New B-21 stealth bomber photos reveal tantalizing clues about the aircraft
When it comes to next-gen stealth planes, the Air Force and aerospace companies need to be very careful about the photos they release.
The world’s internet traffic flows beneath the oceans—here’s how
Hundreds of subsea cables connect the globe's far-flung spots, and a new one is planned between the US, Bermuda, and Portugal.
Is there such a thing as a smell illusion?
In a world of optical and auditory illusions, there are few olfactory ones. Or are there any at all?
Two fault lines near Seattle could rupture in one giant earthquake
Tree ring samples reveal a pair of quakes, or one large one, in Seattle’s geologic history.
A gigantic Navy drone is ready to surveil the ocean from above
It's called the Triton, and it's built for endurance.
Afraid of needles? Check out this octopus-inspired drug patch.
The sucker-like device is a cheeky way to take your medicine.
The CIA is building its version of ChatGPT
The agency's first chief technology officer confirms a chatbot based on open-source intelligence will soon be available to its analysts.
A fossilized trilobite stomach can show us clues to Cambrian cuisine
The 465-million-year-old gut contents reveal similarities between the ancient arthropod and modern crabs.
Turkey vultures have the ultimate self-defense technique: projectile vomiting
Plus other weird things we learned this week.
Mysterious ‘fairy circles’ may appear on three different continents
Researchers used AI to comb the world's deserts for the natural phenomena, but debate continues.