Why working out is great for health, but not for weight loss, explained in five minutes.
Do all of your cells get switched out for new ones every seven years or so? Does anything remain with you throughout your entire life?
The intricacies of diplomatic immunity, a tradition dating back at least 4,000 years.
Humans (and our pets) frequently instinctively stretch as soon as we wake up. But why?
If you logged onto the internet circa 1997, chances are you heard this guy, Elwood Edwards, greet you with a warm “Welcome! You’ve got mail.” Thirty years and hundreds of millions of logins later, the rest is history.
The engineering behind Snapchat’s augmented-reality selfies.
Sudan, Najin and Fatu are the last three northern white rhinos left in the world. The three are living out their days at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya with an attentive group of caretakers, veterinarians, and guards. So far, attempts to breed the rhinos have…
Yes, it’s only micrograms of difference, but it’s still really weird: until 2018, the kilogram is defined as “the weight of this physical object”. So what happens when that object changes?
Your skin deserves better.
Edison may have been a jerk, but he was a badass jerk.