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The Sweet Rewards of Bitter Food

Hannah Goldfield: Why do humans eat bitter foods? Our bodies crave sugar, salt, fat, protein -- all forms of replenishment or efficient providers of caloric energy. When something tastes bad, we're meant to take it as a warning sign: danger, don't eat this, it could kill you. Show More Summary

Tesla’s Elon Musk Warns That Artificial Intelligence Could Destroy Humanity As We Know It

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has warned that humanity only has a 5 to 10 percent chance of stopping artificial intelligence from destroying life as we know it. Musk made the statement at a talk with employees at his company Neuralink, a firm that is developing technology for brain implants that will create mind-computer interfaces. Show More Summary

Sad chow chow pup misses her human mom so much, all she can do is cry about it

Warning: grab your tissue boxes people because this video will tug at your heartstrings.  An adorable chow chow was super bummed due to the three-week absence of her loving pet parent. To cheer the pup up, the woman's daughter set up a FaceTime call, but it just wasn't enough to mend the pooch's aching heart.  We don't blame her, though. Show More Summary

Why setting ‘safe’ limits for environmental damage won’t work

The boundaries set for human impacts on the planet are deeply flawed and only encourage us to keep pushing towards them, warns Stuart Pimm

Why setting ‘safe’ limits for environmental damage won’t work

The boundaries set for human impacts on the planet are deeply flawed and only encourage us to keep pushing towards them, warns Stuart Pimm

Nonfiction: An Expert on Warfare Examines Centuries of Evolving Mayhem

Lawrence Freedman warns in “The Future of War” that he doesn’t expect to see an end to human conflict.

Stop the rise of the ‘killer robots,’ warn human rights advocates

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It is very common in science fiction films for autonomous armed robots to make life-or-death decisions — often to the detriment of the hero. But these days, lethal machines with an ability to pull the trigger are increasingly becoming more science than fiction. Show More Summary

AI Researcher Warns Skynet Killer-Robots "Easier To Achieve That Self-Driving Cars"

A group of the world’s leading AI researchers and humanitarian organizations are warning about lethal autonomous weapons systems, or killer robots, that select and kill targets without human control. The group alleges killer robots now...Show More Summary

What We Think About When We Try Not To Think About Global Warming

As 15.364 scientists from 184 countries just signed a dire warning to humanity for failing to act accordingly to the threats of climate change, I think it is time to refresh the 2015 publication from Norwegian psychologist and economist Per Espen Stoknes: What We Think About When We Try Not To Think About Global Warming. Problem [&hellip

Bill Gates Is Not Scared of Artificial Intelligence. He Should Be.

The billionaire's statements come days after Steven Hawking warned A.I. could devastate humanity. by Katie Herzog Here's an idea: Let's tax the shit out of this guy and give the money to everyone who will be out of work when the robots take over. Show More Summary

Scientists issue new 'Warning to Humanity' - CNET

Twenty-five years after the first warning, over 15,000 scientists sign a notice that raises a red flag about overpopulation and environmental destruction.

Thousands of Scientists Sign 'Warning to Humanity'

MORE than 15,000 scientists from around the world have signed a terrifying letter warning of an imminent apocalypse. The message is called "Warning to Humanity" and is an ominous vision of the grim fate awaiting Planet Earth. The message updates an original Warning from the Union of Concerned Scientists, which was made in 1992. Show More Summary

‘Widespread misery’: 15,000 scientists issue dire warning for humanity’s future

Over 15,000 scientists from 184 nations have co-signed a journal article pleading with humanity to embrace sustainability now before it is “too late to shift course away from our failing trajectory.” The article in BioScience,  “World...Show More Summary

Rodrigo Duterte: War with N Korea would 'end humanity'

Military confrontation with the communist nation would lead to a 'nuclear holocaust', President Rodrigo Duterte warns.

15,000 scientists warn about catastrophic impact of human actions on environment 

In 1992, 1,700 scientists warned about dire consequences if we didn’t lessen our dependence on fossil fuels, work to control the world population and stop deforestation. Read more...

15K Scientists Send 'Warning to Humanity'

Twenty-five years ago, 1,500 scientists signed a letter warning humanity that it needed to change its ways in order to save the planet. A new letter, marking the anniversary of that first message, has so far been signed by 15,000 scientists, and the reason for the tenfold increase...

Over 15,000 scientists issue a terrifying ‘second notice’ to the human race

25 years ago, 1,700 of the world's leading scientists issued a grim "warning to humanity." Within, they explained that human activities were doing serious, irreversible damage on the planet that, if left unchecked, would eventually make the planet uninhabitable. Show More Summary

More than 15,000 scientists have issued a warning to humanity

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In 1992, scientists warned that humans had to change or the Earth would become unlivable. What's changed 25 years later? Video provided by Newsy        

15,000 scientists say threats to planet now 'far worse'

More than 15,000 global scientists from 184 countries signed on to the letter, called the "World Scientists' Warning to Humanity: A Second Notice," published in the journal BioScience. The initial version, released in 1992 by the Union of Concerned Scientists, was signed by 1,700 experts. Show More Summary

Thousands of scientists issue bleak 'second notice' to humanity

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In 1992, scientists warned humanity about a host of impending ecological disasters. A quarter-century later, most of them have gotten worse.

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