The generally accepted scientific theory of origins may be usefully regarded as having two components—one concerning life’s beginning and the second concerning subsequent development....
Imagine a world where technology has advanced to the point that it can reverse or “cure” ageing, a world in which people have merged...
Is it possible for a science book to comfortably sit on the shelves of both someone who believe in God and someone who doesn't? Adrian Petre thinks so.
A new experiment with Muon elementary particles has reignited the debate between two methods of explaining the universe.
Why the Big Bang eventually goes bust, universe-sized bubbles pop and string theory has cosmologists tangled up.
Mainstream science is clear: the miracle of life took billions of years to evolve. But what if the data suggest something else altogether?
Lifestyle medicine is showing us more about the simple ways we can improve our health and our mood
Don't drink juices, avoid the ice bath... these are the new rules of recovery
The benefits of medicinal Marijuana is often a controversial topic of debate among health experts. Suvi Mahonen explores both sides of the argument.
If there really is a God, should we expect to find Him within the known universe? Ty Gibson peeks through the space-time continuum.
An unrelated event on a quiet beach sparked a thought that serves to illustrate why science can’t explain biblical miracles. Sven Östring explains.
Imagine a world where we don’t need to spend time preparing or cooking food. Sounds like an efficient use of time, but is it?
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