What the Scientists Are Thinking About

Welcome Dear Readers to today’s installment of “What the Scientists are Thinking About.” The stories here are actual scientific studies.  And while the  names and institutions  are real,  I have taken the liberty of punching up the reports to make them a little more interesting. Was the Image of Christ on the Turin Shroud Caused … Continue reading What the Scientists Are Thinking About

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What the Scientists Are Thinking About

Scientists study whether some nightmares are scarier than others After exhaustively studying whether some nightmares are scarier than others, scientists at the University of Montreal had to go lie down but made darn sure to keep the lights on. Many of the scientists nearly got carpal tunnel syndrome collecting 10,000 dream reports from the nightmare-study … Continue reading What the Scientists Are Thinking About

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What the Scientists are Thinking About

Research Shows that Dolphins Are Ten Times Stronger than Human Athletes Researchers at the Liquid Life Laboratory at West Chester University headed by a researcher actually named, Frank Fish, set out to determine whether a dolphin is ten times stronger than a human athlete. Some of  Frank Fish’s colleagues –Paul Porpoise and Mary Marine-Mammal — … Continue reading What the Scientists are Thinking About

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What the Scientists Are Thinking About

That’s easy for them to say After studying a fossilized hyoid bone belonging to a Neanderthal, scientists have determined that Neanderthals could talk just as good well good as humans can. “Many would argue that our capacity of speech and language is among the most fundamental characteristics that make us human,” said researcher Stephen Wroe who, … Continue reading What the Scientists Are Thinking About

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What the Scientists are Thinking About

That’s easy for you to say, sure, but you’re not an MIT Researcher. Researchers at MIT have come up with the world’s most difficult tongue twister in an attempt to shed light on the brain’s speech planning process while at the same time shedding light on the MIT researchers brains’ ability to think up ways … Continue reading What the Scientists are Thinking About

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What the Scientists Are Thinking About

Update on The Scientific Thylacine Expedition Dr. Chris Clarke and Richard Freeman, a determined as all get out scientific researching duo from the Fortean Society, are, at this very moment, still wandering around the Australian outback looking and looking and looking for thylacines.  Blazing a trail through camels, brumbies, dogs and  dingoes — not to mention … Continue reading What the Scientists Are Thinking About

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What the Scientists are Thinking About

Hello Dear Readers! Well it’s Monday morning again and time to check in to see what our scientists have been thinking about! Neanderthals Large Eyes Caused Their Demise After much finger tapping during an impressive stint of scholarly thinking, British researchers have come to the conclusion that Neanderthal became extinct because their eyes were too … Continue reading What the Scientists are Thinking About

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Scientists Who Think Too Much

Hello Dear Readers!  Today, let us peer into the levers and pulleys that comprise the thinking apparatuses of our beloved scientists and researchers!  Come join me, won’t you? Seti Focuses Efforts on Listening to Known Exo-Planets Seti, a group of researchers who live more by the story Horton Hears a Who than any other branch … Continue reading Scientists Who Think Too Much

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Rain on the Brain

Rainy Reminiscences: Things look pretty when it rains.  The grass is a true-blue green.  The flowers are gorgeous; the trees sublime.  Let’s face it, everything looks better through waterlogged eyes the way Cybil Sheppard looks better through gauze. Once about a trillion years ago, give or take a week, it rained oceans.  Really.  I remember … Continue reading Rain on the Brain

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