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London's Science Museum boards up 'non-inclusive' display in human origins exhibit
submitted 2 days 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 7 days 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 7 days ago by Chipit from quillette.com
How the cure for scurvy was lost due to medical dogma
submitted 12 days 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 14 days ago by Chipit from quillette.com
China's $1 trillion 'artificial sun' fusion reactor just got five times hotter than the sun
submitted 18 days ago by AmericanMuskrat from livescience.com
At what point does incompetence become fraud?
submitted 23 days 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."
submitted 24 days ago by Chipit from quillette.com
Robert Maxwell helped set up the academic publishing pyramid scheme
submitted 25 days 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 24 days 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 24 days 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 29 days 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.
submitted 29 days ago by Chipit from twitter.com
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 29 days 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 1 month ago by Drewski from theguardian.com
Real Scientists Claim They May Have Discovered the Cause of Alzheimer's
submitted 1 month ago by Chipit from theepochtimes.com
The Dark side of Science: The Monster Stuttering Experiment 1939 (Short Documentary)
submitted 1 month ago by Chipit from youtu.be
Origin of new emergent Coronavirus and Candida fungal diseases—Terrestrial or cosmic?
submitted 1 month ago by Popper from ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Weird & Güd - In Defense of Attacking Science. "I’m a fan of science. Part of my time in university was spent studying experiment design and interpreting research results. Knowing how something works often makes you equally aware of how it doesn’t."
submitted 1 month ago by Chipit from spiritualsoap.substack.com
New Zealand’s Woke Native Science: mătărângă science. There was a reason that Captain Cook didn't find any societies more advanced than his own. That reason was science. The Maori were literal cannibals before being civilized by the British.
Gene edited sex selection may spare animal suffering
submitted 1 month ago by AmericanMuskrat from bbc.com
submitted 1 month ago by Canbot from hackaday.com
Fauci is Science Made Flesh...Or So He Claims
If you have a criminal older sibling, but that sibling is so much older than you that you barely/never interact, you have 25% chance of being a criminal yourself. But if you have a criminal older sibling close to the same age as you who can influence you a lot, you have a 33% chance.
submitted 1 month ago by Chipit from cambridge.org
The horror of the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment. This was a study conducted between 1932 and 1972 in Alabama USA by the United States Public Health Service and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Remind people of this when they tell you to blindly trust the science.
submitted 2 months ago by Chipit from youtu.be
Ivermectin: Much More Than You Wanted To Know. Dozens of teams published studies saying ivermectin definitely worked. Then most scientists concluded it didn’t. But did you really develop a low-level understanding of what was going on? What a great opportunity to exercise our study-analyzing muscles!
submitted 2 months ago by Chipit from astralcodexten.substack.com
An Astronomer Cancels His Own Research—Because the Results Weren’t Popular. Astronomy seems to be in trouble, as it is increasingly populated by researchers who seem more concerned with terrestrial politics than celestial objects, and who view the search for truths about nature as threatening.
submitted 2 months ago by Chipit from quillette.com
“Best methods,” are often highly flawed and rest on assumptions that are arbitrary, as Philippe Lemoine has shown in reviewing work related to COVID-19. His posts on this are long, but they need to be. But trust me, if you can follow along, it’s worth it.
submitted 2 months ago by Chipit from cspicenter.org
Tech roundup: Planets In Other Galaxies, Sterile Neutrinos and Tech Billionaires
submitted 2 months ago by sproketboy from youtube.com
Here's a Fairly Comprehensive List of Anti-Vaccination Celebrities (2016). They offered various justifications for their stance, including concerns about autism, opposition to “Big Pharma,” and a belief that vaccines are “unnatural” and that protection is safely achievable by following homeopathy.
submitted 2 months ago by Chipit from jezebel.com
The loudest [anti-vax] voices came from politically liberal, mostly white, and affluent enclaves—think famously hippie places like Marin County, California, or Boulder, Colorado—where parents worried about the side effects of what they perceive as toxins in vaccines.
submitted 2 months ago by Chipit from motherjones.com
Seldom discussed, let alone acknowledged, is that right-wing vaccine rejectionism has its roots in mainstream left-wing doctrines. Twenty-five years after Alan Sokal’s celebrated hoax, anti-scientific nonsense from the Left continues to inspire and inform anti-vaxxers’ absurd abuse of science.
