May 29, 2020

Do you want “Planet of the Apes”? Because this is how you get “Planet of the Apes”

"Monkeys 'escape with COVID-19 samples' after attacking lab assistant"

May 21, 2020

Here’s a good Covid-19 story

It seems that people who recover from Covid might no longer be contagious.

ICYMI: Baby Powder edition

J&J will no longer sell their talc-based Baby Powder in North America.

Listen closely

Done right, sound waves can be used to change your mind.

Fantastic voyagers

Why not make microscopic robots that can travel through a patient's blood stream to deliver a medical payload right to the tumor?

Changing dating — apparently this is a thing

It's time of another adjustment to radio-carbon dating. Apparently this is done every few years as more data come in.

Fridge logic

The question of the day (for science): "Should tomatoes go in the fridge?"

I double-dog dare them to name it “Algernon”

Scientists continue to up the chimera ante, this time with the most human mouse yet.

I’m too sexy for my mask, to sexy for my mask

Some men are so insecure, they won't wear a mask in public. Pro tip: It doesn't make you less of a man.

May 20, 2020

The patient won’t see you now

Covid-19 means people are skipping a lot of elective procedures ... and some not-so-elective.

The solar minimum is coming!

The solar minimum is coming! Recommended reaction: "Meh."

When it comes to snakes, cats are better off

In this case, curiosity can kill the dog.

If we realign the tachyon-pulse emitter to invert in synchrony with the niad waves, we just might pull through

I have no clue what this story is about, but it sure sounds cool.

Pants on fire

People are more likely to lie to a woman at work than to a man, especially when it comes to performance reviews ... at least in person.

Can’t you hear, can’t you hear the thunder?

60,000 years ago, Australia was even more of a nightmare than it is today.

Your brain has a pain “OFF” switch

It seems there's one spot in your brain responsible for all the pain you feel.

The virus my friend, is blowin’ in the wind

The SARS-CoV-2 virus can apparently travel farther than six feet, especially in the wind.

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