Friday Funday: Why Humans Brains Aren’t as Special as We’d Like to Think

Recent research from my alma mater shows that humans aren’t so special in terms of how much energy we allocate to our brains.

Sports as healthy substitute for war. Exhibit 1, Samoa vs. Tonga.

Why are Americans on the left, so sensitive to notions of class and racism, not more sensitive about the Indian caste system?

8,000-year-old images of dogs on leashes.

Why two stars slamming into each other is such a big deal for cosmologists.