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iPhones: The Magic (Multi) Touch

By Eliza Mitchell

September 29, 2011

Filed under Arts & Living Blogs, Blogs, Lifestyle

We’re all familiar with touchscreens. Whether it’s on our videogame device, on our smartphone, on our tablet, or even in our car, it’s a pretty widely used technology. Since its first inklings in the late 1960s, the...

How Hurricanes Come to Be

By Eliza Mitchell

September 21, 2011

Filed under Blogs

I’ve always thought of hurricanes as minuscule galaxies, lording over the oceans, spinning endlessly until they meet with their target and their demise simultaneously.  Then again, I don’t know many galaxies.  Nor ...

Creationism still exists in the classroom

By Nancy Pierce

March 2, 2011

Filed under News, Science & Technology

Despite a Supreme Court decision nearly 30 years ago barring creationism from being taught in science classrooms, a recent study has found that over 900 high schools in the United States still teach this theory in schools. Political Science Pr...

An exciting, limited time, exclusive offer for science

By Matthew M. Robare

October 14, 2010

Filed under Columns

How would you like to lose 100 pounds in just two weeks, build muscle, add to the size of your genitalia and discover the secrets the “pros” use to have sex with beautiful women and pick the stocks guaranteed to triple your ...