Monthly Archives: December 2013
Many of us are familiar with the scene from Finding Nemo were a large fish lights up the deep sea and attempts to eat Marlin and Dori. This wonderful piece of Disney film was made possible by a process called … Keep Reading
For those of us with nut allergies we are used to avoiding nuts like they are poison, but what most people don’t know is that the cashew, a commonly eaten nut, really is poisonous.
In order to improve their economy, institutions loudly proclaim their defining features; a diner may boast “The World’s Best Bacon Hamburgers” while its town claims “The World’s Largest Rubber Band Ball.” Longwood, Florida derives its fame from being the former … Keep Reading
Genetic mutations can be so tiny and insignificant seeming when compared to the whole of DNA in a human body, but even the smallest change can have long term fatal affects.