An article titled “Cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs? The surgical and neoplastic role of cacao extract in breakfast cereals.” has been accepted by not one, not two, but 17 medical journals.
How did the New England Patriot’s footballs lose air pressure during the first half of the game? The coach of The Patriots offers a scientific explanation. But does it hold up?
The venues cancelled due to “bullying by vested interests who do not believe in informed consent, free speech and respect for other’s rights, and who appear to support censorship of thought and science.” – Stephanie Messenger, tour organizer
Timothy Caulfield has bravely dove head-first in to the dangerous waters of celebrity fads in his new book “Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything?: When Celebrity Culture and Science Clash”.
Refreshing news about witchdoctors, because in Tanzania, they are being rounded up and arrested.
32 percent of Americans who identified themselves as agnostics and atheists believe in an afterlife of some kind. In addition, 6 percent of the same non-believers expressed a belief in a “bodily resurrection”.