Mask studies (long list of links)
submitted 2 months ago by JustLookDontDismiss from self.science
"If the virus is never isolated, then what happens after it is complete fraud."
submitted 2 months ago by christnmusicreleases from brighteon.com
Artificial Intelligence Has Found an Unknown 'Ghost' Ancestor in The Human Genome
submitted 2 months ago by AmericanMuskrat from sciencealert.com
Why do dogs tilt their heads? New study offers clues
submitted 2 months ago by Drewski from science.org
How To Fix The Academy
submitted 3 months ago by DanMcGlashan from vjmpublishing.nz
Vulcan | The Planet That Didn't Exist
submitted 3 months ago by Chipit from youtu.be
Human paleofeces suggests prehistoric salt miners drank beer and ate blue cheese
submitted 3 months ago by AmericanMuskrat from heritagedaily.com
Leprosy Found in Wild Chimpanzees for the First Time
submitted 3 months ago by AmericanMuskrat from scitechdaily.com
Cancer Drug Derived From Himalayan 'Caterpillar Fungus' Smashes Early Clinical Trial
submitted 3 months ago by AmericanMuskrat from sciencealert.com
Dropping a Hammer and a Feather on the Moon to See Which Will Hit the Ground First. Scott and the Apollo 15 team, the fourth mission to land on the Moon, were determined to test Galileo’s theory and did it before a live television audience from all over the world.
Epigenetics, the misunderstood science that could shed new light on ageing
submitted 3 months ago by jet199 from theguardian.com
How This Clever Naval Light Always Points the Way You Need to Go
submitted 3 months ago by Brewdabier from popularmechanics.com
Stanford Epidemiologist Dr. Bhattacharya says Covid Vaccination is a Matter of Personal Health
submitted 3 months ago by sproketboy from extremelyamerican.com
The Dark side of Science: The Lobotomy, the worst surgery in history? The surgery would win Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine of 1949 for the "discovery of the therapeutic value of lobotomy in certain psychoses". Remember everyone: trust the science.
How faster is an induction cooker really? | Magnetic heating and COOLING
submitted 3 months ago by Brewdabier from youtube.com
Dr. Tom Cowan and Dr. Andrew Kaufman on Virology and the Stefan Lanka Control Experiment (DEBUNKING VIRAL THEORY)
submitted 3 months ago by Noam_Chomsky from bitchute.com
When you are told to "trust the science" remember that the science told us that bread and pasta should be the #1 component of our diets. This was taught at schools for decades.
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from derwi.tk
Genetic and environmental contributions to IQ in adoptive and biological families with 30-year-old offspring - the Jewish Position (anti-hereditarianism) debunked
submitted 4 months ago by DanMcGlashan from sciencedirect.com
Genes Believe in You, by Freddie deBoer. This simple observation about the world - that genes matter for our behavior - is not only not treated as banal but as a marker of irredeemable bigotry by many in liberal society.
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from freddiedeboer.substack.com
After a pandemic pause, momentum in behavioral genetics is once again building, threatening to undermine confidence in the conventional woke wisdom. We are now seeing 10,000-subject longitudinal studies including both IQ scores and genomes.
