Photo of the day: Stunning luminary memorializes Kobe earthquake victims
While the intricate display is reminiscent of holiday decorations around the world, the annual event actually commemorates the victims of Kobe’s Great Hanshin Earthquake, a 6.8-magnitude earthquake that claimed 6,434 lives on Jan. 17, 1995.
Could this easy-to-make material help replace gasoline?
Scientists say they are a step closer to making synthetic gasoline from carbon dioxide.
Drug to prevent dementia could come within 5 years
Trials suggest that a new drug may delay the onset of dementia, as well as help those already suffering from mild forms of the disease.
What are chemtrails, and are they dangerous?
Is the government really spraying toxic substances at 50,000 feet? Probably not, but here’s what’s really going on up there.
Beautiful vegan winter hats, scarves, and gloves
Animal-free ways to keep warm and cozy as the temperature dips.
From computer models to calendar models, these climate scientists are workin’ it!
How do you train to become a space tourist?
A Danish business mogul is discovering the answer to that question has he trains his body to deal with zero gravity and other space sensations.