Astrology has been practiced for thousands of years, but few these days would suggest that it is a genuine science.
A particularly irate individual seemingly had a bone to pick with local law enforcement in Kawagachi, Japan recently.
If the dinosaurs hadn't died out, would they have gone on to develop into an intelligent civilization ?
The peculiar trend of having animals predict the winning teams during the World Cup is still alive and well.
The guard, who in the clip appears to be talking to thin air, had reportedly been speaking to a woman who had died the previous day.
Viral footage from China shows the farm animals continuously circling the same spot for no apparent reason.
The end of the spacecraft's current mission was marked by a series of sonic booms over Florida on Saturday.
Astronomers recently detected a number of large (albeit benign) asteroids obscured by the glare of the Sun.
A robot named Ai-Da turned heads today after speaking at a committee hearing taking place in the UK parliament's upper house.
A plant once known as silphion may still be around today despite disappearing 2,000 years ago.
The SpaceX and Tesla CEO is expanding his focus into robotics in the hope of one day bringing affordable robots to the masses.
Residents in Hampshire, England got the shock of their lives when they awoke on Tuesday morning.
Scientists have strapped cameras onto US Navy dolphins in a bid to capture first-person footage of their activities.
The length of one Earth day has been increasing and nobody seems to know why this should be the case.
A man who caught Covid during the early days of the pandemic almost died and had a very vivid experience.
Engineers have developed a concept for a super-advanced spinning structure that people could one day live inside.
An airline pilot reportedly sighted a mysterious individual flying a jetpack near LAX on Thursday afternoon.
Data collected during the early days of the SETI@home project is now at risk of being lost.
The remarkable success story saw the population grow from a mere 10 individuals in 1991 to over 400 today.
Physicist Barak Shoshany explores the possibility that we could one day travel through time.