Dec 12, 2013 11:31am

Meet the Astronauts Aboard the Broken Space Station

Six astronauts, from three countries, are conserving energy aboard the International Space Station following the failure of one of two cooling systems. The astronauts may have to perform a spacewalk to repair the broken system. Oleg Kotov, Commander Nationality: Russia Age: 48 Spaceflight Experience: Kotov… Read More »

Dec 4, 2013 11:16am

Think You’re a Talented Emoji Artist?

If you’ve ever played emoji charades, then you probably think you’re pretty skilled with the emoticons of the moment. Well, a number of artists have taken their emoji — a Japanese term for the ideograms or smileys that grace messages and web pages —  to… Read More »

Nov 29, 2013 3:51pm

The Most Boring Game Ever? 3-D Line-Waiting Game Is Surprise Hit

A computer game so excruciatingly boring that most players are unable to play it for more than two or three minutes is emerging as a surprise hit. In “Waitinginline3d,” the goal is to stay awake while standing on a line of identical, highly-pixelated people for… Read More »

Nov 29, 2013 11:35am

Crustacean Invasion! Millions of Red Crabs Take Over Australia’s Christmas Island

Millions upon millions of red crabs on Australia’s Christmas Island are shutting down roads, covering beaches and stopping people in their tracks. But to the locals who live there, coming across a sea of red crabs heading for the coast at the end of November… Read More »

By Frank Elaridi

Nov 20, 2013 5:00pm

Photo Survival Competition for Island Prize

Samsung is running a survival series where competitors from all over the world are stranded and must work out challenges using just their heads and Samsung cameras. The winner will receive $100,000 to be used to buy an island — or just go to an… Read More »

Oct 27, 2013 7:30am

The ‘Armadillo’ Car Folds Up for Easy Parking

SEOUL, South Korea – The new buzz in South Korea’s car industry is a micro electric car that folds in half and parks itself by a remote control app on your smartphone. “We see cars as a complicated machine. But it is now time to… Read More »

By ABC News

Oct 24, 2013 6:17pm

Sixth-Grader Invents Sandless Sandbags to Save Lives and Property in Floods

Peyton Robertson, 11, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has the enthusiasm of an infomercial king and the ingenuity of Thomas Edison. The sixth-grader put his math and science skills as well as some real-life experience to use and created something that could help people and property… Read More »

Oct 22, 2013 3:37pm

Monster Oarfish Beachings Raise Earthquake Questions

A series of serpent-like sea creatures have recently been found washed up on California beaches, leading some scientists to speculate that an ancient myth about the fish portending earthquakes could be true. In recent weeks several oarfish, rarely seen giants of the deep that can… Read More »

Oct 17, 2013 12:27pm

Scientist Reveals Abominable Snowman Is Really a Bear

The Himalaya’s mysterious Abominable Snowman might harbor an even deeper mystery, according to an Oxford University geneticist who says he has sequenced the mythic beast’s DNA and proved its existence. For centuries, native people in the snow-peaked Himalaya Mountains have described an elusive apelike animal… Read More »

Oct 2, 2013 1:01pm

New Bigfoot Evidence Screened as Experts Claim Proof of Existence

Bigfoot is real, and now at least one scientist claims there is proof. A group of Sasquatch researchers who have been collecting over 100 pieces of evidence over the past five years screened “never before seen HD video” of the alleged creature  at a news… Read More »