• Rain

    Nov 19, 2018

    50% Of Anual Rain Still To Fall

    It takes less than two weeks for half of the planet's annual precipitation to fall. That is, 50 percent of Earth's rain, snow and ice each year falls in the 12 wettest days, according to a new study. The deluges are likely to become...

  • low-carb

    Nov 16, 2018

    Low-Carb Diets May Burn More Calories

    Keeping weight off may be about more than just "calories in and calories out": Some diets may be better calorie-burners than others, a new study suggests.

  • Coffee

    Nov 14, 2018

    Why Do People Drink Coffee When It Tastes Bitter?

    It may sound counterintuitive, but people who are supersensitive to coffee's bitter taste actually drink more of it, a new study finds. This sensitivity isn't simply a matter of taste, either, but rather is influenced by a person's genetic...

  • cyber-attack

    Nov 13, 2018

    World's 1st Cyber Attack

    Back in November 1988, Robert Tappan Morris, son of the famous cryptographer Robert Morris Sr., was a 20-something graduate student at Cornell who wanted to know how big the internet was – that is, how many devices were...

  • NeuralPC

    Nov 7, 2018

    Supercomputer with 1 Million Processors

    Scientists just activated the world's biggest "brain": a supercomputer with a million processing cores and 1,200 interconnected circuit boards that together operate like a human brain. Ten years in the making, it is the world's largest...

  • AlainChevalier2

    Nov 5, 2018

    Alain Chevalier, Co-founder of LVMH, Dies at 87

    Alain Chevalier, one of the founders of the transnational group LVMH (Louis Vuitton and Moet Hennessy) in the world that is also called the Empire of luxury has died on 88-m to year of life.

  • BigBang

    Oct 29, 2018

    Highest-Paid TV Actors

    Big Bang Theory may be in its final season, but its stars are still making millions for now. Four of the top five highest-paid TV actors have the CBS hit comedy to thank for their monumental paydays, including top-ranked...

  • Baby

    Oct 24, 2018

    Baby Names Show Enormous Gender Gap

    Puritans during the 16th and 17th centuries took a values-driven approach to names. They used their children's monikers to promote their morals, conferring such mouthfuls as "If-Christ-had-not-died-for-thee-thou-hadst-been-damned" and...