Google announced today that it was investing €3 billion (approximately US$3.3 billion) to expand its data center presence in Europe. What’s more, the company pledged the data centers would be environmentally
The Concept Of ‘Afterlife’ And The Recent Breakthroughs: Have Scientists Really Proven That Life After Death Exist?
Is there life after death? For centuries, science has been gradually replacing religion to explain the great mechanisms of life. Reproduction, evolution, diseases, heredity, ageing: the cards are unveiled
All Hail the 'Plunger Guy' Hero Leading the Most Amusing Attempt to 'Storm Area 51' and Plunge for the Truth
Out of all of the roughly 100 truth-seeking earth-dwellers who showed to the “Area 51 raid” before dawn on Saturday, “plunger guy” may have had the most flair. Even if you didn’t believe enough to make
By 2050, most people will live in cities. A new report lays out the ways to keep their emissions in check. By 2050, about 70 percent of the world’s population will go about their daily lives in cities.
As more and more electric cars go on sale, here's a look at every one you can buy in 2020 and how far it'll go on a single charge. Electric cars are becoming an increasingly common sight on American roads.
One of the first companies planning to capture carbon dioxide from the air says it has enough demand from polluters to double its initial plans, a promising sign for the nascent technology. Stemming the
It took a medical research study for Tanvir Hussain to realize he was unhealthy. The 42-year-old general cardiologist from Los Angeles, California, had been working 30-hour shifts in an intensive care
More than 2,000 years ago, Plato wrote about a land called Atlantis, where a mighty empire vanished beneath the waves after a series of "excessively violent earthquakes and floods." His tale has inspired