Science & Tech


33 Year Olds: Continue Listening to New Music – It’s Good For Your Brain

In highly scientific study (read that as not scientific at all), Spotify data suggests that people stop listening to new music at age 33.

As a somewhat older than 33 year old, I can affirm that, had I not had a son that is fanatical about music, I would not have listened to new music much past my 30s, so the study does make sense. But, since it’s based on Spotify data, maybe the conclusions drawn are due to the fact that we old folks just don’t use Spotify that much.

Tesla Takes ‘Green Energy’ To The Next Level

Total Share: 202000During an event held at Tesla’s Hawthorne, California, Design Studio on April 30 the electric car maker announced their newest venture, Tesla Energy. Taking a new approach to renewable energy, Tesla Energy unveiled their…

Pancreatic Cancer Cells

Can Cancer Be Predicted Years in Advance?

According to CBS News, a simple blood test may be able to predict cancer years before a diagnosis.

New research from Northwestern Medicine in collaboration with Harvard University shows scientists a distinct patter in the changing lengths of telomeres, the protective end caps on our strands of DNA, are a biomarker, predicting cancer years before it develops.

Oregon's Lost Lake

Where is Oregon’s ‘Lost Lake’ Going?

A hole that, according to Jude McHugh a spokeswoman with the Williamette National Forest, has been there as long as anyone can remember, during the winter opened up under Oregon’s Lost Lake and the lake started running down the hole.