Vincent Ibrahim Prado Claudio

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Why it’s exciting that scientists discovered a new state of matter

It might sound boring to most people, but the fact that scientists have finally been able to prove there’s a new state of matter is very exciting, as …

Quantum Physics

How To Clone A Mammoth

As an expert in the field of “ancient DNA,” molecular paleontologist Beth Shapiro finds herself answering one question more than any other: “Can we …

What the Heck Is This Shark?

Nature is weird as hell.<p>One of the marvelous things about the ocean is how alien it often feels to us terrestrials, especially when we come across one of the many unusual-looking species that call it home. There's no better biome than the deep blue sea to remind us just how diverse our planet's …

Newly-developed nanomachines can autonomously repair broken circuits,

We’ve always assumed that robots derive their marching orders from us humans and our programming skills, but sometimes, we’re just unnecessary. Such …

Newly Discovered Star Has an Almost Pure Oxygen Atmosphere

But good luck breathing in the bone-crushing gravity.<p>A newly discovered star is unlike any ever found. With an outermost layer of 99.9 percent pure oxygen, its atmosphere is the most oxygen-rich in the known universe. Heck, it makes Earth's meager 21 percent look downright suffocating.<p>The strange …

New Mexico

People Who Constantly Point Out Grammar Mistakes Are Pretty Much Jerks, Scientists Find

But you probably already knew that.<p>Scientists have found that people who constantly get bothered by grammatical errors online have "less agreeable" …

Psychology

Surprising Benefits of Coconut Oil That Make You Healthy And Beautiful

Most of us love and are familiar with the delicious taste and smell of coconut when it is eaten raw or cooked. But did you know that coconut oil can …

Coconut

Today in Science: Researchers Prove That Unicorns Were Real

Chalk this one up as a <i>major</i> scientific breakthrough: A team of researchers just discovered that unicorns are, in fact, real.<p>...Or <i>were</i>, in fact, real, as a some recently unearthed fossils—dating back nearly 30,000 years ago—have proven. And, to be accurate, the creatures were "unicorns" only in the …

Great scientific minds beat each other's brains out in Science Kombat

Great names like Albert Einstein, Marie Curie and Stephen Hawking put their brains aside to use their braun and battle each other Street Fighter style.<p>Imagine what would happen if the greatest analytical minds in history came back to the land of the living.<p>Those with a more scientific leaning might …

Albert Einstein

New Alzheimer’s Treatment Fully Restores Memory Function

Of the mice that received the treatment, 75 percent got their memory function back.<p>Australian researchers have come up with a non-invasive ultrasound …

Conflicts Between Science And Spirituality Are Rooted In Your Brain

"They are different kinds of insight, so there is really no reason for so much conflict to arise."<p>The standoff between science and religion -- between fact-based and faith-based ways of thinking and explaining the world -- is nearly as old as human thought itself.<p>In fact, the conflict may be rooted …

The Brain

Why Math Rocks

Everyone who has kids, or who remembers his/her childhood, will also remember the struggle to understand why math matters.<p>"Who cares about multiplication tables and fractions, triangles and algebra? Why do I need to know these things?"<p>The challenge with math is that if you don't look with the right …

Mathematics

Humans Evolved to Believe In God, This Theory Argues

More than eight in ten people worldwide believe in some form of religion.<p>More than eight in ten people worldwide have some sort of religious belief, according to a Pew Research Center study. Approximately one third of those people are Christian.<p>Even though the percentage of people who identify as …