They will really make you appreciate the safe planetary harbor provided by Earth's magnetic force field. Earth is a giant magnet, and the field that surrounds it, called the magnetosphere, is one of the
How much do you know about containers? Once upon a time, I worked at a startup that was looking to “Dockerize” its backend infrastructure. This developed into a running joke where the programmers on the
And that could mean trouble. The ocean currents that help warm the Atlantic coasts of Europe and North America have significantly slowed since the 1800s and are at their weakest in 1,600 years, according
Getting rid of the mental clutter makes room for the things that really matter. Researchers estimate you have about 60,000 thoughts each day. And many of those thoughts involve thinking the same things
Edward Tenner explains the efficiency paradox Today’s headlines are filled with technological breakthroughs that promise an optimized future, from artificial intelligence to diagnose disease to self-driving
Not all connections are worth it. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. I talk to the authors of non-fiction books and learn how they apply their book's lessons in their own lives.
Data breaches. Identity theft. Bank fraud. Every week, we read a fearsome new headline about cybercrime. Reputable services fall victim to anonymous hackers. Ransomware holds random computer user’s files
The wrong decision could put a damper in your productivity. From email to social media to online dating, we make decisions every day without thinking about it.• But many of the choices you arrive at way
An insane 20-minute workout by fitness blogger and trainer Stefanie Williams recently resurfaced, making us second-guess our use of the treadmill's full potential. Williams originally posted the video
It takes a whole lotta gray matter. Your mind is constantly counting: the rhythm of your speech, the minutes until your next snack, the awful pause between text messages. Without all that tallying, you’d
Electrons fired at up to 400,000 volts For the first time ever, NASA’s Juno spacecraft has spotted electrons being fired down into Jupiter’s atmosphere at up to 400,000 volts. That’s an enormous amount
It could confirm whether dark energy truly causes the expansion of the universe. On September 7th, an extraordinarily powerful radio telescope in Canada has begun listening to the sounds of the universe.