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Far from acting as the conduits of a benevolent deity, these religious leaders threw the teachings of their own church out of the window.
Forget billions and billions. When it comes to the number of galaxies in the Universe, both theorists' and observers' estimates are too low.
Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes is often labeled a quintessential Spanish artist, but his allegiance may well have lied with the French Enlightenment instead.
A deep learning AI running on a supercomputer was able to link patterns of brain connectivity to political ideology.
Great genius is not born of lightning bolt-like moments of inspiration. In reality, perseverance plays the biggest role.
Intrapreneurs tap into the spirit of entrepreneurialism to innovate and find personal meaning at work, but organizations need to celebrate their efforts more.
Searching for truth in unorthodox ways can be a valuable exercise. But Anatoly Fomenko's alternate world history is just plain weird.
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Researchers discover black holes that violate the uniqueness theorem and have "gravitational hair."
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When we fail to help in a bad situation, we are morally responsible. So, why don't we pick up others' litter?
Genetic analysis reveals that a specimen collected in 2019 is the same subspecies as one caught more than a century earlier.
Take a look at the Times Square Totem, the Trafalgar Square Pyramid, and other landmarks that were never built.
It's not about leaves in tall trees.
A gigantic bacterium evolved differently than fundamental models of biology would have predicted. Simply put, these bacteria shouldn't exist.
After it became clear that the world wasn't 6,000 years old, some proposed that northern peoples had emerged independently from others.
Even 1500 years after the fall of Rome, its western border can still be seen on German street maps.
Mutations that confer malaria resistance occur more frequently in people who live in regions where the disease is endemic.
Many have argued that free will is in illusion, but science does not support that.