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Finding a new Earth is hard. These contenders were so close, but sadly humans cannot live on molten lava or plasma water…yet.
This will end well. A team of Swiss researchers have created the next generation of borderline science-fiction robot spies.
A NASA spacecraft near Saturn captured incredible images of Earth and its moon.
Finally, a major car company is taking the threat of zombie apocalypse seriously. Let’s get these bad boys on the assembly line ASAP, Hyundai.
How do you control super-geniuses? Sakey’s new book, Brilliance, tackles fear of the unknown and oppression in a dystopian near future. BuzzFeed talked to him over the phone about how the idea came about.
The city looks tiny and alien against the desert backdrop. At it’s widest point Manhattan is a mere 2.3 miles, easily nestling into the maw that is the Grand Canyon at 18 miles across with room to spare as photographer Gus Petro demonstrates.
Just when you thought it was safe to go on vacation.
All the awards go to Uriels.
A symbol of gratitude for their sacrifices to science. Without rodents, many breakthroughs would not have been possible.
These demons of the night are way more terrifying than vampires (or vampire bats) will ever be.
Or people with questionable senses of humor. This post was made from a Reddit thread that asked users what the most intellectual joke they knew was.
Humans can’t let rovers have all the fun! Space exploration is gearing up to go to Mars…and beyond.
Earth looks mighty fine with a ring on it. Illustrator Ron Miller imagines what our world might have looked like had the moon never quite formed from the orbiting dust.
These should be on every sci-fi buff’s bucket list.
Using a vibrating metal plate connected to tone generator, Youtuber brusspup manipulated grains of salt to dance in specific patterns.