evolution

evolution

Why we kiss?
Science
Kissing is usually a show of affection between two people. A kiss can be passionate, aggressive, flirty or used as simple greeting. But why do we do it? What's the science behind our desire to kiss? ...
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Right handed more common
Fun Facts
It is estimated that between 70-90% of the human population is right-handed. This leaves left-handed individuals vastly outnumbered. But why? Is it our genetics, the brain or even parental/societal pressure which decides our dominant hand? Let's find out. ...
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Chicken or the egg?
Science
Often used a causality dilemma in philosophy and theology, it seems that at least in the context of science, there may be an answer. Which came first, the chicken or the egg? ...
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velociraptor hunted at night
News
Velociraptors hunted at night while the large plant eating dinosaurs ate around the clock, according to a new paper in Science Express. ...
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Do you use only 10% of your brain?
Science
You hear this claim all the time, most recently, in the movie 'Limitless'. So, is it true or a myth? Do you only use 10% of your brain power? Let's find out. ...
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Why do we get hiccups?
Health
Hiccups often occur after eating a lot, swallowing large amounts of air or drinking plenty of carbonated beverages. So why do we get them? ...
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Why do We have Eybrows
Health
As we humans evolved, most of our body hair slowly disappeared. It may make you wonder, if that's the case, why do we still have eyebrows? ...
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