Fredric Baur invented the Pringles can. When he died in 2008, his ashes were buried in one.
In honor of Bill Nye's appearance (yelling "I'm just a speck!") in We Are All Connected, I thought I'd round up some clips of his classic science show for kids.
We're just a few days from our annual Halloween pilgrimage to Disneyworld and I'm getting a little antsy.
There are few landscapes in the United States lonelier than that of western Nevada.
After assassinating San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk, Dan White claimed his poor diet—including sugary foods and sodas—increased his depression and ult
On January 1, 1969, Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger wrote artist M.C.
Cheeming Boey likes to draw, both at his computer, working as a computer game designer and animator out of Newport Beach, CA, and on foam cups.
"¢Â Ah yes, that cool, glistening refreshment that makes up roughly 70% of the human body 70-75% of the Earth. Unfortunately, only 1% of Earth's water is suitable for drinking.
By Ian Lendler
Benny and Billy McCrary
Also Known As: those guys on the motorcycles from the Guinness Book of World
Some recently discovered animals are proving the old expression about truth being stranger than fiction.
A quick Brain Game for today:
Can you decipher the "bumper stumper" license plate sequence below to determine who might be behind the wheel?
The beginning of life may have been in rocks instead of the primordial soup. The alkaline vents of the ancient ocean had the necessary chemical reactions, even if it's a counter-intuitive idea.
The Bo Diddley beat, counted out as a two-bar phrase, goes a little something like this: "One and two and three and four and one and two and three and four and, etc.," but you might know it
Here at the Quick 10, we're taking a break from our regularly-scheduled Halloween posts to bring you this public service announcement: it was 51 years ago this week that The Smurfs were first int
With all the money being thrown at banks, insurance companies, and car builders, many Americans have soured on the idea of bailouts. However, bailouts themselves are not always bad things.
Ford just announced it is recalling over 4.5 million vehicles due to a faulty switch that can overheat and catch fire. Of course, cars aren't the only things that get recalled.