Anarkali Morrill

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These 10 Thought-Provoking Documentaries on HBO Go Are Actually Worth Your Time

We know it sounds counterintuitive: Sit on your couch and stream these films to gain greater insight into the state of the world. While traveling is …

How the Enlightenment Ends

Philosophically, intellectually—in every way—human society is unprepared for the rise of artificial intelligence.<p>Three years ago, at a conference on transatlantic issues, the subject of artificial intelligence appeared on the agenda. I was on the verge of skipping that session—it lay outside my …

Artificial Intelligence

Freediver Performs an Expressive Six Minute Dance in One Breath at Bottom of the World’s Deepest Pool

Freediver Julie Gautier, who is married fellow diver Guillaume Néry, performed an absolutely gorgeous, beautifully choreographed dance at the bottom …

28 New Scifi and Fantasy Books to Add to Your Shelves in May

May is here, and the month brings tons of new science fiction and fantasy books for your reading pleasure, including tales of kingdoms in turmoil, …

Summer Movie Preview: 33 Movies to Watch Out For

Traditionally, summer blockbusters don’t get released before May 1. But, as in so many other ways, <i>Avengers: Infinity War</i> is making its own rules. …

11 Incredible TV Shows That No One's Talking About

We're bringing the buzz for these unsung gems<p><i>Game of Thrones</i>, <i>Stranger Things</i>, <i>Black Mirror</i>... yadda yadda yadda.<p>If you're looking for some new pub ammo, we recommend checking out these 12 brilliant TV shows and recommending them to all your friends. Talk up these underrated gems and everyone will …

30 years after Prozac arrived, we still buy the lie that chemical imbalances cause depression

Some 2,000 years ago, the Ancient Greek scholar Hippocrates argued that all ailments, including mental illnesses such as melancholia, could be explained by imbalances in the four bodily fluids, or “humors.” Today, most of us like to think we know better: Depression—our term for melancholia—is …

FDA

The 17 Best Movies No One Saw In 2017

The greatest movies you've barely heard of<p>2017 has been a corker for cinema, with the likes of <i>Dunkirk</i>, <i>Blade Runner 2049</i>, <i>Wonder Woman</i>, <i>Thor: Ragnarok</i> and <i>Star Wars: The Last Jedi</i> knocking it out of the park. But there were also plenty of absolute gems that fell under the radar.<p>Here's our pick of …

6 Sci-Fi Books You Need to Read ASAP

Not too long ago, if someone asked me if I liked sci-fi novels my immediate answer would be no. For some reason, I never wanted to pick up a book set …

Science Fiction

16 Quotes That Will Give You an Attitude of Gratitude on Thanksgiving | Inc.com

This time of year is supposed to be a season of gratitude, but too often it becomes a time of nothing but stress. Some people need reminders of how to keep perspective, stay positive, and revel in life's joy.<p>Not everyone thinks gratitude is an easy or desirable thing. Joseph Stalin said, "Gratitude …

Happiness

I fell for the cult of masculinity—and the myth that men are aggressive by nature

“Are you safe?” The nurse asked me. “Are you afraid of anyone right now?”<p>I was in the doctor’s office. My fiancé had insisted on driving me there. He was my Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, my secret abuser. He could go from gentle to furious in seconds, warm hugs giving way to shoves that left me black …

9 ways to stop dwelling on things

Struggling to move on from certain events or emotions? Give these tips a try...<p>It's something we're all familiar with. There's been an argument, an …

Mindfulness

How to win with a narcissist: 5 secrets backed by research

Is that difficult someone driving you up the wall? What’s the best way to handle impossible people?<p>I’ve broken down the research on how to handle …

The best movies of 2017 (so far)

<i>We’re at the halfway point of 2017, so all this week Mashable entertainment will be rolling out our 8.5 (Get it, half of ’17?) picks for the best of</i> …

Comic Books

Watch Breaking Bad re-edited as a pretty good two-hour movie (update)

Why spend 62 hours watching Breaking Bad? Save some time!<p><b>Update:</b> Looks like it was taken down. That didn’t last long! We’ve embedded the YouTube version, and you can watch the second half at the bottom of this post.<p>Watching <i>Breaking Bad</i> in its entirety is quite the commitment. The show ran for five …

Breaking Bad

We Just Got More Evidence That The 2 Human 'Sex Pheromones' Don't Actually Exist

Sorry.<p>When we talk about animal instinct, we're often talking about pheromones - chemicals that affect the behaviour of other animals, and make …

Violent video games like Grand Theft Auto do not make players more aggressive, major new study finds

Playing violent first-person video games such as Call of Duty does not make people more prone to violence themselves, a major new study has found.<p>Scientists using brain scans and psychological questionnaires discovered that the levels of aggression and capacity for empathy in people who never play …

Survival of the Fittest Has Evolved: Try Survival of the Kindest

We’ve often heard that if you want to succeed in life, you need to subscribe to the idea of “survival of the fittest.” Success, we are commonly told, has to be grabbed; it has to be taken or someone else will get it.<p>When I initially presented some of my ideas about the power of compassion in …

Scientists Think They Finally Found Evidence of Ancient Life on Mars

We’ve written about why scientists believe Mars is one of the places in our solar system most likely to have alien life. There are a few reasons, but …

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Smell test can detect Alzheimer's disease, scientists find

Odour test could identify disease that affects almost 500,000 people in Britain long before memory loss strikes, breakthrough study reveals<p>The early stages of Alzheimer's disease could be detected by smell years before memory loss sets in, a study found.<p>The disease is the most common type of …

Dementia

Scientists find the brain’s missing ‘pipes’

“Throw out the textbooks” and “missing link” are words rarely heard anymore in science, but that’s what researchers around the world are saying about the recent discovery of microscopic lymphatic vessels connecting the brain to the immune system.<p>That physical link was long thought absent, …