Scientists have recently discovered two gene variants that are more common in gay men than straight men, adding to the evidence that homosexuality is, at least, partially genetic. This news may actually sound familiar to you, as studies in the early ‘90s also identified regions on the 8th and X-chromosomes that were correlated with homosexuality.
We all know where babies come from. An egg is fertilized by sperm and the resulting zygote needs to be implanted in a uterus so it can grow and divide. The key here is the union of the gametes: sperm and egg. This means same-sex partners, or partners who are unable to provide gametes themselves,
New job opportunities. Higher wages. New perspectives, ideas, and ways of life. These are just some of the benefits to having access to higher education. And most people agree that this can change the trajectory of your life. With that in mind, let’s find out which countries are the most educated in the world today.
Most of you probably know the name Scott Kelly. He’s a retired astronaut who holds the current U.S. record for the longest ever single spaceflight, clocking in at 342 consecutive days in space. Some of you may also know that he has an identical twin…who is ALSO an astronaut. What are the chances of that?!
– So I’m hanging out with my little cousin the other day, right? And he’s on his laptop and he’s playing some video games or whatever. And then I notice he’s just kind of walking around in this world with all his other little friends and they’re not really doing anything. So I’m looking over
In an age where your phone can scan your face and buttons are becoming obsolete, who thinks of writing anything by hand anymore? I know it feels archaic to pick up a pencil and use, ugh, lead, but writing down your notes could help you pass your classes. Note-taking is very difficult. You have to
Over the past few years, the United States and other western countries have seen a trend of teachers quitting their jobs. Among their chief complaints is an overwhelming focus on standardized testing, and the feeling that their professional opinions are ignored. Perhaps as a result, the US was 29th in the most recent rankings of