Darwin

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A 72-Year-Old Australian Hero Fought off a Gang of Crocodiles with a Wrench

He also tore spark plugs out of his boat and pelted the crocs with them.
Helen Donahue
5.18.16
Gaming

Fight with History's Greatest Scientists in an 8-Bit Game

Great science scholars of history become deadly action heroes in 'Science Kombat.'
The Creators Project
3.2.16
Stuff

Three Years After His Brush with Fame, the IKEA Monkey Is Doing Great

On December 9, 2012, Darwin the macaque became a celebrity after a photo of him in a coat went viral. Today he lives at the Story Book Farm Primate Sanctuary in Ontario.
Jen Crothers
12.9.15
Design

$1.5 Million Worth of Tech History Goes to Auction

Bonhams New York is auctioning off an Apple-1, a Nazi Enigma machine, and a letter from Darwin stating he doesn’t believe in God.
Noémie Jennifer
9.17.15
VICE Australia

Darwin Night Patrol

In Part 2 of our series, Over Represented, we rode along with the city's Indigenous night patrol to see how they assist the homeless, and intervene before the police arrive.
VICE Australia
9.14.15
Music

Incarcerated and In Tune: Some Australian Prisoners Have Made a Musical

It's dark, but not persistently so. It's sometimes funny, but there's nothing laughable about it.
Girard Dorney
9.13.15
Stuff

Cry-Baby of the Week: A Chef Threatened to Kill a Coworker Over the Best Way to Make Pizza

Also this week: A woman called the police because her neighbor called her a name.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
9.11.15
Film

We Asked An Evolutionary Biologist What the Hell Minions Actually Are

"We don't have any evidence to suggest that these aren't just really big bags of jelly as opposed to very complicated skeletal structures with muscles."
Mike Pearl
7.14.15
Art

See Your Reflection in Robotic Penguins at a Darwin-Inspired Exhibition

Stuffed animals and theories about genetic drift go hand-in-hand at Daniel Rozin's new 'Descent with Modification' show at bitforms gallery.
Matthew Levine
5.21.15
Stuff

What I Learned Growing up Rollerblading in the 2000s

"I love being on skates. I think everyone has an activity where they feel tranquil and at peace or whatever."
Robbie Pitts
3.9.15
Design

Earth's Genetic History Gets Pressed onto a Colorful Coin

The Cook Islands' new coin features a nanochip with pictures and text that summarizes the story of life on Earth.
Beckett Mufson
2.26.15
News

Australia Is Closing Immigration Detention Centres But it's Not All Good News

It's good because it means there are fewer detainees, but bad because the remaining detainees might go to Nauru.
Emma Do
2.24.15
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