That humans enjoy being made to wait seems to have been deliberately built into us. It’s unique in nature, an intelligent design.
In 2011, Sean Carroll wrote an essay on why — from a science perspective — our minds must be extinguished at death
Researchers, altering Libet’s classical experiment, found that human brains show no “readiness potential” when a decision is important.
London-based wood carving conservator Ben Bacon has, with academic colleagues, shaken up Ice Age paleontology.
While the idea is handled provocatively in philosophy literature, in practice, animals are envisioned as plaintiffs, not defendants, in animal rights cases.