Recently, scientific findings discovered that dogs are capable of manipulation; so in order to prove it, we asked our own resident good boy, Bingley.
A pioneering group of researchers have discovered why our minds believe falsehoods, such as fake news, and have developed a method to stop it.
The stuffed shirts at Yale University have figured out why we’d pay $6.5 million for a dress. It’s worth it, if it’s got a bit of that Monroe contagion.
A new year, new you? According to the minds of science, you’ve already failed before you’ve begun. Welcome to the proven “false hope syndrome.” Welcome to 2017.
While we have no idea whether that old adage “too much TV rots the brain” is true, for those of us who Google too much (all of us) it seems we may be making ourselves less … “smrt.”
Stephen Hawking’s recent article in The Guardian called for an end to inequality to combat climate was carved in an elitist tone, and I fear you cannot discuss inequality from an elitist perspective.
There’s a movie I watch on repeat, in good times and bad. But why do I keep returning to it? Well, science knows, because of course it does.
Matthew Neff explains why it is important to preserve the past and save archaeological and paleontological sites from wanton destruction.
As her favorite radio host is now on holidays, Australian Ingeborg van Teeseling explains the unique and strangely real relationships we form with our chosen media figureheads.