The "Dwarf Fortress" developer duo ensures the future of their centuries-long simulation development project by gifting the code to archivists in their will.
When you try to track down the owner of a long-defunct and almost forgotten race track in Central Texas, and numerous people tell you the person you’re after is actress Sandra Bullock, there are plenty of reasons not to believe them.
It's obviously wonderful that Aya Hijazi, the Egyptian-American dual citizen who was jailed in Cairo for almost three years, is back home. But doesn't she deserve slightly higher production values?
Two things to know about the pine processionary moth caterpillar: 1) They move around in huge nose-to-rump lines, with up to 300 caterpillars; and 2) Their hairs will cause you a great deal of distress, so hands off.
When you take a deep dive into Russian YouTube, you never know what sorts of weird odds and ends you'll find.
One astronomer suggests that we just call everything a planet. And it makes a lot of sense.
As a plane shifts from a climb to a dive, there is a fleeting moment where gravity lets up and everything seems possible.
It was an advertisement for AT&T in 1994, and people clicked on it like crazy.
Grant Thompson has shared this handy tip before, but this time around he does a deep dive into the science for all you nerds out there.
Despite the cacophony of cars honking, it was only after another car stopped in front of the tractor-trailer that the trucker realized he had an entire car wedged beneath his truck body. According to the California Highway Patrol, this crash is not considered a criminal incident.
Twitter user Joe Wadlington shared his account of the previous night, when he went on a date with the former general manager of the Times Square Olive Garden, where tourists from around the world are family and also sometimes fight each other with cold, serrated steel.
If you have eight hours to kill but are too lazy to do your own "pacifist speedrun" of the Diablo 2 expansion, this video is for you!
We're wondering if the guide knew exactly what he was doing and wanted to get a good chuckle out of watching a dumb tourist struggle against the elements.
Camille and Kennerly Kitt, also known as the Harp Twins, manage to make their instrumental cover of "Iron Man" almost as ominous as the heavy metal original.
If your Rube Goldberg machine isn't telling a delightful and thrilling tale about two friends rescuing their mate, what is it even good for?
A study released today in Bioacoustics found that birds residing in highly trafficked urban areas dynamically alter the way they sing in response to the noise from traffic.
Neurobiology has made some progress as to how perception and thought actually take form. Consciousness may well be made of atoms, and it all begins with sensations.
Study records what appears to be the first evidence for mind-opening state experienced by users of LSD, ketamine and psilocybin.
If two friends have several mutual connections and one is an avid runner, the other will likely pick up the habit.
What's your alarm like? Well, if you're a resident of Pyongyang in Kim Jong-un's North Korea, it sounds like this eerie tune which is blasted throughout the entire city.
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