Four-coned women are not usually aware of their ability to perceive superior color resolution. Not only is it difficult to self-identify as tetrachromatic, it is just as challenging to craft experiments to study it.
Archive for June, 2012
Part textbook, part literary non-fiction, part creationist’s worst nightmare, Prothero delivers perhaps the go-to resource for understanding both evolution and the ideology behind its detractors.
Take a few moments out of your busy day to bask in this peerless stop motion video of one of our planet’s most beautiful phenomenons: the aurora borealis.
The latest NASA study finds that we are losing the Arctic’s collection of sea ice faster than anticipated. Satellite capture and altimetry paint a rather dreary picture of the situation at our North Pole.