Scientists have found that after squid lose a tentacle they seem to act more skittish around sea bass. Although the squid have a higher risk of being attacked, their injuries makes them more sensitive to their predator, giving them a higher chance to survive. Some findings also explain behaviors such as anxiety linger after a threat has passed.
In this video I thought it was interesting how there was conflict between religion and science in Texas. Texas was in such a big drought they believed they had done something that made God want to put them in a drought but, there is still a lot of scientific evidence that this was all part of climate change. I feel that if you believe so strongly in religion, you should feel like God is part of this. On the other hand, science does have a lot of information that can prove what is happening. Since I go to a school that teaches science and religion, I would still believe in science because I think science has more evidence, like in the Al Gore movie, about how the earth is getting hotter and hotter everyday. I have always thought science was more dependable than religion but, I am still a religious persons. I'd do think God has a little part in climate change but, not as much as science.
This asteroid, unlike comets which crumble because of building pressure from sublimating ice, disintegrated as it hurdled through space. The small bits of pressure from a million years of sunlight, gradually spun the asteroid too fast so it was unable to keep its form.
Scientists studied the movements of the atoms in zircon, the planets oldest mineral, they figured out about how old the Earth's crust is. One of the oldest dates the researchers found for the Earth's crust is 4.368 and 4.380 billion years old.
High tech glasses were developed at Washington University School of Medicines in order to help the doctors see cancer. The cancer cell glows blue when viewed through the high tech glasses. The very new glasses, which have not been named yet, were used for the first time ever at Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. These glasses are a very big deal for all the doctors in the world.