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Glaciers melting under the weight of global warming can help sequester carbon, making such watersheds a previously unrecognized CO~2~ sink.
The Bugatti Centodieci pays homage to the EB110, and packs 1,600 horsepower into a W16 engine (basically two V8s).
The 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment may have been thoroughly debunked, but its influence lives on in facile TED talks and interpretations of science that purport to deliver insights into the human condition.
The platform is running a weeklong experiment called RPAN to see how Redditors use new livestreaming capabilities.
Add skittering groups of extra-bold spiders to the list of post-storm delights. As if flooded homes and downed trees aren't enough.
The moral of the story is, don't pick up the phone.
Opinion: Animal meat production is slow, rigid, and wasteful. Plant- and cell-based meat production is swift, nimble, and sustainable.
Plus: A crippled plane lands in a cornfield, beam-bedeviled bus terminal reopens, and a clever license plate goes awry.
Many computer chips are smaller than your fingernail. Cerebras' new chip for AI systems is bigger than a standard iPad.
Tropical Race 4 has spread to the region where most exported bananas are grown.
The salmon-shooter is the latest—and darkest—in a long line of "I don't wanna be here" memes.
You follow them on Instagram, admiring their bodies, envying their lifestyles. And then they get intimate on OnlyFans. The influencers are now obtainable.
The master of nonlinear TV creates shows that demand to be played, not just watched. But when you determine your own path, you have to face the consequences.
Harry Potter–loving, TV-debating, fanfic-writing enthusiasts have emerged from the underground to dominate—and shape—the mainstream.
A new wave of crossword creators started to notice something: The old guard didn't have a clue. Now this band of enthusiasts is thinking outside the boxes.
The nerds are now in charge. They're now the creators of culture—the participants, the coauthors, the influencers, the storytellers.
Ken Cuccinelli, the acting director of US Citizenship and Immigration Services, thinks the poem on the Statue of Liberty could use a rewrite. Yes, really.
Form is moving the swim watch from your wrist to your face. Our review of its fitness-tracking augmented reality goggles.
The stories might sound unbelievable, but they’re all real—and a cautionary tale for anyone who wants to get clever at the DMV.
Coffee Haus makes coffee drinks 100 times an hour in its robotic kiosks. No humans required.