It’s not too often that I have much to say on the subject of sports, but we’ve got a few stories of note this week, as well as some new hurdles to LGBT equality. Throw in some medical/science-y bits, and we’ve got ourselves a newsy roundup. Let’s get to it:
It’s time for one last quick dose of science news before the holidays.
It’s mostly fun stuff in this edition of science news! We’ve got good news regarding a possible asteroid hitting Earth, takedowns of some really dumb science, and cool videos of Mars, the Moon, and a rebuttal to climate change deniers. Plus, a special Halloween treat if you read all the way to the end!
So much science news, so little time! The last three weeks have brought us a lot of cool stories about space, dinosaurs, and the rest of the scientific world. Plus, there’s a special treat at the end for my fellow Neil deGrasse Tyson and Carl Sagan lovers.
I returned home from a weeklong vacation to a rather distressing sight. [Picture after the cut, but it’s not gory or anything.]
This week, science will both enrage and delight you. We’ve got extinctions, global warming deniers, and conspiracy theorists, but also the world’s smallest movie and a beautifully terrifying trip inside an active volcano, plus a look at how pregnancy shapes evolution. Let’s go!
This week’s update on Africa is the bee’s knees with some encouraging and heartwarming news amidst updates on the political scene.
The news may be serious, but that won’t stop us from having a giggle about some things.
This is News That Doesn’t Suck, where your P-mag writers share stories that restore our faith in humanity. This week, queSarahSarah and Selena are bring you all the good news that’s fit to type.
My parents did what they could to get me to dislike honey, but no dice. Well, to be fair to them, they were just giving me a folk remedy for the common cold – a clove of garlic chopped directly into a spoonful of honey – and it is not their fault that that is an absolutely […]
Two weeks ago, we discussed several new species and a possible new human ancestor that have been recently discovered, and this week we’ve found trees thought to be extinct and what may be a new step (literally) in human evolution. Researchers may have also discovered the reason behind declining bee populations. And in space news, […]
Oh boy, that is a terrible, terrible pun, but once you know what exactly I am talking about, I hope that you will be able to forgive my punning audacity. Because, see, this whole article is about a recent study out in the journal Science that talks about bees and how they behave. And there’s […]
Up and at ’em, readers! Time to look Wednesday in the eye and kick its ass. Or at least get through it with your sanity and sense of humor intact. We’re full of bees and vinegar over here, and ready to wow you with our witty, witty words.