Ever Wonder if Singing a High Note Can Break Glass? – Science Fanatic

Have You Ever Wondered?   We’ve all seen those scenes in movies. You know, the scene where the opera singer belts out a note so loud and sustained that they literally shatter a glass. I’m wondering if that’s actually possible?     So apparently every object has a natural resonant frequency. That means there’s a…

God, Believing in the Unproven … But Does It Help to Be Happy? – A #381

Some people rely on religion, in different gods, depending on their culture they will adore a specific god. They believe this god will help them throughout their lives through favors and fantastic miracles, forgiveness for their sins, no matter how horrific the crime is “god is powerful and loving enough to forgive their sins” –…

5 Most Important Scientific Discoveries of the Year

This year 2018 has been marked by interesting discoveries and advances in different science fields. This list includes some that I find important enough to mention in this scientific closing post of the year: THE ROSEHIP NEURON “We don’t yet understand what these cells might be doing in the human brain, but their absence in…

Myth of the Day: 3 Heartbreaking Jesus Virgins Saints Crying Blood Tears

[the_ad_placement id=”into-the-content”] MYTH: The Catholic church and some of its followers believe in the myth that some saints and virgins have cried blood. They make statues of them with blood tears rolling down the faces made of ceramic or plaster. Many catholics report sightings of weeping madonnas, from Ireland to Croatia, but the only one…

Nobel Prize in Chemistry Goes to a Woman for the Fifth Time in History

Dr. Arnold, 62, an American professor of chemical engineering, bioengineering and biochemistry at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, earned the award for her work with the She shared this year’s chemistry Nobel — worth close to $1 million — with George P. Smith, 77, and Gregory P. Winter, 67. Dr. Arnold received half of…