A recent study published in the BMJ found that more than half of the advice given on the Dr. Oz show was completely without evidence or was contradicted by scientific evidence.
The Dutch data protection agency (DPA) claims Google broke local laws regarding user data and have given a deadline at the end of February 2015 to alter practices or face up to 15 million euros (18.7m US) in penalties.
Researchers have shown definitively that not only can humans see infrared light but they determined how we can see it.
Does this come as a surprise to you? It should.
Read any textbook on this and they clearly state that human can only see visible light. Like much of science though, there’s interesting exceptions.
The entire electromagnetic spectrum of light is huge, spanning from gamma rays on one end to radio waves at the other with X-rays ultraviolet etc in between including of course that tiny slice of it called Visible Light, The light we can see. The “Visible Spectrum” is a subjective term of course. Visiting aliens looking at how we split up the spectrum would wonder why the hell we split it up that way. Perhaps a better name would be the Human Spectrum
Crop Circles (a.k.a. Crop Formations), when done correctly, are beautiful. Shapes and patterns made by the flattening of tall grasses, they are impressive in both their design and scale. They have the added bonus of being an excellent visual exercise in how to be skeptical about supernatural claims.