Our New Favorite Online Community: A Place for Finding Forgotten Books
Sometimes you read a book and bits of it stick in your mind years and years later — but you can't remember the title, the author, or enough
Einstein may have discovered dark energy without even realizing it
An historian of science from New York University has re-interpreted a correspondence between Albert Einstein and Erwin Schrodinger in which
How one mathematician's angry blog post led to 9,000 scientists starting...
Back in February, we told you a little about the scientific revolution that is being spurred by the rising cost of academic journals. At the
The only evidence left of a mystery tribe is bodies in jars
A long lost Cambodian tribe has left only one trace behind, but it's a significant one. Human remains have been found in jars. The latest
Gaming Urban Legends - Monsters of San Andreas and Reviving Gaming’s Fav...
We’ve talked about gaming’s urban legends before here on G4, but there’s plenty left to explore. That still baffle gamers today and leave th
Carnivorous plants and the invisible predators inside
How do species interactions react to environmental changes? Microbes living within carnivorous pitcher plants can help us find the answer, i
'Saber-toothed squirrel': First known mammalian skull from Late Cretaceo...
Paleontologists have discovered two skulls from the first known mammal of the early Late Cretaceous period of South America. The fossils bre