_Paperclips_ is a simple clicker game that manages to turn you into an artificial intelligence run amok.
Scholars have ways to think about "problematic" artists and their work. But what about science and equally problematic scientists?
Smoke from California's fires could make grapes left on the vines taste like ash—if the vines survive at all
A changing climate means fires, winds, and floods will devastate the places where humans meet the wild.
It was either a new, sci-fi sound gun or something else. Here’s a hypothesis for the something else.
Disasters always have ripple effects. In Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands, Hurricane Maria might start a wave of disease.
Categories for colors are remarkably stable across languages and cultures. New research may finally explain why.
If every city with more than 100,000 people stepped up, they could account for 40 percent of the Paris accord's emissions cuts.
A National Disaster Investigation Board could make sure everyone learns the lessons that hurricanes, outbreaks, and explosions can teach.
As Irma grew and developed, it brushed up against its theoretical maximum intensity.