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Earth’s Core Has Stopped and May Be Reversing Direction, Study Says - The surprising finding might solve longstanding mysteries about climate and geological phenomena.
submitted 9 days ago by neolib from vice.com
Balanced (siding on non-conspiratorial) analyses of COVID vaccine studies
submitted 8 days ago by hfxB0oyA from medium.com
French scientists divert lightning strikes using a weather-controlling super laser
submitted 15 days ago by TheRealPanzer from strangesounds.org
Artificial pancreas successfully trialed for use by type 2 diabetes patients
submitted 21 days ago by TheRealPanzer from sciencedaily.com
Over-40s on antibiotics ‘nearly 50 per cent more likely to develop Crohn’s disease’. Researchers followed more than six million people in Denmark for more than 10 years and found that taking antibiotics was linked to an increase in risk of inflammatory bowel disease.
submitted 22 days ago by Pis-dur from gut.bmj.com
Will We Know Alien Life When We See It?
submitted 25 days ago by Drewski from nautil.us
Scientists Made Snails Remember Something That Never Happened to Them
submitted 1 month ago by TheRealPanzer from archive.vn
First "virovore" discovered: An organism that eats viruses
submitted 1 month ago by TheRealPanzer from newatlas.com
How Putin's war and small islands are accelerating the global shift to clean energy, and what to watch for in 2023
submitted 1 month ago by N01 from phys.org
The dance of the naked emperors - A followup to "The rise and fall of peer review”
submitted 1 month ago by jet199 from experimentalhistory.substack.com
Fusion Breakthrough Is A Milestone For Climate, Clean Energy
submitted 1 month ago by thenewsline from tnewsline.com
Evaluating the Subjective Orgasm Experience Through Sexual Context, Gender, and Sexual Orientation
submitted 1 month ago by jet199 from link.springer.com
Why Some Scientists Choose China’s Space Station For Research
Next Launch To The Moon: A Japanese Company’s Lunar Lander
Curse Words Around The World Have Something In Common
The Missing Mammal That May Have Shaped California’s Kelp Forests
‘The New Evolution Deniers’ in Retrospect. People have come to understand that the woke Left are indeed denying basic biology, and the resistance to this pernicious ideology has grown tremendously. It’s only a matter of time before we begin pulling it out of our institutions by its roots.
submitted 2 months ago by Chipit from realityslaststand.com
The world depends on a strange collection of items. They're not cheap (18:31) ~ Veritasium
submitted 2 months ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
I found a balanced science site where actual facts still matter.
submitted 2 months ago by hfxB0oyA from acsh.org
Early bird or night owl? Modern-day sleeping habits may be ancient survival tools
submitted 2 months ago by Drewski from science.org
Highly Processed Foods Can Be Considered Addictive Like Tobacco Products
submitted 2 months ago by TheRealPanzer from neurosciencenews.com
CRISPR cancer trial success paves the way for personalized treatments
submitted 2 months ago by Drewski from nature.com
Brain Changes in Autism Are Far More Sweeping Than Previously Known - New study comparing gene expressions in brain tissues
submitted 3 months ago by SoCo from neurosciencenews.com
EXPLAINER: Where Will Hawaii’s Biggest Volcano Erupt From?
submitted 3 months ago by thenewsline from tnewsline.com
Pressure chamber therapy shows improvements in Autism symptoms.
submitted 3 months ago by Canbot from ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
As behavioral geneticists have pointed out, the more you equalize environments, the more that genes are able to explain individual outcomes. Modern society invests so much money in educating practically all children that they all reach something close to their full potential.
submitted 3 months ago by Chipit from twitter.com
The National Institutes of Health now blocks access to an important database if it thinks a scientist’s research may enter “forbidden” territory.
submitted 3 months ago by TheRealPanzer from city-journal.org
Some People Really Are Mosquito Magnets, and They’re Stuck That Way
submitted 3 months ago by TheRealPanzer from scientificamerican.com
'Impossible' jet stream 'moving faster than the speed of light' spotted by NASA
submitted 3 months ago by HongKongPhooey from dailystar.co.uk
Approaching Ecological Sustainability in the Emerging Insects-as-Food Industry
submitted 3 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from sciencedirect.com
Go fly a chitin: the mystery of chitin and chitinases in vertebrate tissues
submitted 3 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from imrpress.com
Differences between men and women are more than the sum of their genes
submitted 3 months ago by iamonlyoneman from theconversation.com
Time-restricted eating with or without low-carbohydrate diet reduces visceral fat and improves metabolic syndrome: A randomized trial
submitted 3 months ago by Pis-dur from cell.com
Neuroscientists Unravel the Mystery of Why You Can’t Tickle Yourself
submitted 3 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from wired.com
DeepMind AI invents faster algorithms to solve tough maths puzzles
submitted 3 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from nature.com
Is our world a hallucination caused by thermodynamics?
submitted 3 months ago by Zapped from thoughtco.com
The Technical Path to Zero Carbon
submitted 3 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from prospect.org
Why Is Behavioural Genetics A Hated Science? The influence of our genes on the outcomes we get in life has been long established and replicated in science. However the public response to this has been very unhappy, making Behavioural Genetics one of the most heated areas of research there is.
