There’s a hotline filmmakers can call for science advice with the goal of helping filmmakers incorporate accurate science into their films.
Scientists developed a brain-computer interface that allow paralyzed patients to surf the web with just their thoughts.
The United States Government gave Indiana University one million dollars to study memes.
St. Augustine, in the 5th century, wrote that Christians should not interpret Genesis literally because if science proved it otherwise, Christian witness would be gone.
The man who first artificially cloned a fish was later forced to give up his research and become a janitor by the Chinese government during the Cultural Revolution.
Catholic schools in United States teach evolution as a part of their science curriculum.
Scientists attached stilts to the legs of ants to prove that ants return to their nests by counting their steps. The ants with stilts overshot their nest by roughly 50% due to the new length of their steps.
The Hindu religion states that science only offers a limited view of reality, but all it offers is right and correct, meaning that the religion by it’s nature cannot contradict science, leading to the the majority of even highly religious Hindus accepting evolution as fact.
In 2013, a researcher at UW managed the first human to human brain interface through the Internet by wearing a cap and playing a video game. When he wanted to shoot a missile, he thought “fire” and another researcher across campus’s finger moved involuntarily and pressed the fire button.
Ultrasonic waves have been used to weld plastics together since the 1960s. It works by compressing two thermoplastic materials together on top of an anvil. Ultrasonic waves are then fed through a horn that vibrates their molecules, causing friction that causes heat.