Those who believe are living in the end times are less likely to say climate change is an extremely or very serious problem than those who don't.
The contents of the ancient seawater trapped in rocks for 390 million years may also give scientists clues about the climate on ancient Earth.
Research shows those who had a higher intake of certain foods had a lower rate of cognitive decline, indicating they were less likely to decel memory loss.
Researchers at the National Ignition Facility were measuring the kinetic energy of ions during their experiment when they saw something unexpected.
Turnout for some elections is less than 40 percent of eligible voters as many feel a workday is inconvenient to cast ballots in person.
Adam Watkins, an associate professor in reproductive and developmental physiology, told Newsweek why he thought sex in space will not be easy.
The fossils were well-preserved with soft tissue, an extremely rare discovery.
The researchers from California were hoping to find out how important first impressions of compatibility and popularity are in dating.
Scientists have warned almost 1 million people would be impacted from flooding, with disadvantaged communities at greatest risk.
The fossil, an ancestor of turkeys and grouse, was found in modern-day Nebraska, and lived around 11 million years ago.
"The critical context of the fossil" is lost when it is removed by non-scientists, paleontologist Justin Adams told Newsweek.
Approximately 80 of the island's moai statues were damaged in the blaze, due to the erosion of the volcanic rock they were carved from.
Scientists believe the silk will be useful in the fields of medicine and construction.
The tiny Amargosa vole doesn't live anywhere else on Earth, and a 2015 forecast said it had an 82 percent chance of extinction within five years.
Researchers looked at the possibility of one nation monopolizing any alien interaction, and the likelihood of international conflict.
The brown marmorated stink bug causes extensive damage to many crops and can migrate indoors during the winter months.
Fifteen generations of frogs have been born since the worst nuclear accident in history, and may be evolving a resistance to radiation.
The message from the SS Mesaba never reached the Titanic's captain. Six years later, the merchant vessel was torpedoed by a German U-boat.
Type 2 diabetes was assumed to have a greater effect on men's health.
Scientists say their findings can help governments set targets and invest in policies that encourage people to consume healthier food.
The findings may ultimately lead to the development of therapies that prevent, or even cure, diabetes.
Several species feed like this fossilized creature might have, regurgitating their guts before re-swallowing them.
The strange, otherworldly mineral called "lonsdaleite" is stronger than regular diamonds.
It's significant because researchers say they can't carry everything out to space, and if they forget a tool on a mission they can't come back to get it.
Restoring Earth's ice "caps" at its north and south poles would result from blocking the sun, sustaining weather patterns, researchers say.