Monday, May 22, 2017
Science and high speed cameras prove that heavy metal singers do intuitively what babies know instinctively -- how to protect their voices while making very loud sounds.
Jason Socrates Bardi, Editor
Our brains are constantly trying to work out what things have meaning, and what things don’t.
Alistair Jennings, Contributor
Software helps a conservation group see where shade trees will best cool a river. Then the hard work starts.
Brian Owens, Contributor
A one-legged stance doesn't need much effort.
Marcus Woo, Contributor
Singing is not just emotion -- it is motion as well. But how far do the vocal cords crawl in a single operatic performance?
The implications for human reproduction beyond Earth are unclear.
Joel Shurkin, Contributor
To human brains, the sight and smell of sickness are a bigger deal than the sum of their parts.
Nala Rogers, Staff Writer
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