Scientists Track Down Origins Of The Mysterious Alien Object 'Oumuamua
The interstellar rock 'Oumuamua astounded scientists when it hurtled through the solar system in 2017. Now, scientists backtrack its flight to find its mysterious origins.
Paralyzed Patients Get The Chance To Walk Again With New Breakthrough
A new study reveals that paralysis patients now have a shot for recovery with an experimental treatment that includes a spinal implant and physical therapy. A handful of patients already show positive results.
45 Most Dangerous Animals In The World
Give these creatures a wide berth when you spot them in the wild because they're likely to overcome humans with their power, speed, or venom. Some of the killers on the list may surprise you.
100 Cities With The Most Beautiful Women In The World
On the hunt for the most attractive women on Earth? It turns out many of them flock to the same cities around the world. Here are 100 of the best destinations for people looking to meet beautiful women.
Upper-ocean warming is changing the global wave climate, making waves stronger
Sea level rise puts coastal areas at the forefront of the impacts of climate change, but new research shows they face other climate-related threats as well. In a study published January 14 in Nature Communications, researchers report that the energy of ocean waves has been growing globally, and they found a direct association between ocean warming and the increase in wave energy.
First Dust Storms Spotted On Titan
Organic dust was found causing massive storms in Saturn's largest moon Titan. The findings of this recent study sheds more light on the geologic and atmospheric cycles of the Earth-like moon.
Humans Are Making The Earth Wobble As It Spins: Here's How
As the Earth spins on its axis, scientists observe a noticeable wobble on its motion. It's a phenomenon that has existed for centuries and now we've finally figured out why.
Scientists Find The Oldest Animal On Earth: Meet The Half-Billion-Year-Old Dickinsonia
Alien-like long, ridged organisms are now classified as the oldest known animals on the planet. The Dickinsonia, approximately 558 million years old, puzzled scientists for decades, but fat molecules finally solve the mystery.
This 'Robotic Skin' Brings Inanimate Objects, Stuffed Toys To Life
Yale University researchers have designed new 'robotic skins' that can simply be slipped onto inanimate objects to make them move like automatons. The new customizable tech can be used in a variety of tasks from wearable technology to space missions.
The Milky Way Nearly Crashed Into Another Galaxy
The stars have spoken. As scientists discover oddly shaped stellar movement patterns in the Milky Way disk, they uncover a turbulent past that included a near collision with another familiar galaxy.
Giant 1,000-Foot Spider Web Blankets Entire Lagoon In Greece
Beautiful lagoons in Aitoliko, Greece are entirely covered in spider webs as arachnids take over the coast for their mating season. It's an unusual sight, but experts say it is harmless to people and the environment.
The Melting Permafrost Is Leaking Acid In The Arctic
Acid is spilling over into the Arctic, dissolving rocks in the process. According to scientists, the alarming phenomenon is a result of the permafrost melting in the region due to the rising temperature worldwide.
'Star Trek' Planet Vulcan Exists And Astronomers Just Found It
As 'Star Trek' says, space is the final frontier and astronomers are continuing to chart the course. Scientists have finally found the planet Vulcan orbiting a star that’s just 16 light-years from Earth.
There Are Plans For A Real-Life 'Jurassic Park' With Woolly Mammoths and Other Extinct Creatures
The mammoths are set to rise again, Jurassic Park-style. A new scientist is dreaming up of an Ice Age Park in Russia, saying that operations are already underway to try and clone the long-extinct woolly mammoth.