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How Gay Mallard Duck Necrophilia was Discovered
submitted 18 hours ago by HongKongPhooey from livescience.com
Nuclear fusion breakthrough confirmed: California team achieved ignition
submitted 2 days ago by Drewski from newsweek.com
Yale Scientists Restore Cell, Organ Function in Pigs After Death
submitted 8 days ago by Drewski from scitechdaily.com
Top Physicist Admits "Distant Star" Photo Was Actually Chorizo
submitted 8 days ago by TheRealPanzer from zerohedge.com
The Search for Exoplanets and Life Elsewhere in the Universe | Geoff Marcy
submitted 9 days 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 10 days ago by HongKongPhooey from dailymail.co.uk
Life of 7ft woman with largest vagina ever – from 'freak show' to baby tragedy
submitted 10 days 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 14 days 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 16 days ago by Canbot from files.catbox.moe
Why Are Men Mushroom-Shaped Down There? Science Has A Reason
submitted 16 days ago by HongKongPhooey from fatherly.com
Pigs Can Breathe Through Their Buttholes and So Could You, Scientists Say
submitted 16 days ago by HongKongPhooey from vice.com
Scientists Turned Dead Spiders Into Undead Zombie Robots
submitted 17 days ago by TheRealPanzer from thedailybeast.com
The End of Baldness? The Chemical Controlling Life and Death in Hair Follicles Identified - Neuroscience News
submitted 19 days 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 18 days ago by Chipit from youtu.be
Lab-grown woolly mammoths could walk the Earth in six years
submitted 22 days ago by TheRealPanzer from cnbc.com
Using tree leaves to generate electricity (PDF)
submitted 23 days ago by magnora7 from i-rim.it
Woman goes to poop and discovers pregnancy: “I saw two feet coming out”
submitted 23 days 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 23 days 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 24 days ago by [deleted] from livescience.com
The astonishing data that proves masks don't work
submitted 26 days ago by HongKongPhooey from dailymail.co.uk
Simply complex: water is one of the most remarkable substances in the universe
submitted 26 days 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 27 days ago by iamonlyoneman from sciencealert.com
Cats track their owners’ movements, research finds
submitted 29 days 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 28 days ago by iamonlyoneman from wattsupwiththat.com
This Is Why You Can't Eat Just Any Leaf
submitted 1 month ago by Drewski from urbo.com
Introduction to Insoluble Sulfur and its Use in Rubber Tire Industry
submitted 1 month 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.
submitted 1 month ago by Chipit from youtu.be
The Best Mask Study Yet ⋆ Brownstone Institute
submitted 1 month ago by HongKongPhooey from brownstone.org
Man finds out he has ovaries and a uterus after visiting doctor with tummy pain
submitted 1 month ago by HongKongPhooey from dailystar.co.uk
Smart People Masturbate More Than the Rest of Us, Study Says
submitted 1 month ago by HongKongPhooey from melmagazine.com
People Are Dipping Their Testicles in Soy Sauce, So Here's Some Science
submitted 1 month ago by HongKongPhooey from sciencealert.com
Charles Murray On Human Diversity | Basing Social Science on Scientific Evidence
submitted 1 month ago by sproketboy from youtube.com
An elephant's prehensile penis is like a second trunk
submitted 1 month ago by HongKongPhooey from boingboing.net
Humans can't endure temperatures and humidities as high as previously thought
submitted 1 month 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 1 month ago by iamonlyoneman from spsp.org
Personhood status of the human zygote, embryo, fetus
submitted 1 month 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 1 month ago by Chipit from noahcarl.substack.com
How Parents’ Trauma Leaves Biological Traces in Children
submitted 1 month ago by TheRealPanzer from scientificamerican.com
Decoding Sigmund Freud: Theories and Logics
submitted 2 months ago by riserUP from riserup.com
Science Must Not Be Used to Foster White Supremacy
submitted 2 months ago by pcpmasterrace from scientificamerican.com
If I fire a gun while near light speed, will the bullet EXCEED light speed?
submitted 2 months ago by [deleted] from straightdope.com
Two balloons chilled in liquid nitrogen, but demonstrating different properties of gas.
