(Sam Gibbs) A team of researchers have concluded that the legendary female G-spot just doesn’t really exist. They reviewed 100 studies published since 1950 and found no “valid objective data” to support the existence of the holy grail of female sexual pleasure. The Gräfenberg Spot is meant to be a concentrated bundle of nerves on the front wall of the vagina, which can cause the Earth to move for some lucky women…. Read More
UC Berkeley physicist, and longtime climate skeptic, Richard Muller has finally gone on the offensive, publicly admitting he was wrong to doubt global-warming data in a piece for The Wall Street Journal. Richard Muller Warns Congress That Global Warming is Real Related: Berkeley Scientists Discover Two Largest Black Holes Related: Was Einstein Wrong? Subatomic Particles Faster Than Light The outspoken professor, who gained notoriety in the climate-denial community for his rants against… Read More
Nervous about turning 35? 40? Don’t be. According to a new study, your real concern should be about turning 45. That’s based on a new studythat was just released which shows that we all may very well lose our mental acuity and sharpness after age 45. Basically, our brains start going downhill at this age: In the study, Archana Singh-Manoux at University College London and her colleagues assessed the cognitive abilities of… Read More
(ABC) A team of scientists at the University of California at Berkeley has found the two largest black holes known to exist. Each hole is 10 billion times more massive than our sun. A team of eight led by Chung-Pei Ma, a professor of astronomy at Berkeley, discovered the holes in two of the largest galaxies, 300 million light-years away. The findings were published in the journal Nature. The previous black hole… Read More
Roll over, Einstein? THE PHYSICS WORLD IS ABUZZ WITH NEWS THAT A GROUP OD EUROPEAN PHYSICISTS PLAN TO ANNOUNCE FRIDAY THAT IT HAS CLOCKED A BURST OF SUBATOMIC PARTICLES KNOWN AS NEUTRINOS BREAKING THE COSMIC SPEED OF LIMIT — the speed of light — that was set by Albert Einstein in 1905.
By Nicholas St. Fleur Bananas are America’s favorite fresh fruit. Every year Americans eat more of them than apples and oranges combined. But unlike apples, for which there are Granny Smiths, Red Delicious, Fuji, among others, and oranges, which are members of the citrus family, there is only one banana variation readily found in American markets: the Cavendish.