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The Global Climate Strike inspired amazingly creative posters. Here are some of the funniest and most clever.
Funny signs spotted across the world at various locations of the Glocal Climate Strike, raising awareness for improved action towards climate change.
Scientists are working to solve the mysteries of superbolts, the most energetic kind of lightning — here’s what we know so far
Superbolts unleash 1,000 times more energy than normal lightning. They appear in the winter, over the ocean.
Neanderthals were more advanced than you think, and the speed of light isn't absolute. Some science may have changed since you were in school.
A lost 8th continent is hidden nearly 1,000 miles under Europe, new research shows. Scientists named it ‘Greater Adria.’
Millions of years ago, the supercontinent Pangea broke up into land masses that became modern-day continents. One continent was buried under Europe.
A Harvard psychologist interviewed 120 people in or near retirement — and found that the ones who were happy had built themselves new lives
Retirement is more than money. HBS professor Teresa Amabile tells us about why some retirees feel like they've "leapt into the void."
This 9/11 first responder had his family’s DNA tattooed into his skin so that he’s never alone while undergoing chemotherapy
Former NYPD officer Johnny Walker is dealing with stage 4 colon cancer after responding to the call on September 11, 2001.
The Epstein-funded MIT lab has an ambitious project that purports to revolutionize agriculture. Insiders say it’s mostly smoke and mirrors.
MIT Media Lab staff faked key elements of its "personal food computer" project, insiders told Business Insider. In one instance, staff were told to place herbs grown elsewhere into the boxes.
Everything we know about uBiome, the startup that convinced Silicon Valley that testing poop was worth $600 million, and then filed for bankruptcy ami...
uBiome's test promised insights into your health from a tiny sample of your poop. But problems are mounting for the startup.
India’s $145 million lunar mission is set to make it just the 4th nation to make a soft landing on the moon, only months after NASA called its a...
If the mission is successful, India will follow in the footsteps of China, Russia, and the US, in making a soft moon landing.
Researchers have suggested that the strange substance could be "melt glass," formed from meteorites crashing into the lunar surface.