submitted 2 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 2 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 2 months ago by Chipit from youtu.be
Richard Dawkins & Francis Collins: Biology, Belief and Covid
submitted 2 months ago by sproketboy from youtube.com
Mind-Altering Parasite May Make Infected People More Attractive, Study Suggests
submitted 2 months ago by asterias from sciencealert.com
The impact of childhood lead exposure on adult personality (2021)
submitted 2 months ago by Drewski from pnas.org
submitted 3 months ago by Brewdabier from youtube.com
AI-engineered enzyme eats entire plastic containers
submitted 3 months ago by Drewski from chemistryworld.com
Death could be reversible, as scientists bring dead eyes back to life
submitted 3 months ago by TheRealPanzer from archive.ph
Researchers Pinpoint Reason Infants Die From SIDS | BioSpace
submitted 3 months ago by Chipit from biospace.com
UTSW genetic study confirms sarin nerve gas as cause of Gulf War illness
submitted 3 months ago by Drewski from utsouthwestern.edu
Outbreak: On Transgender Teens and Psychic Epidemics
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from tandfonline.com
Quanta Magazine: In Test Tubes, RNA Molecules Evolve Into a Tiny Ecosystem.
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from quantamagazine.org
Faecal transplants reverse hallmarks of ageing
submitted 3 months ago by Drewski from uea.ac.uk
Was NASA’s Historic Leader James Webb a Bigot?
submitted 3 months ago by sproketboy from hmoluseyi.medium.com
Scientific papers for free.
submitted 3 months ago by Orangutan from imgur.com
Why didn't our ancient ancestors get cavities?
submitted 3 months ago by Drewski from sciencenorway.no
New artificial enamel is harder and more durable than the real thing
submitted 3 months ago by Drewski from science.org
Dr. Jay Bhattacharya on Our COVID Response
submitted 3 months ago by sproketboy from youtube.com
Scientists Find No Benefit to Time-Restricted Eating
submitted 3 months ago by TheRealPanzer from dnyuz.com
Anti-vaxers afraid they might "catch" the vaccine from being around vaccinated people. Gads.
submitted 3 months ago by JasonCarswell from imgur.com
The French town where the lighting is alive
submitted 3 months ago by Drewski from bbc.com
Ancient Nambian Stone is being called the key to the development of quantum computers.
submitted 3 months ago by TheJoint from news.st-andrews.ac.uk
Mushrooms communicate with each other using up to 50 ‘words’, scientist claims
submitted 4 months ago by pcpmasterrace from theguardian.com
All the elements needed for life. Cody's lab
submitted 4 months ago by Canbot from m.youtube.com
Bloomberg columnist explains why gun control research is worthless. "These glaring methodological flaws are not specific to gun control research; they are typical of how the academic publishing industry responds to demands from political partisans for scientific evidence that does not exist."
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from bearingarms.com
The human genome is, at long last, complete
submitted 4 months ago by Drewski from rockefeller.edu
Old Spleens Suck - by Sarah Constantin
submitted 4 months ago by Drewski from sarahconstantin.substack.com
Consider both sexes in experimental design
submitted 5 months ago by jet199 from ukri.org
Elites Abusing Power: Getting to Decide What Counts as Science. The doctor (Angelique Coetzee) who helped discover the omicron variant of the virus says she was pressured by European officials to avoid saying it was milder. It’s not about health. It’s not about science. It’s about power.
submitted 5 months ago by Chipit from instapundit.com
This scientist busts myths about how humans burn calories—and why
submitted 5 months ago by Drewski from science.org
Swiss Policy Research's Facts About COVID-19: The median age of covid deaths is over 80 years in most Western countries and about 5% of the deceased had no serious preconditions. The age and risk profile of covid mortality is therefore comparable to normal mortality, but increases it proportionally
submitted 6 months ago by Chipit from swprs.org
Neanderthal extinction not caused by brutal wipe out
submitted 6 months ago by [deleted] from bbc.com
The origin of the new coronavirus remains unknown, but the best evidence currently points to a covid-like pneumonia incident in a Chinese mine in 2012, whose virus samples were collected, stored and researched by the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Some US labs may also have had access to these viruses
Mosquitoes are Attracted to Specific Colors
submitted 6 months ago by [deleted] from sci-news.com
At Last: New Synthetic Tooth Enamel Is Harder and Stronger Than the Real Thing
submitted 6 months ago by [deleted] from scitechdaily.com
Microbes In The Sky
submitted 6 months ago by Zapped from livescience.com
MIT Engineers Create the “Impossible” – New Material That Is Stronger Than Steel and As Light as Plastic
Principles of bifergence
submitted 6 months ago by Canbot from microscopyu.com
Against That Poverty And Infant EEGs Study. A recent paper claims to have found an Impact Of A Poverty Reduction Intervention On Infant Brain Activity. People want to discover a link between poverty and cognitive function *so bad*.
