It's easy to blame politicians and greedy corporations for the growing gap between the rich and poor, but some say it's actually sleep technology that will spark the class war of the future.
Electric isn't enough, now Tesla is creating cars that are as 'cruelty-free' as possible…
It's exploring itself
A Race of Self-Designing Tinker Toys
dental fillings. (NaturalNews) A fascinating scientific study has found that using mobile phones can accelerate the release of toxic mercury from dental fillings.
(NaturalNews) It's no secret to tens of millions of Americans that Big Food is poisoning us daily with their fare. If that were not the case, then GMO-free restaurant chains like Chipotle wouldn't be as popular as they are, and sales of organic foods
t's been a weird day for weird science. Not long after researchers claimed victory in performing a head transplant on a monkey, the US military's blue-sky R&D agency announced a completely insane plan to build a chip that would enable the human b
Even though as many as 50,000 people die of traumatic brain injuries in the United States every year, the equipment used to measure vital stats like intracranial pressure is usually made up of decades-old technology.
Italian medic Sergio Canavero has called on Russian and foreign billionaires, including Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, to finance ground-breaking head transplant surgery in Russia.
Humanity is at risk from a series of dangers of our own making, according to Prof Stephen Hawking.
Expert says 're-engineering our children' will lead to the creation of a new species
First there was Davos Man and then Davos Woman. Get ready for Davos Robot.
Books aren't dead. They're just getting digitized, like everything else. While there's a real charm to owning a stack of bound paper that you can fold the corners of, underline, and read without staring at a screen, ebooks are far more convenie
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is ready to launch its IRNSS-1E navigation satellite on Wednesday, Jan. 20, from the Second Launch Pad (SLP) at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC), located in Sriharikota. The fifth spacecraft in the I
(NaturalNews) Big Pharma is proving once again that it values profits more than human lives, as drug manufacturers fight efforts to curb the overprescription of highly addictive and often deadly opioid drugs.
conflicts of interest. (NaturalNews) The prestigious Wall Street Journal performed reckless reporting last fall when they ran an opinion piece written by millionaire vaccine industrialist Paul Offit, MD, who alleged that the rise in respiratory infec
consequences for children. (NaturalNews) One of the foremost researchers whose work led to the development of the two existing human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccines, now warns that as currently used, those vaccines have not been proven safe or effecti
Federal regulators have approved a new type of seasonal flu vaccine with a booster in it that's intended to trigger a stronger immunity response in the elderly.
Dave Asprey is the founder of Bulletproof Coffee and the author of The Bulletproof Diet. His relentless quest to optimize his body inspired Motherboard to ask him to be the guest editor for our series on the future of sleep.
Successfully growing flowers in space brings explorers one step closer to growing fresh produce on long space missions.
It's a common problem: You're off to Le Mans with your new 400 bhp engine and you discover that it won't fit in the airplane's overhead compartment.
To me, sleeping is a disease. Luckily, in the next 25 years, scientists may cure it.
Heavy rain everywhere around me. The wind keeps blowing harder and harder. The night is dark and lines of cypresses on both sides of the gravel road prevent me from seeing anything beyond them.
In a development that could lead to improved understanding of memory formation and epilepsy, scientists have discovered a new way information may be traveling throughout the brain.
Wheelchair-bound multiple sclerosis patients able to walk again after stem-cell therapy
With a bill reintroduced last week, a New York Assemblyman wants to make it easy for the government to get inside smartphones.
(NaturalNews) The world is slowly waking up to the fact that, when you give the body what it needs, it can heal things we previously thought were impossible.
Late in the summer of 2014, surveillance footage of Syria's Tabqa air base showed up on YouTube. That it was taken by ISIS forces is unremarkable.
Last month, SpaceX finally stuck its landing. After launching a payload of satellites into orbit, the reusable portion of its Falcon 9 rocket--the first-stage booster--successfully landed in the middle of a pad at Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Eight decades have passed since physicists realized that the theories of quantum mechanics and gravity don't fit together, and the puzzle of how to combine the two remains unsolved.