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from youtu.be
The triumph of the blank slate
submitted 4 months ago by jet199 from edwest.substack.com
New research suggests psychedelic drugs can be almost as life altering as near-death experiences
submitted 4 months ago by Pis-dur from psypost.org
Sciencists prove that dogs can discriminate between human baseline and psychological stress condition odours
submitted 4 months ago by Pis-dur from journals.plos.org
Still Creepy After All These Years:The Normalization of Affective Discomfort in App Use | Proceedings of the 2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
submitted 4 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from dl.acm.org
NASA Moon Rocket Back In Hangar, Launch Unlikely Until Nov
submitted 4 months ago by thenewsline from tnewsline.com
Multisensory Mechanisms in Temporo-Parietal Cortex Support Self-Location and First-Person Perspective
submitted 4 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from sciencedirect.com
Why the pull of addictive cravings is so hard to resist
submitted 4 months ago by Drewski from aeon.co
The US Is Measuring Extreme Heat Wrong
submitted 4 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from wired.com
The prestigious British medical journal, the Lancet, has released its report on the Covid epidemic. Prof Jeffrey Sachs, the Chair of the commission set up to investigate the epidemic, says that he is ‘pretty convinced’ that the disease was produced artificially in American and Chinese laboratories.
The Ideological Refusal to Acknowledge Evolved Sex Differences. The New York Times has announced that the maternal instinct is a “myth”—a social construct generated and upheld by the patriarchy to impel women to raise children and keep them out of the workforce.
submitted 5 months ago by Chipit from quillette.com
The Fall of ‘Nature’. Imagine for a moment that this editorial were written, not by political progressives, but by conservative Catholics. Many of those presently nodding along with Nature’s editors would have no difficulty identifying the subordination of science to a political agenda.
University of Washington declined to correct misleading info on puberty blocker study after fawning media coverage
submitted 5 months ago by iamonlyoneman from news.yahoo.com
Can We Call It “Stinky-finger Syndrome?”
submitted 5 months ago by HongKongPhooey from ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
How Much Can I Fit Up My Ass? We probed the limits of nature's smuggle pocket.
submitted 5 months ago by HongKongPhooey from vice.com
Was There Something Before the Big Bang? Is the Universe Cyclical? - Anton Petrov (13:02)
submitted 5 months ago by Optimus85 from youtube.com
Is there "zero evidence" for hereditarianism? There’s no scientific reason why admixture analysis can be applied to the racial gap in risk of type 2 diabetes, but not to the black-white IQ gap.
submitted 5 months ago by Chipit from noahcarl.substack.com
Reverse Bestiality: When Animals Commit Sexual Assault
submitted 5 months ago by HongKongPhooey from scienceblogs.com
German shepherd dog is suspected of sexually abusing a child - PubMed
submitted 5 months ago by HongKongPhooey from pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
How Gay Mallard Duck Necrophilia was Discovered
submitted 5 months ago by HongKongPhooey from livescience.com
Nuclear fusion breakthrough confirmed: California team achieved ignition
submitted 5 months ago by Drewski from newsweek.com
Yale Scientists Restore Cell, Organ Function in Pigs After Death
submitted 5 months ago by Drewski from scitechdaily.com
Top Physicist Admits "Distant Star" Photo Was Actually Chorizo
submitted 6 months ago by TheRealPanzer from zerohedge.com
The Search for Exoplanets and Life Elsewhere in the Universe | Geoff Marcy
submitted 6 months ago by sproketboy from youtube.com
Silly sausage! French physicist is forced to apologise for 'planet' photo that was really a snap of some chorizo
submitted 6 months ago by HongKongPhooey from dailymail.co.uk
Life of 7ft woman with largest vagina ever – from 'freak show' to baby tragedy
submitted 6 months ago by HongKongPhooey from dailystar.co.uk
The [Jewish] Man Who Killed Millions and Saved Billions [regarding nitrogen, fertilizer, explosives, chemical warfare, Holocaust myth] (22:34) ~ Veritasium
submitted 6 months ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
Computer learning has creates an AI that can quickly predict protein shapes. This is a revolition in biology.
