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According to a study recently published in the journal Emotion, being in awe of nature may make individuals less likely to accept scientific explanations for the existence of our universe.
LIGO is celebrating apparent confirmation of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity, specifically that space and time are really one unit that exist as part of a gravitational grid.
For the first time since the Vikings sailed, the Icelandic public will soon be able to worship classical Norse gods like Odin, Thor, and Frigg at a public temple built in their honor.
Anyone not wanting to accept Syrian refugees should really consider this historical analogy.
The online vigilante group says it has located personal information belonging to ISIS recruiters living in Europe.
NASA is getting really serious about its mission to land humans on Mars in the 2030s.
These findings are extremely helpful.
Younger siblings generally have a lower IQ than their older brothers and sisters, according to three large national surveys from the US, UK, and Germany.
There are apparently some high-stakes moral implications to taking selfies.