environment

The Rise of Trevor Milton and the Collapse of Nikola Trucks

Milton promised to disrupt the EV space with his too-good-to-be-true hydrogen-powered semis. But federal prosecutors say he lied to investors and the media, all to hype his company that’s never produced a single operational truck

How Pollution and Plastics Are Shrinking Dicks

As our food, water and personal products become more contaminated with phthalates, more babies are being born with inchworms than foot-longs

The Planet Is Dying. Renewable Fish Cum Plastics Are Here to Save It

The plastics are made from hydrogels, which can be made from almost anything. For some reason, researchers went with salmon cum

Could Burning Trash Power a Green Bitcoin Mining Boom?

We spoke with Bill Smith, the founder of a company that aims to fuel energy-intensive Bitcoin operations by mining our landfills

The Meth Fish Apocalypse