Religion and Science’s Take on the Fabric of Reality

An illustration of God`s hands holding the Earth.

Digging into the nature of reality, we find similarities in how it is viewed by both religions and science. (Image: Nonneljohnvilbar via Dreamstime)

Ancient Technology: The Timekeeping Stone That Rings at Set Intervals

Was there a timekeeping stone?

The villager decided to bring the rock home as a toy for his child to play with, and after a few days, the family noticed something peculiar about the stone: Every noon and midnight, the stone would emit a 'clanging' sound. Perplexed, the man placed the stone on his family shrine for safekeeping. (Image: Martin Novak via Dreamstime)

The Scientific Evidence of Cause and Effect, Also Known as Karma

Stack of stones in the sea with the word 'KARMA' imposed over the water.

If one kills a person or steals, karma will require payment either now or in the future. (Image: Chernetskaya via Dreamstime)

Regenerative Wonders: Astonishing Healing Powers of Babies Within the Womb

Couple kissing each other while holding an ultrasound picture of their unborn child.

Recent scientific breakthroughs have unveiled the potential of fetal cells to repair and rejuvenate the organs and tissues of expectant mothers. (Image: Yantimir Mingazitdinov via Dreamstime)

Brain Computer Interface That Translates Thoughts Into Text Messages

Can Solar Storms Really Knock Out Your Phone and the Internet?

A solar storm.

Charged particles from the Sun can destroy the electronics on our planet. (Image: Kriscole via Dreamstime)

Scientists Succeed at Growing Plants in Lunar Soil

Seedlings growing in lunar soil.

The seedlings grown in the lunar soil. (Image: IFAS Video via Youtube)

Women in Science: Trailblazing Marine Botanist Isabella Abbott’s Early Life, Career, and Contributions

Isabella Abbott on PBS Hawai'i.

Isabella Abbott was the first Native Hawaiian woman to receive a Ph.D. in science and was recognized as a world expert on Pacific marine algae. (Image: Screenshot via PBS Hawaiʻi Youtube)

The Amazing Legacy of Beatrix Potter, Creator of ‘Peter Rabbit’

An illustration from one of Beatrix Potter's childrens books.

Helen Beatrix Potter was born in London in 1866 and published her first and best-known book 'The Tale of Peter Rabbit' in 1900. She followed it with 'The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin,' 'The Tailor of Gloucester,' 'The Tale of Benjamin Bunny,' 'The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle,' and many other books for children. (Image: via Public Domain)

Stem Cell Clinics and Their Dirty Secrets

Stem cell research pipette and PCR plate.

Stem cell treatments are still in their experimental stage and require further study to improve their effectiveness. (Image: Catalin Iliescu via Dreamstime)