Wednesday, 12 February 2014

Did you know that...

The periodic table as you've always known it has changed? IUPAC made important changes to the periodic table in 2011. Read about the minimum and maximum atomic weight in more depth on Bitesize Bio.

Ben Goldacre is probably going mad with reports that Oreos are more addictive than cocaine and heroin, but he's not the only one. Stupidity is the panacea of the modern science journalism. Read more in MindHacks.

North American teens really need to wash their parts better and cut on oral sex for their immune systems are not that ready to deal with genital herpes, as stated on

None of what you're viewing is based on facts, but Discovery Channel will prompt to say it is. At least they want to make you believe the Megalodon is still roaming the seas. Discovery discovered a Megalodon way of advertising Shark week, in labspaces.

Methylene blue, laser light, singlet oxygen, bacterial cytotoxicity, a possible OKAY therapy and the incentive for my forthcoming journal club, in Memoirs of a Defective Brain. All in all a very interesting analysis from my favorite Science blog.

"Excessive monkey spanking can give you a nasty rash"? Are these the memoirs of the defective brain or just another great article there posted.

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