It’s not science fiction, it’s science fact

There is very little that is exact in this world. Even science has its grey areas. However, various key words that scientists use have exact meanings. Yet outside of the scientific field, some of these words are used in an incorrect sense. Here we look at six scientific words that are misused the most by the general public.

Water on Mars - So where's the life?

As the old saying goes, 'where there's water, there's life'. Well at least that's our belief here on planet Earth. So the fact that NASA scientists recently discovered water, flowing water that is and not just impenetrable ice, on planet Mars raises the question, 'Can our neighboring planet support life as we know it?' Or even more Hollywood style, 'Is there already life on the red planet?'

Mars & Venus Brains

The differences between women and men are quite notorious, but those differences are not exclusive from the physical standpoint; there are also some differences in the way both genders develop their brains.

The eye in the sky

Most of us have grown up watching movies or reading novels about the world of spies and private investigators. We have marveled at their ingenious methods of getting valuable information, without being caught. Improvements in technology recently have made spying on people a whole lot simpler. 

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