"Kepler's vigilance allowed us to be a witness as the explosion began”
Star's core collapses as gravity takes over
Autonomous weapons could potentially be programmed to select and engage targets on their own
Photographers struggled to capture the whole length of the aircraft
Twitter has lost $2 billion since in 2011
No wonder so many Americans have no clue as to what freedom of speech is anymore
David Knight talks with Infowars Nightly News director Rob Dew about an interview Rob did with the Young Turks in-house science expert where he absolutely schooled her
There are at least as many starless planets wandering the cosmos as there are stars
"Do you want to destroy humans? Please say no."
Hackers use already public data in failed attempt to "dox" Trump
"It is important that consumers take appropriate steps to minimize risk"
Book hasn't racked up as many sales as he believes it should, the Internet must pay
Capable of self-driving up to 12.5 miles...
In 20 years life-like robots will walk among us
3D printed cells require an enormously complex system of nutrition
Second round of radar scanning will look for more clues to what lies behind the walls of Tut’s burial chamber. One theory: the tomb of famous Queen Nefertiti
Attack aims to encrypt user's hard drives, forcing them to pay a bitcoin ransom
One of two new aircraft carriers for Britain's Royal Navy will be modified to carry helicopters for amphibious operations
In a resurgence of its #OpTrump campaign, the group released a new video addressing the controversial Republican candidate directly
Globalists take humanity's greatest developments and use them against us
Collective is asking for help to bring down TrumpChicago.com on April 1
Possibility that cosmonauts could become the first to get to Mars by the end of the decade
Stealth bombers could breach compliance with international laws regulating armed conflict
Neanderthal fossils and compared them to the isotopic signatures of animal bones found nearby
Timelooper app allows users to experience key moments in London history with just a smartphone and a cardboard headset
If successful, the climate change censors could set a precedent that could silence numerous other views.
We’re still no closer to Mars than we were in the 1960s
The original rocket engines may be old, but they're still powerful as heck
Surveillance state gives elite all the power needed to control the population
The hot fire marked the first test of an RS-25 flight engine
Allowing law enforcement to breach such encryption unravels a technological bulwark protecting privacy and cybersecurity
FCC has proposed new rules to require Internet service providers to ask customers for permission to share their data