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Watch Game of Thrones free online: Game of Thrones Season 8 rumours

Game of Thrones Season 7 is the latest available, released earlier this year. You can catch up completely free, even if you don't have a Sky subscription. We'll explain how to do...

Sure, Amazon’s Changed Shopping, But Retailers Can Still Compete

In his 1997 letter to the first Amazon shareholders, CEO Jeff Bezos laid out the three-word business philosophy that could soon make the online giant the first $1 trillion company in...

Most Scientists Agree Another Pangaea Is Certain, Disagree How It Will Look

It was one heck of a merger. Around 300 million years ago, nearly all the world's landmasses clumped together, forming a supercontinent called Pangea. On it, the first dinosaurs evolved, along...

Telling Doctors Not to Resuscitate, by Tattoo

Tattoos can ask a lot of the reader. Actor Melvin Van Peebles's neck tattoo famously states "Cut on the dotted line — if you can," while an "Insert coins in slot"...

The Case for Kids Walking to School by Themselves

Back in 1969, 48 percent of kids in America walked or biked to school, compared with a paltry 13 percent in 2009. But they're losing a lot by not doing this....

Did Religions Arise from Our Misunderstanding of Human Consciousness?

Humans have been claiming to hear the voice of God for eons, but one psychologist's controversial theory disputes whether we ever heard it at all. Were people mistaking their own internal...

5 Things We Learned at the ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Press Conference

On Dec. 3, 2017, we were on hand for the global press conference for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi." Just like the press conference for "The Force Awakens," secrecy surrounding the...

Shining a Light on London’s Epic 1952 Smog

It might seem like smog is a problem for developed nations: Glamorous movie stars in Los Angeles, say, stuck in fancy cars that spew out enough emissions to obscure the Hollywood...

Prehistoric Women Were Stronger Than Today’s Elite Female Athletes

There you sit in front of your computer, or maybe you're reading on your phone. You could be at work or in the passenger's seat of a car — or you...

Ford Robutt Mimics Motions of Human Bottom

As much as humankind collectively frets about robots taking our jobs, it's hard to imagine anyone wanting to swap places with Ford's Robutt. The Robutt (nicknamed by Ford engineers) is hardly...