Recent Posts

Posted in COVID-19 Health Hydrogen Medical

Why We Post Articles on Hydrogen

I’m a scientist at heart, and friends are always sending me snail mail, emails, and points to websites praising some product that purports to increase…

Continue Reading
Posted in Beekeeping

Worker bees select royal (sub)family members, not their own supersisters, to be new queens

by  Public Library of Science. 7/11/2018 When honey bees need a new emergency queen, they forego the chance to promote members of their own worker subfamilies,…

Continue Reading
Posted in Health Living Medical

Vibrators had a long history as medical quackery before feminists rebranded them as sex toys

Kim Adams, New York University In the contemporary moment of sex-positive feminism, praises for the orgasmic capacity of the vibrator abound. “They’re all-encompassing, a blanket…

Continue Reading
Posted in Living

Why doesn’t sleep advice talk about sex?

by Dr. Yuliya Rackal,  Canadian Medical Association Journal At the best of times, half of all Canadians report that they have trouble falling asleep and staying…

Continue Reading
Posted in Living Politics

How a ‘feminist’ foreign policy would change the world

Rollie Lal, George Washington University and Shirley Graham, George Washington University The Biden administration has a woman, Vice President Kamala Harris, in its second-highest position,…

Continue Reading
Posted in Living

Dad’s brain becomes more ‘maternal’ when he’s primary caregiver: study

by Dennis Thompson, Healthday Reporter  Fathers who spend more time taking care of their newborn child undergo changes in brain activity that make them more…

Continue Reading
Posted in Beekeeping

Honeybees Know a Lot About Nothing

By Yasemin Saplakoglu June 08, 2018 Humans aren’t the only species that can ponder abstract mathematical concepts like nonexistence. In addition to some other animals, honeybees understand…

Continue Reading
Posted in Beekeeping

Single bee is making an immortal clone army thanks to a genetic fluke

By Ben Turner – Staff Writer  One bee has cloned itself millions of times over the past three decades. When hives of the African lowland honeybee (Apis mellifera scutella) collapse, they…

Continue Reading
Posted in Climate Change Environment

Yellowstone is losing its snow as the climate warms, and that means widespread problems for water and wildlife

Bryan Shuman, University of Wyoming When you picture Yellowstone National Park and its neighbor, Grand Teton, the snowcapped peaks and Old Faithful Geyser almost certainly…

Continue Reading
Posted in Climate Change Environment

Arctic Circle is already recording 118 F degree days (and summer is just heating up)

By Brandon Specktor – Senior Writer On the same day last year, air temperatures in the area blazed past 100 degrees F for the first time in recorded…

Continue Reading
Posted in Beekeeping

EPA inaction blamed as US bees suffer second highest colony losses on record

Common Dreams June 24, 2021 Beekeepers this year in the United States reported the second highest annual loss of managed honey bee colonies since records…

Continue Reading