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  • Wooly rhino
    Wooly rhino baby discovered in Siberia's permafrost
    Bet you never thought a rhino could be fuzzy, but did you ever consider it could be wooly? Researchers have already confirmed the existence of wooly rhinos, but according to Fox on March 3, the first ever wooly rhino baby has finally been located...
  • Too much sleep can put you at risk of stroke
    Sleeping for more than recommended 8 hours could lead to stroke, study says
    Don’t punch that snooze button too often because, to be blunt, it can give you a stroke.A new study by the University of Cambridge suggests that people who sleep more than the recommended eight hours a night could be at risk of suffering a...
  • Bernie Dehler promotes atheism
    Do Christians hold back science?
    There was a Christian/atheist debate at Oregon State University on Tue. 2-24-15 sponsored by the Socratic Club Christian student group. The video is now online here: http://youtu.be/CT-nAlE3Q-A . The topic was "Is Christian Belief Conducive...
  • Oobleck recipes, Dr. Seuss science crafts for Read Across America
    Oobleck recipes, Dr. Seuss science crafts for Read Across America
    Dr. Seuss celebrates his birthday on March 2. We celebrate Seuss in March with National Reading Month and Read Across America. For good Seuss fun, why not read "Bartholomew and the Oobleck" and make oobleck What's Oobleck? It's...
  • What color is this dress? Solved by science
    What color is this dress? Solved by science (video)
    There's very little chance you haven't heard the question that trended last week and continues, “What color is this dress?” Well, now YouTube channel ASAP Science, is solving the mystery behind the mass confusion. If you notice...
  • Free Zombie Hugs; Why Not?
    Science tells us the best place to hide in case of the great zombie apocalypse
    Are you preparing for the great zombie apocalypse? It might be a good plan to have an escape route in mind along with that bug-out bag you’ve been preparing just in case. But where might be the best place to go? Judging from the movies and...
  • New thoughts about climate change
    Some new thinking about climate change
    WEATHERTORIAL: A few weeks ago, returning from an AAAS (American Association For The Advancement of Science) Conference in San Jose, CA, I had the pleasure of meeting another conference attendee at a San Jose airport restaurant. The gentleman, a...
  • The scientific case against evolution : It is a philosophy not a science
    The scientific case against evolution : It is a philosophy not a science
    In no way does the idea of molecule to man evolution meet the long-accepted criteria of a scientific theory. There are no such evolutionary transitions that have ever been observed in the fossil record of the past; and the universal law of entropy...
  • Dorkins
    The "Software" of Life Argument for an Intelligent Designer, part seven
    Another excerpt from my new book What Your Atheist Professor Doesn't Know (But Should):Three major “authorities” to which people generally conform are peers, the media, and academia. But just as with computers, if you have errors...
  • Science behind the great dress debate
    Science behind the great dress debate
    Yesterday, Feb. 27, a picture of a dress from a Tumblr post went viral as the internet began to lose their heads in a debate over the subject's color.The two most supported color schemes of the bodycon dress were blue with black lace fringe or...
  • Black Hole in Spacke
    Immense black hole identified
    Mysterious and massive is a way to describe this black hole in space that has been identified and is at least 12 billion times more massive than our sun. This immense black monster is actually still a “young” black hole according to...
  • Stress and Poverty
    This is your brain on adversity
    Growing up in a poor neighborhood can create an onslaught of challenges for the kids forced to grow up in them: A greater chance of witnessing or experiencing violence, limited access to fresh and healthy food, a lack of stable and adequate...
  • Pluto and two moons
    Getting closer! New Horizons sees two of Pluto’s smaller moons for first time
    The New Horizons spacecraft, on course for a historic encounter with Pluto this summer, is now close enough to see two of its smaller moons for the first time. The new views also come 85 years after the discovery of Pluto by astronomer Clyde...
  • Maryland Science Center, Baltimore, Maryland
    Maryland Science Center: Science Experiements, Stargazing, Drones
    Looking for activities for the kids? The Maryland Science Center has a full schedule of events, science experiments, story times, and activities.Coming up at the Maryland Science Center:Animal AnticsFebruary 24, 2015, at 10 a.m.Join the Kids Room...
  • The last week of February, 2015...and the paranormal has taken a back seat
    The last week of February, 2015...and the paranormal has taken a back seat
    Here it is…the second month of 2015 and life goes on. There’s been no endless waiting on the phone to schedule an investigation at Waverly Hills Sanitarium in Louisville, Kentucky; or for that matter, taking a place in line for any...