- Congress calls for permanent office to address ‘unidentified aerial phenomena’.
- The asteroid that wiped out dinosaurs shaped the fortunes of snakes.
- The earliest prehistoric art is hand prints made by children.
- This fossilised skin sample of an iconic dinosaur has revealed jaw-dropping details.
- Firm raises $15million to bring back woolly mammoth from extinction. I have a crazy idea: how about we first work on not making currently existing animals go extinct?
- What animals think of death: Far from being a uniquely human feat, having a concept of death is a fairly common trait in the animal kingdom
- The CRISPR family tree holds a magnitude of untapped gene editing tools.
- ‘Neurograins’ could be the next brain-computer interfaces.
- Facebook wants to live on your face.
- Video of the Day: Something big just hit Jupiter.
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Quote of the Day:
In the old days, a man could just get sick and die. Now, they have to wage a battle. The reason I don’t like it is because in the old days, they’d go: ‘Hey, that old man died.’ Now, they go: ‘He lost his battle.’ That’s no way to end your life: ‘What a loser that guy was! Last thing he did was lose.’
Now I’m no doctor, but I’m pretty sure that if you die, the cancer also dies at the same time. So to me, that’s not a loss, that’s a draw.