Archive for Nature, Science & Tech
Micro-plastics threaten our oceans' ecosystem as juvenile fish are becoming addicted to micro-beads. By author 'number 23' at AnonHQ.com, published on Natural Blaze on July 2, 2016
Huge non-stop lightshow dwarfs the Earth’s transient polar displays, say Nasa scientists, as they carry out project to observe effects of solars winds. Published in The Guardian [...]
In a recently published study, empirical evidence shows the likelihood of humans being the only intelligent life form in the history of the universe as ten-billion-trillion to one. [...]
Josh Richardson from Wake Up World reports on a recent study that found groups of bacteria can develop a collective memory that can increase their tolerance to stress. Published [...]
... in ways you've never imagined. Carolyn Gregoire of The Huffington Post interviewed Nicholas Carr, author of 'The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains'. Published [...]
In a loud and distracting world, finding pockets of stillness can benefit your brain and body. Here are four science-backed reasons why, writes Carolyn Gregoire in The Huffington [...]
The folks at ScienceAlert represent this rare event in a more humorous light than citing pure scientific facts that we usually get. Read on about what you ought to know!
During monsoon season, the rain-drenched jungles of the Western Ghats can give off an eerie glow, allowing a rare glimpse into one of nature’s spectacular eccentricities, writes [...]
Memories may be passed down through generations in DNA in a process that may be the underlying cause of phobias. Genetic switches allow offspring to inherit the experience of their [...]
Shiva Ayyadurai is offering to give the Monsanto company a $10 million building if they can disprove his claims about GMO regulations, writes Eric Kiefer in Montclair Patch, New [...]
After more than three centuries, scientists say they have figured out why pendulum clocks hung on the same wall tend to sync up - with one clock's pendulum swinging to the left [...]
Neuroscience backs up the Buddhist belief that “the self” isn’t constant, but ever-changing, writes Olivia Goldhill on Quartz, September 20, 2015.
Intuition's most important role is that it alerts us to the path, people, and circumstances that we will uniquely find fulfilling, writes Julie Eakin in Spirituality & Health.