Spirituality
TMJ disorders could be treated with tissue-engineered implants after successful animal study  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 days
It’s estimated that around 10 million Americans experience a temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder, with women being more susceptible than men. Affecting the jaw joint,... more
Want a safer world for your children? Teach them about diverse religions and worldviews  PHYS.ORG · 3 days
Around 80% of secondary school students who had classes about diverse religions claim to have positive views of Muslims. This... more
A mating war in diving beetles has stopped the evolution of species  PHYS.ORG · 3 days
In nature, male attempts to mate with females can be so extreme that they can harm the females. Such negative impacts of mating interactions... more
When Ancient Societies Hit a Million People, Vengeful Gods Appeared  LIVE SCIENCE · 4 days
From a societal standpoint, you need a divine power watching you only if your neighbor isn't doing so. more
A mating war in diving beetles has stopped the evolution of species  SCIENCE DAILY · 4 days
In nature, males eager attempts to mate with females can be so extreme that they will harm females. Such negative impact of mating interactions... more
Some US Muslims identify less as Americans due to negative media coverage  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
Negative media portrayals of Muslim Americans can have adverse effects on how they view themselves as citizens and their trust in the U.S. government. more
Vernal Equinox 2019: Google Doodles Celebrate as Earth's Seasons Change  SPACE.COM · 4 days
The seasons change on Earth today, and Google is getting into the equinox spirit with a pair of doodles to celebrate the yearly milestone. more
Former inmates who receive social support have better mental health, study finds  NEWS MEDICAL · 4 days
Men released from prison who receive social, community and spiritual support have better mental health, according to a study by researchers at Rutgers School... more
Facebook says no one flagged NZ mosque shooting livestream  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
Facebook says none of the 200 or so people who watched live video of the New Zealand mosque shooting flagged it to moderators, underlining the challenge tech companies face in... more
Extreme far right: 'pick'n'mix' ideologies and direct messaging online make for deadly new combination  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
While it is difficult to look beyond the atrocities committed in New Zealand, that they were perpetrated by someone inspired... more
Brazilian physicist wins $1.4 million Templeton Prize  REUTERS · 5 days
Brazilian physicist and astronomer Marcelo Gleiser has been awarded the 2019 Templeton Prize, worth $1.4 million, for his work blending science and... more
Physicist Marcelo Gleiser: 'Science does not kill God'  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
The annual Templeton Prize, which recognizes outstanding contributions to "affirming life's spiritual dimension," was awarded Tuesday to Brazilian Marcelo Gleiser—a theoretical physicist dedicated to demonstrating science and religion are not enemies. more
Facebook scrubs 1.5mn Christchurch attack videos but criticism goes viral  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
Facebook says it removed a staggering 1.5 million videos showing harrowing viral footage of the Christchurch mosque rampage but criticism of social media giants for failing to block... more
New Zealand wants answers from tech giants after mosque attack livestream  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Sunday said she would be looking for answers from Facebook and other social media firms about how an attack... more
Tech companies scramble to remove New Zealand shooting video  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
Internet companies scrambled Friday to remove graphic video filmed by a gunman in the New Zealand mosque shootings that was widely available on social media for hours after the horrific... more
New Zealand massacre provides test for live video platforms  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
A horrific video of the New Zealand mosque massacre was blocked by Facebook during its livestream but circulated on other social media, highlighting the challenges faced by internet platforms in... more
Narwhals spend at least half time diving for food, can fast for several days after meal  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 week
Narwhals -- enigmatic arctic whales known for their sword-like tusk -- spend over half their time... more
Diving to new depths for Antarctic science  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
A University of Canterbury scientist is using Kiwi technology in her Antarctic research to capture fascinating footage of life beneath the surface in McMurdo Sound. more
