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The Loudest Underwater Sound Ever Recorded Has No Scientific Explanation

| 569 videos Video by Cara Cusumano In 1997, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration discovered an unusual, ultra-low-frequency sound emanating from a point...

Our Future Thoughts Are Actually Memories

Have you ever caught yourself daydreaming? Turns out that humans predict the future by using their memories. In this video, based on a recent...

The Thrash Metal Band Trying to Save the Maori Language

Niel de Jong raised his sons on the music of bands like Metallica, Pink Floyd, and Rage Against the Machine. In the evenings, in...

Has the Supreme Court Legalized Public Corruption?

For a few days earlier this month, it looked like the years-long corruption probe targeting New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez would fall apart seven...

Can Cities Master Their Garbage With Better Design?

A band of architects and city planners insist that trash shouldn't be a permanent feature of urban topography. Seth Wenig / AP New...

Our Incredible, Microscopic World

Nikon will be announcing the winners of the annual Small World in Motion competition on April 27. The photomicrography contest first introduced a video...

The Anguish of John Kelly

The White House chief of staff decried the desacralization of military deaths-but it was the president he serves who politicized condolence calls. Yuri...

How Mentorship Can Be Life-Changing for People Living With HIV

Derrick "Strawberry" Cox found out that he had HIV on March 14, 2011. He's been managing the virus ever since, an effort that's supported...

An Unexpected Ally for Betsy DeVos on Campus Sexual Assault

The "Yes Means Yes" bill was a big deal when Jerry Brown, the governor of California, signed it into law in 2014. Among other...

America Has Become Dispensable in Iraq

Thus it was that Iran ensured Maliki remained as Prime Minister. The Obama administration, in its rush for an exit from Iraq, gave up...