science

Loch_Ness_Monster

New Study Claims Loch Ness Monster Is Most Likely A Giant Eel

One of the world’s greatest mysteries may have finally been answered. For years, the world has obsessed over the mythological being known as the Loch Ness Monster. While many have claimed to have spotted the sea monster, known affectionately as Nessie, scientists now claim it is most likely a giant...
Read More
Pig, Cochon noir, Close Up, Snout

Scientists Believe Pig To Human Heart Transplants Possible Within The Next Three Years

The surgeon who pioneered heart transplantation believes we are on the verge of another scientific breakthrough within the next few years.
Read More
Friends, Coworkers, Talking, Laughing, Eating, Pizza

Study Finds People Who Swear A Lot Tend To Make Better Friends

If any of your friends swear more than the other, they might be the very best friend you have.
Read More
Cockatoo

Snowball The Dancing Cockatoo Is Back With 16 Distinct Dance Moves

Everyone’s favorite dancing cockatoo is back, as researchers have set out to prove Snowball’s dancing was no fluke. Snowball, the cockatoo, rose to fame in 2007 after a video went viral of Snowball dancing to Backstreet Boys.
Read More
Mars

Study Suggests Life Existed On Mars Before Earth

Life on Mars may no longer be a fun alien theory, or a hit David Bowie song. A new study suggests life may have possibly existed on mars millions of years before the creation of Earth.
Read More
Boaty McBoatface

Beloved ‘Boaty McBoatFace’ Makes Major Discovery

By Sean Hartnett British research submarine Boaty McBoatface made a startling discovery during its maiden voyage. The humorously-named submarine uncovered a significant link between Antarctic winds and rising sea temperatures. The ship travelled 112 miles, measuring the temperature, saltiness and...
Read More
Dog, Puppy, Eyes, Cataract, Sweet, Old, Elderly.jpg

Study Finds Dogs Have Evolved “Puppy Dog Eyes” Over Time To Appeal To Our Emotions

We’ve all fallen for those sweet puppy dog eyes.
Read More
Mona_Lisa

[Video] Life Like Mona Lisa, Created By AI, Is Extremely Terrifying

The Mona Lisa is one of the most recognizable faces in the world. Now, thanks to science that face has come to life in the most terrifying way. Scientist from the Samsung AI Center used artificial intelligence to give the Mona Lisa some new facial expressions.
Read More
Bill Nye, Interview, Red Bow Tie, Smile

Bill Nye Delivers Hilarious, Expletive-Filled Rant On The Importance Of Climate Change

The best days of school were always when we walked into the classroom and the television was set up, right?
Read More
Pile of maggots

Would You Eat Maggot Ice Cream? Because It's Now A Thing

As bad as chicken nugget ice cream sounds, insect ice cream might be worse. South Africa's Gourmet Grubb has created frozen treats made from bugs. They claim it's good for the environment. Food scientists have found the larvae of the black soldier fly can be blended with ingredients cocoa and honey...
Read More

Pages