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Archaeologists working in the Golan heights have discovered 2,000-year-old imprints made by the boot

Archaeologists working in the Golan heights have discovered 2,000-year-old imprints made by the boots of Roman soldiers.

Cobalt Was So Murderous That it Was Named After Evil Spirits

Cobalt is named for the German word “kobold,” or goblin. The association wasn’t innocent. It got the name because cobalt was responsible for the horrible and mysterious deaths of miners.

The Truth About the Scientific Method: It's Much Messier Than You Think

Scientific labs are in the business of uncovering truths. But, when you look a little closer at how they work, there’s another truth coming out of them: The process to getting there is a lot messier than it looks from the outside.

We Now Know Some Of The Plot Before Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Years ago, we thought the destruction of the Death Star at the end of Return of the Jedi marked the beginning of peace in a galaxy far, far, away.


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Gawker We Fixed That Awful Homophobic “Coming Out” Video | Gizmodo Here’s the Government’s Horrifying New Fireworks Safety Demonstration | Kotaku Guy Sneaks Into Game Studio, Finds Unannounced Game [UPDATE] | Lifehacker Tip Tester: How Other Sriracha Sauces Compare to the Original Rooster | Kinja Po

What is a Terrestrial Planet?

In studying our Solar System over the course of many centuries, astronomers learned a great deal about the types of planets that exist in our universe.

Saga Creator Brian K. Vaughan is Going to Write a Walking Dead Story

For its entire 12 year run so far The Walking Dead comic has been written by one person: Robert Kirkman.

Your Burning Questions About The Plot of Terminator Genisys, Answered!

Did you walk out of Terminator Genisys with a ton of questions about the plot? It’s a time travel movie, so it would be kind of crazy if you didn’t.

An American Has Died From Measles for the First Time Since 2003

A woman in Clallam County, Washington has died of measles. It is the first U.S. death since 2003 to be attributed to the highly infectious disease.

There May Be Nowhere Near the Number of Galaxies We Thought There Were

It looks like we might have overestimated how many neighbors we have. New predictions show that the universe might be an emptier place than we imagined.

This Experiment Will Make You Believe in Spontaneous Generation of Life

This experiment involves two liquids and a machine that will jiggle them. That’s all. So how does it create a family of “worms” that branch out from and interact with each other?

There Are Strawberries Growing Underwater Off the Coast of Italy

Just off the coast of Noli, Italy, tethered twenty feet below the surface of the Mediterranean Sea, hover five bulbous biospheres filled with plants, light, and warm, wet air.

What to Expect From Aliens When We Make First Contact

Given the vastness of space, it may only be a matter of time before we make contact with intelligent extraterrestrials.

Help Celebrate And Preserve The Amazing Art Of Animated Short Films

Some of the coolest movies ever made are short animated features. In a shorter film, without the constraints of live-action, you can let your imagination run wild.

Guy Sneaks Into Game Studio, Finds Unannounced Game

Sometimes, game studios have strict security. Other times, they let random people sneak into their buildings, steal lunch, and find out about unannounced games.

The 12 Creepiest Card Descriptions in Magic: The Gathering

One of the most iconic elements of Magic: The Gathering is the tiny snippets of lore written on the bottom of each card, known as “flavor text” to fans.

What I Learned From Re-Reading Stephen King's The Stand

I was twelve the first time I read Stephen King’s The Stand. My dad read it before I did. We were on vacation, and I saw him with the paperback, the edition with the silver binding and blue-black cover.

No, a Nuclear Explosion Did Not Launch a Manhole Cover into Space

In 1957, the Nevada Test Site saw a series of nuclear explosions that, according to legend, launched a manhole cover into space.

The First Photos From Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Are Here

We’ve seen a few promo shots and lots of paparazzi shots but now, for the first time, photos from the actual movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice are online.