It's not often you find a NASA scientist, a Paralympic record breaker, a feminist performance artist and an expert in bioprinted organs inside a geodesic dome.
Anthroturbation—the digging, drilling, mining, and blasting that mars our planet’s subterranean environs—may end up being the definitive impact of humans and machines' on the planet.
Caltech neuroscientist Markus Meister claims the trillion odors figure is off by “astronomical factors.”
But the winters that followed it were not most definitely not. Upshot: early Europeans were tough as hell.
Thank evolution that you don’t have two half penises or clitorises.
Peter Scharf's film sets out to determine the material value of the human body around the world.
You've probably thought about it. But you still might not like the answer.
It also proves that Europe’s paleolithic people didn’t have a monopoly on art.
HitchBOT cools its heels in Victoria, BC after a 6,000 kilometer journey across Canada.
How can an entire species that can't even fill up a canyon ruin everything?