Posts Tagged ‘evolution’
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?
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 do...
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?
Research has shown that men generally find larger eyes on women more attractive. This has lead to a growing trend for many women to use makeup and contacts to give the illusion of larger eyes.
Velociraptors hunted at night while the large plant eating dinosaurs ate around the clock, according to a new paper in Science Express.
You hear it all the time. "Humans only use 10% of their brains". It makes one wonder what would be possible if you could access or use all of it. But is the statement actually true?
Should you drink water upside down?
Evolution at work
Evolution at work?