Scientists Find Evidence of an Ocean Deep Inside Pluto
Reddish deposits of ammonia on Pluto suggest that liquid water, the key to life as we know it, exists below its surface.
Dance Music Acts Sample This 80s Piano Line So Much for a Reason
From M People and Liquid to Bulgarian DJ KiNK, Marshall Jefferson's bittersweet chords on Cece Rogers’ “Someday” still stand the test of time.
Unbuttoned's "Womxn Cry" Is A Visual Ode To Surviving As A Black Woman
“It is the only way I could tell my story. We are survivors.”
Artist Figured Out How To Control Water With Her Mind
An EEG, a few speakers, and some metal plates filled with water compose the artist's brain wave-bending installations.
Saying Goodbye to the Gooey Glory of the Squishiest Art Vine Account, Primetimeslime
Even after the death of our favorite six-second video app, here’s how you can still watch minutes and minutes of gloopy goodness.
Splash Scientists Want to Make a Better Urinal
Yes, Oxford engineers study splashing, and yes, their research will be applied to urinals.
Liquid-Filled Vinyl Records Make Trippy Art, Music
Now, collectors can own playable albums sealed with glitter, hair, leaves, and even blood.
The FDA Says to Stop Calling Plain Old Sugar 'Evaporated Cane Juice'
Sugar doesn’t exactly have the best reputation, so some health food brands have taken to listing "evaporated cane juice" as an ingredient instead. The FDA is not pleased.
NASA's New Cups Will Change the Way Astronauts Drink in Space
Astronauts typically drink through straws, from bags filled with everything from water to coffee to cocoa. But a new cup developed by NASA dubbed the “Capillary Beverage Experiment” makes use of the “combined effects of surface tension, wetting, and...
Japanese Animator's Characters Melt Together with Stunning Flow
Females, fish, and flowers fuse in Masanobu Hiraoka's newest animated short film.
Let's Watch Water and Paint Dance Inside a Fish Bowl—Again
Artist Hyde Park, a.k.a. Kamiel Rongen, shares the latest in the 'Waterballet' series.
Liquid Nitrogen Cocktails Look Cool, But You Might Lose Your Gut
Liquid nitrogen, the instant wart-removing, CPU cooling, cryogenic liquid that expands into gas at ratio of 1-to-694 in room temperature environments has now been linked with an unexpected gastrectomy (stomach removal) of a young woman near Lancaster...