Stephen Hawking didn't believe he'd go to heaven, a place for 'people afraid of the dark'  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
World-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking, who died March 14, 2018,, didn't believe in God and called heaven... more
Narwhals spend at least half time diving for food, can fast for several days after meal  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
Narwhals—enigmatic arctic whales known for their sword-like tusk—spend over half their time diving to find food... more
Mystery infections traced to blood-shedding religious ritual  ABC NEWS · 2 weeks
Researchers say they have traced a cluster of rare infections to blood-shedding religious rituals more
Byzantine-Era Estate of Wealthy Samaritan Unearthed in Israel  SCI-NEWS.COM · 2 weeks
A team of archaeologists from the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) has unearthed the remains of a 1,600-year-old agricultural estate at... more
Messages of stewardship affect Christians' attitudes about climate change  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 weeks
Christians' attitudes toward the environment and climate change are shaped by whether they hold a view of humans as having stewardship of the Earth or dominion over the planet, and... more
Who Was the Real King Herod?  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 weeks
The Bible falsely maligns Herod has a monster who tried to kill baby Jesus. more
Why Orthodox Jews in New York were the hardest hit in measles outbreak  ABC NEWS · 2 weeks
Measles cases in NY have been concentrated among children from Orthodox Jews. more
Monastery of 7th-Century Scottish Princess (and Saint) Possibly Discovered  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 weeks
Archaeologists and citizen scientists have unearthed what may be the monastery of Princess Aebbe, who was born a pagan but later spread Christianity along the northeast British coast in the... more
Japan marks tsunami, nuclear tragedy eight years on  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
With flowers, silent prayers and tearful tributes, Japan Monday marked the eighth anniversary of a crippling earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster that devastated its northeastern coast and left some 18,500 people dead... more
Deep diving robots find warming accelerating in South Pacific Ocean waters  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
New research analyzing data from deep-diving ocean robots and research cruises shows that the coldest, near-bottom South Pacific waters originating from Antarctica are warming three times... more
Messages of stewardship affect Christians' attitudes about climate change, study finds  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
Christians' attitudes toward the environment and climate change are shaped by whether they hold a view of humans as having stewardship of the Earth or dominion... more
Culturally sensitive conservation approaches needed to protect Ethiopian church forests  SCIENCE DAILY · 3 weeks
Human disturbance reduces forest density, biomass, and richness of species in sacred church forests of northern Ethiopia, according to new research. more
Culturally sensitive conservation approaches needed to protect Ethiopian church forests  PHYS.ORG · 3 weeks
Human disturbance reduces forest density, biomass, and richness of species in sacred church forests of northern Ethiopia, according to new research by Catherine L. Cardelús of Colgate University... more
Internet, intuition can help businesses spot next big thing  PHYS.ORG · 3 weeks
When small business owners want to divine what consumer spending trends will be months from now, their methods can be as sophisticated as internet analytics or as basic as plain... more
Earliest animals developed later than assumed  PHYS.ORG · 3 weeks
Sponges belong to our earliest ancestors. However, fossils, molecules and genes disagree on the rise of these early animals. A large international team of researchers around Christian Hallmann and Benjamin Nettersheim from the Max Planck Institute... more
Study shows that many who experience trauma of war become increasingly religious  PHYS.ORG · 3 weeks
It's been said that there are no atheists in foxholes, but a new study led by Joseph Henrich has shown that the impact of... more
How celastrol sensitizes brains to leptin, curbing hunger and obesity  SCIENCE DAILY · 3 weeks
Celastrol's potent anti-obesity effects were widely reported in 2015. Derived from the roots of the thunder god vine, the drug curbed food intake in obese mice by nearly... more
Beckman Coulter Life Sciences and Apostle announce exclusive liquid biopsy partnership  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 weeks
