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Magician Andrew Mayne likes to baffle people with his tricks, but his wish is to be able to teleport.
Local artists Skinner and Art:tech have a fascination with the nightmarish and the weird, and their works are reminiscent of the 'Twilight Zone'. It's positively Kafkaesque.
There are those who remain unconvinced by all the reports on lost flight MH370. More information doesn’t always mean a better understanding. There are always going to be doubters.
It's not just Saturn and the giant gas planets of the solar system that bear rings. For the first time, rings have been found around an asteroid.
James Rebhorn made a career playing FBI agents, cops and traditional fathers.
Everything is connected when you view it in the context of ... well, everything. Welcome to Big History.
Across Malaysia, rivers are our main source of tap water. So why are we still throwing our rubbish down the river?
A nine-year-old girl has a brand-new set of fingers thanks to worldwide efforts coordinated through the Internet.
Scientists studying the breadth of people’s sense of smell say the human nose can discern far more than the 10,000 different odours long cited as the outer limit of our olfactory abilities.
British archaeologists have found what they say is the world’s oldest complete example of a human being with metastatic cancer.