1. Indian Summer

    Study confirms cats know their names

    Mrs. Summer sent me this interesting article about a cleverly designed Japanese study to figure out if cats recognise the names we give them: Source: Cats Don't Fetch, But Know Their Names As Well As Dogs, Researchers Say (, 4. April, 2019)
  2. K

    Vegan community study

    Survey (google form) link https/ Hello everyone! I am an undergraduate student investigating community. I have chosen the Vegan Forum to be part of my thesis. Mainly I am looking at how a sense of community is different between virtual/interest communities and...
  3. Indian Summer

    Psychology Study about Vegetarians

    One of the authors of a psychology study has contacted us asking if we could please distribute a link to their survey. I've done the survey myself, and thought it seemed legit, so here it is: They estimate it takes about 20 minutes to...
  4. Indian Summer

    Man-Machine Scientists develop high accuracy gaydar facial analysis software

    A number of interesting implications of this, including: More: New AI can work out whether you're gay or straight from a photograph (7. September 2017) The article also touches on the ethics and implications for privacy.
  5. Francisco Hernández

    Tempera and Encaustic

    Hi, vegan friends! I really need to know if there's a vegan replacement for egg tempera and beeswax encaustic, both painting techniques. There's a class I take where I use the techniques and I'm vegan :):heart: so there's no way I'm gonna use egg or bees. Please help...
  6. Indian Summer

    Psychology Vegetarian diet now considered normal, veganism still effeminate

    More: Men who don't eat meat, eggs or dairy are 'viewed as effeminate' (30. November, 2015)