"Science" Blogs & Blog Posts

Blunt & DisorderlyBlunt & Disorderly

Reflections on religion, science politics and human rights from a liberal p...

 
PodBlack CatPodBlack Cat

Science, superstitions and skeptical life - a female's token skeptic b...

 
Sports Technology ReviewSports Technology Review

The best sports technology and equipment blog

 
davblogdavblog

In which someone you've never heard of writes about things you have no...

 
An Englishman's CastleAn Englishman's Castle

A rural gentleman's sceptical views o the world - since 2003

 
Ancient DiggerAncient Digger

Learning from the past while digging in the present. A journal and educatio...

 
Progressive UProgressive U

Students and professionals from all over the world come together to discuss...

 


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This is certainly one very fishy encounter. Two fishers stumbled across quite the surprise when they found a sunfish which had washed onto the beach at Coorong National Park in South Australia. SEE ALSO: 'Captain Marvel' is proof EVERY superhero shou...

Millennials grew up in a world of consistent perfection. The post Three In Five Millennials Feel Their Lives More Stressful Than Average, and They Might Be Right appeared first on RedState.

There must be an uncaused first cause. The post Award-Winning Physicist: Science Supports the Existence of God; Atheism Defies the Scientific Method appeared first on RedState.

In 1948, Air Force Secretary Stuart Symington stationed the United States' long-range nuclear bombers at Offutt Air Force Base in eastern Nebraska, a location safe in the middle of the nation and well-insulated from the coast. But 70 years later, the...

The extinct beast's remains were found in Northern Asia in 2010. It has since been named "Yuka" and is thought to be nearly 30,000 years old. The breakthrough occurred at Japan's Kindai University. Scientists say DNA from Yuka's muscle sprang back to...

In a way, I have the equivalent of a supercomputer in my pocket. But in another, more important way, that pocket computer is a joke compared with real supercomputers — and Intel and Cray are putting together one of the biggest ever with a half-bill...

Shrimp may be small, but some of them can pack quite a wallop. One of the pistol shrimp's claws, for instance, delivers such an explosive amount of force that it creates a shockwave of superhot plasma that can take out prey or create impromptu...