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The More Chocolate A Nation Eats, The More Nobel Prizes It Gets
But not really. A research paper shows how perfectly verified statistical results can still be perfectly wrong.
Study: If You Hate Someone, Your Brain Sees Them Differently
Perception isn’t just a simple chain of neurological events. A new study from the Brain and Creativity Institute at the … Continued
New Dinosaur Identified
Pegomastax africanus was smaller than a housecat but not nearly as likeable--it had 1-inch-long fangs and porcupine-style quills.
Experiment: Look At Pictures Of Cute Baby Animals To Improve Your Concentration
A Japanese study suggests looking at cute animal pics can help your concentration. We've thoughtfully provided some so you can test that out for yourself.
After Pregnancy, Many Women Have Bits Of Male DNA In Their Brains
Carrying a male fetus found to cause microchimerism
Video: Software That Can Tell What City It’s In By Looking At The Architecture
Generations of sweating architects and designers have been at work for hundreds of years, pulling inspiration from different sources, to … Continued
Are Recent Extreme Weather Events Caused By Global Warming? NASA Scientist Says Yes
It’s not in doubt that global warming is changing the planet for the worse, but it’s difficult to identify which, … Continued
Depression Can Be Diagnosed With a Blood Test
The jury is still out, in many respects, on exactly what depression is and how it should be treated, but … Continued
Wearing Yellow Might Give Tennis Players an Edge
Major League Baseball pitchers can’t wear white gloves or wristbands because they obscure the ball, making it difficult for batters … Continued
Wi-Fi Radiation Is Killing Trees, New Study Finds
Yes, trees can bleed, and it's our fault