Scientists say sitting less can lead to longer life
By: A.W. Berry
New research has allowed scientists to further confirm the belief sitting less increases longevity. Numerous studies on the deleterious effects of sitting have arrived at related hypotheses in the past. However, since so many variables influence individual medical health, proving not sitting is beneficial to...
The connection between astrology and astronomy
By: Christyl Rivers
Taurus: Look for a new opportunity, signs indicate intimacy mid week, be open minded during a short trip, number nine will pay big. Sounds great! But astrology is not a science; it is a system of very wishful thinking. In their origins, however, there is...
What happens to a plane after it is decommissioned
By: Jennifer Foster
In a society where constant travel and fast communication make the world a smaller place, airplanes have become a crucial component to our lives. From small private planes to jumbo commercial jets, the private and public sector alike rely on aircraft daily. Like all other...
Researchers say pupil dilation can tell sexual orientation
By: Sun Meilan
It has long been suggested that it is possible to tell whether someone is sexually attracted to another by the dilation of the pupils. Researchers have taken this a step further and have completed a study, published in PLoS One in August 2012, which claims...
Teaching homeschool Science to multiple ages
By: Sara Mcgrath
There's something in each science project for kids of all ages. That's why science is one of the easiest subjects for multiple-age homeschooling families. The three steps of the scientific method employed in each science project are easy to adapt for kids of varying ages...
Toothbrush used to fix space station
By: Leigh Goessl
Recently, there was a problem on the International Space Station, and there were some unusual challenges for the astronauts and engineers in attempting to make a fix. NASA astronaut Sunita Williams and Japanese spaceflier Akihido Hoshide, along with NASA engineers assisting on the ground, had...
Basics of paranormal investigation
By: Shadow Hunter
Paranormal investigating is not like you see in the movies or on t.v.. Far from it. Instead of finding great evidence immediately or over a two hour period, one can spend eight or ten hours alone or with a group , and find nothing of...
By: Lane Olinghouse
In the world of warfare, as documented on film or as experienced at first hand, explosions create vivid instances of destruction of mammoth proportions or of the crash of gunfire. Bombs explode and destroy and gunpowder explosions result in the propulsion of bullets from the...
Researchers discover humans have precognitive powers
By: Terrence Aym
Psychic abilities—especially those that seem to predict future events—have been long debated by scientists and scholars. Now new evidence has emerged that appears to support the belief that at least one such power, precognition, really exists. This has led some in the scientific...
By: Lane Olinghouse
It seems just about everyone of any importance (and of no importance) has had something to say about the universe. The comments range from the inspiring to the thoughtful to the puzzling to the amusing. The amusing The four building blocks of the universe are...

 

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