China is leading the nuclear fusion race, and will build the world’s first artificial sun if experiments next year prove successful.
Psychdelic drugs are gaining the attention of medical researchers, for all the right reasons. “Hi everybody!” says Dr Nick to a bicycle.
Ecstasy and loud music are a bad mix. Boom boom. Rave music alone is enough to damage anyone’s brain.
A new study suggests we make our music purchases based partly on our perceived preferences of others. I think I’m the only person in the world who has Nine Inch Nails and Enya in the same record collection.
Gene patterns in white blood cells can quickly diagnose disease and the affects of bioterrorism.
Humans risk being overrun by diseases from the animal world, according to researchers who have documented 38 illnesses that have made that jump over the past 25 years.
Scientists rebuilding the genomes of the mammoth discover it’s closest living relative is the Asian elephant, and the African elephant is their grandparent’s father’s brother’s nephew’s uncle’s former room-mate. So what does that make us? Absolutely nothing.
A Picasso painting of his mistress Dora Maar could fetch more than US$50million at auction in may. Here’s a great feature article about Picasso and Dora Maar. Hopefully this wasn’t Picasso’s attempt at Realism, for Dora’s sake.
Local artists see the Chupacabra as a metaphor for Mexican-Americans. What does that make Bigfoot?
Phenomena magazine discusses the life, and brutal murder, of D. Scott Rogo; writer, science researcher, and paranormal seeker.
Is science taking Near Death Experiences more seriously? Probably because the debunkers are starting to collect their pensions.