The Grand Canyon is dramatic enough today - but imagine it with roaming dinosaurs. It now appears that it's been around for 70 million years, a good 65 million longer than believed.
New dating evidence supports claims that bones found under a church floor in Bulgaria could be those of John the Baptist - although of course they could equally well belong to his contemporary Fred the Goatherd.
The well-known cave paintings at El Castillo in Northern Spain possibly weren't produced by modern humans at all, say scientists, but by Neanderthals.
People have been making music for thousands of years longer than thought, new dating evidence shows.
God knows it’s an idea whose time has obviously come. Frankly, I’m amazed it hasn’t happened sooner, but apparently there’s a show called Geek Love the Learning Channel will premiere on December 18.
A new analysis of a piece of lunar rock indicates that the moon is much younger than previously thought - or else scientists have been dramatically wrong about the way in which it was formed.
Attention matchmakers: there is someone so desperate to get hitched he will award $10,000 to the person who hooks him up with a bride.
Internet access gets you laid, according to sociologists, who say it increases the chances of being in a romantic relationship.
Location based services are going to be hotter than a junebug dancing on a fat man's grill. Flirtatious dating site hottie is hitting the "droid."