Featured in sept-oct 2017
WATCH: How far can these animals and objects move in 10 seconds?
It's the the 10-second marathon.
A brief, 20,000-year history of timekeeping
As clocks got more accurate, we had to redefine the second.
This American auto rivals the speed and power of racecars
Gone in 2.3 seconds.
How much of your life do you spend eating? Grooming? Watching TV?
A day in the life of an average American.
Nightstand essentials to help you fall asleep
Slumber buddies for the five senses.
In photos: The last great American watchmaker
Watchmakers use century-old tools to turn gold and gems into timepieces.
Five experts on how time shapes our world—and how our minds shape time
If you’ve ever waited in line, you need to read this.
Wait a second: What came before the big bang?
Not everyone thinks the universe had a beginning.
Something in our brain is making these spirals look like they are moving
Snakes on a plane.
Is there a way to be productive while I sleep?
And other amazing stuff we wish someone would invent.