Peculiar ‘Island’ On Saturn Moon - New Imagery Snapped By Cassini
The strange feature that appeared on the shoreline of Titan’s Ligeia Mare sea was imaged by NASA’s Cassini probe in July 2013 and again in August 2014.
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Do I Only Use 10% of My Brain?
SciShow debunks the myth that you only use 10 percent of your brain. So, how much do you really use? And how do we know?
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If matter falls down, does antimatter fall up?
Like positive and negative, or debit and credit, matter and antimatter are equal and opposite. So if matter falls down, does antimatter fall up? Chloé Malbrunot investigates that question by placing two atoms — one made of matter, and the other antimatter — in the cockpit of a plane, ready to jump. What do you think will happen?
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By Mohan Karunanithi, CSIRO; Marlien Varnfield, CSIRO, and Simon McBride, CSIRO Patients recovering from heart attacks are almost 30% more likely to take part in rehab at home using a new smartphone app compared to those who had to travel to an outpatient clinic or centre. What’s more, those who used the online delivery model […]
Recently published in Asian Journal of Criminology (2014): "The Influence of Improper Information on Japanese Lay Judges’ Determination of Punishment" Eiichiro Watamura Toshihiro Wakebe Kaori Karasawa Lay judges’ decision-making process in the determination of appropriate punishment appears to be based...