Tag Archives: Popular Science


Kuzu no Honkai Linked to an Outbreak of Teenage STDs

Sexually transmitted diseases come in many variations, some being benign and some even life-threatening. Studies have shown that the risk of infection is especially high for teenagers, due to inexperience…


NASA Discovery Sparks Vigorous Debate Over Which Exoplanet is Best Planet

Astronomers working with the Spritzer Space Telescope have announced this week the discovery of not one, not two — but seven Earthlike planets orbiting a star 40 light-years away from Earth….


Researchers Remain Optimistic as Search For Alternate Universes Intensifies

BATAVIA, IL –The United States Department of Energy released a statement this afternoon claiming that researchers are still hopeful about locating an “isekai” — also known as an alternate world — even as the search enters its sixth year without results. Speaking to reporters at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Dr. Albert Porchowsky insisted that the latest models of quantum mechanics predicts the existence of alternate worlds like those depicted in Re: Zero and Konosubarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!.


Data Suggests VR Waifu Technology Will Cause Japan to Go Extinct by Year 2080

TOKYO, Japan — Between deadly natural hazards and giant lizard attacks, Japan faces another threat: a plummeting population. Within the past decade, fertility rates have hit record lows and the…


New Study Suggests Watching Slice-of-Life Anime as an Effective Treatment for Insomnia

OXFORD, England – Insomniacs around the world are in deep relief after a recent scientific study has suggested that their problematic lack of sleep can be combated by watching anime,…


New Study Finds Average Amount of Anime Necessary to Learn Japanese

ZURICH, Germany — The long-debated topic of whether or not you can actually learn Japanese from watching anime has been challenged by a group of language acquisition researchers at the…


Experimenting Begins on World’s First Biologically Engineered Nekomimi

8 For the first time in history, two nations have united in the field of genetics with the intent to engineer a fusion of species. USA-based Applied Biosystems in California…

Op-Ed: Please Stop Recommending Weeb Names for Features On Pluto

Cameron Onana New Horizons Science Team I would like to begin my letter by thanking the anime community for their interest in the New Horizons mission and the exciting things…

The newest image of Pluto from the New Horizons craft show no signs of Shirobako 2

New Horizons Probe Fails to Find Evidence of ‘Shirobako’ Sequel

  The NASA spacecraft New Horizons is fast approaching Pluto, and the probe is providing never before seen photographs of the dwarf planet’s surface. Though an early photograph taken 2…


Research Shows Calling Out Attack Names Does Not Make Them Stronger

MANCHESTER, NH — A new study published earlier this week by researchers at the University of New Hampshire claims that calling out attacks does not in fact make them any stronger….