Sure vomiting can be gross, but it’s also an essential survival reflex that’s saved countless lives. Humans are very fortunate to able to vomit, unlike other species like rats.
Natural history and in general, all natural sciences, are falling out of favor in school curriculums
Materiable is a novel shape changing interface designed to not only offer shapes that let you physically manipulate data, but also recreate the material properties of any substance.
Swirling patterns in the ice of Mars’ North Pole suggest the planet is emerging out of a long ice age that began some 370,000 years ago. The findings are extremely important for climate change, improving our understanding of both Mars’ and Earth’s climate.
A strain of E. coli resistant to last-resort antibiotics has been identified on United States soil for the first time. Health officials say this could be the end of the road for antibiotics, leaving us virtually helpless in fighting future infections.
Look no further than Archimedes for the embodiment of a man ahead of his time. Even among his peers, who practiced philosophy, arts and established democracy more than two thousand years ago, Archimedes of Syracuse outshined them all.
Some might be surprised to learn that the country’s entire nuclear arsenal is still programmed on floppy disks, and army personnel is still reliant on the antiqued IBM Series/1 computer to implement the launch codes.