How do Horses Sleep

Horses Sleep. Like most herbivorous mammals, horses are not characterized by their ability to sleep, however, the characteristics of their short sleep are in all...

How Scientists Used Ultrasound to Read Monkeys’ Minds

Thanks to neural implants, mind reading is no longer science fiction. As I’m writing this sentence, a tiny chip with arrays of electrodes could sit...

‘Organic’ Label Doesn’t Mean a Holiday Ham Was From a Happy...

This holiday season, Americans will buy some 20 million turkeys and 300 million pounds of ham. Some of these turkeys and hams will be certified...

10 wild theories about the universe

Why is the universe the way it is? Over the years, scientists have explored many ideas to explain our cosmos and its future. Here...

Sushi Parasite Has Increased 283x in Nearly 40 Years

The population of a marine parasite that sometimes worms its way into sushi has increased by 283 times in the last nearly 40 years,...

You’re Not So Different From an Octopus: Rethinking Our Relationship to...

By Leslie Crawford Remember back when we were all tubes? Sy Montgomery does. That was a simpler time, eons before the octopus and Homo sapiens went...
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8 Simple Ways to Help the Environment

Students are constantly learning how they can make a difference in the world to help the environment. There are classes and clubs focused on various...

How To Cleanse Your Aura (& When You Should), According To...

While we may not be able to see people's auras, or our own for that matter, many people have an intuitive sense of when...

Hackers could crack a voting app already used in US elections

Voatz, an online election app increasingly popular in the United States, is riddled with serious security vulnerabilities, according to a new study from researchers...

Cell Phone-Induced Bodily Harm: How The Bees Can Help

Did you know that your cell phone technically microwaves your brain, sometimes using about the same frequencies found in a microwave oven?  And did...