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Amazon keeps selling out of these genius things that you've probably never heard of

You'll wonder how you ever lived without these totally clever things.

28 November 2022

'Avenue 5' Season 2 Episode 8 release date, time, plot, and trailer for the HBO finale

Here's everything you need to know about the Season 2 finale of HBO's 'Avenue 5.'

28 November 2022

Firefly swarms may have finally solved a 20-year-old scientific mystery

In the quiet woods, the synchronized flashes of fireflies and their dissonant counterparts may have illuminated a trove of new chimeras for mathematicians and physicists to chase.

27 November 2022

Massive sex study disproves a common assumption about human mating habits

In our recently published research, we found that the genetic links between traits found in many studies might not be connected by genes at all. Instead, many are a result of how humans mate.

27 November 2022

Physicists debunk 4 myths about quantum theory โ€”ย including one that stumped Einstein

When the 2022 Nobel prize in physics was awarded to Alain Aspect, John Clauser and Anton Zeilinger for research shedding light on quantum mechanics, it sparked excitement and discussion.

27 November 2022

Europe wants to send a 50-pound rover to a tiny, strange Solar System moon

With the MMX rover, the world is breaking new ground in terms of technology because never before has an exploration vehicle with wheels travelled on a small celestial body with only one-thousandth of the Earthโ€™s gravitational pull.

27 November 2022

Canโ€™t stand the rain? A meteorologist debunks 5 misconceptions about wet weather

Talking about the weather may be a national pastime in wet places like the UK, but there are things even British people may not know about rain.

27 November 2022

Concrete built the world for at least 2,000 years โ€”ย now, it must adapt or crumble

For thousands of years, humanity has had a love affair with cement and concrete. But now, industry groups and researchers are seeking solutions to the huge amounts of carbon dioxide that cement-making generates.

27 November 2022

This 239-year-old technology could revolutionize astronomy

While most people may not be aware, astronomers have long used satellites to launch telescopes and other scientific equipment above Earth.

27 November 2022

'High on Life' is 2022's most intriguing shooter

'High on Life' is much more than just a comedy bit in a shooter's skin.

27 November 2022