A post shared by Julius Nielsen (@juniel85) on Jul 29, 2017 at 12:37pm PDT In a study recently published in Science, a group of researchers posited that they may have found the oldest vertebrate on Earth—a Greenland shark that could be up to 512 years old.
Alan Young of The Atlantic is keeping up his annual tradition of curating one of the most unique advent calendars...
Japanese researcher and psychologist Kohske Takahashi of Chukyo University has recently discovered a new, mind-boggling type of optical illusion.
We all know that by their very definition, GIFs are silent. So why is it that people are hearing this GIF created by HappyToast. Originally made in 2008, it's been making the rounds again after Dr. Lisa DeBruine from the University of Glasgow's Institute of Neuroscience & Psychology started inquiring about why many people think they can hear the GIF. Does anyone in visual perception know why you can hear this gif? pic.twitter.
It turns out that dice, like martinis, prefer to be shaken, not stirred.
Ex-NASA engineer Mark Rober specializes in making science fun and exciting via his YouTube channel, which has over 2.5 million subscribers.
Ernst Haeckel was born in a time when art and science were entwined, each informing the other through exciting discoveries in the 19th and early-20th centuries. A biologist, naturalist, philosopher, and artist, Haeckel's gorgeous drawings helped introduce to the world to microscopic organisms previously unseen.
All good things must come to an end.
Thanks to the work of scientists, we may be hearing messages from extraterrestrials in just 25 years.
NASA’s Juno space probe first launched on August 5, 2011 from Cape Canaveral, Florida, and after traveling for more than five years, over a distance of 1.74 billion miles, it arrived in orbit around Jupiter on July 4, 2016. During its first exploratory missions, Juno glided beneath the planet’s cloud cover—coming within about 2,100 miles (3,400 kilometers)
Most of us spend a good portion of our lives thinking you can only get a good look at the...