The notion that regular application of sunscreen will reduce an already extremely rare occurrence is nonsensical.
The market for egg alternatives is growing with fake egg whites, vegan eggs, and eggs made from any number of ingredients decidedly unrelated to chickens.
Not very long ago, chocolate was far from the creamy, rich delicacy it is today. Back in the 19th century, it was brittle, hard, and not quite a favoured sweet.
As the number of suicides climb, understanding the science behind it will help identify those at risk and also find ways to address their suffering.
After the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima on 6 August 1945, material from the city rained down in the form of glassy beads and settled on its beaches.
Finding is significant as humans are looking to establish a base on the Moon by turn of the century. Information about tectonic activity will help decide locations for explorers to reach.
'Superionic water ice' may help scientists better understand the universe, especially the solar system's most distant planetary denizens, Uranus & Neptune.
Radar, particularly of the kind used by the military and air traffic controllers, is designed to penetrate clouds and detect solid objects.
Human activity has 'significantly altered' 75% of our planet's land and 66% of the ocean and led to an extinction crisis.
We remain at the mercy of natural selection, the least moral way for a species to develop.