Here’s the thing: science is often used for good … until it isn’t. Consider the following an incomplete example of us using our brains for ill.
Learn from the authors of Corked: Tales of Advantage in Competitive Sports, Brian J. Love and Michael L. Burns, why so many home runs are being hit in the majors lately.
While we’ve long known of the “greenhouse effect,” we know very little of the woman who authored the term.
As it has been long established, humans are subject to six unifying emotions. However, with the birth of technology that mimics us for our benefit, this represents a problem.
As a species, we’re drifting away from religion. However, if we accept that there’s nothing greater out there, are we fine with being the sole occupants of the void? I think not.
We can’t stop it, humanoid robots are coming. However, with growing technology making them more lifelike, when do we start treating them like people?
History’s first photograph of a black hole proves both the march of our technology and Einstein’s famous theory of relativity.
A group of Belgian researchers endeavored to answer a simple question: Does bad food enable depression, or is it the other way around?
Well, it’s official. Science believes that we are split into two camps. The people who annoy us constantly, and everyone else.
It’s official. Your mom’s friend Karen is more credible than government-funded medical professionals.