Category: Science

Torture and Its Psychology: A Study Into the Mindset and Reasoning Behind Torture

Torture as a whole originates with that of the earliest civilizations we can name. It’s found among the Assyrians, the early Egyptians, Babylonians, Sumerians, and many other groups.1 As humanity spread […]

How About That Fourth Dimension?

Up-down, left-right, forward-backward. That’s how we live, and that’s all that covers our universe. But what if there is something more?

BREAKTHROUGH: Man Regains Voluntary Movement After Years of New Treatment

Andrew Meas broke his neck in a motorcycle accident when he was just 28 years old. Six years after, he has regained the ability to voluntarily move his legs.

No Need to Fear AI

We don’t need to follow Hollywood’s depictions of killer robots.

Global Warming and the Paris Accords: What you need to Know

The climate change debate is a dumpster fire, with neither side being anywhere near the truth. 

Does the Center of The Milky Way Contain the Answer to Finding the Fifth Fundamental Force of Nature

The Standard Model, the four fundamental forces, and the gaps left behind. Could a new hypothetical fifth force be the answer to filling in the gaps?