Is the rise of entropy merely probabilistic, or can it be straightened out by use of clear quantum axioms?
Entomologist Eric Day says the insects could create a “substantial noise issue” in some communities.
New neurons continue to be formed in the hippocampus into the tenth decade of life, even in people with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease.
The study has uncovered parts of our genetic code that could be responsible for causing poor sleep quality.
French police will be allowed to open fire if lives are threatened by Yellow Vest rioters this weekend, the military governor of Paris said today.
The final Mueller report should be graded “incomplete,” says VIPS, whose forensic work proves the speciousness of the story that DNC emails published by WikiLeaks came from Russian hacking.
While Democrats speculated widely about a mythical plot between the Trump campaign and Russia, no attention was given to the more substantial ties and deals between Democratic officials and Russia.
A new 3D printing technique can replicate complex structures using projections of light into a special resin.
The FASAB’s SFFAS 56 rule apparently allows federal officials to fake public financial reports.
A recent study has shown that religious fundamentalism is partly the result of a functional impairment in the prefrontal cortex, where damage to particular areas may indirectly promote religious fundamentalism by diminishing cognitive flexibility and openness.
As the Pentagon continues to chuck billions of dollars into a seemingly bottomless pit with no oversight or audit, vital federal programs that help the poor, elderly, and disabled — not weapons contractors — continue to suffer massive cutbacks in resources and constant funding difficulties.
A pair of papers published in Cell on January 11 suggest that the protein encoded by one such gene uses its virus-like structure to shuttle information between cells: a new form of cellular communication that may be key to long-term memory formation and other neurological functions.
Having killed more than 200 Palestinians since March — including children, journalists, medics, and cripples — the IDF has apparently decided to show its more humane side, alerting advocacy groups to the plight of a lowly tortoise nearly murdered by Hamas “arson balloons.”
Counter to what was thought possible, the fault seems to have broken clean through the entire tectonic plate.