Science

The text discusses personal experiences working in a synagogue's development office and receiving donations from congregants.
Dr. Joe Schwarcz, a chemistry professor at McGill University, has gained popularity as a science communicator despite not having a medical degree.
Calabria's picturesque Tropea in Italy offers a divine travel experience, featuring beautiful beaches, ancient legends, and local cuisine.
The author shares her experiences with undergoing fat grafting to reconstruct her breasts following a mastectomy due to breast cancer.
The YouTube video delves into a Torah verse featuring discrepancies in ratios, leading to an exploration of nuclear physics in episode 33 of Parshah Rabbit Hole titled "Checking The Torah's MATH."
The text discusses a podcast episode where Rabbi Avramel Kivelevitz criticizes Natan Slifkin's views, focusing on the charedi community's response to different approaches in Judaism, Slifkin's critiques of charedi beliefs and practices, and the issue of tone in intellectual discourse.
Dr. Yosef Walder, a highly accomplished scientist, entrepreneur, and philanthropist, passed away at 73, leaving a profound impact on the world.
The text discusses the humility and reliance on divine intervention that an ER doctor expresses when questioned about the feeling of saving lives.
This text criticizes Irus Braverman's claims about Israel's reintroduction of Mesopotamian fallow deer as an act of violent settler colonialism.
The discussion in Shiur 466 revolves around the permissibility of using electronic devices on Shabbat, particularly those activated through brainwaves or voice commands like Alexa.
NASA is contemplating the creation of a time zone on the moon, raising questions about how Jewish travelers in space would observe rituals like Shabbat.
The text discusses the importance of making smart software choices to empower businesses.
The text discusses the importance of halting the sharing of valuable military secrets with hostile nations like Iran to prevent potential global conflicts, especially given the rising international tensions with countries like Russia, China, and North Korea.
Moment Magazine won two major First Place prizes from the Religion News Association for Magazine Overall Excellence for its Artificial Intelligence issue, which explored the impact of AI on humanity.
A philosophical exploration using a solar eclipse as a litmus test.
While Jewish tradition historically viewed eclipses as bad omens, some contemporary American Jews are embracing the opportunity to witness the upcoming total solar eclipse.
The text delves into the Jewish perspective on solar eclipses, exploring whether they are viewed as natural phenomena or bad omens.
In this discussion of animals in the Torah, the focus is on the classification of birds as kosher and non-kosher.
The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) has acknowledged its past endorsements of Nazi medical practices and slow response to Nazi Germany's antisemitic abuses in a historical retrospective.
Israeli-American Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman, known for revolutionizing economic decision-making, passed away at 90.
Dr. Rachel Yehuda, a prominent figure in the study of intergenerational trauma and resilience, discusses how trauma is inherited across generations and how Jewish holidays can aid in fostering resilience amidst trauma.
Paul Lang, a photographer turned flight simulation center co-founder, fulfills his childhood dream of aviation through Voyager Flight Simulation at London Luton Airport.
In 1919, Albert Einstein was a relatively unknown figure, facing doubts about his work and struggling professionally.
The video delves into the question of genetic relatedness among Jews, exploring DNA testing in the context of Jewish identity, culture, and history.
In an analysis by Mark Glass, the author delves into a humorous yet insightful halakhic question based on the popular game Pokemon, pondering if using a move called Solar Beam in the game during a battle on Shabbat constitutes a violation of the prohibition against cooking on Shabbat.

Top authors in Science

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account_boxCindy Scarr
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account_boxNatan Slifkin
account_boxLior Zaltzman
account_boxRachel Kohn
account_boxJoshua Hoffman
account_boxJackie Hajdenberg
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account_boxBenyamin Cohen