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The biology of dads - The bodies and brains of fathers, not just mothers, are transformed through the love and labour of raising a child
submitted 5 days ago by jet199 from aeon.co
Stereotype accuracy is "one of the largest and most replicable effects in all of social psychology." The first section of this paper is History of Obstacles to Social Psychology Accepting Its Own Data on Stereotype Accuracy.
submitted 7 days ago by Chipit from psycnet.apa.org
The Cult(ure) of Scientific Misdirection
submitted 9 days ago by Tom_Bombadil from youtube.com
Have you heard that bonobos are peaceful, matriarchal apes that use lots of free sex to obtain delightful egalitarian community? You've been lied to. Bonobo sexuality has been used to advance such worthy causes as tolerance for polyamory and reducing backward social norms of strict monogamy.
submitted 9 days ago by Chipit from skepticink.com
Reducing Bias from Models built on the Adult Dataset Using Adversarial Debiasing. The latest in removing unacceptable results from science and ensuring ideological conformity.
submitted 10 days ago by Chipit from towardsdatascience.com
Beyond Identical or Fraternal: 6 Rare Types of Twins (14:28) ~ SciShow
submitted 11 days ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
Can the Government Control the Weather? (9:13) ~ reallygraceful
submitted 12 days ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
Dirty Solution to a Cleaner Future: Soil Carbon Sequestration
submitted 14 days ago by TheHappyNeuron from thehappyneuron.com
Pseudoscience Is The Real Pandemic - The Happy Neuron
submitted 28 days ago by TheHappyNeuron from thehappyneuron.com
Major Denmark Study May Show Masks Are Largely Ineffective, 'Science' Promptly Censors It
submitted 1 month ago by Chipit from redstate.com
[medicine] Diagnosing Parkinson's disease with skin samples could lead to earlier detection
submitted 1 month ago by ABlueSkilttle from sciencedaily.com
A common refrain in the social sciences is that evolutionary psychological hypotheses are “just-so stories.” In reality, the evidence suggests that evolutionary approaches generate large numbers of new predictions. The findings in this essay were predicted a priori by evolutionary reasoning.
submitted 1 month ago by Chipit from areomagazine.com
Researchers synthesize room temperature superconducting material [at 39 million psi]
Opinion: Classification of humans into races 'the biggest mistake in the history of science'
submitted 1 month ago by sproketboy from phys.org
Vitamin D and survival in COVID-19 patients: A quasi-experimental study
submitted 1 month ago by Pis-dur from sciencedirect.com
Do Your Own Research! (28:22) ~ Corbett Report Extras
submitted 1 month ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
Damage Similar to Alzheimer's Has Been Found in Young Brains Exposed to Air Pollution
submitted 1 month ago by zyxzevn from sciencealert.com
Study Confirms 'Slow Blinks' Really Do Work to Communicate With Your Cat
An earlier universe existed before the Big Bang, and can still be observed today, says Nobel winner
submitted 1 month ago by Vigte from news.yahoo.com
Dissenting scientists issue Covid-19 herd immunity declaration
submitted 1 month ago by sproketboy from youtube.com
Fecal Microbiota Transplant is Highly Effective in Real-World Practice: Initial Results from the FMT National Registry (Oct 2020) 222 completed 1 month follow-up, 123 6 month. All for CDI. 90% cured at 1mo. ~96% used stool bank. 4% recurrence after 6mo. New diagnosis of IBS and IBD occurred in 4 pts
submitted 1 month ago by Pis-dur from gastrojournal.org
Electric shocks to the tongue can quiet chronic ringing ears
submitted 1 month ago by [deleted] from sciencemag.org
Lingering "brain fog" and other neurological symptoms after COVID -19 recovery may be due to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), an effect observed in past human coronavirus outbreaks such as SARS and MERS.
submitted 1 month ago by Pis-dur from uclahealth.org
The Infinite Pattern That Never Repeats
submitted 1 month ago by christnmusicreleases from youtube.com
What is a neutron and its charge? Discovery and mass of a neutron?
submitted 1 month ago by sanojb732 from self.science
president trump tests positive for covid19
submitted 1 month ago by [deleted] from nytimes.com
What is Science Simple definition | Branches of science
submitted 1 month ago by sanojb732 from unlimitededu.net
What is an electron? | Mass and charge of an electron
What is a proton and its charge? Discovery and mass of a proton
Research study reveals why unhealthy eating habits are an indicator of inadequate sleep
submitted 2 months ago by zabaru from rnghealth.net
The implications of vitamin D deficiency on COVID-19 for at-risk populations - "Despite the documented impact of vitamin D on viral disease prevention, many subgroups at risk for contracting COVID-19 are also known to have increased rates of vitamin D deficiency."
