In today’s world, the environment can be an extremely divisive issue. There are...
The Ethics Of Smart Pills
Opinion piece by Ben Ray The real breakfast of champions. Image from Betacells We human beings have finally reached that point in our development where science is going
$22 Million Creation Musuem Expanding, Focusing On Kids
By Ben Ray Image from John Scalzi The Creation Museum, an international abomination laying just a few miles from the Cincinnati-Northern KentuckyAirport, is only one year old, but it’s a
Get the D@mn Government Out of the Way
Every month, I receive an Eco-Sense Update from Ann and Gord Baird. Canada is becoming more like America every day. Image by François Detemmerman The Bairds are build
The scientist, Professor Ian Wilmut, who led the team that created Dolly the sheep has received a knighthood in the New Year Honours. His knighthood was awarded for services to science. Professor Ian Wilmut and researchers from the <a href=”http:
Pirahnas Attack Sideshow Bob
Two Bulgarian teenagers were rescued from a circus in Italy after one of them was forced to swim in a tank full of piranhas for public amusement this week.
Irish Man Uses Son's Tooth To Repair Blind Eye
Bob McNichol, blind since a 2005 explosion in an aluminum recycling center, believed he would be blind the rest of his life after Irish doctors told him they were out of options. Image by <a href=”http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Image:Eyeball
Are you a Chinese scientist? Do you frequently fail?
Well worry no more, because the Chinese government has introduced an exciting new amnesty program for scientists who fail. I don’t know what used to happen to Chinese scientists who were unsuccessful. Perhaps they received a harshly worded letter a
God Smiles on Stoners, Eases Drought in Kentucky
For those of you who remember hearing about how the drought affecting the Southeast United States was bad for marijuana production last summer– or maybe you just, ahem, noticed– there’s been so
75 Russian Swimmers Poisoned At Water Park
Last Wednesday in St. Petersburg, at least 75 swimmers were poisoned by chlorine in the city’s largest aqua park: Waterville. Image by Eupator 162 people sought medical attentio