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Science & Tech
A recent study in the journal Psychological Medicine adds evidence to the argument that genes might affect sexual orientation.
When it comes to their trains, Japan only knows one speed: fast.
Almost every big name in tech is making the switch to renewable energy, but there is one name surprisingly absent from the list of companies going green.
When one person thought of an action, the person on the other end did it.
Scientists at the University of California, Berkley have developed a brain decoder that can read people’s minds.
Maybe there really are “natural born killers” among us.
Amelia Earhart might not have died in the Pacific Ocean.
Catholicism’s bouncer-turned-Pope seems to be making a sincere effort of abandoning the mysticism and aversion to science that’s kept Christianity at odds with today’s academics.