One of the greatest puzzles in existence is the nature of our reality. An expert proposes a method for telling if we all live in a computer program.
Kids in China were more interested in space than kids in the UK and the US. So, what do you want to be when you grow up?
Fertility research has already come under fire for failing to account for older studies' potentially biased sample techniques. Now, they reveal that the average sperm count of men worldwide is decreasing at an alarming rate.
Chinese government-run media People's Daily tweeted a video of the strange occurrence and dubbed it the "great sheep mystery." Hundreds of sheep walked in a circle for 12 days in China and nobody knows why.
Hardly any Chinese people today are interested in getting married. Expect the flame of desire to grow even more weak as the nation ages and becomes less productive. This is why China’s marriage crisis is an existential threat to the country.
Data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics shows how each generation of Americans is spending their money.
According to a statistic, the WHO has made the observation that Europe is facing a dementia problem and that it will increase to 78 million by 2030 and 139 million by 2050.
According to the financial bank Natixis's Global Retirement Index, the best country to grow old in is Norway, with it scoring 81 in the index.
According to data from Eurostat, due to the ageing population, the European Union's dependency ratio will reach 57 by the year 2100, which will impact taxes in the future.
According to new reports, the last member of his tribe, commonly called the Indigenous Man of the Hole, has been found dead in the Amazon by a Funai official.