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...

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...

How Einstein Could Still Save the Earth

Einstein’s seminal work, known today simply as “General Relativity (GR),” celebrates its 100th birthday this year; it’s only fitting that Science then vindicate his...

James Webb’s Depp Field, A Colorful Time Tunnel 

In the beginning—about 400,000 years after the Big Bang— darkness was upon the face of the deep. The light was trapped inside the neutral...

Traditional, complementary, and alternative medicine: definitions and pieces of evidence

When I think about medical practices outside the conventional healthcare system, it is impossible not to reflect on the seemingly modern concept of body...

Everyday Life in a Sex Tourism Town

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

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...

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...

What Is Imagination?

“Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.” Y"our imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming...

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,...

Cognitive Decline and Brain Iron Deposition Linked to Moderate Drinking

Cognitive decline and brain iron deposition linked to moderate drinking Neurodegeneration with brain iron deposition refers to a heterogenous group of neurodegenerative diseases, characterized by...

Searching for Life Underneath the Lost City

The majestic white spires of the Lost City protrude out of a mountain located 800 meters below the Atlantic Ocean. In December of 2000,...

Fin Whales Show Signs of Recovering Population After 40 Years

A recent survey in the Antarctic peninsula found that fin whales have returned to their ancestral feeding grounds. It also reported large groups feeding...