After sacrificing her very memories to save the world and a brief hiatus (both in the Marvel universe and ours), Captain Marvel is back and writer Kelly Sue DeConnick is ready to prove why she's Earth's mightiest hero.
Theoretical physicist Brian Greene joined us for a Q&A today where he answered several of our most burning questions about string theory, starting with the most basic: Just what is string theory anyway?
If you think we use whales for our own ends now, just wait for the day when they'll function as transportation.
Giovanni Battista Bracelli's etchings break the human body down into weird shapes and distort our form in ways that remain disturbing to this day.
What would it look like to peer outside of the window of a real spaceship moving along at warp speed through our universe?
This map shows the global superpowers described in George Orwell's 1984, but does this map truly reflect the political state of the world in the novel or is it just another form of Party propaganda?
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Check out this amazingly beautiful optical effect — this rainbow-like feature, called a "glory," was recently captured by Europe's Venus Express orbiter.
Some television series get ravenously consumed by viewers. While others just drag on forever, refusing to die.
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Maybe you read Brandon Sanderson's first entry in The Stormlight Archives, The Way of Kings. Maybe you're just familiar with his work from finishing up Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series.
Now that many of us are trying to avoid gluten like the plague, a slew of gluten-free products have started appearing in our stores.
It was a grab bag of folklore on this week's Lost Girl — some of it brilliant, some of it laughably terrible.
A family recorded their 2-1/2-year-old daughter Delilah reacting to the premiere of Cosmos. We like to think that one day in the future, when Delilah is receiving accolades for piloting the first manned ship to Venus, we will all look back on this clip and say "I remember when." Read more...
When HBO decided to make a TV series of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire books, creators D.B.
Is it a key or is it Jake Gyllenhaal and his doppelgänger whispering sweet nothings to each other? We've got the exclusive reveal of the poster for the curious indie movie Enemy, based off the exceptionally trippy book The Double by Jose Saramago.
After claiming to have developed a novel technique for coaxing the growth of stem cells in an acid bath, Japanese researchers have come under scrutiny for apparent irregularities .
Though "Utopia" means "nowhere," many real-life societies have been strongly influenced by various concepts of a perfect realm where humans live in harmony with each other.
Fred Olen Ray was already a legendary director of B movies and exploitation films back in the early 1980s.
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