The 2010s yielded many incredible finds and important milestones. Here are our favorites. As the 2010s come to an end, we can look back on an era rife with discovery. In the past 10 years, scientists the
I admit that most of my comedy over the years has been pretty juvenile. However, when Borat was able to get an entire bar in Arizona to sing “throw the Jew down the well,” it revealed people’s indifference
Wild plants offer a lifeline as staple crops fail to cope with climate change As taps run dry in South Africa's Karoo, a community prays 'This is a mission and we are still in it,' Pelosi tells Climate
Analysis uses new method for evaluating exposure to bisphenol-A, which is found in plastics, canned goods and receipt paper Humans are probably being exposed to far more of a widely used dangerous chemical
Plex today is launching its own ad-supported streaming service, a rival to The Roku Channel, Tubi, Crackle, Vudu’s Movies on Us, and others that offer a way to stream movies and TV for free without a The
You know how you don’t see very old people with dyed hair? There may be a reason for that: Hair dye is heavily associated with cancer. A study published yesterday in the Journal of Cancer tracked 46,709
There’s an element of Weltschmerz – sentimental pessimism – in the lyrics Try to catch the deluge in a paper cup …” According to Neil Finn, you can’t put a “paper cup” in a song without it being a reference
The first words you hear on the Who’s 12th studio album are Roger Daltrey, telling the band’s audience to get stuffed. “I don’t care,” the band’s 75-year-old frontman sings, “I know you’re going to hate
Science Says People Who Build the Best Work Relationships Do 1 Thing Over and Over (Most People Do the Opposite)
Big moments matter, but a great work relationship is built on a foundation of small, seemingly unimportant moments. No one liked Mike. He was often surly, He rarely spoke. If he did, it was usually to
Science says people who do one thing tend to be less intelligent. And less competent. I ordered a turkey sandwich and asked for double meat. The guy behind me said, "You shouldn't eat meat." I turned shrugged.
The self-taught specialist in the breakdown of food by micro-organisms is as much at home in the lab as the kitchen Chef David Zilber reads books about the makeup of genetic material during staff meal.
Katherine Harmon Courage wants us to think about digestion as a collaborative journey between us and our microbes. In her new book, Cultured: How Ancient Foods Can Feed Our Microbiome, she envisions digestion
Cybernetics Pioneer Norbert Wiener on the Malady of “Content” and How to Save Creative Culture from the Syphoning of Substance
“When there is communication without need for communication, merely so that someone may earn the social and intellectual prestige of becoming a priest of communication, the quality and communicative value