Nic Cage has pushed the limits of acting in the past — but with Outcast, his new movie coming out next week, he's redefining acting completely.
There have been fewer than 100 confirmed sightings of the megamouth shark, an elusive deep-sea species that uses its huge maw to trap tiny bits of plankton and krill.
Science is currently running a special issue on "The End of Privacy." Topics range from drones the hackability of pacemakers to Facebook's freakishly accurate facial-recognition algorithm to the challenges faced by NSA recruiters looking to recruit mathematicians in a post-Snowden era.
In this week's writing prompt, twisting tree trunks and girls in dresses coexist with giant, luminous fish.
Time travel, as presented to us by Back To The Future, is basically a good deal: You get a hoverboard!
Survey results published Thursday by the Pew Research Center in collaboration with the American Academy for the Advancement of Science indicate most Americans hold science in high esteem, while revealing huge opinion gaps between scientists and the general public over issues like GMOs and anthropogenic climate change.
Bill Gates has joined the growing chorus of concern over the potential risks of artificial superintelligence.
Why does this galaxy have such a long curvy tail coming off it? That river of sunlike stars, going into deep space, was pulled away from NGC 7714 due to the gravitational pull of a galaxy passing by.
There were a lot of great things going on in last night's The 100, but one of the most memorable aspects of the episode was pretty darn weird.
We've already ogled Mondo's fantastic new poster for Alien by Tyler Stout . But upon closer inspection the poster ALSO says, "Soundtrack Available On Mondo Records." Could we be getting a vinyl re-release of Jerry Goldsmith's Alien score?
Oh, man. As if casting David Tennant as the impossible sinister Killgrave on Marvel's upcoming Netflix TV series wasn't awesome enough, Grey's Anatomy's Rachael Taylor has joins the cast as the title character's best friend Trish "Patsy" Walker, best known as the ass-kicking supheroine Hellcat.
With so many prominent scientists warning about the dangers of rogue artificial intelligence, and so many ethical concerns coming down the pike in A.I.
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"We have happy cows in Kansas," notes farmer and YouTube star Derek Klingenberg. His latest endeavor involves taking aerial images of his field as his cows mob together to create two eyes and a smiley face, guided by the almighty allure of a feed truck.
Yeah, you read that right. Mattel, begrudgingly admitting that maybe, just maybe, girls also like superheroes, has turned its flagship doll character into one herself.
NASA scientists have used ice-penetrating radar to create a remarkable visualization of the many frozen layers that constitute Greenland's expansive ice sheet.
The first X-Men movie came out in 2000, long before all of our movie trailers started showing up on YouTube and clever marketing ploys could be forwarded with a click of the mouse.
Just how carefully did J.K. Rowling plot out her Harry Potter novels? Incredibly carefully, it turns out.
Remember that ad campaign a while back, that was meant to show you that eggs weren't bad for you? Turns out, they understated the case.
For the first time in nearly a century (!), a Sierra Nevada red fox has been sighted in Yosemite National Park.