Content by Annie Bruns
As a scientist-in-training, I have often wondered how some intelligent and seemingly rational people manage to completely reject scientific evidence if it doesn’t support their point of view.
Who hasn’t been sucked in playing Pacman or World of Goo for hours, and then thought, “Oh man, where did the last three hours of my life go?”
NASA’s recent “discovery” of a microbe that can survive using arsenic in place of phosphate has caused a media uproar.
Group work. Everybody does it, from elementary school kids to corporate executives. And everyone groans when they find out the resident know-it-all has been assigned to their group.
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