There is way too much going on in the world these days to keep up with all the new exciting stories and discoveries. This is tough for someone constantly seeking knowledge, don’t fret friends. We have got you covered. You have a family event coming up and want to show pretentious Aunt Karen that you are chock full of intelligence, she won’t know what hit her.
Perhaps you want to show know it all cousin Carol you know what’s good. Maybe you won’t be smarter than Carol but you can let her know about the scientists who detected some sweet cosmic energy readings that will help bring them closer to proving dark matter exists. No biggie, just dropping facts about cosmic energies and dark matter at the dinner table. Put that in your pompous pipe and smoke it, Carol. Maybe you want to impress your friends with a few new awesome facts, if that’s the case we got you covered with this like that will easily make you sound smarter this week. Maybe even for the rest of your life, you’re welcome.
People tend to get more enduring satisfaction from the money they spend on experiences than from the material possessions they buy. https://t.co/O77bqLzWM2
— Scientific American (@sciam) November 26, 2017
A new U.K. study has concluded that drinking coffee is "more likely to benefit health than to harm it," giving java lovers another reason to keep up their habit. https://t.co/pldrzAwgPA
— CTV Vancouver (@CTVVancouver) November 25, 2017
— CBC North (@CBCNorth) November 29, 2017
Garibaldi fish are well known for their feisty defence of their territory in the Californian kelp forests. This includes patches of turf algae that hold the invertebrates that they eat #BluePlanet2 pic.twitter.com/6SpVkJbXQ6
— BBC Earth (@BBCEarth) November 22, 2017
— The Verge (@verge) November 26, 2017
Are your Christmas decorations out the box yet? 🎁 If they are, a new study suggests you should be happier.
— BBC Breakfast (@BBCBreakfast) November 26, 2017