A former nonprofit manager and teacher, Philip is now full-time writer and blogger. His work has appeared on Your Tango, STEMJobs, Hack Writers, NJ.com, Quarterly Access, and more. He has lived in Africa, Asia, and for a short time in Europe, and can be found at home, in New Jersey, with his lovely wife and friendly cat.
Researchers are starting to get a handle on why ancient creatures returned to the ocean after their ancient ancestors climbed out of it.
If you check your phone in the middle of the night, it says something about you.
Research with other species lends weight to these findings.
El Castillo, a pyramid in Mexico, was built in such a way that the “snake of sunlight” would slither down its steps at the dawning of each equinox, as the sun rose into the sky.
World class athletes, musicians, and chess masters use a similar technique.
Although we’ve had compelling evidence of this for decades, the pathogen hypothesis is finally being taken seriously.
You’d be surprised how many bad things happened on the exact same day.
When the past and future are no longer connected, some pretty weird stuff happens.
The myths and legends of the Amazons are fascinating and telling of the Greek culture they enthralled and through them, our own culture as well.
Learning about synesthesia can help us better understand how our brain works, particularly in terms of perception.