Nautilus: Another Path to Intelligence
Octopus brains are nothing like ours—yet we have much in common.
The Guardian: China overtakes the US in scientific research output
A host of other observational tests support the conclusion: dark matter is not there. The implications of this are nothing short of a revision of Einstein’s theory of gravitation. Why the scientific community is in denial about the falsification of the dark matter model is a question that requires both a sociological and philosophical explanation, argues Pavel Kroupa.
Per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a large family of human-made chemicals that don’t occur in nature. They are known as ‘forever chemicals’ because they don’t break down in the environment.
They have non-stick or stain repellent properties so can be found in household items like food packaging, electronics, cosmetics and cookware.
University of Cambridge: Potential for global heating to end humanity 'dangerously underexplored'
Springer: The Logical Writings of Karl Popper
A once-in-a-decade report from CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, identifies seven global megatrends that hold the key to the challenges and opportunities ahead.
Spektrum.de: Wie heiß ist zu heiß für den menschlichen Körper?
There's just one problem: The article is utter rubbish.