HUBweek came to Boston, and we were there to take it all in. More
Stephen Hawking might be every Directioner’s favorite physicist.
Over the weekend, the scientist made an appearance at the Sydney Opera House in holographic form, speaking about his life, ALS diagnosis, and how science can help the healing process of former band member Zayn Malik leaving.
While Cards Against Humanity is most famous for creating some of the most awkward moments at your most recent family get-together, they’re dipping their toes into social justice and outreach via a recently released new deck entitled the “Cards Against Humanity Science Ambassador Scholarship.” More
Forget Gatorade, with its added sugar and unfortunate glow-in-the-dark sweat side effects. Forget water, with its lack of added nutrients and bland taste. Neither sugary sports drinks nor water hold a candle to a nice glass of milk for post-workout hydration, according to a new study. More
The day of reckoning is here. Thanks to adverse weather conditions, diseased cocoa plants, and outsize demand, the world’s biggest producers of chocolate say their supply is running dangerously low. More
Curt Schilling isn’t the only former Red Sox player sharing his enlightened views on scientific topics on Twitter: Jose Canseco just tweeted the most brilliant analysis of the spacecraft landing on a comet yesterday that we’ve read. More
Are you of the opinion that it’s always better with cheddar? Do you go gaga for gouda? Then you have you have the perseverance of ancient European settlers to thank, because according to a new study, despite being lactose intolerant for thousands of years, these hardy souls refused to cut the cheese.
See that headline right there? That’s an example of trolling, defined by the geniuses over at YouGov as “someone who is deliberately provocative, upsetting others by starting arguments or posting inflammatory messages…” as if they know what the hell they’re talking about.
Imagine there’s two Lennons. It’s easy if you try.
Well, that is according NME, who today reported that Dr. Michael Zuk, a psychotic and technologically mislead dentist from Alberta, Canada, plans to clone the late Beatles singer from tooth DNA and raise him as a son. More