Published May 26, 2006
Numerologists insist numbers have meaning in and of themselves; scientists and mathematicians dismiss that as para-science.
Published May 17, 2006
Figure's enigmatic smirk just one of mysteries that historians, scientists, conspiracy theorists have been debating since Leonardo touched his last brushstroke to the canvas.
Published April 18, 2006
California's coastal cities are relatively well prepared for large earthquakes, but the same can't be said for other cities at risk, such as Seattle, Portland, St. Louis and New York.
Published April 04, 2006
Cancer in dinosaurs and illnesses in other animals are being studied in a groundbreaking new program that combines medical school with the study of natural history.
Published March 27, 2006
Computer animation software used in newer 'Star Wars' films to bring Yoda to life modified to probe cathedral architecture.
Published March 21, 2006
Archaeologists say many stony ancient Greek ruins looked very different in their prime. Many were brightly painted in hues that have faded with time and, in some cases, were forcibly removed.
Published March 17, 2006
Our ancestors were too small and timid to be much danger to anybody or anything, scientists point out.
Published March 13, 2006
According to new research, the ability to dance may have been a factor in survival for our prehistoric ancestors, who used their moves to bond and communicate with each other when times were tough.
Published February 27, 2006
An exhibition of human corpses is offering a new opportunity for life after death that's as easy as filling out a simple form.
Published February 07, 2006
Tattered and rusty orange, a map recently unfurled in Beijing has reignited an international war of words over who reached the New World first.