The Science Section:
Not sure if this experiment proves that kids with autism see motion more vividly or see contrast more vividly, but the University of Rochester certainly seems to think that the difference is motion detection. Either way, this new understanding of … Continue reading
As a post script to the whole Amazing Spider-Man 2 phenomenon in Rochester, it is nice to know that at least one student at RIT got some genuine learning experience out of the whole thing. School of Film and Animation … Continue reading
In case you’ve decided that this world no longer holds any charms for you, good news! This week’s space updates include a lot of promising research into getting you off this rock. Space ahead!
Things that go BOOM!
NASA’s Heliophysics … Continue reading
In still more primate news for this week, it now turns out that yet another tenet of human arrogation goes up in a huff of baboon fur. It turns out that, given the choice of more or less treats in a cup, … Continue reading
There is no “Missing Link.” There is no one species of life that solely links humans to the rest of the primate chain because evolution doesn’t work that way.
Rather, evolution is a constant and ongoing process of minor selection … Continue reading