The Smithsonian Museum Has An Early Draft Of Arthur C. Clarke's 2001

The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum’s Udvar-Hazy Center recently received a treasure trove: 85 cubic feet of Arthur C. Clarke’s papers, shipped from his home in Sri Lanka. Including a high-school notebook, where the young Clarke rated the science fiction stories he read. And an early draft of Clarke’s 2001:… » 4/30/15 11:30pm Thursday 11:30pm

Check Out These Mind-Blowing Megalodon Teeth Made Out Of Chocolate

If you’re unsatisfied with more traditional Easter fare, like warping your eggs into cubes, or gifting your loved ones with a chocolate death mask of your own face, then Fossil Era has got you covered with Chocolate Megalodon teeth, cast from the actual fossil of a 60-foot long super-predator! » 4/04/15 11:51am 4/04/15 11:51am

Some Of The Strangest Flying Machines Ever Built

It’s been just over a century and change since the first airplane flight. And an amazing amount of innovation has happened to aviation since then. Along with quite a bit of weird experiments, that didn’t entirely pan out. Here are fascinating videos of some of the strangest flying machines ever invented! » 4/02/15 8:05pm 4/02/15 8:05pm

The Most Astonishing Cosplay From Emerald City Comicon... Part 2!

They sure know how to party in Seattle. Yesterday, we brought you a batch of incredible cosplay pics from Emerald City Comicon — but today's photos are way more stunning. Including some costumes we've never, ever seen done before. Check out best of ECCC's cosplay, day two! » 3/29/15 3:42pm 3/29/15 3:42pm