Insect numbers everywhere are declining—and scientists aren't exactly sure why.
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Apocalyptic thinking about climate change and human technological development is Manichean and unwarranted.
The end of days is near, if the internet is to be believed.
"What do we need a world for if there is no Russia in it?" Putin quipped.
After hundreds of thousands of years, signs of this change are finally apparent.
Scientists simulate what the introduction of advanced artificial intelligence into society would look like.
It'd only take a few years until just one person was left.
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Here's what will happen when the world ends. Apparently.
He also calls out young people for lacking critical thinking skills and being "dumbed down by TV, commercials, sports and so forth."
Robert Kirkman also revealed the death of a major character.
The plot thins in Nicola Barker's inventive exploration of sensory deprivation.
It's Friday afternoon. Can we go home now?