It’s amazing that Jewish space lasers and Satan-worshipping, child-abusing Democratic cabals and 9/11 hoax drivel could strike a person as more believable than gender fluidity. But here we are, with U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, promoter of all of the above, doubling down on transphobia. The occasion? The House of Representatives voting to pass the Equality Act, which would ban discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation. As you’ve likely read, U.S. Rep. Marie Newman, a...
The Georgia Republican ought to actually read and trust the science around gender fluidity, now that she's shaping the world our children inherit.
During the 2020 vice presidential debate U.S. Congresswoman Deb Haaland responded to remarks Mike Pence made, tweeting: "They deleted the word science from their website." She appears to have been referring to one of the first acts the Environmental Protection Agency, under newly-sworn-in President Donald Trump, took: scrubbing part of the EPA's website of the word "science."
If you feel that most conversations go on far longer than they should, you're right. According to a new scientific study, "conversations almost never end when anyone wants them to." Harvard psychologists and their colleagues studied nearly 1,000 conversations to gain insight into how they begin, unfold, and eventually end. — Read the rest
Liberals claim to be driven by science. It is increasingly clear, however, that science only matters when it is beneficial to their political interests. It is essential that school-age children return to the classroom. And it is safe to do so. Yet, liberals have sold out America’s children to the
COSMIC, a multipurpose X-ray instrument at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's (Berkeley Lab's) Advanced Light Source (ALS), has made headway in the scientific community since its launch less than 2 years ago, with groundbreaking contributions in fields ranging from batteries to biominerals.
t's Valentine's Day, when couples all over the world plan special dinners and desserts to "get in the mood," as it were. Indeed, in the Western World, our sole holiday celebrating love and romance has its own concomitant food culture: chocolates, strawberries, oysters, caviar and red wine are all intrinsic to Valentine's Day menus because of their reputation for being aphrodisiacs — meaning food that can, supposedly, make one feel more amorous.
Botanist and geneticist Nikolai Vavilov had a lifelong mission to prevent starvation by improving food production. His native Russia suffered numerous famines under both the tsar and the Soviets. The scientist would walk hundreds of miles in remote locations all over the world to collect seeds that might be bred to grow grain in the cold Russian climate. — Read the rest
New data released by the federal government reveals drunk driving deaths fell by more than 5% in 2019. It’s welcome news and a trend that policymakers at the state and local levels should build on to save even more lives. Acknowledging last year’s unofficial motto, officials should “follow the science” to make it happen.