David Hume Lately I have been reading a lot of Hoax Slayer and using the associated information for responding to highly incorrect information that people have been re-posting on Facebook. It seems many people do not even bother with a quick two second Google search to check the veracity of most claims. This takes […]The post Hume, Kant and Asking for Evidence. appeared first on MostlyScience.
La nostra voce rivela molto di noi. A volte inganna, è vero, ma generalmente svela di che sesso siamo, quanti anni abbiamo (più o meno) e, a quanto pare, anche la nostra altezza. A dimostrarlo è uno studio dei ricercatori della Washington University, della University of California di Los Angeles dell’Indiana University presentato da John Morton - psicologo alla Washington University - al 166° meeting della Acoustical Society of America di San
Welcome to Weekly Science Picks! Here are some of the top science stories that caught my eye this past week. A smorgasbord of science stories, if you will. Topics include farming in the African desert, the publish or perish dilemma of [...]testThe post Weekly Science Picks appeared first on Australian Science.
Winter is here! Check out more winter weather themed citizen science projects at Scistarter. You know what the atmosphere is. But have you heard of the cryosphere? No, it’s not a giant frozen ice-cream sphere, if that’s what you’re thinking (that’s not what you were thinking? never mind then!). The cryosphere, as Wikipedia most sagely […]Find more posts like Winter + Citizen Scientists + Twitter = Snowtweets! by Arvind Suresh on the SciStarter Blog. Your
Last week I came across a magazine I hadn’t seen before in Paperplus. Called “New Dawn” it purports to be “the No. 1 magazine for people who think for themselves” and covers a range of topics such as the afterlife, psychic healing with pets, astrology and conspiracy theories. Amidst this hodge podge of muddled thinking [...]