FYI science isn’t unbiased
You need to look at who’s funding the study
You need to look at the methods
You need to look at the type of statistical analysis
You need to use logic
Just because it’s “science” doesn’t mean it’s good science
Headaches are still largely a medical mystery. We have no pain receptors on our brain, yet we so often experience pain which seems to come from it. This infographic outlines the 3 main types of headaches, and their probable causes.
Edit: Looking through the tags, I’ve seen a few people asking for the original source. I realise now I should’ve looked into it at the time, I just thought it was something amusing a fellow student here typed up anonymously. However, the internet tells me it was originally written by Luke Burns here, so feel free to go and look at other stuff he’s written!
A few decades ago, you had about 17
minutes to escape a house fire before
it was too late. Today, you only have
about 3 minutes before everything goes
up in flames, because modern, synthetic
fibers burn much hotter and faster than
the natural materials that were common
in the 70s and 80s. Source
Just in case you guys hadn’t heard, Ahmed, 14, was arrested and detained for bringing one of his inventions to school. A clock. He was not allowed to call his parents while he was being interrogated and said it made him feel like a criminal, like he wasn’t human.
Language is one of the most complex feats that humans have achieved through evolution, yet we don’t even notice it. In fact, scientists have been fasicnated by it for many years. This infographic explores what parts of our brain take part in language production and comprehension, how we learn language and the benefits of learning more than one language.