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Text-walkers evolve ‘protective shuffle' to prevent injuries

Text-walkers might seem oblivious to their surroundings but they are actually taking extra care to avoid obstacles<p>Sauntering along the pavement at a snail’s pace with their heads bent low over their smartphones, text-walkers are the bane of most busy pedestrians.<p>But while they appear to be …

Spectacular Milky Way photos taken at Yellowstone Park

The picture you see above looks like a surrealist painting, but it’s not. It was taken by photographer Dave Lane, who photographed the Abyss Pool in …

The Rebellious and Revolutionary Life of Galileo, Illustrated

How a college dropout reordered the heavens and forever changed our understanding of our place in the universe.<p>In 1564, <b>Galileo Galilei</b> was born into a world with no clocks, telescopes, or microscopes — a world that was believed to be the center of the universe, orbited by the sun and the moon and …

Student Essay Contest Winner: Second Place | Ben Woodfinden

<i>Congratulations to Ben Woodfinden for winning second place in our first annual Student Essay Contest. Below is his response to</i> prompt #3<i>.</i><p>Christianity …

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Is The Singularity Truly Near? A Deeper Look Into Synthetic Life Forms

4 Keys To Well-Being & Happiness: According To Neuroscience<p>Published<p>3 days ago<p>on<p>August 4, 2018<p>In Brief<p>The Facts:<p>Consciousness, our perception, …

The invisible network that keeps the world running

Inside the humungous, algorithmically controlled matrix that supplies most of what you own<p>It's been just over 45 years since the Apollo Moon landings, and some would have it that we are failing to build big anymore; that we've since become too fascinated with the small, too impressed by our tablet …