Luskin: You’d never know it from Mr. Besson’s treatment of the subject, but it’s a complete myth that humans only use 10 percent of our brains.
Turn it into an art installation, with free organic arugula cookies. At the hot new cafe Galleria O! O! Radicchio!
Ellis: Similar claims have been made since antiquity by many cultures. What is new is the assertion that the multiverse is a scientific theory
Sheldon: You can’t do a random search if you have to have a map before you take your first step.
Who knows, some small towns may seem like a 1-D hologram to their inhabitants.
Some out there are beginning to get wise to all the nonsense marketed as science? Where will this end?
So another lecture hall neuroscience myth bites the dust.
Unclear why the BBC refers to the scorings on the dolomite, below, as “artwork.” They look more like a sign of some kind.
Though illustrations of the cell often depict it as a bag full of various organelles and folded membranes, this fundamental unit of life is actually organized upon a highly-structured three-dimensional truss structure known as the cytoskeleton. Until the early 1990s the cytoskeleton had been observed only in the more complex eukaryotic cells. But a series […]
These people make it very clear that they will clutch at any straw to make humans out to be just animals. Is this dangerous?
Insightful, isn’t it? Just what you needed to know about why you catch yourself smiling when you feel at peace with the world …
Is this a theory that deserves to rule? Yes, enforced by courts on public school systems, which is good enough for the taxing authority.