Why is it called a potluck dinner? Is there a lucky pot I was never told about and am totally missing out on? Am I supposed to bury a prize in my next lasagna dish? What is the deal?
The orca is one of only two species of mammals, besides humans, known to go through menopause. Biologists have long wondered what drove orcas to evolve this way. The reason has remained a mystery, but new research suggests an answer.
Everyone from school teachers to police officers is pretty quick to put the blame of societal behavior on the full moon. But does the old saying hold any weight?
“The intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment.”
There is one piece of tech that has silently been integrating its way into society, without playing an integral role in (most of) our daily lives: Virtual Reality.
As we become a more educated society we learn how to improve our quality of life and reduce our impact on the planet.
Friendsgiving is a wildly popular trend in today’s society. Why is that? Where did it come from?
There’s a ton of scientific research on video games. The consensus of these studies is that gaming can be beneficial for your brain, in the right capacity.
Do you like the rain? Studies have suggested that you are likely to favor the same weather conditions as your parents.
You can find them mostly in the UK and North America, but as studies continue to prove their effectiveness, the idea continues to spread.