(David Nield) A new study offers a better understanding of the hidden network of underground electrical signals being transmitted from plant to plant – a network that has previously been shown to use the Mycorrhizal fungi in soil as a sort of electrical circuit.
(Michelle Starr) The Universe isn’t just a random scattering of galaxies sprinkled throughout an expanding void. The closer we look, the more we see that there are structures – some of which are incomprehensibly vast groupings and clusters of galaxies that are gravitationally bound together.
(Jacinta Bowler) As COVID-19 has hitchhiked around the globe, causing lockdowns, pneumonia and fear, scientists have been racing to determine where the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus has come from.
(Carley Cessalla) It’s been nearly nine years since the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, and the natural world has wasted no time in reclaiming its space.
(Carly Cassella) Antarctica’s ice sheet is the largest single mass of ice found anywhere on Earth, but what lies beneath is still largely a mystery.
(Justin Deschamps) The following article is produced by, what I would argue, is a government-sponsored pro-vax outlet. I’ve seen many pro-vax articles on this site, targeting those who want to fight anti-vaxxers. We’re sharing it here to alert you to the fact there is a propaganda campaign against vaccine truth. The purpose of sharing this is to make you aware of the disinformation propaganda tactics so that you can guard your mind against them.
(Michelle Starr) There’s a mystery lurking in the Pacific Ocean just off the coast of Big Sur, California. An underwater survey has found thousands of small, round divots scooped out of the soft sediment on the seafloor.
“Don’t know what bit me but my shoulder was on fire and swelling fast. Before picture ouch! After picture about 30 minutes later after applying Pure Body drops directly to sting, and taking Pure Body spray internally and externally.”—Lisa M.
(Science Daily) If you ever wondered what’s going on in your friends’ brains when they think about you, new research may provide a clue.
(Justin Deschamps) Sex is arguably one of the most ancient and important activities human beings engage in. And yet, there is almost no serious research done about it. In particular, we know very little about the orgasm and what all the various effects are on human consciousness, at least in the mainstream. The following study explores a new perspective on the female orgasm, which at one time was considered completely vestigial.
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(Michelle Starr) Your dog may be the apple of your eye, but let’s be honest: she is an animal, with her own instincts and idiosyncrasies, and there are going to be times when she makes you want to tear your hair out.
(Carly Cassella) What goes on in our minds is usually a private affair, but sometimes, our eyes can betray our thoughts. When someone is thinking of a bright image, their pupils will noticeably shrink, researchers have found, even if there’s nothing to look at and they weren’t anticipating light.
(Michelle Starr) The search for evidence of microbial life on Mars – whether fossil or extant – is ramping up, and it’s even being included in the mission statements of future Mars missions. According to one scientist, though, we may have already found life on Mars, and it’s not titchy microbes, but strapping great bugs.
(Justin Deschamps) Our minds are far more powerful than we’ve been lead to believe. We also have been lead to believe Artificial Intelligence is some kind of super-human-like mind that can learn anything instantly, and use that knowledge to do almost anything. The truth is, computers have major issues with the unknown, chaos.
(National Institute for Health and Welfare) Even mild long-term depressive symptoms among mothers are connected with emotional problems among small children such as hyperactivity, aggressiveness and anxiety.
(Matt Williams) It’s hard living in a relativistic Universe, where even the nearest stars are so far away and the speed of light is absolute. It is little wonder then why science fiction franchises routinely employ FTL (Faster-than-Light) as a plot device.