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Even with its explanatory power, Big Bang theory takes its place in a long line of myths.
Sacred beliefs likely arose out of prehistoric bonding and rituals.
All sophisticated life on the planet Earth may owe its existence to one freakish event.
In the 1920s, two murderers were defended by science. The infamous case still echoes.
How a new technology is resurrecting patients from what was once certain death.
Gamers are giving scientists insights into how people react to a plague.
A journey to the underwater volcanoes where life may have erupted.
The origins of language are not what inherited disorders seemed to suggest.
“It’s amazing what we let our teachers teach us.”
In Ethiopia, paleontologists are pushing back the clock on humanity’s origins.
Get back to nature, right in your own neighborhood.
Blind to the mathematical odds, we fall to the marketing gods.
The Fall 2014 Quarterly looks ahead.
With our brains plugged into virtual worlds all day, what is real?
Magnifying our mutant, turbulent, symmetrical natures.
In the late spring of 2010, the world watched, often in real time, a new kind of environmental disaster unfold: An oil rig operating deep under the seafloor of the Gulf of Mexico exploded,…Read More
Last week, researchers using the Planck spacecraft to study the skies announced that the polarization of light spotted by the BICEP2 experiment could be entirely explained by dust swirling…Read More
On 27 August 1883, the Earth let out a noise louder than any it has made since.It was 10:02 AM local time when the sound emerged from the island of Krakatoa, which sits between Java and…Read More
Science giveth, and science taketh away. What appeared earlier this year to be a long-sought glimpse of ancient ripples in spacetime now seems to have been schmutz in astronomers’ eyes.…Read More