Science

2017 Was The Hottest Year in Recorded History Without El Niño


This is the Fastest Decline of Arctic Sea Ice In At Least 1,500 Years


Scientists Think Huge, Mysterious Object Flying Past Earth Could Be Alien Spacecraft


Excitonium: New Form of Matter Discovered 50 Years After Theorized


The Neuroscience of Changing Your Mind

Researchers from Johns Hopkins University have found that last-minute decision-making is a lot more complicated than previously known, involving complex neural coordination among multiple brain areas. The revelations may help scientists unravel certain aspects of addictive behaviors and understand why accidents like falls grow increasingly common as we age.


A.I. Algorithm Can Determine a Neighborhood’s Political Leanings By Its Cars


Discovery of Giant ‘Monster’ Planet Shatters Previously Held Formation Theory


5,000 Mile Long Atmospheric River Streams Across the Sky From China to US Pacific Northwest


DuPont Subsidiary Chemours May Have Been Dumping GenX Toxin Into North Carolina Drinking Water Source For Decades


The Brain Has Its Own “Autofill” Function For Speech


%d bloggers like this: