Automakers have designed some very inventive concept cars this year, some of which seem to have the sole purpose of simply looking cool (and that they do). But others really explore how automobiles could
People have known about China's "ghost cities" for years, but it turns out finding and tracking these massive, mostly empty housing developments is pretty much as difficult as hunting an actual ghost.
A high-school yearbook database dating to the 1900s shows how hairstyles, clothing and smiles have changed. Here's an odd fact: Turn-of-the-century photographers used to tell subjects to say "prunes" than
Next year is the centennial of the National Park Service, and to mark the occasion. Trek Travel is offering a new bike trip in Montana's Glacier National Park. The six-day tour features cycling on the
My brother was 4 years old at the time when I saw in him the faith of a child. We went as a family to watch my other brother's basketball game. I looked over and he looked "off." He had a panicked and
New photos reveal the exceptional preservation of the cats, whose species has been extinct for thousands of years. New photographs of a pair of cave lion cubs found frozen in Siberia give an unprecedented
The Telegraph - By Charlotte Krol, and Reuters, video sources Andrew Shuta (University of Arizona) / Laird Close (University of Arizona) / NASA/JPL-Caltech / Andrea Isella (Rice) / LBT / Magellan telescope
Australian and US scientists capture imagery of the accumulation of dust and gas particles onto a new planet, which is the process of formation Astronomers have taken the first images of a planet still
The energy industry is fast embracing the revolutionary potential of renewable energy combined with cheap battery storage, which together can obviate the need for new power plants. “The combination of
“What seems to be the case in prairie voles is that they have really dense oxytocin receptors,” says Marsh. “When they mate, [it] triggers a flood of oxytocin to be released. That triggers a flood of to
Children may form a sense of their "overall goodness" by preschool. Five-year-old children may only read and write at a basic level, but their sense of self is surprisingly sophisticated. A provocative
Where no cube has gone before Sometimes, it's hip to be cubed. A new robot created by a group at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) may be a cube, but it's still very cool.
What research actually says about felines Some people just don't like cats. That's okay. Some people don't like pizza. Or dogs. Or Harry Potter. But some cat-haters aren't satisfied with not owning cats