How Colors Affect Your Mood
It’s long been rumored that colors can change your mood, but is there any truth to this?
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How to beat a Land Speed Record - A Week in Science
We look at the incredible engineering of two attempts to break that Land Speed Record.
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Wow, this post is three years old!!! Enjoy… ~~~~ There are not many scientists who dislike science fiction (SF); it kind of comes with the territory; a love for science generally means a love for SF. A true scientist has a healthy degree of curiosity about nature; you see, a practicing scientist extends the frontiers …
In most animals, males are the ones who dispute the group supremacy and fight for a high hierarchical position that grants them more resources and access to females. Because the genes of the most powerful and aggressive males pass on from one generation to another, the new generations of males are, at their turn, aggressive […]
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