This Smartphone Airbag Automatically Protects Your Phone When You Drop It
The design was a thesis project for a German engineering student.
People Seeing the Moon Up Close for the First Time Is a Dose of Good Vibes
Filmmaker and space lover Wylie Overstreet took his telescope onto the streets of Los Angeles to show strangers the moon, then captured their reactions on film.
Don’t Boycott Razors Because of an Ad, Boycott Them for the Planet
Some people are mad that Gillette released an ad calling out toxic masculinity, but the bigger issue is the waste produced by disposable razors.
The Psychology of Our Love for Marie Kondo and 'Organisation Porn'
The tidying expert’s new Netflix show has drawn breathless attention.
How to Make the Perfect Xmas Movie, from a Man Who Has Made More than a Dozen
Ron Oliver created such made-for-TV classics as 'Angel of Christmas,' 'Christmas Everlasting,' and 'Love at the Thanksgiving Day Parade.'
Tumblr’s Algorithm Thinks Vomiting Unicorns, Raw Chicken, and Boot Cleaners Are Porn
Users have been sharing their innocuous posts that have been deemed #TooSexyForTumblr.
This Pizza Delivery Truck Cooks Your Pie on the Road and Produces Zero Emissions
Toyota and Pizza Hut teamed up to make the prototype, which includes robots that bake your pizza en route.
Tiger Bones and Rhino Horns Are No Longer Banned for Medicine in China
A 25-year ban has been altered to allow the animal parts to be used in medical research and healing, despite the fact that both species are worse off now.
Ecosocialists Believe the Only Way to Stop Climate Change Is to Abandon Capitalism
This week's devastating IPCC report has brought the impending impacts of climate change, and just how far we are from meeting our goals to stop them, into crisp focus.
The Tiger Population in Nepal Has Nearly Doubled Since 2009 Because Conservation Efforts Work
Nepal is one of 13 tiger-range countries striving to double the world’s tiger population by 2022.
Does Getting Lobsters High Before Boiling Them Alive Reduce Suffering?
Michael Tlusty, a lobster biologist at the University of Massachusetts Boston, says the jury is still out on if lobsters can feel pain.
Scientists Finally Solved the Mystery of Antarctica’s Blood Falls
The blood red falls tumble out of a glacier 100 feet to a lake below.