VIRANSEHIR, SANLIURFA PROVINCE, Turkey — A team of archaeologists working in southeastern Turkey has solved a riddle that has bedeviled scientists and philosophers for more than 4000 years. The question of which came first—the chicken or the egg—can now be answered with certainty. The egg came first.Read More
Motorists are familiar with the yellow, diamond-shaped signs warning them to proceed with caution on residential streets because of a DEAF CHILD in the area or because there are CHILDREN AT PLAY nearby.
As of January 1, new street signs will alert motorists of additional reasons to proceed with caution, following the Department of Transportation’s approval Friday of signage warning of highly unpleasant, emotionally stunted people. The new road signs include:Read More
The upsetting experience on Sept. 26 of debating with a grown-up in front of 100 million television viewers has caused a recurrence of the thumb-sucking and bed-wetting that have long troubled Donald J. Trump on his meandering journey toward adulthood.Read More
In what psychologists are calling a rare instance of a collective national nightmare, Americans went to sleep on Thursday night and dreamed that an unstable and juvenile ignoramus named Donald J. Trump was within inches of being elected president of the United States and having control of the nation’s nuclear arsenal.Read More
In its first endorsement of a political candidate in more than 75 million years, Nature itself on Monday threw its vast and awesome yet inscrutable and occasionally frightening support behind Hillary Clinton for president.Read More