Sinkholes are usually covered as "massive portal to hell opens in middle of street," but how do they actually form? Practical Engineering has you covered.
There are even more compelling reasons to embrace physical activity than looks (and looking good is pretty great in itself).
If you've ever stared slack-jawed at the credits of a blockbuster movie and wondered what the difference between "producers" and "executive producers" is, or what the hell a "colorist's" job is, this video will help clear things up.
Does being unfaithful always mean you've got contempt for the relationship you're in? A romanticist would tell you "yes" even if you remain deeply committed to your partner after the act.
The stars must be towards the pole or direction of movement.
Marc Summers, host of "Double Dare" and "What Would You Do?" explains what was actually in the goop.
You might already know that Shakespeare came up with such famous phrases as "star-crossed lovers" and "much ado about nothing." But did you also know that the immortal bard came up with terms we all use everyday?
Don't cut all of your hair off or get a bad tattoo. Try out some of these solutions — most of which are scientifically vetted — and give your broken heart some time to mend.
Kalanick transformed Uber from a luxury service into an industry-shattering corporate monolith in just a few years, but not without some major missteps.
To stoics, everything around us is cause and effect, resulting in a structured universe that we can approach with thoughtfulness and control.
Airplanes can't fly because it's too hot? That's crazy. No, not if you understand the science behind it.
Every summer solstice, thousands gather at Stonehenge to watch the sunrise — the problem is, they're probably six months early.
Okay, okay. Maybe "universe" is a little strong — but you'll see some really nifty waves and that's gotta count for something, right?
For Pride Month, Spotify has collaborated with GLAAD and Greater Than AIDS to make a new set of multimedia playlists that combine celebrity-narrated videos with historical music selections to recount pivotal moments in LGBT history.
This is one of the clearest explanations for objects in the fourth dimension that we've ever heard.
Barrow, Alaska is not an easy place to live, yet it's one of the oldest permanently inhabited settlements in North America. Wendover Productions examines the reasons why.
Otto Warmbier, a University of Virginia student who was detained in North Korea 17 months ago, has died after being returned to the US last week in a coma. How did a student who left on his trip perfect health end up here?
Democrat Jon Ossoff is facing off against Republican Karen Handel in Georgia's 6th congressional district to take Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price's House seat.
The deeper we look, the more symmetries we find.
Modern art can be hard to understand, especially when it looks like a kitchy statue of the Pink Panther cradling a naked woman or a giant metal kids ballon. However, this tribute, to one of the most prolific artists of our era, helps make it all a little more approachable.
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