Science Solitaire is a weekly passionate hunt to understand this expanding, accelerating universe of beings and things by looking at what science has come upon, so far. Written by science writer and author Maria Isabel Garcia.
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How old are your body parts?

When you tell someone who is stressing you that they are responsible for your hair prematurely turning grey or white, you can say you have scientific backing

When you tell someone who is stressing you that they are responsible for your hair ...

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How old are your body parts?

What if there was a formula to predict with about 90% accuracy whether your relationship ...

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The love formula that says 5:1 = forever

Self-control is as scarce as face masks during panic mode. But can music help?

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Music for self-control?

'Learning music is like having your own personal Big Bang – you do not explode and ...

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How operas can be make-overs for your soul

'Panicking is a normal reaction to the discovery of a virus, but we have to try harder as ...

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The germs among us

For instance, why is it so difficult for us to understand that Prince Harry and Meghan, ...

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What does it mean to regret? How do we get over our regrets?

If it's a person who triggers bad habits, maybe you can try avoiding that person starting ...

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Why you will most likely fail at your New Year's resolution

'Only you can make a story out of the light that brought you here. Only you can weave the ...

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Considerata IX: A poem and reflection on 2019

Did you know that the Greeks have a word that means 'a hunger for disaster?' Or that the ...

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Have you ever tried inventing your own word?