A zany look at the world of scientology and how it led to Tom Cruise being matched with Katie Holmes--then why it all went to shit.
If we manage to figure out how to launch people into orbit past the moon, this film sums up the experience.
Former Canadian Defence Minister claims aliens have been here for thousands of years.
A 42 minute 'universe in a nutshell' from the nerdy but fascinating Michio Kaku.
Thirty years worth of satellite photos stitched together reveal huge changes to our land and water resources.
Look out! Aliens. Nope--sorry, just algae. INSIDE FIREBALLS!
Palaeontologist, evolutionary biologist, and writer Neil Shubin, shows us the lost evolutionary connection between our waterborne ancestors and our later land-dwelling selves.
Warren Ellis on how we need to stop looking at the future like a rearview mirror and embrace the magic that's happening right now. I mean, we have robots powered by brainwaves!
Did you know people have been planning our interstellar adventures since before you were in diapers? Hard to believe, but baby, it's almost time.
Four years ago, Dr. Michio Kaku predicted the ways our minds would be blown by the science around us. He was right. Looks like our scientific miracles are right on schedule.
A gobsmacking look at the big picture astronauts have put together after exiting earth's atmosphere and looking back again.
It's official. The US planned to blow up the moon. Glad they changed their minds.
And here's a beautiful time lapse of that famous Icelandic volcano that innocently disrupted air traffic for weeks.
The BBC has a lovely interactive infographic that estimates the number alien civilizations that exist in our universe. Use the presets or fiddle with your own numbers. Even the most conservative preset ballparks some 15,000 civilizations. Just think about that.
You wouldn't think that standing on our own two feet would lead to wild nights of frisky sex, but the research is in: acting like an adult in your relationship and soothing your own hurts and insecurities rather than expecting…
We're fine. We're probably totally fine. So what if Greenland melted in four days?
Neil DeGrasse Tyson's inspiring call to reignite the hearts and minds of America through space exploration. One of the greatest speakers of our time at his very finest. Found via the Fight For Space Kickstarter project. This documentary looks fantastic.…
While we're on the topic of space and the classification of Pluto, watch this lovely Neil DeGrasse Tyson mashup on the lack of funding for NASA.
No. Pluto is not a planet. This is why.
The simplest explanation of measuring just how fucking far the rest of the universe is from us.
The first official privately funded US trip to space will be taking place in exactly fifteen minutes. Brace yourselves.