If Tiger Woods has taught me anything, it’s that monogamy can be a bit of a farce (clearly, I don’t play golf). Both men and women seem to be prone to straying from loving and sexually exclusive relationships. So is monogamy even natural, or did we invent it?
Welcome to another issue of Fast Friday Farrago (read: mashup) where we bring you the exciting happenings in the world of science in the past week! Unfortunately we have to get the bad news out of the way first this…
Inter-species sex is great! Right?! Well, for us at least it was great. You see, for some time now we have known that Neanderthals and humans co-existed and even ‘exchanged genes’. That is scientific lingo for ‘had sex’. Yes, Neanderthals and your long-lost 418th cousin once-removed had sex.
A paper is being published today in the highly respected journal Nature, that changes scientists’ view of the complexity of the animal eye that existed around 500 million years ago.
Kittens falling off tables. Babies giving the evil eye. Dogs sleepwalking. Ricky Gervais. They’re all hilarious. Admittedly, probably they’re not funny to everyone, but then what makes something funny?
The new X-Men is out today and I have to ask myself, have I stopped evolving? Will I ever evolve to move things with my mind or shoot lasers out of my eyes? Will I ever be able to control the weather or shape shift into a slightly more masculine version of myself?
You are an animal. In fact, you are a monkey. You are a monkey that is part of the animal Kingdom, just like any other monkey. I mean, if chimps can wear pants, ride bicycles and smoke cigars, what makes us think that we are so different from them? Click, to read