I think the concept of “turbulence” has gotten a bad reputation.
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History is being made right now: meet Karen Uhlenbeck, the first woman to win Abel Prize
In 2019, Abel prize for mathematics was awarded to a female scientist for the first time. Learn more about Karen Uhlenbeck and her extraordinary contribution to women's history.
Simple math riddles and equations can become a good way to spend quality time and train your brain. Let's get better at solving math puzzles together!
7 beautiful genetic anomalies
Our genes are very complex and form fantastic combinations that one can hardly predict. Take a look at 7 anomalies that turned out to be people's strengths and made these people unique.
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According to the scientists, nature untouched by humans is now almost gone. Hard to believe? Then take a look at this list of man-made things you thought were natural.
9 healthy eating rules that actually don't work
There is so much information about healthy diet on the internet and on TV, but are these pieces of advice useful? Let's debunk some of the most popular healthy eating myths together.
Some optical illusions really blow our minds. However, it’s not easy to understand how these illusions work at once. Let’s get through this!
6 problems caused by global warming 3/7/2019
Changes in our climate serve as an inspiration for disaster movies. However, in reality the fate of our planet is very similar to film scripts. Here is the list of possible problems that can be triggered by the climate change.