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from takimag.com
Igniting Stars On Earth: Nuclear Fusion Ignition
submitted 4 months ago by sproketboy from youtube.com
Dyson Spheres are theoretical megastructures that surround entire stars ✨ to harness the solar energy being emitted. Popularized in 1960 by Freeman Dyson, he reasoned that an advanced technological society would utilize this to meet 📈energy demands. Can we use them to find advanced civilizations?👽
submitted 4 months ago by the-swerve-podcast from youtu.be
The Social Science Monoculture Doubles Down. Cognitive elites load the tests with things they know and that privilege their own views. Then when people just like themselves do well on the tests, they think it validates their own opinions and attitudes.
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from quillette.com
New Israeli Study Reveals the Fully Vaxxed are up to 27 Times More Likely to Suffer Symptomatic Breakthrough Infection Than Those With Naturally Acquired Immunity
submitted 4 months ago by raven9 from self.science
Most vaccine-hesitant group is those with PhDs, research shows. Most skeptical and least likely to change their minds, findings reveal.
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from thecollegefix.com
Growing up in the U.S.S.R., Anna Krylov experienced first-hand how communist Soviet ideology permeated all areas of the society in which she was raised. In particular, this political control affected many aspects of Russian science, the deleterious effects of which are well-known.
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from counterweightsupport.com
Are bee subspecies equal in their ability to learn? In this study, the authors hypothesized that Africanized bees might be spreading because they had greater cognitive capabilities than the European honeybees: brains rule OK!
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from westhunt.wordpress.com
How To Make a 6-month duration Pinhole Camera
submitted 4 months ago by trident765 from youtube.com
All the Biomass on Earth in One Massive Visualization
submitted 5 months ago by Drewski from visualcapitalist.com
The "God Helmet" is a device developed by Dr. Michael Persinger that causes strange sensations in up to 80% of individuals using magnetic fields 🧠🧲 Some report communication with God or dead relatives. Others, the sensing of demons👹, extraterrestrials👽, visions, or out-of-body-experiences☄️✨
submitted 5 months ago by the-swerve-podcast from youtu.be
The American Academy of Pediatrics scrubs site of all research showing children benefit from seeing whole faces
submitted 5 months ago by jet199 from twitter.com
Innovative New Material Inspired by Chain Mail Transforms from Flexible to Rigid on Command
submitted 5 months ago by [deleted] from scitechdaily.com
Science journals have been corrupted by China. Emails from early last year expose yet again how key science journals, supposed to promote unfettered debate among experts, instead pushed the idea that anyone questioning the notion of natural transmission from animals was a wild-eyed conspiracy nut.
submitted 5 months ago by Chipit from unherd.com
The world must cooperate to avoid a catastrophic space collision. Governments and companies urgently need to share data on the mounting volume of satellites and debris orbiting Earth.
submitted 5 months ago by RuckusChan from nature.com
1,500 scientists lift the lid on reproducibility
submitted 5 months ago by AmericanMuskrat from nature.com
1st Carnivorous Plant Identified In 20 Years Grows Near Vancouver
submitted 5 months ago by Drewski from npr.org
Cheap material converts heat to electricity
submitted 5 months ago by AmericanMuskrat from sciencemag.org
Coca-Cola 'paid scientists to downplay how sugary beverages fueled the obesity crisis between 2013-2015,' medical journal study finds | Daily Mail Online
submitted 5 months ago by carn0ld03 from dailymail.co.uk
Details Of The Infant Fish Oil Story. In my recent post on the FDA, I mentioned a story about a fish-oil-based infant nutritional fluid called Omegaven. The FDA took too long to approve it, and lots of infants died.
submitted 5 months ago by Chipit from astralcodexten.substack.com
The Fermi Paradox questions why we have not observed extraterrestrial life given the scale of the universe. Life emerged in our galaxy and there are ~TWO TRILLION galaxies in the observable universe. Adhering to the mediocrity principle, the probability of other intelligent life is therefore high.
