I want to share 10 scientifically proven benefits of meditation with you! Science is unraveling the benefits of mindfulness for mental health.
Why are rare earth metals important? What are rare earth metals? The uses for rare earth metals are as diverse as they are important! Let’s take a look.
Artificial intelligence and the future of humans is a book-length topic. How do machines learn? Is the power of machine learning all that powerful?
Why do we like to be scared? Some of us do, anyway! Let’s take a look at the science of fear, define ‘what is fear,’ and see why some of us like to be scared! Louie is firmly in the, ‘I don’t like being scared’ category! WHAT IS FEAR? This chart made me curious about
Since I am experiencing dry, itchy winter skin, I needed a top 10 winter skin care tips list. I decided to investigate. And share my winter skin care tips with you! This information is relevant if you have skin, no matter where you live. WINTER SKIN CARE TIPS If you live anywhere that experiences winter
THE SCIENCE OF NAPPING If you’re sleep deprived you can’t learn, perform, or think as well. But, are naps a good thing? The perfect nap is a science based on circadian rhythms. Let’s look at the science of napping, and how to nap, for the biggest brain benefits! Louie loves to nap so he was
Last month, two scientists won a Nobel Prize for their discovery of touch receptors. They used chili peppers and pipettes. The science behind touch? Touch receptors? Haven’t we known about this? I wondered the same thing.
My book, Chemical Reactions!: With 25 Science Projects for Kids, is out! To celebrate, I’m sharing two messy science experiments from the book.
What would you need to live on Mars? I investigated and found out exactly what we’d need to live on Mars! For free!
EXPLORING NEW SCIENCE INNOVATIONS New science innovations are a testament to human ingenuity. I’m a science fiction fan, but when future science concepts and ideas become the latest innovations to help our environment and ourselves, that is too good not to share! This post is a celebration of human ingenuity. Armed with chocolate for me
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