“A man may feel that he has to woo a woman with his masculinity. When he first meets a woman, he feels under some pressure to perform with confidence and assertiveness. He ‘knows’ that this is what women are supposed to be attracted to … At the same time, men are eager to have a […]
Global If you’ve taken a public health class, you’ve probably heard the story of John Snow, who determined that a cholera outbreak was linked to water from the nearby Broad Street Pump. Science blog The Mermaid’s Tale explores this story … Continue reading →
Seal’s ‘Magentic Sense’ Leads Them To Breathing Holes?
A National Science Foundation funded research team has strapped cameras and sensors to Wendell Seals in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica to track their behavior and test predictions of geo-magnetic navigation abilities.
By: Live Science Videos.
In this episode of Thought Cafe Today, Jon discusses the many meetings between world leaders that have taken place over the last two decades to address climate change. The failure to create concrete policy changes have always meant a steady presence of protesters outside the conference spaces, most recently culminating in the People’s Climate March in September 2014, the largest climate change rally to date.
By: Thought Café.