Out of all the over 470 species of shark only a handful attack humans with any kind of regularity, and here are five of the many hundreds that don't.
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In honor of Shark Week, here comes a series of articles about sharks, beginning with a handful of reasons that sharks are important to the world and why it would suck to lose them.
San Diego Comic Con is always host to some of the biggest comic-related culture announcements of the year, and here are five you can look forward to this year!
I've only recently joined the carbon-footprint-reducing bandwagon, so here are a few easy tips for those looking to do the same.
Bangkok is the most visited city in the world, and it has a serious sinking problem the Thai government is ignoring.
The creators of 'Halo' and 'Call of Duty' have come together to create the mother of all games, and several of it's gameplay features just might be trendsetters for the future.
Both the Playstation 4 and the Xbox One are set for release later this year, but the way things are going it isn't going to be anything close to resembling a fair fight.
People say we're the most cynical generation yet, and we're right to be given the example society has set for us.
There are plenty of roadblocks to enacting measures to combat global climate change, and believing in the Second Coming is one of the biggest ones.
Lamar Smith, creator of the Stop Online Piracy Act, is looking to remove peer-review requirements from the National Science Foundation's grant application.
Washington State lawmakers are looking to make an exemption for religious people and organizations to a 2006 anti-discrimination bill .
A California based start up has finally done what seemed impossible: building an amazing virtual reality gaming headset.
Despite speaking out against them during a record making filibuster, Rand Paul has shown he isn't as against drones as he would have us think.
Expanding beyond the confines of the Earth needs to happen, and the sooner the better.
Music is an important element of any creative work, and the position of "Composer" has a special place in the entertainment industry. Here are some of my favorites.
Stephen Harper is hoping to use an opponent's reaction to the Boston Marathon Bombing to his political advantage, and he shouldn't be allowed to get away with it.
Everyone seems to have a pet theory for just who or what was behind the Boston attacks, but we still don't know enough to make those judgments.
Good role models can be hard to find in the world today. Here are five characters that show you don't always need to look at just the real world for them.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police spent a year investigating a gang-rape case to no end. Anonymous spent two hours searching and has the case practically gift wrapped.
A violent campaign led by the same monks who head the pro-Democracy protests is ripping Burma apart, and this needs to stop.
Rumor has it that the next generation Xbox will require an active internet connection just to play, and that will turn the console into the gaming world's Titanic.
In a single week ExxonMobil has been responsible for an oil spill and a chemical spill, and also received a safety award. It's time to hold Exxon responsible and make them bleed.
A bill in North Carolina's legislature has claimed that the First Amendment (and the Constitution) doesn't apply on the state level. Okay, so how would they react if a state banned all guns?
Video games often ask a good deal of their players, and the decisions often cross the moral compass. Do the decisions gamers make reflect their personalities?
Today there will be many jokes played throughout the western world as people indulge their inner merry prankster. This article isn't one of those jokes.