With their powerful jaws and their ability to grow up to 10 feet long, this South Asian crocodile looks like a powerful hunter. But its not just their size or their teeth that makes their hunting style so successful. It's their strategy. They're using tools.
So far this year, 25 state legislatures have proposed mandatory labeling of genetically modified foods. But a look at existing measures around the country reveals widespread discrepancies over which foods should be included or declared exempt—raising concerns that we're heading toward a regulatory train wreck.
The sequel to Seth MacFarlane's big comedy hit Ted (centered around a kids' Teddy Bear that comes to life, grows up, and becomes a problematic adult Teddy Bear with a heart of gold) is currently under production. And main character Mark Wahlberg has released a slightly spoilery set photo that promises the return of Flash Gordon.
Well, we knew it had to happen someday. A DARPA-funded robotic cheetah has been released into the wild, so to speak. A new algorithm developed by MIT researchers now allows their quadruped to run and jump — while untethered — across a field of grass.
Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller also adapted a classic novel of extraterrestrial discovery for television — and tonight, we'll get our one and only chance to see High Moon. But also, two incredibly weird comedians are bringing you a new spin on the Twilight Zone. And that's not all television has in store for you this week!
Sometimes words are enough to reveal to us how a scientific concept works, but often nothing beats a good demonstration to really make the idea behind the concept snap into place. So tell us about the best scientific demonstrations you've ever seen!
What if the Star-Lord popped up in the space world of Destiny? It would probably look a little something like this. Destiny and Guardians of the Galaxy, two great tastes that taste great together.
They thought they had created the perfect potato – but they were wrong. In a dramatic tale of science gone wrong, a killer potato rises from a secret breeding program, intent on killing those who wronged it. Learn about... the Lenape potato!
Before you get too excited, please know we don't have footage of that deleted scene. But the good news is that it's apparently on the Arrow season 2 DVD and Blu-ray set, which comes out tomorrow — and reports are that Harley Quinn makes a full appearance in the season 2 finale, and not just a voice cameo.
This is it, people — this is the spot on the comet where Rosetta's Philae lander will touch down on November 11th. It's called Site J, an area chosen for its unique scientific potential and minimum risk to the lander.
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We've got another confirmed actor in Star Wars and some conflicting rumors about the timeline. See the new Batmobile in action. Alec Baldwin and Danny Glover team up for a new thriller. Plus tons of hints for Once Upon a Time, Agents of SHIELD, Doctor Who, Arrow and more. Spoilers ahead...
If piracy levels translate to actual ratings, Z Nation is poised to be a surprise hit for Syfy. 300,000 unique IP addresses downloaded the premiere within 24 hours of it airing. That puts Z Nation ahead of Orange Is the New Black, House of Cards, and a copy of Expendables 3 that leaked weeks early. [Variety]
Witches of East End promised death this week, and yet, somehow, it wasn't at all fulfilling. It was diet death: Half the calories, half the taste. It was so light on the promised drama, we instead got a lot of slow-mo.
It looks like a stormtrooper just got busted by the Gotham City Police Department trying to carjack the batmobile. GCPD: 1, Empire: 0.
The Alan Turing biopic The Imitation Game took the top prize at the Toronto International Film Festival. The festival's highest honor is the Grolsch People's Choice Winner, which is voted for by the audience. The Imitation Game stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Turing and will hit theaters November 21. [Deadline]
These folks were diving off the coast of Costa Rica and they came across this giant manta ray that was wrapped in fishing line. I kept re-watching the video so I thought I'd share it.
The fog of San Francisco is epic, a distinct character as iconic as Golden Gate Bridge. This is a visual ode to a single night of thick, flowing fog unlike anywhere else, and an undeniable reminder of the fluidity of air.
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