It’s an age old question that we love to entertain because we’re all obsessed with our own mortality and the future of the world: what would happen to the world if humans disappeared? With enough time, the Earth would be able to reset itself and erase any trace of our existence. Mind Warehouse goes deep into answering it by detailing the progression of what would happen when.
Comets may not have played as big of a part in the moon’s early surface as once thought. A new study out in Nature Communications today says that 80 percent of the moon’s inner water may actually come from asteroids.
Summer travel marks a busy time of year for those venturing about the country or abroad. As if the TSA security lineups weren’t enough tomake travelers cringe, the U.S. State Department released a warning Tuesday for anyone traveling to Europe.
After thousands petitioned for it, authorities are now looking into the family of the four-year-old boy who entered a gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo over the weekend. The 10-minute ordeal, which found a 450-pound gorilla named Harambe dragging the boy through the water, ended when officials shot the endangered animal to death.
King Tut was buried with a dagger made of an iron that literally came from space, says a new study into the composition of the iron blade from the sarcophagus of the boy king.
Microsoft has started its own venture capital division. The new group is called Microsoft Ventures, and it will focus on early-stage startup investments. Confusingly, Microsoft Ventures was already the name of a startup accelerator initiative at Microsoft, and that group is being rebranded as “Microsoft Accelerator” — one of the problems with having a massive, 41-year-old company is running out of names, apparently.
The gator was so big that many believed the video was created with computer animation — and even the guy who recorded it and posted the clip online last week had his doubts.