The wonderful world of sex

Here are some sexy things scientists discovered last year. 1. Why beer goggles work: Faces that are symmetrical are thought to be the most attractive and alcohol interferes with our ability to detect lopsidedness. 2. Wear red if you want to pull a girl: Research shows women find men wearing red to be more sexually … [Read the full story]

Water pollution is making birds gay

Water pollution is posing a threat to bird ¬≠populations by causing males to mate with each other. Scientists believe poisonous metal compounds entering the food chain can affect sexuality, causing a reduction in offspring. They found that even relatively low levels of methylmercury in the diet of male white ibises caused the birds to pair … [Read the full story]

Ferrets can grow human livers

Scientists have used ferret livers, which are the size of walnuts, to grow minature human livers. The breakthrough by US scientists raises the prospect of growing livers that could then be transplanted into patients. The US team used part of the ferret livers as a “scaffold” to grow human liver cells, after the animal cells … [Read the full story]

Internet idiots should spend money on booze and women

It’s been revealed¬†that there are an increasing number of gullible bastards on the internet. Research scientists at Mierda College declared that one in 3 internet surfers are stupid and should be shot. Professor Don Puta, who conducted the survey, revealed some of the gaffs that surfers had committed – “One man paid $250 for a … [Read the full story]

Adam the Atheist – Lessons from the Bible

Hello. My name is Adam (it really is). My surname isn’t Atheist, but I am an atheist…and for good a reason.¬† It’s that Christmasy, bollocky time of year again. I’m not a miserable Scrooge – I’m just a normal person that doesn’t believe in religious shit – please…keep reading. Here’s a strange story from the … [Read the full story]

Women get overwhelmed by having an orgasm

The brain’s reward circuits and rational thought processes are overwhelmed with electrical activity when a woman reaches sexual climax. In the first film of what goes on inside a woman’s brain as she approaches and then experiences orgasm, researchers recorded how sexual arousal generates a cascade of events that, at its peak, involves 30 parts … [Read the full story]

Listening to new music is good for the brain

A new study has discovered that listening to new music is good for the brain. A team of Canadian scientists have used MRI scans to establish that areas of the reward centre of the brain become active when people hear a new song for the first time. A report published in the Science journal explains … [Read the full story]

Melt proof choccy biccy’s – what a waste of money

Man has been on the moon, and made countless advances in medicine and now scientists have been issued a new challenge…the melt-proof choccie biscuit. Understanding what is happening to chocolate at a molecular levels is enabling overpaid scientists with fuck all else to do, to develop chocolate that does not melt in warm climates. This … [Read the full story]

The origin of man comes from a place in Africa

The theory that modern humans came from one place in Africa has been challenged by new research. A study showed the Khoe and San peoples of the sub-Sahara are descendents of the earliest diversification event in the history of all humans, some 100,000 years ago. The findings, involving 220 participants representing 11 populations across southern … [Read the full story]

Gibbons just love helium gas

Scientists from the Primate Research Institute at Japan’s Kyoto University reported that they had given helium gas to apes (gibbons), which, predictably, made their voices high-pitched. However, it was not a fraternity prank or lab assistant’s initiation, but a way for the scientists to determine whether the famously sonorous gibbons could yell just as loudly … [Read the full story]

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