The International Space Station, as amazing as it is, isn’t going to be around forever—or even for very long. Sometime in the 2020s, the program will come to an end. Europe has been thinking about where
Whether you're a morning or evening person could be guided by your genes. How much sleep do we need? It's a fundamental question about a basic human function we've been practising for millennia, but there's
The Magdala Stone, a stunning archaeological find from an excavated synagogue in Israel that dates back to the time of Jesus, sits at the intersection of Jewish and Christian history. Since its 2009 discovery,
Dawkins’s treatment of the famous ontological argument, first developed by St. Anselm of Canterbury in the eleventh century, is even less satisfactory. He correctly states the central idea that God, understood
Could alien life survive on Saturn's moon? By some accounts, Enceladus is the number one place in our solar system to search for life. Sure, it looks icy on the outside, but it's what's on the inside counts.
Scientists rush to write final brief note to alien species before spacecraft carrying information about earth leaves the solar system When the Voyager twin spacecrafts set out in the 1970s they took with
As Pacelli was crowned, Hitler at tended a state ceremony in Berlin. In a Memorial Day speech at the State Opera House, Grand Admiral Erich Raeder said, “Wherever we gain a foothold, we will maintain Wherever
Chris Hadfield had wanted to be an astronaut for as long as he can remember - a dream that seemed out of reach for a young boy growing up on a corn farm in a country with no astronaut program. But he to
The world will come crashing down (again): Inside the global debt crisis that America is about to import |
This comes as the IMF warns of the continued existence of “high public and private debt in advanced economies and remaining gaps in the Euro architecture” that since the Great Recession remained unaddressed.
The mission saw a cosmonaut clock up more days in space than any other human being, the launch of the most audacious twin study in the history of science, and astronauts eating lettuce grown in space the
From spotting galaxies millions of light years away to perceiving invisible colours, Adam Hadhazy explains why your eyes can do incredible things. Take a look around the room – what do you see? All those
John Horton Conway is a cross between Archimedes, Mick Jagger and Salvador Dalí. For many years, he worried that his obsession with playing silly games was ruining his career – until he realised that could