The split-second pop of a champagne cork is created by a quick escape of high-pressure gas long stuck in the bottle's neck.
Remember those viral UFO videos you saw last year? The government would like you to forget them, please.
ecades after a man in Florida mysteriously disappeared, Google Earth revealed the location of his skeletal remains — inside a submerged car.
Scientists ponder a wide variety of probing questions in pursuit of knowledge. One of those questions — can a knife made of frozen feces cut flesh? — has just been answered.
A scientific survey of the waters of Loch Ness found it contains no traces of "monster" DNA at all, adding weight to the already-likely prospect that "Nessie" doesn't really exist.
Their research answered many questions. Among them: What happens if you put a candle in a room full of perfect mirrors?
Susie Torres didn't expect that the strange 'swishing noise' she was hearing would turn out to have eight legs.
Two theoretical physicists propose a novel idea to find dark matter — and it might actually be testable.
Several giant experiments are hunting for neutrinos, the tiniest, most-elusive particles in the universe.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders (D-VT) says he's prepared to disclose government information about UFOs if he wins in 2020.