Released in 1972 and made up of four half-hour episodes, Ways of Seeing proved as worthy of study as the artistic traditions ...
MIT neuroscientists show that human neurons have fewer ion channels than other mammals, diverting resources to more complex ...
Previously, only the brightest, most active galaxies could pierce the obscuring wall of cosmic dust. At last, normal galaxies ...
Far from acting as the conduits of a benevolent deity, these popes threw the teachings of their own church out of the window.
When people listen to sad music, only 25% say they actually feel sad. The remainder feel related emotions, most commonly ...
Tetrapodophis amplectus is not the missing link between lizards and the first snakes. Instead, it is more like the weakest ...
Finally ready, he set out to travel the short distance from the President’s House, at what used to be 3 Cherry Street, New ...
The replication crisis has debunked psychology’s fair-haired hypotheses, but things are only more interesting for the ...
Just 13.8 billion years after the hot Big Bang, we can see 46.1 billion light-years away in all directions. Doesn't that ...
This map of Hutterite colonies in North America says something about religion and evolution — and more precisely, speciation.
Every planet, and the stars, and many moons and more, are extremely round. We know this to be true. But why can't they be any ...
Early colonists believed that God exercised his wrath through plague. They brought this belief with them – as well as deadly ...