submitted 6 months ago by Canbot from files.catbox.moe
Why Are Men Mushroom-Shaped Down There? Science Has A Reason
submitted 6 months ago by HongKongPhooey from fatherly.com
Pigs Can Breathe Through Their Buttholes and So Could You, Scientists Say
submitted 6 months ago by HongKongPhooey from vice.com
Scientists Turned Dead Spiders Into Undead Zombie Robots
submitted 6 months ago by TheRealPanzer from thedailybeast.com
The End of Baldness? The Chemical Controlling Life and Death in Hair Follicles Identified - Neuroscience News
submitted 6 months ago by Melodic_Programmer from neurosciencenews.com
NPCs are REAL. Check the EYES for No 'MINDS EYE'. They have a physical telltale. That’s crazy how so many people literally don't have thoughts. I never knew there were people that existed who couldn’t think.
submitted 6 months ago by Chipit from youtu.be
Lab-grown woolly mammoths could walk the Earth in six years
submitted 6 months ago by TheRealPanzer from cnbc.com
Using tree leaves to generate electricity (PDF)
submitted 6 months ago by magnora7 from i-rim.it
Woman goes to poop and discovers pregnancy: “I saw two feet coming out”
submitted 6 months ago by HongKongPhooey from thegoaspotlight.com
Volcanoes emit Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) which has a powerful effect on the climate and can cause acid rain. [Source: USGS.gov]
submitted 6 months ago by In-the-clouds from i.imgur.com
Weak G1 geomagnetic storm called 'Canyon of fire' will slam into Earth today or tomorrow
submitted 6 months ago by [deleted] from livescience.com
The astonishing data that proves masks don't work
Simply complex: water is one of the most remarkable substances in the universe
submitted 6 months ago by TheRealPanzer from dornsife.usc.edu
There's a "spark" released when a spermatozoon meets an ovum. Scientists just took a picture of it.
submitted 6 months ago by iamonlyoneman from sciencealert.com
Cats track their owners’ movements, research finds
submitted 6 months ago by H3v8 from uk.yahoo.com
Surprising nobody who knows about the difference between real-world and models, models failed and real-world copepods thrive under "climate change" conditions
submitted 6 months ago by iamonlyoneman from wattsupwiththat.com
This Is Why You Can't Eat Just Any Leaf
submitted 6 months ago by Drewski from urbo.com
Introduction to Insoluble Sulfur and its Use in Rubber Tire Industry
submitted 6 months ago by lisa_adam121 from self.science
Not all scares about modern vaccines are baseless; the vaccine against swine flu is a case in point. It is instructive to study the vaccine used to combat the H1N1 variety of flu, more commonly known as swine flu.
The Best Mask Study Yet ⋆ Brownstone Institute
submitted 6 months ago by HongKongPhooey from brownstone.org
Man finds out he has ovaries and a uterus after visiting doctor with tummy pain
Smart People Masturbate More Than the Rest of Us, Study Says
submitted 6 months ago by HongKongPhooey from melmagazine.com
People Are Dipping Their Testicles in Soy Sauce, So Here's Some Science
submitted 7 months ago by HongKongPhooey from sciencealert.com
Charles Murray On Human Diversity | Basing Social Science on Scientific Evidence
submitted 7 months ago by sproketboy from youtube.com
An elephant's prehensile penis is like a second trunk
submitted 7 months ago by HongKongPhooey from boingboing.net
Humans can't endure temperatures and humidities as high as previously thought
submitted 7 months ago by Orangutan from psu.edu
from 2016: Stereotype Accuracy is One of the Largest and Most Replicable Effects in All of Social Psychology
submitted 7 months ago by iamonlyoneman from spsp.org
Personhood status of the human zygote, embryo, fetus
submitted 7 months ago by HongKongPhooey from ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
They're coming for behaviour genetics. Steve Pinker’s book The Blank Slate, which expertly debunked the myth that genes don’t matter for intelligence was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. It was in era in which you could say that intelligence is a heritable trait. That era may be coming to an end.
submitted 7 months ago by Chipit from noahcarl.substack.com
How Parents’ Trauma Leaves Biological Traces in Children
submitted 7 months ago by TheRealPanzer from scientificamerican.com
Decoding Sigmund Freud: Theories and Logics
submitted 7 months ago by riserUP from riserup.com
Science Must Not Be Used to Foster White Supremacy
submitted 8 months ago by pcpmasterrace from scientificamerican.com
If I fire a gun while near light speed, will the bullet EXCEED light speed?
submitted 8 months ago by [deleted] from straightdope.com
Two balloons chilled in liquid nitrogen, but demonstrating different properties of gas.
submitted 8 months ago by Canbot from files.catbox.moe
Physicists just rewrote a foundational rule for nuclear fusion reactors that could unleash twice the power
submitted 8 months ago by TheRealPanzer from livescience.com
A Eulogy to the Scientific Method (THE SAAD TRUTH_1406). Strange how the people who have been telling us to follow the science for the last couple of years can't tell a man from a woman.
submitted 8 months ago by Chipit from youtu.be