It's time to stop pinning our hopes on pseudoscience.
Excerpt: The Edumacation Book
Seeing isn't believing.
One day we may look to biological rather than physical storage of data...just not yet.
These 10 people have signed up to die on Mars, in order to live there.
The Los Angeles-based Sci-Fest will feature original one-act science fiction plays and actors from "Star Trek," "Buffy," "Supernatural," and more.
The more scientifically accurate the story is, the less fun the fiction.
A study comparing mood-related words in U.S. and British books shows that Americans increasingly use emotional words more often.
Mice exposed to radiation were more likely to fail memory tests and develop brain plaques associated with Alzheimer's.
Some methods that people have suggested for preventing, or stopping, a hurricane--and why they might not work
The influential architect, who once proposed a traveling space station to memorialize Albert Einstein, died today.
Meet our closest neighbor. The planet closely orbits Alpha Centauri B, which is a little bit smaller than the sun.
Pour out some dandelion wine
One man's noise is another man's long-sought signal
Futurist Ray Kurzweil explains how the boundary between man and machine is quickly disappearing. PLUS: A gallery of today's most mind-blowing 'bots
Our ancient quest to create androids is about to destroy the boundary between humans and machines. Futurist, author and inventor Ray Kurzweil explains how
Biological threats provide fertile plot material for books, movies and videogames
The Chopper, Beta Version
The science and the fiction of time travel are weird. But the science is weirder.
A brief history of the subject, in both science and fiction, with help from the TV and film experts of Comedy Central's Beat the Geeks, Paul Goebel and Marc Heuck.