantage point he can climb up to, he points his camera downwards and waits for weather and lighting conditions that are …

Photos

Climate change is 'the biggest global health crisis of the 21st century'

So much so, in fact, that we could be on track to undo the last 50 years of gains in development and global health.<p>That's all according to a report published this week in the British medical journal The Lancet.<p>A commission led by researchers at University College London (UCL) estimates that the …

Public Health