We’re more likely to stare at the light in our hands than the light above. What do we lose when we lose the sky?
Somewhere out in Texas, a group is building a machine to challenge the human perception of time.
On humanity’s often fanatical, obsessive, and fearful road to the cosmos over the course of the 20th century.
Scientists have discovered it may be possible to erase traumatic memories. So, who are you without your pain?
All the great celestial bodies in the universe to choose from, and we go and park ourselves on icy old 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.
Our corpses react unpredictably when left underwater. Luckily for researchers interested in such things, humans and pigs decompose in remarkably similar ways.