Sophia Akiva Some hold the belief that humans were made in the image of an omnipotent being, while others consider us to have adapted through evolution to become the dominant species on our planet. The debate between these views is best left for another time, but for a species that has no natural predators, can … Continue reading Super-senses in the Animal Kingdom
Emma Brudanell You wake in the dead of night and look around the familiar setting of your bedroom. Everything initially looks normal, but something feels slightly different. You sense that you are not alone. Then out of the corner of your eye, you see an eerie shadow. You try to move, try to sit up … Continue reading Sleep Paralysis: Frozen to the Spot
Katie Jones Leonardo DaVinci, Albert Einstein and Winston Churchill are amongst some of the most influential people in human history. Despite being run off their feet painting beautiful masterpieces, developing the general theory of relativity, and leading Britain through World War Two; they all still found time for a well-earned nap. But, what is the … Continue reading The Science Behind the Perfect Nap
James Vines In Britain, 165 million cups of tea are consumed every single day, with English Breakfast tea being the most common. The matter of a perfect cup of tea is a highly contentious topic. There are so many variables. Do you add sugar? What's the perfect amount of milk? And maybe the most contentious … Continue reading Uncertain-tea?