A Trump Presidency signals many problems for the United States and our ability to slow climate change is a big one. Here’s why.
Maybe you think fake news stories sound too absurd to believe and that satire is obvious. Research on cognitive biases show that you’d be wrong.
Just when we need the free press the most, journalism is facing an existential crisis.
We all are looking for our tribes, but this can be an especially difficult thing to accomplish for African Americans atheists, leaving them to become a minority within a minority.
Planet Earth II’s extended trailer is now out and it’s beautiful.
When InterVarsity Christian Fellowship tightened its employee rules on LGBTQ relationships, a fury broke out online. Now many wonder what this means about the organization’s future.
Rosetta finished off her mission this week doing what she does best: science.
There’s no party like a SpaceX party, and today that party included plans to go to Mars and within few years.
Some people relish being the rebel, while others find themselves doing it reluctantly, believing that the status quo is far too dangerous to continue.
Did you know you could visit the National Parks from the comfort of your own home? Get the kids, because when you’re done visiting Google’s “The Hidden Worlds of the National Parks” online, you’ll want to go there in person.
If you’re not religious and you feel like an outcast in society, a new study shows us why and reinforces it with some data.
Dolphins speak in complete sentences and they are apparently even good listeners. Unfortunately, we’re not smart enough to figure out what they’re saying.
Trees and fungus are not the separate things we think they are; they are part of a larger communications network that provides for an economy, complete with banking systems.
Mercury retrograde is a giant nocebo effect, which is based entirely on an ancient and faulty view of the solar system. Buzzfeed just reported on it like almost 500 years of science never happened.
Giraffe populations have dropped by at least 40% in just the span of 15 years. And as it turns out, there are fewer mating options for them than we previously knew.