For three consecutive nights, droves of octopuses have been seen walking out of the sea and stranding themselves along several beaches in Wales. Experts say the unusual behavior may have something to do with recent storms that swept through the region.
Here is a thing that exists in the world: The SnapBat, a baseball bat that is also a selfie stick. Goddammit.
A report published by the National Wildlife Federation finds that the majority of Americans can expect to suffer mental health problems as a result of global warming and warns that our mental health system is not equipped to handle it.
From asteroid impacts to robot takeovers to superbug pandemics, there are a thousand ways human civilization could be destroyed. Most of us prefer not to dwell on the End Times, but for the folks at the Global Catastrophic Risk Institute, the apocalypse is just another day at work.
One day, our own galaxy will collide with Andromeda — and when that happens, poor defenseless Earth will be smashed to bits. Right? Wrong. In this week's "Ask a Physicist," we'll find out why.
Well, The Rapture was a bust. AGAIN. And 2012 isn't really shaping up the be the End of Days (so disappointing), so how exactly will modern culture meet its destruction? Simply: LOLCats. [Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal via Laughing Squid]
On the 11th month of 2011, on the 11th day, 11th hour and 11th minute, the supernatural will rule the Earth. Darren Lynn Bousman (Repo!) is bringing that prophecy to life in a new film. See the first concept art.