I don't know about you, but when I think of stimulating the brain with electricity, it's ridiculously hard for me not to call to mind an image of the great Gene Wilder reveling maniacally in his pronouncement
Paper says risk between male partners is zero if virus fully suppressed by antiretrovirals An end to the Aids epidemic could be in sight after a landmark study found men whose HIV infection was fully by
The world's most ruthless snake has a spider-like tail. You don't want to know what it does with it. - Science
The Pseudocerastes urarachnoides or the spider-tailed horned viper should be renamed Tricksy for one very obvious reason: It sports a bulbous tail coupled with some protruding scales, giving it the features
MIT researchers discovered a way to move objects as heavy as a great white shark with your bare hands. Take a look.
The megalithic structures at Stonehenge have vowed visitors for centuries, but scholars are still working to discover how they got there in the first place. It seems almost inconceivable that humans could
Do you need to strengthen the muscles you breathe with? According to the latest research, the answer is a resounding yes. Just five minutes of “strength training” for the lungs could improve everything
A man suspected of being a rhino poacher was killed last week by an elephant and his remains devoured by a pride of lions at a South African park, officials said. Rangers at Kruger National Park and other
Human spaceflight has brought us beyond Earth, but we could potentially venture even farther. Imagine that we could constantly accelerate at the same rate as Earth’s gravitational pull, 9.8 m/s2, indefinitely.
Morrie Tobin was in Boston to cut the deal of his life. It was early April last year. A few weeks before, federal agents had descended on the multimillion-dollar home Tobin shares with his wife and some
Seventh-graders on a field trip in Northlake, Texas witnessed Mother Nature at her finest on Monday. A western rat snake was seen wrapped around a large red-tail hawk, which was likely hoping to make serpent
Salvatore Cerchio stunned the small world of whale science in 2015 when he found examples of a new species in the wild for the first time. Now, he’s mapped the habitat of that species, called Omura’s after