The studies surrounding the apparent benefits of red wine are numerous. So, in classic wine tasting pomp, I'll be sampling them all. But I shan't be swallowing easily.
Noted everything Lawrence Krauss shares an ale with the Sci-gasm lads this week, to opine on the mysteries of the universe. And Star Trek.
Finally, technology is relevant. A pioneering group of eggheads have developed an unbreakable phone screen. Joie de Vivre.
The cartoon has been around for centuries, however its power has never been more potent. According to a study, the arithmetic remains simple. Want to change minds? Hire a cartoonist.
Over in Italy, a pioneering group of minds has determined that your one is eating itself due to lack of sleep. What are you doing up that late, anyway? Hmm?
According to science, those who marry the smarter among us can stave off dementia. However for my own sexual thirst, driven from intelligence, marriage doesn’t have to enter into it…
Sci-gasm. We all want one, right? This week the bent minds of Wade and Byrne outline how to spot the dodgy plastic science studies that surround us. That plus Deepak Chopra. Win-win.
The fountain of youth does exist. Unfortunately, its true location lies on the borders of the duckface.
With the rarely-seen Mercury revealing itself to us tomorrow morning, we spoke with Sydney Observatory about this, as well as other recently-discovered celestial phenomena.
It’s official. Those who compulsively check Facebook, or farm the shallow fruit of the blue thumb, are operating under reduced brain function.
DNA is a crucial part of collating evidence, however as one entirely innocent man discovered, it is a faulty construct.
This week the lads seek guidance from climate change maven Dr Angela Maharaj about the current climate of climate change.
Exercise shortcuts have long been the domain of the infomercial, however we should turn our attention to the lab, because by jove they may have actually done it.
One pioneering man of science has decided to find out why we feel linked by witnessing the same sad movie. His methods, however, were questionable.
It’s an eternal question, wrapped in a riddle, wrapped in a kebab wrapper. Can you eat before you exercise and still get results?
Collaboration. The bane of the tertiary and business world has been disproved by science. Long live workplace division!
Death. It comes to us all, but who measures out the chances of that happening, and how do they reach that figure? Welcome back to the abject chicanery of Sci-gasm.
The fear, now backed by science, is that robots will take our jobs. And they will. Blame not the cyborgs, however, but those who laughed at the possibilities of it happening.
According to the findings of a recent study, it seems that overly positive people don’t care about your problems. In fact, it’s best you seek out the gloomiest person you know.
The world of science is beset by a stupid problem. Popular opinion espoused by popular people often takes precedence over actual evidence.
Behold! Genius creativity is married with good old common sense to offer us the most useful computer aid since…ever? The sleep calculator. Thanks, all.
Well, it’s official. According to science, we’ve wasted our lives. But at least thanks to a new handy chart, we can know exactly what we’ll never be as good at again.