Lab science whistleblower: The only real pandemic is a pandemic of quack science PCR testing fraud
submitted 6 months ago by christnmusicreleases from brighteon.com
Now that scientists can manipulate dream content, advertisers want in
submitted 6 months ago by [deleted] from erikhoel.substack.com
MIT Study: Vaccine Hesitancy Is 'Highly Informed, Scientifically Literate,' and 'Sophisticated'
submitted 6 months ago by Chipit from pjmedia.com
The Latest Research on Coffee and Your Risk for Heart Rhythm Problems – Good News
submitted 6 months ago by Crazytech from robologiclab.com
Ivermectin vs Vaccines: The Crazy Position of Bret Weinstein (w Yuri Deigin and Philipp Markolin)
submitted 6 months ago by sproketboy from youtube.com
The Origins of COVID-19 and Is Ivermectin A COVID wonder drug? (w Yuri Deigin and Dr P Markolin)
For The First Time Ultrathin Semiconductors Equipped With Superconducting Contacts
Unlocking the ‘gut microbiome’ – and its massive significance to our health
submitted 6 months ago by Pis-dur from theguardian.com
Cancer Cells Consume Themselves to Endure Life-Threatening Damage
The “God Gene” is a hypothesis proposed by geneticist Dean Hamer, that a specific gene, referred to as VMAT2, predisposes humans towards spiritual experiences (which may influence propensity for religion). Do certain genes facilitate perceptions of mystical/spiritual experience? What say you?
submitted 6 months ago by the-swerve-podcast from youtu.be
An integrated brain-machine interface platform with thousands of channels | bioRxiv (Elon Musk, Neuralink)
submitted 6 months ago by doginventer from biorxiv.org
Is the Pirate Queen of Scientific Publishing in Real Trouble This Time?
submitted 6 months ago by Drewski from archive.fo
Peculiar parasitic fungi discovered growing out of the rectum of a 50 million-year-old fossilized ant
submitted 6 months ago by AmericanMuskrat from livescience.com
Largest objects ever get cooled down to their ‘quantum limit’
submitted 7 months ago by killerjavi98 from livescience.com
SCARED FROM DARKNESS? SCIENTISTS FOUND OUT MECHANISM BEHIND IT
submitted 7 months ago by prashant from scienceatom.com
CRISPR Gene-Editing Breakthrough Opens Door To Treating Broad Array Of Diseases
submitted 7 months ago by Drewski from npr.org
The Dark Side of Science: The Little Albert Experiment (Short Documentary ). The aim of John Watson and Rosalyn Rayner was to condition a phobia in an emotionally stable child.For this study they chose a nine-month old white infant from a hospital referred to as "Albert" for the experiment.
submitted 7 months ago by Chipit from youtu.be
A Disaster is Coming
submitted 7 months ago by Horrux from youtube.com
Why Is the Society for American Archaeology Promoting Indigenous Creationism?
submitted 7 months ago by Chipit from quillette.com
Bacteria-Sized Metallic Robots Take On Microplastics – And Win by Breaking Them Down
submitted 7 months ago by Crazytech from robologiclab.com
Problematic IQ science from Scientific American Magazine?
submitted 7 months ago by RuckusChan from i.ibb.co
Useful Bacteria Can Lessen Chemotherapy Side Effects – Clean Up Toxins in the Body
Elon Musk Interviewed by Robert Zubrin, 2020 Mars Society Virtual Convention.
submitted 7 months ago by RuckusChan from hooktube.com
Bright eyes? People with larger pupils are ‘smarter’ than those with smaller ones, new study claims
submitted 7 months ago by carn0ld03 from rt.com
Antimatter: Experts Trap Elusive Matter by Blasting It With Lasers
Changing routine activities and the decline of youth crime: A repeated cross‐sectional analysis of self‐reported delinquency in Sweden, 1999–2017* - Svensson - - Criminology - Wiley Online Library
submitted 7 months ago by carn0ld03 from onlinelibrary.wiley.com
The Disaster Cycle | Solar Micronova
submitted 7 months ago by fred_red_beans from youtube.com