Written in Coptic (an Egyptian language), the Gospel of Jesus's Wife, if authentic, suggests that some people in ancient times believed Jesus was married, apparently to Mary Magdalene.
Credit: Photo courtesy Harvard Divinity School
Each week we uncover the most interesting and informative articles around, here are 10 of the coolest stories in Science this week.
Defining chaos: For decades mathematicians have tried to create a mathematical definition for chaos without success, until now.
[Full Story: New Math Could Reveal Hidden Sources of Chaos]
Mass shooting paradox: While violent-crime is falling in the U.S. mass shootings by single gunmen are rising. One expert believes the cause may be the connected to the accessibility to guns in combination with Americans' desire for fame.
[Full Story: Why America Is Prone to Mass Shootings]
Ancient diamonds emerge: The creation of these precious stones has been debated and researched for years and now, thanks to the research of geochemists, light is being shed on the process.
[Full Story: Sea Ice: Ancient Oceans Birthed Diamonds]
More clues about Gospel of Jesus's Wife: The facts about a much-disputed papyrus known as the Gospel of Jesus's Wife are beginning to come to light after much debate in the scientific community.
[Full Story: Origins of 'Gospel of Jesus's Wife' Begin to Emerge]
Weed and sperm count: A recent study has linked low sperm count in men to smoking marijuana. While the link is not conclusive it provides significant connections between marijuana use and semen quality.
[Full Story: Marijuana Use May Lower Sperm Counts 'Quite a Lot']
Weed and your brain: The debate as to the effects of marijuana on the brain are more complicated than previously thought: while the drug may not shrink the organ in teens who smoke it, one study suggests it may have negative effects on the brains of those prone to schizophrenia.
[Full Story: Does Marijuana Change the Brain?]
Black hole mystery: Stephen Hawking has revealed a new theory to answer the paradox of general relativity and quatum mechanics in relation to material in black holes.
Lost Spartan palace found? A large complex containing pieces of murals, clay tablets, cultic objects and more may be the long-lost palace of Mycenaean Sparta, the much-debated precursor to the historically known Sparta.
[Full Story: Lost Palace of Sparta Possibly Uncovered]
Sexually flexible: A study of female sexuality indicates the sexual orientation of women may be linked to the options available to them as determined by how society rates their looks.
[Full Story: Women's Sexuality May Depend on Romantic Options]
3D cursors point the way: Futuristic technology is coming to the real world: a new cursor will be used to navigate 3D space.