Today, at the Advances in Genome Biology and Technology General Meeting, Beckman Coulter Life Sciences announces the launch of Apostle MiniMax High Efficiency Cell-Free DNA Isolation... more
Israel's First Lunar Spacecraft Experiences Technical Difficulties  ASTRO WATCH · 3 weeks
Beresheet (“Genesis” in English), the Jewish state’s first lunar spacecraft, experienced some technical difficulties on Monday night. A maneuver was planned for... more
Ancient myths reveal early fantasies about artificial life  PHYS.ORG · 3 weeks
Thousands of years before machine learning and self-driving cars became reality, the tales of giant bronze robot Talos, artificial woman Pandora and their creator god, Hephaestus, filled the imaginations of people in... more
Medical News Today: 12 natural ways to relieve pain  MNT · 4 weeks
People have used natural pain relief methods for centuries. In this article, we discuss 12 natural pain relievers that people can try, including herbal remedies, yoga, and acupuncture. more
Meat slaughtered without stunning animals not organic: EU court  PHYS.ORG · 4 weeks
Halal meat from animals slaughtered by religious ritual without having first been stunned cannot be labelled organic, on animal welfare grounds, a top European Union court ruled Tuesday. more
EU court rules halal meat cannot get organic label  ABC NEWS · 4 weeks
The European Union's top court ruled that the EU organic logo cannot be placed on meat derived from animals that have been slaughtered in accordance with religious rites without first... more
Medical News Today: Osteoporosis: Some yoga poses may cause bone injuries  MNT · 4 weeks
New research warns that certain yoga poses can be risky for people with osteoporosis and advises caution when engaging in this practice. more
Keeping active in middle age may be tied to lower risk of dementia  SCIENCE DAILY · 4 weeks
Keeping physically and mentally active in middle age may be tied to a lower risk of developing dementia decades later, according to... more
Sick kids left in limbo by Venezuela-US crisis  ABC NEWS · 4 weeks
When Carlos Acosta was able to fly his son out of a Venezuela that lacked basic medical supplies and see him receive a bone marrow transplant in Spain, it was as if... more
Only on AP: Sick kids left in limbo by Venezuela-US crisis  ABC NEWS · 4 weeks
When Carlos Acosta was able to fly his son out of a Venezuela that lacked basic medical supplies and see him receive a bone marrow transplant... more
Severely ill children left in limbo by Venezuela-US crisis  ABC NEWS · 4 weeks
When Carlos Acosta was able to fly his son out of a Venezuela that lacked basic medical supplies and see him receive a bone marrow transplant in Spain, it was... more
Diving into Earth's interior helps scientists unravel secrets of diamond formation  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 month
Understanding the global carbon cycle provides scientists with vital clues about the planet's habitability. more
Diving into Earth's interior helps scientists unravel secrets of diamond formation  PHYS.ORG · 1 month
Understanding the global carbon cycle provides scientists with vital clues about the planet's habitability. more
Study shows how electricity-eating microbes use electrons to fix carbon dioxide
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This cuckoo catfish tricks other fish into raising its head-chomping young
Science Magazine
You Can Watch SpaceX's Starship Hopper Tests Live Via a South Texas Surf School
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Fortified 'high tunnel' growing structures withstand 'bomb cyclone' winds
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A brief history of science writing shows the rise of the female voice
PHYS.ORG
Why dangerous asteroids heading to Earth are so hard to detect
PHYS.ORG
Snow may have delayed some blooms for the first day of spring
PHYS.ORG
4-D-printed materials can be stiff as wood or soft as sponge
PHYS.ORG
Satellites key to addressing water scarcity
ESA
Galactic center visualization delivers star power
PHYS.ORG
World's smallest bears' facial expressions throw doubt on human superiority
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Watch the world’s smallest bear copy its friends’ facial expressions
Science Magazine
With a 'hello,' researchers demonstrate first fully automated DNA data storage
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Livestreamed massacre means it's time to shut down Facebook Live
PHYS.ORG
Video: Heroines of the periodic table
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The incredible challenge of landing heavy payloads on Mars
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True wearable displays: Self-powered, washable and wearable
PHYS.ORG
Where do microplastics go in the oceans?
PHYS.ORG
Finding solutions where science and policy meet
PHYS.ORG
Chinese Film 'The Wandering Earth' Imagines a Journey to a New Sun
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