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The criminalization of cannabis has lead to the creation of a synthetic cannabinoid analogue black market that is far more dangerous than the cannabis plant, a new study reveals.
The world around us is a mess, yet we’re able to understand it. How do our brains make sense of it all, and how does design make it easier?
Take this perception test to see how visually intelligent you are.
The largest earthquake ever recorded in Kansas—a 4.9 magnitude temblor that struck northeast of Milan on Nov. 12, 2014—has been officially linked to wastewater injection into deep underground wells, according to new research from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
Curb that showed movement of Hayward fault ‘fixed’ by city, much to the dismay of geologists.
Carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere stayed above 400 parts per million (ppm) during September—a time when CO2 levels typically hit the yearly low—raising fears that the planet has reached a point of no return.
Science has unravelled some of the world’s greatest mysteries, but it can’t explain everything.
You’ve probably never heard of oobleck before now, but we hope watching it undulate and explode in slow-motion will make you want to find out more.
In case you forgot.
What would it look like to return home from outside our galaxy?
SpaceX founder Elon Musk has outlined his highly ambitious vision for manned missions to Mars, which he said could begin as soon as 2022 – three years sooner than his previous estimates.
Scientists believe Venus was once Earth-like. How is this possible and what caused the planet to turn toxic?
20,000 Watt Halogen lamp used for large scale films sets, we get a close up look and full power test.
Three decades after the worst nuclear power plant catastrophe in history, a site in Chernobyl is being reimagined as a solar energy farm—one that would be the world's largest once built. The 1986 meltdown, which released radiation at least 100 times more powerful than...
Doctors in Arizona are experimenting with 3D printing technology to help save the lives of babies.