• Pteranodons: Would They Actually Eat People? Science May Finally Have The Answer

    As long as humans have been able to scribble writings onto tablets made of either stone, paper, or silicone screens, they’ve passed down the same age-old question from generation to generation: “Would pteranodons prey upon and actually eat people if we co-existed?” The inquiry rose to further relevance following the release of Jurassic World in […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 1 Month ago
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  • Scientists Put 3D Glasses On Cuttlefish, Hilarity Ensues

    Cuttlefish are amazing creatures. They not only have the ability to change the color of their skin on a dime to blend into their surroundings, but now scientists have confirmed they can also wear traditional blue/red filtered 3D glasses. In fact, research shows that cuttlefish vision works surprisingly similarly to humans’. For example, cuttlefish depth […]
    • by Jenny Lobdell
    • 6 Months ago
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  • Is Rh-Negative Blood Really Proof Of Alien DNA?

    As humans have been learning more and more about blood types, they’ve used their newfound knowledge to determine everything from potential health risks and benefits, and even personality, solely based on one’s blood type. One blood type in particular has caused quite a stir, especially on internet forums and social media posts. It’s Rh D-negative […]
    • by Nick Keitel
    • 6 Months ago
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  • University Retracts Press Release Claiming Alien Insect Life Forms Live On Mars

    While many people are excited about NASA’s recent revelation that water may be just inches below Mars’ surface, others have been left scratching their heads at a recently deleted press releases from Ohio University that claimed the Red Planet is teeming with both “fossilized and living creatures”. Ohio University emeritus professor William Romoser, who is […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 7 Months ago
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  • Researchers Find Water On Mars Just Inches Beneath Its Surface

    Our understanding of Mars has shifted considerably over the years. We’ve seem to come full circle with the Red Planet as it was once believed to be a veritable oasis of life, until a closer look at its surface led us to believe it was an arid wasteland, and now upon further examination researchers at […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 7 Months ago
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  • The Science Behind Baby Yoda’s Success

    Baby Yoda has taken the world by storm. In the short time since The Mandalorian‘s first episode aired on Disney Plus, every human on earth has been exposed to the disarmingly cute alien infant. Even people living in regions where Disney Plus isn’t yet available already know about Baby Yoda, mostly via social media. Baby […]
    • by Jenny Lobdell
    • 7 Months ago
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  • Simulation Theory and Intelligent Design: Are Creationists Owed an Apology?

    Controversy swirled around the state of Kansas back in 2005 when its State Board of Education decided to allow Intelligent Design to be taught as a possible theory for the origin of life in the universe along with evolution. The theory posited that the current understanding of how life is formed suggests that it is […]
    • by Nancy Chen
    • 10 Months ago
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