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How to Live a Happy Life: 10 Things to Say Yes to Starting Today

<i>“Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking.”</i> <b><br>Marcus Aurelius</b><p><i>“Most people are about as happy as</i> …

Are You a Good Boss? 5 Signs That Will Tell You

Are you a good boss. It's not always easy to tell<p>So you're the boss. Whether you are in charge of a small department or an entire company, you take your responsibility seriously. Things are going well, but you wonder if you're a good boss. It's not always easy to tell. It's not about whether all …

workimprovement

How to Tell Your Boss You Have Too Much Work

These days it seems like most people have too much on their plate. Everyone complains about feeling overworked. So how do you tell your boss you simply have too much to do? No one wants to come across as lazy, uncommitted, or not a team player. How can you protect your image as a hard worker while …

Leadership

16 daily habits that are easy to practice and can significantly improve your life

In the Quora thread "What are some good 'mini habits' to practice each day?" readers shared the simple habits you should follow every day to become a happier, healthier, or more productive person.<p>The best part is, each one takes only about five minutes to complete.<p>Here are some of our favorites:<p>1. …

New Theory of the Higgs Boson Could Explain Why Gravity Is So Weak

A new theory suggests that missing extra copies of the Higgs boson might explain why gravity is so much weaker than it should be.<p>Something is seriously wrong with gravity, and nobody's quite sure why.<p>The problem is that gravity is too weak. Out of the four fundamental physical forces in the …

10 ways to give a presentation that doesn't put people to sleep

Okay, so he was probably just tired. But a great presentation keeps your listeners on their toes and inspires them to think differently about whatever topic you're addressing.<p>That's not to say that delivering a solid talk is easy. In fact, it's incredibly difficult.<p>To help you out on that front, we …

Earth - The real reasons nothing can ever go faster than light

It was September 2011 and physicist Antonio Ereditato had just shocked the world.<p>The announcement he had made promised to overturn our understanding of the Universe. If the data gathered by 160 scientists working on the OPERA project were correct, the unthinkable had been observed.<p>Particles – in …

Time Management Secrets Anyone Can Use

Having trouble focusing on what you really need to do? You're not alone. According to a survey by Salary.com, the average worker admits to wasting 2.09 hours of each eight-hour workday, not including lunch or scheduled breaks. The Web is like the next-door neighbor who keeps asking us to play when …

Gravitational waves explained

A century after Albert Einstein rewrote our understanding of space and time, physicists have confirmed one of the most elusive predictions of his …

Gravitational Waves

The Most Important Leadership Competencies, According to Leaders Around the World

dave wheeler FOR HBR<p>What makes an effective leader? This question is a focus of my research as an organizational scientist, executive coach, and leadership development consultant. Looking for answers, I recently completed the first round of a study of 195 leaders in 15 countries over 30 global …

Leadership

Program that can read human sight developed

A team of researchers from the University of Washington has developed a new computer program that uses a software and brain implants to decode what …

Fruit-flavoured cup for drinking water developed

A US startup has developed a fruit-flavoured cup 'The Right Cup' that tricks the user's brain to think that the plain water is flavoured. The Right …

What will power tomorrow’s spacecraft?

The missions that will last decades or longer will need a new generation of power sources. What are the options?<p>Power systems are a critical part of a spacecraft. They need to be able to operate in extreme environments and be utterly reliable. Yet, with the ever-increasing power demands of more …

NASA's Not Ready to Go to Mars, Panel Finds

Vagueness and a tight budget could keep NASA mission grounded past 2030.<p>The new annual report from the Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP), an external advisory group that makes safety recommendations for NASA, strongly questions whether the space agency can safely live up to its timetable for a …

Space Science

The ultimate window seat is a glass bubble on top of a plane

In a 21st century, aviation special of <i>Pimp My Ride</i>: Airplane owners could soon install glass bubbles on top of their planes.<p>SkyDeck, a 360 degree, …

Scientists claimed they found elusive ‘Planet X.’ Doubting astronomers are in an uproar.

It’s a big, dark presence at the farthest reaches of our solar system, a mysterious force powerful enough to skew the paths of planets in orbit and yet so subtle that it slips undetected past even the most powerful telescopes on Earth. For centuries, it has eluded some of the most brilliant minds …

The 12 most impressive car innovations we've seen this year

They have to be smart, comfortable, easy to use, and just cool.<p>That's why automakers and tech companies have been designing innovative car features from holographic dashboards to rotating chairs.<p>These innovations can improve the driving experience, whether it's you or the car driving, and highlight …

Amazon shows off new prototype delivery drone

Known as Prime Air, the futuristic delivery system will get packages to customers in under 30 minutes, according to the new video presented by Jeremy Clarkson<p>Amazon has launched a video showing off its new prototype drone, an unmanned aerial vehicle which can get packages to customers within 30 …

WIRED Awake: 10 must-read articles for 24 November

Your WIRED.co.uk daily briefing. Today, genetically modified mosquitoes could put an end to malaria, Tesla announces pricing for the entry-level …

This computer algorithm promises to help you find your perfect place to live

According to Elon Musk, in three to five years, we’ll most likely overcome most of the technical challenges for fully autonomous cars. Although it will take many more years to overcome the regulatory friction of getting those cars on the street, it is quite feasible that in terms of computational …

Artificial Intelligence

Nasa's new humanoid robot to tackle space missions

This 6 foot tall all-American robot may look like something from a Marvel film -- but it's actually helping future robots (and maybe even a few …

Robotics

Dear first-generation sex robot ...

It appears we're on the brink of a robo-sexual revolution. Some have claimed that you'll be, like the selfie, a socially derided mainstay by 2025. Other, more conservative, estimates posit that having sex with you will be either commonplace or more popular than human-on-human sex by 2050. Whatever …

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8 Things No One Tells Guys With Body Image Anxiety

You don't have to look like Magic Mike.<p><i>Body image anxiety and dysmorphia are issues that transcend gender, and not all people experience them the same way. This particular post focuses on body image issues from one man’s point of view.</i><p><b>1. You're not alone.</b><p>Body image anxiety is not an epiphany. It …

5 Impressive Robotics Projects You Don’t Want to Miss

Over the years, <i>Make:</i> has featured some amazing robotics projects. I decided to go back through the archives and find a few projects I thought were particularly special and worth making sure current <i>Make:</i> readers knew about. Here are five of my favorites.<p>You’ll notice that all of these robots, while …

NASA just released a close-up of Saturn’s moon Enceladus, taken 30 miles above the surface

The Cassini spacecraft has beamed back the closest image taken yet of Saturn’s moon Enceladus, from above its south pole.<p>On Oct. 28, Cassini dived through the moon’s icy plume, snapping the following unprocessed photo from just 30 miles above Enceladus’s surface. Cassini—a joint project from NASA, …

Astronomy