Here's a look at the differences between deductive reasoning and inductive reasoning, with examples of each type of scientific reasoning.
Flat-earthers believe one of the most curious conspiracy theories on the internet. Here's a look at what they believe and why.
Researchers looking at the same data set in social science produce wildly different results, and very little of that variability can be explained by bias.
Reference Nearly every region of the world has influenced the customs and traditions of the United States.
Race and ethnicity are terms that are sometimes used sloppily, almost interchangeably. But race and ethnicity are not the same thing.
Despite tales of overcrowding, fighting and tragedy, hundreds of people continue to try to summit Everest every year. What's the appeal?
Are ghosts real? Ghost hunters like to believe that ghosts exist, but science and logic are the real ghost busters.
Many fairytales have an evil stepmother who is determined to ruin the lives of her stepchildren. But what are the roots of this age-old trope?
Reference Culture is the characteristics and knowledge of a particular group of people, encompassing language, religion, cuisine, social habits, music and arts.
"Dunbar's number" implies that our relationship threshold is limited to 150 people. But is this true?
On New Year's Day on Brooklyn, New York's Coney Island beach, the sound of chattering teeth will fill the air, as thousands of people gather for a ceremonial wintry dip in the Atlantic Ocean.
An ultramarathon runner overcame an early injury, sleep deprivation and steep terrain to complete an astounding 2,189-mile run along the Appalachian Trail in 46 days and 8 hours.
UK survey: 29 percent of teachers there think creationism and intelligent design should be taught as science.