"Great Adaptation" Reveals Secrets to Amazing Animal Skills

“Great Adaptation” Reveals Secrets to Amazing Animal Skills

Stories about unusual animals and unusual science make this an entertaining read Great Adaptations Neurobiologist Kenneth Catania’s passion for studying strange animal adaptations began with a creature with a 22-pointed star on... Read more »
Cheese found in Egyptian tomb is at least 3,200 years old

Cheese found in Egyptian tomb is at least 3,200 years old

White tumor showed signs of bacteria that caused brucellosis, an infectious disease Perhaps the oldest known solid cheese was found in an ancient Egyptian tomb. Made from a mixture of cow’s milk... Read more »
Scientific claims in 2019 could be a big deal if they're true

Scientific claims in 2019 could be a big deal if they’re true

Finds needing further evidence include fossils of dinosaurs from the sun that hit a giant asteroid on Earth and shooting star jets Discoveries about the death knell of dinosaurs, a watery exoplanet,... Read more »
Building democracies may not work without prior cultural changes

Building democracies may not work without prior cultural changes

It has not been known for a long time whether democratic values ​​come first in a society or in democratic institutions. When the United States invaded Iraq in the early 2000s, President... Read more »
What does science provide for 2020? This is what we are looking for

What does science provide for 2020? This is what we are looking for

In a new year comes the new science. Here is an overview of the events, projects and perspectives our presenters are watching or want to see in 2020. Cosmic clarity When astronomy... Read more »
Small experiment suggests human bodies are turned into compost plants

Small experiment suggests human bodies are turned into compost plants

Reducing bodies to dirt can be a friendly nature at a funeral or cremation. SEATTLE – The human body makes good food for worms. This is the result of pilot tests with... Read more »
Scientists sometimes use vague words to hide their ignorance

Scientists sometimes use vague words to hide their ignorance

Language can hinder – or advance – our understanding of truth It is common knowledge that you cannot kill a virus because viruses do not survive. However, some viruses act as if... Read more »
New biography in Galileo draws parallels with current rejection of science

New biography in Galileo draws parallels with current rejection of science

Galileo and those who rejected science offer a new perspective on the life of a scientific legend Galileo and the Science Deniers In basketball, legends are often only known by their first... Read more »
Interfaith football teams have reduced tension on Muslims and Christians to a point

Interfaith football teams have reduced tension on Muslims and Christians to a point

Study in Iraq reveals advantages and disadvantages of interventions in the field of social cohesion Combining rival groups to break discrimination is not a new idea. But will positive interaction with ethnic... Read more »
Ethan Hawke stars in Tesla, a bizarre biopic about the incredible creator

Ethan Hawke stars in Tesla, a bizarre biopic about the incredible creator

The film follows the ascent and fall of Nikola Tesla It’s a story of David and Goliath for the industrial age. The young idealist Nikola Tesla arrived in the United States in... Read more »