Gert-Jan Oskam, 40, was told he would never walk again after breaking his neck in a traffic accident in China, … More
Is This Octopus Having a Nightmare?
By Carolyn Wilke – May 25, 2023 – NY Times In a study that has yet to be peer-reviewed, scientists documented … More
AI makes non-invasive mind-reading possible by turning thoughts into text
Advance raises prospect of new ways to restore speech in those struggling to communicate due to stroke or motor neurone … More
This bird is a survivor. Now she’s the 14,000th animal in Nat Geo’s Photo Ark.
Jolie, an Indochinese green magpie, was rescued from a wildlife trafficker’s suitcase. Her story is emblematic of the threats facing … More
This 500-year-old Catholic decree encouraged colonization. Will the pope revoke it?
The papal Doctrine of Discovery was used to justify colonization in the name of Christianity—and eventually became embedded in U.S … More
How the Holocaust happened in plain sight
Six million Jews were murdered between 1933 and 1945. How Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party turned anti-Semitism into genocide. … More
‘A Bit Spooky’: The New Shark Species With Bright, White Eyes
A newly discovered species of demon catshark is found in the deep waters off Australia. Lauren McCarthy, a planning editor … More
With 62 Newly Discovered Moons, Saturn Knocks Jupiter Off Its Pedestal
If all the objects are recognized by scientific authorities, the ringed giant world will have 145 moons in its orbit. … More
Henry Oster – Cologne – Lódz -Auschwitz – Birkenau – Buchenwald – France – America ( Video Included Below Quote )
In his book “The Stable Boy of Auschwitz,” written this year, Henry Oster reminds us what is at stake and … More
Dealing with Reality in Creative Ways
The Urban Indian Health Institute (UIHI) and the Seattle Indian Health Board continue to shine a national spotlight on MMIP. Missing or Murdered Indigenous … More