Porous borders, tariff on gold imports and high demand for gold jewellery make the country a preferred market for illicit gold.
A famed physicist dreamed decades ago that future humans, or aliens, could generate energy from black holes. Now, physicists have experimentally shown that it could one day be possible.
"Lee" used cryptocurrency mining ASICs to heat his bath, which turned the temperature up to 122 Fahrenheit.
Trump attacks FBI and DOJ ahead of memo release, 12-year-old girl booked after school shooting, Donald Trump Jr. suggests key FBI official was "fired," and more.
“The people for whom bail is set haven’t been convicted of anything.”
And now he's being sued.
The Tsilhqot'in already have their hands full putting out literal fires, but they're battling the outgoing BC Liberals' latest dick move anyway.
Motherboard visits SNOLAB, where scientists are searching for dark matter, supernovas, and neutrinos inside an active mine.
On Cape Breton Island, where the last coal mine closed in 2001 after years of industry decline, an underwater mine near the 500-person village of Donkin is set to bring coal back.
After a vote on Wednesday, Québec might blow up the mine with dynamite.
As Wales’ steelworks close, entrepreneurs are finding new uses for old industrial structures—including Susan Fiander-Woodhouse, who keeps 20-kilogram metal cases of cheese at the bottom of a Blaenafon mineshaft.