Exploding White Stars Develop into Supernovas
Rosanne Di Stefano, a Harvard astrophysicist, has recently completed a research study on exploding white stars in a binary star system and how they develop into a Type 1a supernova. read more

By: Nancy L. Young-Houser
Category: Science > Evolution

Organ Donation - Medical Miracles for Monetary Gain
Organ donations go back as far as 1954, when a kidney was successfully transplanted from one healthy body to a diseased one. Today, most parts such as skin, cartilage, lungs, intestines, corneas, nerves, bones, and skin are being used. read more

By: Nancy L. Young-Houser
Category: Science > Controversial Topics

Genetic Influence on Migration
Science is gathering evidence showing us "animals inherit migratory routes from their parents genetically." We know that migratory routes and genetics are associated with each other, but as more and more research are being gathered, this correlation read more

By: Nancy L. Young-Houser
Category: Science > Evolution

The ABCs of Animal Migration
Animals are smart and adaptable, slowly evolving over the years to develop a method to cope during their most difficult times of the year. Typically called the annual migration, it ensures the survival of the species regardless what animal type read more

By: Nancy L. Young-Houser
Category: Science > Evolution

The Psychological Forces Behind Money Issues
Those who have read about the "rubber hand illusion" can easily recognize that illusions appear real within the mind. Scientists involved in the studies have found that the brain represents the entire body, involving multi-sensory integration read more

By: Nancy L. Young-Houser
Category: Science > Experiments

Development of Induced Pluripotent stem cells, or iPS cells
On March 1, 2009, researchers announced they had finally found a way to eventually eliminate the need for human embryos for stem cell research, replacing them with the process of transforming ordinary skin cells into powerful stem cells. This read more

By: Nancy L. Young-Houser
Category: Science > Controversial Topics

Ins and Outs of Human Cloning
There are two types of cloning—therapeutic and reproductive—with each one having its own group of supporters and anti-cloners behind it. There are fifteen states having laws which pertain to both types of cloning, with the very first law read more

By: Nancy L. Young-Houser
Category: Science > Controversial Topics

Re: The Human Cloning Prohibition Act of 2009
Quite recently President Obama made an announcement to our country stating he felt that human cloning was not only dangerous, but profoundly wrong and has no place in society. Better yet, a major question is how human cloning can be justified read more

By: Nancy L. Young-Houser
Category: Science > Controversial Topics

Invisible Cloak of Harry Potter Becoming a Scientific Reality
When we watch the movies of Harry Potter, the cloak he wears to become instantaneously invisible makes his movies not only fascinating but "way-out there" for the majority of viewers. But researchers are developing what we pay to see at the Potter read more

By: Nancy L. Young-Houser
Category: Science > Controversial Topics

Human Fishes
Human fish is a term many people do not recognize, yet are present in areas such as South Korea and Slovenia. One type of human fish looks like a human, while another type of human fish has the name because it has human pigmentation. For some read more

By: Nancy L. Young-Houser
Category: Science > Evolution