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Jaime Maussan is one of Mexico's most well-known journalists—and its most famous UFO-ologist.
But it's still a pretty sweet toy.
This is the pretty-damn-good film short about a world where everyone is physically and mentally handicapped to equalize society.
Where industrial pollution creates its own sunsets.
Cheers to Nepal's dedicated citizens who have given its rare species hope.
Most people assume that writing a video game is a simple affair of level-by-level description—but most people are wrong.
Just don't go thinking that playing FIFA all day will boost your MCAT score.
China's captive tiger population may actually be stimulating demand for wild tigers.
It's part hooliganism, part street justice, part public shaming, and all fucked.
The whole thing jangles with the innocent wonderment of a bygone era. This has cemented its legacy in the annals of science films and education and shitty archival-driven music videos alike.
It's really effing huge, that's for sure, but can something really be infinite?
For the Hirshhorn, Diller Scofidio + Renfro created what may be their most unusual project to date—a 154 ft tall inflatable structure that balloons over the Hirshhorn’s open courtyard,
It is, without a doubt, one of the most pivotal thefts on the web.
Flying drones: also good at jumping sharks.
While his speech laying out a Republican vision of small government and low taxes is familiar, he's hardly as slick with the camera as any politician today.
While the world waits for a giant asteroid to graze the orbits of our television satellites, the people of Central Russia were shocked early Friday morning by a mortality-shaking sort of astronomical spectacular.
As explained in a killer video megamix.
When they first met in 2007, Ted Southern and Nik Moiseev came from two very different worlds. They didn't imagine they'd eventually be in business designing space couture in a modest studio at the Brooklyn Navy Yards.
Perfectly timed for Valentine's Day, assuming you're a cyborg.
William Shatner is a fun interview subject and he is not a bad interviewer either.
The man with an iron stomach and a vision to end world hunger is now rapping.