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European Jupiter ICy Moons Explorer: Our Next Adventure to Jupiter and Its Habitable Supermoons

Imagine extraterrestrial micro monsters swimming, growing, and reproducing in an immense ocean of liquid water, trapped under an ice crust. This may sound like...

Climate Change Could Accelerate Outbreaks of Many Pathogenic Diseases

 A new study led by the University of Hawaii found that 58% of known infectious diseases worldwide could be aggravated by climatic hazards. The...

What Did Viking Music Sound Like?

Did the Vikings have music? The Germanic Scandinavians of the Viking Age (c. 793-1066), often called “Vikings” for the part of their population that went...

Why Women Make Noise During Sex

  Male ejaculation is influenced by female sex noises If you are convinced you always make the ladies scream out of pleasure in bed, you may...

The Science Behind Falling in Love

Cupid's Arrow strikes suddenly and unexpectedly. Starry eyes, butterflies fluttering in the stomach, sleeplessness, and overwhelming joy. We fall in love. And the real...

The Other Side of the Universe

Grab a book. Notice its length, width and thickness. They correspond, respectively, to the three dimensions of space and, we reasonably assume, to all...

Everyday Life in a Sex Tourism Town

What is it like to live in an international sex tourism town?

Sunflowers, Cleaners of Nuclear Disasters  

Since the development of nuclear power, we face the delicate balance between its smart usage and the threat it poses not only to humanity,...

Protecting Carnivores From Extinction

In 2004, Cardillo and his team found that a considerable portion of the carnivore population is at a larger risk of extinction than formerly...

Civil Disobedience in Democracies: Why Citizens May Break the Law

Is it morally justified to break democratically enacted laws to promote justice? A philosophical discussion of civil disobedience

Heat Wave Occurrences May Increase, Despite Meeting Climate Targets

Present-day climate change consists of global warming and its influences on different weather patterns. The emanation of greenhouse gases —mostly methane and carbon dioxide—...

Robots, the next generation of soccer players

If you think a robot will steal your job, you are not alone. Soccer players should be worried too. The next Messi probably won't...

Quantum Officers: A Solution to an 18th Century Impossible Puzzle 

The puzzle In the 18th century, Leonhard Euler, one of the most prolific and prominent mathematicians that ever lived, proposed the following math puzzle: "Six different...

Artificial Intelligence to the Rescue: Smart Robots are Coming to your Garden

If you love gardening, you know how demanding the work can be. To craft a garden takes time, sweat, and skills. As the body...

Promising Therapy for Treating Fatal Genetic Disorder 

A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America mentioned that some investigators have...