VIDEO It turns out that proper bedroom temperature & ultimately body temperature are vital to good sleep.
And while the National Sleep Foundation recommends the room be between 60 and 67 degrees, individual needs end up being,… -well; very individual. -And problemmatic.
So: The Science of Us jumps in to the rescue! Their answer? -Feet!…
VIDEO Like it or not, many factors like cheap storage are moving us toward Information Overload on a scale even Future Shock’s author could not have imagined.
Nowhere is that becoming more true than in Machine Learning and the Algorithmic-Pattern-Matcher-Meets-Server-Farm presently called, “Big Data”.
One of the first places outside Google and Facebook to have this problem? -Health Research.
The main issue with that much data is: How do you even begin to make sense of it?…
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-Ever wonder how much of something, harmless or not, that it would take to kill you?
Well from Mercury, to Polonium, Coffee, Alcohol, Water, Dehydration, Salt, Lack of Oxygen, Cherry Pits, Altitude, Height, Chocolate Bars, Marijuana, …
ASAPScience breaks out the numbers to answer your burning questions…
UK Food Scientists International Heroes like these guys have [re]disovered a curious natural protein that happens to have some seasonally-apt, and awesomely-paradoxical properties.
When the magical stuff is added to ice cream, the ice cream, in-fact, melts
slower. Not zero hot-weather drips, but dang close.
Also, this angel from upon-high to sweaty summer children has other benefits. It seems to make the ice cream smoother, similar to the more expensive varieties that have less air, finer crystals, & more butterfat…
Drug researchers have been trying for at least as long as regular Viagra for men to make a version of the same for women.
Sometimes, they’ve even gone as far as
testing regular Viagra on women for the same effects.
And of course, results were inconsistent.
Well, just a few days ago, the FDA approved the newest drug-salvo in that pleasure war, Addyi.
But unfortunately, if it’s a victory at all, it’s a Pyrrhic one…
Thus far in human history, wearing a man-skirt seemed only good for making a guy look like a trainspotting soccer hooligan to be avoided at all costs.
Well now SCIENCE! has come to the rescue and theorized an actual benefit to the traditional garb, besides winning your FREEEDOM! from the English.
The Kilt-loving Dr. Erwin Kompanje from Erasmus Medical Centre in the Netherlands has done a meta-analysis of the sparsely-available literature.
And his conclusions are that regimental-style kilt-wearing provides perhaps the perfect environment to boost male fertility…
VIDEO In this video, Nerdist.com’s “Because Science” explores a few of the things that make DareDevil extraordinary, and how some real-life adaptations show we’re already a little bit like him.
While he learned to “see” the world using sound, the name “Bat Man” was already taken, “Submarine Man” seemed too nautical, -and so DareDevil it was.
-And though he can also Smell & Feel more than a normal person, it turns out that his bat-like Echo-Location is something un-super people can do too.
Many people who are blind have actually learned to do it. And the surprising…
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