"Best" is here defined as "impact per word". Hint: the author of the "best" paper was just 21 years old at the time of its publication.
Not that, for even one second, the actual scientific literature matters here, but I found this summary interesting anyway.
Humans hard-wired to favour leaning to the right while locking lips with romantic partners, an international study has found
Noted economist Timothy Taylor explains how creative, profit-seeking individuals are, once again, greatly reducing an allegedly disastrous problem.
For one thing, they need the rest of the world to sign on. Too bad for them they don't run the entire world.
Ironman at Political Calculations briefly touts--and links to a free online copy of--the American Council on Science and Health's The Little Black Book of Junk Science.
Maybe, maybe not, but it would probably ruin our day.
"Boy, 10, spots error at Natural History Museum display when he notices the protoceratops is wrongly labelled"
Embarrassing for the adults involved but they seemed to have been gracious in admitting the error.
"Those who possess high childhood IQs tend to survive to a riper old age than peers who score less well, according to research published last week in the British Medical Journal."
If you gotta trip, this sounds like the way to do it.