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The World’s First Human Head Transplant: ​Fountain of Youth or Scientific Abuse?
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The World’s First Human Head Transplant: ​Fountain of Youth or Scientific Abuse?

This upcoming December, Italian neurosurgeon Sergio Canavero plans to achieve the impossible. The doctor recently revealed plans to undertake a feat so dangerous and unpredictable that it has never been attempted before in the history of mankind. Canavero will pioneer the world’s first ever human head transplant, an extensive 36 hour […]

Science Is a Liar Sometimes: Is Earth Flat?
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Science Is a Liar Sometimes: Is Earth Flat?

NBA ALL-STAR WEEKEND—New Orleans faced more than spectacular dunks, barrages of three-pointers, and players’ underwhelming defense this latest NBA All-Star Weekend. Kyrie Irving, the starting point guard for the Cleveland Cavaliers, shook the (flat) Earth with his ground-breaking new theory: the Earth is flat. The former student athlete of the […]

Why is the Sky Dark at Night?
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Why is the Sky Dark at Night?

Before I begin, I must first demonstrate the motivation behind this question, as many will doubtlessly come up with the common sense solution that the sun’s rays are not hitting our section of the planet. This, surprisingly enough, is not exactly the correct answer. In fact, as fellow science writer […]