From the naked women that Yves Klein covered in blue paint to Terry Richardson's bevy of porny subjects, the art world is full of work that for one person seems liberated and for another exploitative.
How scientific concepts rise and fall Every scientific idea has its day. Theories are born and experiments are designed; results are put to the test, then disproved or accepted as canon. As scientists
Tears of Endings and Beginnings About five years ago, photographer Rose-Lynn Fisher shed a lot of tears. There was loss and change going on in her life, but amazingly she was able to find inspiration it
How a neurological nightmare illuminates the wondrous workings of the brain-body connection. “In both writing and sleeping,” Stephen King wrote in his meditation on “creative sleep” and the art of wakeful
“Art holds out the promise of inner wholeness.” The question of what art is has occupied humanity since the dawn of recorded history. For Tolstoy, the purpose of art was to provide a bridge of empathy
Have you ever found someone particularly sexy without knowing why? It could be that you are lured in by their pheromones, invisible chemical signals that can subtly alter a person’s mood, mindset, or According
Popular Science spoke with Rick DeLano, whose movie The Principle shows the world's most famous cosmologists promoting the idea that the Earth is the center of the universe. In December, the trailer for