submitted 2 months ago by Pis-dur from pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Scientists create first conducting carbon nanowire, opening the door for all-carbon computer architecture, predicted to be thousands of times faster and more energy efficient than current silicon-based systems
submitted 2 months ago by Pis-dur from news.berkeley.edu
Study Finds Gut Microbiome Plays Important Role in Sleep Regulation
submitted 2 months ago by Pis-dur from medicine.missouri.edu
I Grew Real Spider Silk Using Yeast
submitted 2 months ago by Canbot from youtube.com
Traditional Jewish Sexual Practices and Their Possible Impact on Jewish Fertility and Demography* | Harvard Theological Review | Cambridge Core
submitted 2 months ago by Sw0rdofDam0cles from cambridge.org
Early use of high efficacy disease-modifying therapies (DMTs) is more effective than the traditional approach — that of an escalating treatment regimen — at delaying disability progression in people with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS), a real-life study from Italy reports.
submitted 2 months ago by Pis-dur from multiplesclerosisnewstoday.com
In people with multiple sclerosis (MS) under age 50, the presence of cardiovascular risk factors is associated with a greater loss of brain volume, including white and grey matter, a study showed.
The Workings of an Ancient Nuclear Reactor
submitted 2 months ago by [deleted] from scientificamerican.com
39,000-year-old cave bear is discovered perfectly preserved in Siberia | "It is completely preserved, with all internal organs in place." Until now, only bones have been found of cave bears, a prehistoric species or subspecies that lived in Eurasia from around 300,000 to 15,000 years ago
submitted 2 months ago by Pis-dur from dailymail.co.uk
Internet searches on gastrointestinal symptoms predicted a rise in Covid-19 cases weeks later, researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital found, demonstrating a novel early warning system for hot spots of the pandemic disease.
submitted 2 months ago by Pis-dur from bloomberg.com
Scientists Just Found a Way For Machines to See Through Clouds And Fog
submitted 2 months ago by [deleted] from sciencealert.com
Research highlights sustained efforts from the food and drinks industry to oppose public health measures aimed to tackling heart disease, cancer and diabetes. NCDs, such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes, account for over 70% for global death and disability
submitted 2 months ago by Pis-dur from bath.ac.uk
"For 4 months, children or their caregivers sprayed a solution of sugar water containing live Roseomonas mucosa onto areas of skin with eczema. Most children in the study experienced substantial improvements in their skin and overall wellbeing following R. mucosa therapy." (Sep 2020, n=20)
submitted 2 months ago by Pis-dur from nih.gov
Adults with positive SARS-CoV-2 test results were approximately twice as likely to have reported dining at a restaurant than were those with negative SARS-CoV-2 test results.
submitted 2 months ago by Pis-dur from cdc.gov
Scientists May Have Just Found The Cure For Breast Cancer
submitted 2 months ago by NewsJunkie from thislifemag.com
Researchers put people aged over 65 with some cognitive function decline into two groups who spent six months making lifestyle changes in diet, exercise and brain training. Those given extra support were found to have a lower risk of Alzheimer's disease and improved cognitive abilities.
submitted 2 months ago by Pis-dur from abc.net.au
No Evidence of Disease Activity Seen in Most RRMS Patients After Switching to Ocrevus, Data Show
Scientists Invent A Replacement For Skin
The link between vitamin D deficiency and Covid-19 in a large population
submitted 2 months ago by Pis-dur from medrxiv.org
Gad Saad | The Death Of Truth And How To Revive It | Modern Wisdom Podcast #217
submitted 2 months ago by sproketboy from youtube.com
Colliding Universes - Evidence for Multiverse
Targeting B-cells in Cerebrospinal Fluid May Lead to More Effective MS Therapies
#MSVirtual2020 – Zeposia Still Prevents Relapses in Relapsing MS Patients After 3 Years, Trial Data Show
Warrior skeletons reveal Bronze Age Europeans couldn’t drink milk
submitted 2 months ago by [deleted] from sciencemag.org
Gut microbiome composition is associated with age and memory performance in pet dogs
submitted 2 months ago by Pis-dur from eurekalert.org
Anxious and extraverted: Study finds many people with social anxiety don't fit the "shy" stereotype
submitted 2 months ago by Pis-dur from psypost.org
Could a tree help find a decaying corpse nearby?
submitted 2 months ago by [deleted] from arstechnica.com
A Randomized Clinical Trial of Fecal Microbiota Transplant for Alcohol Use Disorder
submitted 2 months ago by Pis-dur from aasldpubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com
Post-COVID syndrome severely damages children’s hearts; 'immense inflammation’ causing cardiac blood vessel dilation
submitted 2 months ago by Pis-dur from news.uthscsa.edu
Altered Gut Microbiome, Metabolism Found in Japanese MS Patients
Migraine Present in 30% of MS Patients, Review Study Finds
Is The Human Animal Still Evolving?
