A Rubik’s cube has approximately 43,252,003,274,489,856,000 different configurations, which can all be solved in 20 moves or less.
To take the long-exposure photos, Michael visited multiple limestone caves on New Zealand’s North Island.
These photos show that a little love from humans can dramatically change a cat's life.
Adidas is coming out with a new line of shoes made from ocean trash plastic.
Residents of Kalachi, Kazakhstan are falling asleep for days at a time—and no one seems to know why.
The endangered pangolin is one weird mammal.
It’s estimated that greater than 75% of the horses in the US became ill from Horse Flu in 1872-73.
Aspiring chefs and blowtorch enthusiasts, rejoice: You can now make meals (or heat up old leftovers) where celebrity chef Julia Child once cooked.
Bricasso, which is also made of LEGO bricks, can scan images and recreate them using 1 x 1 pieces.
Between stockpiling typewriter ribbons and rationing your ammo, though, there are a few facts about the nightmarish game’s early years that might have stayed buried until now.
The British Museum has digitized gorgeous images of rock art from across the continent.
An exhibition in Moscow documents changes in visual culture through the Soviet Union's dominant photography magazine.
How Superman, summer vacation, and classical music created a phenomenon.