In yet another episode of ‘What crazy idea is Elon Musk trying to disrupt the world with this week?,’ the billionaire’s space company has officially requested FCC permission to begin testing satellites for what could become a globe-spanning internet.
Imagine you’re taking a walk and trying to enjoy Mother Nature for all her beauty when you brush up against a squirting cucumber and have it explode like a bomb and spew its seed and guts all over you like a blown up, shooting fire hydrant.
In today’s edition of extremely gross news, for their Healthy Swimming Program— the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) teamed up with Water Quality, the Health Council and the National Swimming Pool foundation to drop some knowledge about how to stay healthy while swimming and let us really know what’s up with our eyes turning red after a day at the pool.
Spoiler alert: it’s not the chlorine.
The last time he competed in this stadium, Usain Bolt ran the fastest 100 meters in history.
The practice of cannibalism in one Papua New Guinea tribe lead to the spread of a fatal brain disease called kuru that caused a devastating epidemic in the group. But now, some members of the tribe carry a gene that appears to protect against kuru, as well as other so-called “prion diseases,” such as mad cow, a new study finds.
People who regularly eat peanuts may live longer, a new study from the Netherlands finds. But before you get too excited, peanut butter doesn’t count.
In a proof-of-concept attack, a researcher has shown how a security flaw within the iOS mail client can be easily exploited to trick Apple users into handing over their iCloud passwords.