A lonely concrete dome on an uninhabited island in the central Pacific could end up being a very big headache for the U.S. On the island of Runit, there is a large concrete dome that houses nuclear waste
"If you tell aliens that our units of measurement are based on a hunk of metal, you will be the laughingstock of the galaxy." As agreed upon by scientists and representatives from around 60 countries year,
The Countach's original paint is extremely delicate and thin, so making it look like new is no walk in the park. Italian supercars from the 1970s and 1980s aren't exactly known for high build quality.
Created by the custom shop Himalaya, this Defender is a Land Rover like you've never seen before—complete with a Chevy V8 and a Jeep steering box. Vintage 4X4s are having a serious moment right now. But
A big study analyzes dental records and finds a surprisingly early split in Europe. The exact point that humans and Neanderthals diverged from each other has long been a matter of intense debate among
The troubled Sukhoi Su-57 gets an order boost from Moscow. The Russian government has bumped up its first order for new Su-57 fighter bombers, commiting to five time as many planes as it had originally
You know you should run a lower tire pressure in certain terrain. But what terrain, and what tire pressure? Here's a handy guide. No proper off roader can be complete without a portable air compressor.
Including the gear to help you catch the best views. Tomorrow night you'll be able to see a rare Blue Flower Moon. The Moon will be at its fullest on Saturday evening, but will appear full tonight and
The service thinks the same technology that would transport people in cities could get them out of tight situations in wartime. The U.S. Air Force wants a drone that can fly out the back of an air transport,
Should 10 seconds of Autopilot be enough to save someone's life? For the third time, a Tesla Model 3 has crashed with its semi-automated Autopilot mode still on, according to a preliminary report from
But it needs to raise $7 million in order to break ground in 2022. If everything goes according to plan, Lake Turkana in Kenya's Great Rift Valley will soon be home to the Ngaren Museum of Humankind. Rift
Once slated to bombard targets on land, the three destroyers of the Zumwalt-class are changing course. The USS Zumwalt and her two sister ships are undergoing a dramatic change of mission just three years
The “multipurpose drone launching armored vehicle” can locate and destroy targets in the same mission. A Chinese defense contractor has unveiled a new mobile drone launcher designed to hunt and then destroy
The British motorcycle company Triumph has a new program for producing an electric bike. It's calling the research and development plan TE-1, and says that we can expect a powertrain in about two years,
Departments may be feeding their software flawed data. Will there be consequences? Facial recognition software is increasingly becoming common in police departments around the globe. But a new scathing
Back then, gum came from trees and was used to build weapons. Chewing gum is a grand human tradition, as archeologists have discovered. A new study shows that the first people to settle in Scandinavia
The hero of WWII is the star of a brand-new kind of documentary. The B-17 “Flying Fortress” is one of the most iconic aircraft of World War II. Built by Boeing, the four-engine bomber was the United States’
Amber comes from the fossilization of tree resin. So what gives? Scientists have found an extinct squid ancestor in a 100-million-year-old, 3-centimeter-long piece of Burmese amber. The ammonite (a marine
In March 2018, a helicopter crashed in New York City's East River, causing the death of five passengers onboard, and today, a similar drama played out amidst NYC's skyline. A helicopter operated by Blade,
Sixty sats take off from Cape Canaveral tonight in the first step to delivering high-speed Internet everywhere. Elon Musk wants the whole world to have ultra high-speed Internet, which is a noble crusade,
Yesterday, during a meeting at the Senate Subcommittee on Aviation and Space, U.S. Senator Ted Cruz extolled reasons why the U.S. needs to adopt a sixth branch of the military, known as the Space Force.
The giant lizard failed to stop the U.S. Air Force. A U.S. Air Force Base in Florida received an unexpected visitor early Tuesday morning: an alligator. The reptile wandered onto the base flight line,