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As far back as 350 B.C., Aristotle theorized that sleep provides physical renewal. And though we've Long known that we need sleep, determining exactly.
He's the legendary astrophysicist and director of the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History. This month, Tyson begins hosting.
How language emerged is one of evolution's biggest mysteries. A clue might come from a rather surprising place.
A mental_floss conversation with the rock star of astrophysics
Part car, part airplane, and part spaceship, the Bloodhound SSC aims to shatter the land speed record set in 1997 by the Thrust SSC.
Whether online of offline, your browser can perform some amazing feats.
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Archaeologists are digging up evidence of unstoppable women warriors.
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Adam Roberts reflects on the accomplishments of our generation's only truly utopian writer.
In AD 536 the sun dimmed and global temperatures plunged, leading to famine, plague and the collapse of empires.
The next generation of games consoles have finally arrived, but which is worth the cash and do they have any place alongside your PC?
Technology that matches faces to names can already single out criminals. What happens when it can identify anyone?
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