Originally posted by Kewpie
Interesting article, but an odd website. No attributions or credits - it could be anyone's idea of an April Fool joke, to all intents and purposes. Not suggesting the article is, but it's unusual to read scientific stuff without names and credits and references and links.
Here is an article with the same story on UCLA's website. Again, no lists of credits.
There is however a link to the actual paper:
The timing is interesting in that it was submitted to Nature in April but only actually published in December. It takes a while for papers to get published - hopefully this is because of a thorough review process.