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If you've seen Guardians of the Galaxy, you know exactly who we're talking about. But spoilers ahead, beware!
As an archeologist, Indiana Jones' behavior was unimpressive. Artifacts were broken, library floors unceremoniously smashed, and nary a scientific journal was in sight.
In a future where Antarctica is one of the last habitable places on Earth, Hebe and Ciro have just gotten back together.
Within 30 years, it's likely that farmers will be battling deadly crop pests that they've never seen before.
DJ Qualls, who played Garth on Supernatural, is bringing his full zany personality to Syfy's new show Z Nation in the role of Citizen Z — but if he keeps taking risks like the one he takes in this exclusive clip, he won't last as long as Garth did.
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There's a hurricane heading your way and your local supermarket is out of batteries and water. Fear not: Popular Science's Allie Wilkinson has a quick and handy guide to surviving a hurricane with household items.
We love villains who revel in their misdeeds. But we also obsess over villains who keep making us hope that they might one day join the good guys and walk the path of righteousness.
Remember last month when I talked about wanting to see more science fiction and fantasy translated into English from other languages?
Last night, scientists from around the world gathered at Harvard's iconic Sanders Theatre for the "24rd First Annual" Ig Nobel Awards, the wonderfully peculiar annual awards ceremony that recognizes those achievements that first make people laugh, and then make them think.
Things may be better down where it's wetter, but when you plunge in the ocean depths, the marine life can get downright terrifying.
I visited the cast and crew on the set of Sleepy Hollow to watch this supernatural show raise the dead and a little hell for Season Two.
Yes, it's got quite the schnoz — but you probably wouldn't want to mess with this giant herbivore. The recently identified species of hadrosaur measured some 30 feet long and weighed over 8,500 pounds.
This is a fascinating conversation between Scottish SF author Ken MacLeod (Intrusion, The Execution Channel) and British historian Francis Spufford, which took place just a couple of weeks before last night's historic vote on Scottish independence.
It's clear that a lot of work and a lot of love went into this creepy eight-minute Spawn fan film. When a former witch and her son go into a grocery store, he has just the sort of encounter his mother had hoped to protect him from.
New research suggests we're motivated to seek equal rewards — despite the disadvantages to ourselves — to prevent our partners from being unhappy and to avoid any negative outcomes that may follow.
Massive galaxies in the universe have stopped making their own stars and are instead cannibalizing their neighbors, say astronomers, who also created this computer simulation of our own Milky Way being devoured by the much larger Andromeda Galaxy in the distant future.
Until the day he died, physicist Samuel Cohen declared that his invention, the neutron bomb, was a "moral" and "sane" weapon that would kill enemy combatants, while sparing civilians and cities.