Science & Medicine
[LESS INFO] 6 VIEWS | ADDED 15:21:36 12/28/12
With New Year's Eve around the corner, DNews takes a closer look at the science behind your holiday cocktail. Anthony goes on a tour of St. George Spirits - an amazing Bay Area distillery - and finds out how apple brandy is made from start to finish.
[LESS INFO] 8 VIEWS | ADDED 12:21:36 12/20/12
The Mayan Apocalypse is now just another overhyped, failed prophecy. Anthony and Laci count down their top 6 best (failed) end-of-the-world predictions throughout history, and one that's still to come. Be afraid, be very afraid.
[LESS INFO] 46 VIEWS | ADDED 12:21:36 12/19/12
It's flu season, and that means viruses are out in full force battling our immune systems and trying to make us sick. But are all viruses bad? As it turns out, certain retroviruses just might be the key to keeping us healthy. Trace explains how we can harness some of the world's most dangerous bugs
[LESS INFO] 20 VIEWS | ADDED 18:21:36 12/18/12
The discovery of a biological reason for why people are gay is one of the most significant studies of the year. If confirmed, it could drastically impact the gay rights debate not just in the US, but around the world. Laci Green and the whole DNews team were floored by this one!
[LESS INFO] 4 VIEWS | ADDED 15:21:36 12/18/12
We here at DNews are counting down to the end of world! Just four more days til we're outtie, according to the Mayan Calendar anyway. But are we really? What exactly does the Mayan calendar say? And what about the other Mayan Calendars? Thats right folks: there's more than one!
[LESS INFO] 8 VIEWS | ADDED 12:21:36 12/18/12
They're little, and they're cute, but don't let that adorableness deceive you! These animals pack a mean bite and will inject you with venom if necessary. Trace warns us about these poisonous critters, beginning with three newly discovered species on the giant island of Borneo! Don't be fooled!
[LESS INFO] 4 VIEWS | ADDED 15:21:36 12/17/12
A group of some of the world's most respected futurists got together and have made some pretty wild predictions about what the world will be like in 2030. That is just 18 years from now. What they're predicting surprised us, do they surprise you too?