These Disgusting Red Worms Have Been Found in Tap Water

Never drink water again. Or never drink water for as long as humanly possible. Or fine, drink water but make sure you watch out for these disgusting little red worms that have somehow dug their way through inside a water filtering system in Oklahoma. Those red worms—ranging from half an inch to an inch long—were found… » 8/30/13 4:00am 8/30/13 4:00am

What Death Looks Like: A Fast-Spreading Glowing Blue Wave

Dead is dead, some famous TV show about vacationing on an island once said. But how does dead, well, look? How do billions of cells shut off at once? An international team of researchers found that it comes in a wave. Death spreads through a special necrosis pathway that leaves dead cells as it passes through. A blue… » 7/24/13 10:19pm 7/24/13 10:19pm

America's Iran-Busting Cyber Bomb Was So Good It Looked Like an Alien…

Despite no official confirmation by the Pentagon, it's a very safe assumption that the US created the Stuxnet worm (with Israel's help) to take Iran's nuclear reactors offline. But when it was first discovered, it seemed too sophisticated for Earthlings. » 9/26/11 9:01am 9/26/11 9:01am

Take a Peek at the U.S.'s Official Non-Denial Denial About the Stuxnet…

Remember Stuxnet? Iran sure does—it nearly crippled their hazily-defined nuclear program. U.S. involvement was always rumored, but never confirmed. That's still the case, even after Dep. Defense Sec. William Lynn's non-denial this week, but, I mean, come on. [BB] » 5/29/11 6:00pm 5/29/11 6:00pm

Israel's Dimona Nuclear Facility Splits Time as Cyberweapon Testing…

Stuxnet, the complex computer worm that nearly crippled Iran's still-functioning nuclear program, didn't just sprout from the ether. It was created, by Man, and was probably tested in Israel at the massive (and oft-unacknowledged) Dimona nuclear facility. » 1/16/11 2:00pm 1/16/11 2:00pm