Will Losing Net Neutrality Kill The Digital Museum?
If museums are forced to pay extra money to ISPs, free content could become restricted.
Which States Have Legal Weed? The 2018 Guide for All 50 States
Ten more states could legalize it this year.
“May the Fourth” Meme Generator Will Make Your Star Wars Day More Original
As if Star Wars could ever be derivative.
Why Cat Eyes Look Evil at Night, According to Science
You would too if you were nocturnal.
Hawaii Kilauea Volcano Eruption: 3 Active Volcanoes on the Islands
It's a hotbed for volcanic activity.
Hawaii Volcano Kilauea Triggered by Earthquake: "If Pele Comes, Pele Comes”
Even when it comes to volcanoes, Hawaii is chill.
Kangaroos Cracked Out on Common Vegetables are Turning Violent
Kangaroo carnage is caused by cameras and carrots.
Supervolcano Eruptions Will Follow Massive Seismic Activity, Study Shows
“Our models indicate that there should be plenty of warning.”
E. Coli Outbreak: How Not to Die from Eating Romaine Lettuce
One death has been reported.
Toxic, Hairy Caterpillars Descend on London, Prompting Health Warning
If you see one, inch away.
Oxygen-Free "Dead Zone" as Big as Scotland Discovered in Arabian Sea
Scientists say the situation is worse than they originally feared.
Japan's New 'Wood Alcohol' Made from Trees Makes You Drunk, Not Blind
This is the good wood alcohol.
Why Journalist Swapna Krishna Won’t Be “Buried” in Outer Space
"It's more space junk."
'Salvage Master' Hatches Insane Iceberg Scheme to End Cape Town's Drought
Good ideas might be scarcer than water.
Vapers are Better Off Than Smokers in at Least One Aspect of Human Health
A new study presents a small win for vaping.
Gruesome Ancient Massacre Site Paints a Horrific Picture of Human Violence
This is not your average village pillage.
Hiroshima Bombing Victim's Bones Reveal Extremely High Radiation Dose
The findings have terrifying ramifications for modern-day bombs.
Portugal's Cavernous Nazaré Canyon Created the Biggest Wave Ever Surfed
Catch this wave and you’re sitting on top of the world.
U.S. Woman Dies From Hantavirus, a Flu-Like Disease Spread by Rodents
The disease has a 38 percent mortality rate.
Fanny Blankers-Koen: The Physics Behind the "Flying Housewife's" High Jump
Here's how to fight gravity with science.