TRC #451: Does Paper Burn at 451 Degrees Fahrenheit? + Did Humans Migrate To The Americas 130K Years Ago? + Does Wearing Red Make You More Attractive?
Happy weekend, Checkers! Darren burns through a segment about whether book paper ignites at 451 degrees Fahrenheit as depicted in the Ray Bradbury novel. Next, Adam digs into recent headlines suggesting that humans migrated to the Americas 130 thousand years ago. Lastly, Cristina tempts you with an examination into whether wearing red makes you more attractive.
Does Paper Burn at 451 Degrees Fahrenheit?
Slate article by Brian Palmer
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Did Humans Migrate To The Americas 130K Years Ago?
A 130,000 year-old archaeological site in southern California, USA : Nature : Nature Research
Humans Lived in North America 130,000 Years Ago, Study Claims – New York Times
A Single Migration From Africa Populated the World, Studies Find – The New York Times
Uranium-thorium dating – Wikipedia
Does Wearing Red Make You More Attractive?
Daily Mail: Ditch the red dress! Wearing the colour DOESN’T make you look sexier, claim scientists
Popular Science: Does a Splash of Red Make a Woman More Attractive?
Slate: No, Wearing Red Doesn’t Make You Hotter
Romantic red: Red enhances men’s attraction to women
Red, rank, and romance in women viewing men
Is Red Really Romantic? Two Pre-Registered Replications of the Red-Romance Hypothesis
Publication Bias in “Red, Rank, and Romance in Women Viewing Men,”
Slate: Everything Is Crumbling