submitted 2 months ago by TheHappyNeuron from thehappyneuron.com
Fungi in gut linked to higher Alzheimer's risk can be reduced through ketogenic diet (Aug 2020, n=17) Gut mycobiome and its interaction with diet, gut bacteria and alzheimer's disease markers in subjects with mild cognitive impairment: A pilot study, randomized, double-blind.
submitted 2 months ago by Pis-dur from medicalxpress.com
[Deprogrammed] SJWs in Sandia: A chat with Casey Petersen
Gravity is the Universe’s Problem Child
Boston superspreading event seeded thousands of COVID-19 cases
submitted 2 months ago by Pis-dur from sciencemag.org
Development of COVID-19 vaccine AZD1222 expands into US Phase III clinical trial across all adult age groups
submitted 2 months ago by Pis-dur from astrazeneca-us.com
Being selfish [or kind] doesn't get you ahead
submitted 2 months ago by ABlueSkilttle from sciencedaily.com
Michael Shermer/Stuart Ritchie—How Fraud, Bias, Negligence, and Hype Undermine the Search for Truth
Demo and teardown of an X-ray fluorescence gun (measures chemical composition)
What Happens When You Don’t Shower For Five Years
submitted 2 months ago by [deleted] from sciencefriday.com
Italian Study Finds Risk of Death 30% Lower for COVID-19 Patients Treated With Hydroxychloroquine (25 August 2020)
submitted 3 months ago by rty from scitechdaily.com
Mechanisms identified to restore myelin sheaths after injury or in multiple sclerosis (In mice)
submitted 3 months ago by ABlueSkilttle from sciencedaily.com
Up-close Video Cllip Of Mosquito Locating Blood Vessel
submitted 3 months ago by suckitreddit from files.catbox.moe
Problems are fun
submitted 3 months ago by zyxzevn from i.imgur.com
International Scholars Must Resist the American Campaign to Inject Racial Tribalism Into Science. The racialization of discourses, a phenomenon that has spread rapidly to other Western countries from the United States, is increasingly metastasizing into STEM.
submitted 3 months ago by Chipit from quillette.com
SUPER-Mars: Last chance for 15 YEARS!!
submitted 3 months ago by sproketboy from youtube.com
How I entered the matrix through the red and blue #fakesciencenews and came out purple.
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from realscience.community
Early human societies were egalitarian – male dominance emerges only with agriculture and more resources
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from zmescience.com
‘Electric mud’ teems with new, mysterious bacteria
submitted 3 months ago by D0z from sciencemag.org
Coming and Going: Navigating Space Between Megastructures
submitted 3 months ago by lawuigi from youtube.com
Toddlers who use touchscreens show attention differences
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from bath.ac.uk
Groundbreaking new material ‘Could allow artificial intelligence to merge with the human brain’
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from independent.co.uk
NASA Is Tracking a Vast, Growing Anomaly in Earth's Magnetic Field
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from sciencealert.com
New gene therapy approach eliminates at least 90% latent herpes simplex virus 1
[Psychology] Desire to be in a group leads to harsher judgment of others (Not politics)
Unlimited Resources From Space – Asteroid Mining
Predatory journal accepts fake story about scooters and hydroxychloroquine
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from scienceintegritydigest.com
Formation of quadruple helix DNA tracked in live human cells for the first time
submitted 3 months ago by Vigte from medicalxpress.com
[Neurology] Neurochemistry of getting and staying motivated
The Relativity of Wrong by Isaac Asimov
submitted 3 months ago by lawuigi from hermiene.net
Extreme Chernobyl Fungus Could Protect Astronauts From Deadly Radiation
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from msn.com
Yale scientists restore cellular function in 32 dead pig brains.
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from bigthink.com
Artificial eyespots on cattle reduce predation by large carnivores
submitted 3 months ago by suckitreddit from nature.com
Mini Mad Lads - Grigori Perelman, The Mad Mathematician. Imagine what this man could accomplish if Academia wasn't such a god-awful swamp of vainglory. He studied math so hard, his mind transcended beyond this material world. Money is meaningless to one who can read the fabric of the universe.
submitted 3 months ago by Chipit from youtube.com
[COVID] Study demonstrates a simple way to test facial covering materials for effectiveness
SJWs kill research into sexuality: Open Letter of Resignation from the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality - 'In the present culture war between science and popular appeal'
submitted 3 months ago by 1donteven from sexologytoday.org
Nikola Tesla Proved It Was Possible. Now Wireless Electricity Is a Reality.
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from popularmechanics.com
Nasa to change 'harmful' and insensitive' planet and galaxy nicknames
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from theguardian.com
Elevated rates of autism, other neurodevelopmental and psychiatric diagnoses, and autistic traits in transgender and gender-diverse individuals [Nature]
submitted 3 months ago by zyxzevn from nature.com