The oldest stone-tipped projectile weapons date to 280,000 years, study says. The oldest known stone-tipped projectiles have been discovered in Ethiopia. The javelins are roughly 280,000 years old and
The guy who sat down beside me noticed my shirt and said, "Hey, are you a cyclist?" "I like to ride bikes, but I wouldn't call myself a cyclist," I said. "I'm nowhere near that good." "Still," he said.
Airstream: Flying Cloud Silver bullet Airstream trailer have been a part of the American road trip dream since 1939 when Wally Byam who had been building trailer for his friends, upgraded and moved production
As daughters, sisters, wives, and coworkers Soon after Jay Z welcomed his first child, Blue Ivy Carter, last year, a poem the rapper had reportedly dedicated to his new baby girl zipped around the Internet.
New liquid alloy promises a world of exciting possibilities If the dreamers of the tech world have their way, the day will come when we'll use 3D printers to produce everything we need, from nourishing
Tehran's chief negotiator downplays hopes of a deal to end long-running nuclear dispute, saying there are 'major differences' between Iran and world powers. Iran will only sign up to an international on
Women engage in indirect aggression and slut-shaming, even in clinical research studies. Why? One day in Ontario, 86 straight women were paired off into groups of two—either with a friend or a stranger—and
Every few months, since late 2012, Snapchat has released a new number to the public. This number is touted as an important, defining metric — it is intended as a sort of Snapchat state-of-the-service and
The use of antidepressants has surged across the rich world over the past decade, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, raising concerns among doctors that pills are
The days of having to turn off your cellphone when boarding a flight are nearly done. Southwest Airlines just became the latest US carrier to allow personal electronics use during all phases of flight.
The British scientist who helped work out how to sequence DNA and paved the way for the modern revolution in the understanding of genetics, has died. Frederick Sanger, a biochemist who worked at the Medical
European scientists are preparing to launch a probe that will transform our understanding of our galaxy. The spacecraft, called Gaia, will carry the world's biggest, most accurate camera which it will
A new round of negotiations on Iran's nuclear programme starts in Geneva on Wednesday amid optimism that a deal is possible - despite the Ayatollah's bellicose rhetoric Iran's Supreme Leader ruled out