Why Does Coriander Make Me Feel Sick and Angry: an Investigation
There's a genetic reason why some people love coriander and others think it tastes like rotten soap.
Getting High on a Thai Tree with Psychoactive Leaves
'HAMILTON'S PHARMACOPEIA' investigates the science behind kratom, a Southeast Asian tree with psychotropic properties.
Britain Throws a Terrifying Amount of Salad Away Each Year
New figures from waste advisory body WRAP reveal that 40 percent of the bagged salad bought in the UK every year ends up being chucked.
This Artist Turns Leaves into Patterned Works of Art
With a fine blade, Nina Pearse creates freeform motifs from Mother Nature.
Mister Saturday Night's Justin Carter Is a Pensive Singer-Songwriter on New Track
The track is off his forthcoming debut album, 'The Leaves Fall.'
Eating Hallucinogenic Salvia Leaves in Oaxaca
Hamilton Morris seeks out a shaman to perform the traditional ceremony honoring the psychedelic Salvia divinorum plant on the new episode of 'Hamilton's Pharmacopeia.'
The Leafy Endeavors of a Handcarving Artist
Dessie Jeanne Marshall's intricate works are way finer than anything gold-leafed.
Watch This Giant Pile of Leaves Explode
It beats raking them.
This Fall Foliage Map Shows You When to Expect Peak Autumn Gorgeousness
Why is everyone hating on fall?
In New Mexico, a Robotic Butterfly Garden Awaits
Flutter by the latest robotic installation from designer, creative director and media artist, Ryan Wolfe.
Hypnotize Your Eyes with Wooden Zoetrope Sculptures
3D Zoetropes are even cooler paired with sweater weather.
Banned in the US, Qat Juice Is Buzzing in Israel
The psychostimulant plant known as qat—which contains compounds that are chemically similar to ephedrine and amphetamines—is banned in the US and much of Europe. But in Israel, it's legal, prolific, and delicious to chew.