submitted 6 months ago by Chipit from astralcodexten.substack.com
London's Science Museum boards up 'non-inclusive' display in human origins exhibit
submitted 6 months ago by sproketboy from washingtonexaminer.com
The symptoms of a panic attack often come from hyperventilation caused by breathing too deeply or quickly. This is why breathing in to a bag can raise CO2 levels in the blood and get a person feeling normal again. "Take deep breaths" is exactly the wrong thing to do in the case of a panic attacks
submitted 6 months ago by magnora7 from en.wikipedia.org
Quillette podcast host Jonathan Kay talks to book author and Skeptic editor Michael Shermer about why scientific media, professional organizations, and academic departments are increasingly succumbing to progressive ideological fads.
submitted 6 months ago by Chipit from quillette.com
How the cure for scurvy was lost due to medical dogma
submitted 7 months ago by jet199 from idlewords.com
Remembering Richard Leakey (1944–2022), the Last Victorian Scientist. A white man who brought the message of science and natural history to scores of thousands of black Kenyan schoolchildren and university students who might otherwise have become uncritical creationists.
submitted 7 months ago by Chipit from quillette.com
China's $1 trillion 'artificial sun' fusion reactor just got five times hotter than the sun
submitted 7 months ago by [deleted] from livescience.com
At what point does incompetence become fraud?
submitted 7 months ago by jet199 from medium.com
A Conversation with E.O. Wilson (1929–2021). "I think I may have been the only scientist in modern times to be physically attacked for an idea. The idea of a biological human nature was abhorrent to the demonstrators and was, in fact, too radical at the time for...many on the far-Left."
Robert Maxwell helped set up the academic publishing pyramid scheme
submitted 7 months ago by jet199 from theguardian.com
Aella's twitter polls on eugenics. EG: "A lesbian couple is looking for a sperm donor, and choose their donor based on how healthy, smart, and happy the donor seems to be. Is this: A) not eugenics / B) eugenics I don't support / C) eugenics I support?"
submitted 7 months ago by Chipit from twitter.com
John Wentworth on How To Get Into Independent Research On AI Alignment. "I’m an independent researcher working on AI alignment and the theory of agency. I’m 29 years old, will make about $90k this year, and set my own research agenda."
submitted 7 months ago by Chipit from lesswrong.com
The latest genetic research reveals a common p factor, where people who have one mental disorder are more likely to be prone to others. Understanding mental illness as a fundamental division between the right and left is consistent with self-reported data.
submitted 7 months ago by Chipit from richardhanania.substack.com
Two interesting findings thus far from my analysis of Pew's March 2020 COVID-19 survey. First, white (and especially 'very') liberals are far more likely than all other ideological-racial subgroups to report being diagnosed with a mental health condition.
The Phrase "No Evidence" Is A Red Flag For Bad Science Communication. Every single one of these statements that had “no evidence” is currently considered true or at least pretty plausible.
submitted 7 months ago by Chipit from astralcodexten.substack.com
"I don't believe that children need social interaction and to see human faces to develop in a healthy and normal way until I see peer reviewed studies." This is doing science wrong.
Bugs across globe are evolving to eat plastic, study finds
submitted 7 months ago by Drewski from theguardian.com
Real Scientists Claim They May Have Discovered the Cause of Alzheimer's
submitted 8 months ago by Chipit from theepochtimes.com
The Dark side of Science: The Monster Stuttering Experiment 1939 (Short Documentary)
submitted 8 months ago by Chipit from youtu.be
Origin of new emergent Coronavirus and Candida fungal diseases—Terrestrial or cosmic?
submitted 8 months ago by [deleted] from ncbi.nlm.nih.gov