How climate change, terrorism, and the "precrime" arrest of dozens of activists are all connected at the global climate conference in Paris.
Astrophysicists Tom van Doorsslaere and Giovanni Lapenta of the Belgian KU Leuven used some simple Newtonian mechanics.
Finding the middle ground between cultural sensitivity and scientific progress on the slopes of a sacred volcano.
Today, MySpace embodies an unexpected aspect of online business culture: eternal optimism. The people currently in charge of the site imagine that with a little luck it could return to its current glory, even if no one else thinks so.
The right to open up your stuff is under attack, but DIY fixers are keeping the art of repair alive.
Thousands of people say taking barely perceptible doses of hallucinogens has helped them but there still hasn't been a major scientific trial.
There's really no reason not to be constantly wasted in the wasteland.
A notorious hacker and anti-Anonymous troll has confessed to being an FBI informant.
After a battle with Lyme disease, Steve Cronin turned himself into a smart drug guinea pig.
Step one: be a medical researcher.
I left convinced that VR was not only the future of sex, but also the future of infidelity.
Nobody wants to keep being reminded of a former flame. Facebook is making it so that you don't have to.
Over 15 years after it was first publicly disclosed, SQL injection is still the number one threat to websites.
Four former US drone operators are speaking out against the remote assassination program.
With your help, @TheseFutures will create an atlas of modern speculation.
Decades after the fall of Soviet Union, scientists are working to determine the lasting environmental effects of Soviet nuclear testing in Kazakhstan.
The Defense Logistics Agency spends $40 billion a year on clothes, oil, food, parts, bullets, and everything else the military needs.
They don't hover and they're not even really boards, but riding one around New York will get you a ticket.
The US military shipped thousands of defective gun parts to troops, and knew it for years.
Most people hate their jobs anyway. Why not kick your feet up and let a robot do it for you?
"Top Yoga Songs For Halloween," "Three-Week Abortion Day in Pictures," and more.
Privacy advocates worry that governments will use terrorism as an excuse to take away people's right to secure communication.
Meet the company that's will deploy massive deep sea mining drones to start the deep sea gold rush—whether we're ready or not.
His Holiness on emptiness and entanglement.