Jaime Maussan is back in the limelight once again, this time claiming that the mummies are 'definitely not human'.
The huge black hole at the center of our galaxy is spinning at such an extreme rate that it is literally squishing space-time.
Native to the Solomon Islands, the rat hadn't even been recognized as a real species until relatively recently.
The particle is over one million times more energetic than anything generated by the Large Hadron Collider.
The enormous spacecraft successfully reached space for the first time but was unable to make it home in one piece.
People across the country wasted no time in producing some weird, wacky and downright hilarious video clips.
Psychologist Ruth Ogden takes a closer look at how the human mind perceives the passage of time.
A new study has determined the amount of time it would take for a zombie apocalypse to overwhelm a single city.
Scientists have found evidence of human activity dating back to the time of the Biblical vessel.
Just in time for Halloween, NASA has posted up an image of an eerie-looking formation in the gas giant's atmosphere.
A terrifying new upcoming video game named 'Don't Scream' requires players to simply outlast its 18-minute runtime.
With AI systems such as ChatGPT becoming increasingly capable, it's only a matter of time before an AI can fool a human.
Estimates suggest that the otherworldly whirlwind was around 5 times the height of the Empire State Building.
In a world first, scientists have succeeded in recovering RNA molecules from a preserved Tasmanian tiger specimen.
If you spent months cut off from the outside world, would you be able to tell if it was even day or night ?
There had been much intrigue and excitement about what would be found inside the lead box buried 200 years ago.
The freak incident occurred when the mother-of-two chugged multiple bottles of water in a short space of time.
The achievement represents another step toward unlimited clean energy that could revolutionize the world.
The clip, which shows a woman momentarily stop motionless, has racked up millions of views on TikTok.
Scientists now believe that there are 100 times as many habitable worlds in our galaxy than previously thought.