18 September 2019

What we can learn from the world’s first computer bug

New hunt for dark matter: Physicists theorize a novel way to explore the nature of dark matter with lasers

Why is it so hard to stop people dying from snakebite?

Comet’s collapsing cliffs and bouncing boulders

This One Experiment Reveals More About Reality Than Any Quantum Interpretation Ever Will

What Can Brain Scans Tell Us About Sex?

Astronomers giddy about 2nd interstellar object in 2 years

Are conspiracy theories on the rise in the US?

We’re going to slam a spacecraft into an asteroid to try to deflect it

The People Vs. the Banks

A Brutal Murder, a Wearable Witness, and an Unlikely Suspect

What We Know About the Navy’s UFOs

The Biggest Volcano on Jupiter’s Molten Moon Io Is Likely to Erupt at Any Moment

Unique anatomy sets giraffe apart in the animal kingdom

Devastated by Dorian: Photos From the Bahamas

New Giant Salamander Species Is the World’s Largest Amphibian

17 September 2019

Computers and Humans ‘See’ Differently. Does It Matter?

A neutron star almost too massive to exist

How circling the globe has evolved in the 500 years since Magellan’s famous trip

Why This Scientist Keeps Receiving Packages of Serial Killers’ Hair

Why you should avoid making decisions when you’re hungry

An envelope, hidden in a wall for 100 years, helps solve a Winchester Mystery House riddle

There might be some problems when we try to make babies in space

Where Does All the Plastic Go?

On the Snarky Poem That Got Its Author Murdered

The Air Force Will Let Hackers Try to Hijack an Orbiting Satellite

Meteor Burst Communication

We’re Much, Much Funnier Than We Used to Be

The major cities being designed without children in mind

Scientists are about to spend a year trapped in Arctic ice

Image: Juno spacecraft captures the shadow of Io on Jupiter

‘He’s a barbarian’: Māori tribe bans replica of Captain Cook’s ship from port

Meet The Nuclear-Powered Self-Driving Drone NASA Is Sending To A Moon Of Saturn

16 September 2019

The Far Side trails ‘new online era’ for Gary Larson’s beloved cartoons

New Interstellar Comet is ‘Very Red’, Initial Results Show

Knives made of frozen feces don’t make the cut, disproving well-known legend

This Tech Could Completely Change How We Predict Volcanic Eruptions

The huge US oil stash hidden in underground caves

This chicken has black bones, organs, and meat: Here’s why.

Who Speaks for Crazy Horse?

Massive Collision Cracked Young Jupiter’s Core

Dead Bodies Continue to Move for Over a Year, Forensic Scientists Discover

Origin-of-Life Study Points to Chemical Chimeras, Not RNA

On this day in 1920 a deadly terrorist attack struck Wall Street in New York City

New observations help explain the dimming of Tabby’s Star