In Which The Science Corner Reemerges To Claim Its Hold Over Your Heart

Science Corner

by Molly Lambert

Pride In The Name Of Love: The reason we’re so arrogant.

Bigger is better.

The brain has a teacher and a tinkerer.

Activity spotted on two of Saturn’s moons.

Massive wild herds of animals found.

Chimps provide insight into the biological basis of altruism.

Mars had large oceans.

Titan provides glimpse into the future desert Earth.

Bonecrushing Wolves (totally a good name for a noise band)

Two headed snake dies.

Second largest Grizzly Bear captured (just for a population count)

Bats are even blind as bats.

Ideas for Apple.

 

Lizard moms choose their children’s patterns using hormones.

Gene therapy awakens the visual components of the brain despite blindness from birth.

Blind people way better at remembering shit.

Study debunks myth that women want sex less than men.

Why we evolved to have sex instead of reproducing asexually.

Putting feelings into words produces therapeutic effects in the brain. And how we suppress unconscious actions.

Lastly, mushrooms! They can do anything! They insulate buildings and can be modified to yield human drugs!

Molly Lambert is the senior contributor to this recording. She lives in Echo Park, CA.

Cool Love #1 — Blitzen Trapper

“LLL” — Jesse Sykes and the Great Hereafter

“Breaker” — Low

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