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How Google Took Over the Classroom

CHICAGO — The sixth graders at Newton Bateman, a public elementary school here with a classic red brick facade, know the Google drill.<p>In a social-science class last year, the students each grabbed a Google-powered laptop. They opened Google Classroom, an app where teachers make assignments. Then …

Education

WATCH: These Common Models of Atoms Are Actually Totally Wrong

Thanks, quantum weirdness.<p>If you put "atom" into Google Image Search right now, pretty much all you're going to get is a crapload of click-arty …

7 Psychology based tips for Entrepreneurs to boost their sales

Share10<p>Tweet<p>Share8<p>+13<p>Shares 21<p>For being able to close sales effectively it is very important for entrepreneurs to understand the customers frame of …

Entrepreneurship

The Science Behind Why You Should Keep Reading Print Books

Every time we move, my husband and I have the same argument. “Do we have to take ALL of these books?” (The answer is always a dirty scowl and a “YES!”)<p>I have a ton of physical books that I insist on carting from house to house, state to state. It drives him crazy. Boxes of heavy books are not …

Google teams up with Improbable to recreate the real world in VR

Google is combining its tech might with London-based startup Improbable to launch a joint program that will help game developers build and test …

NASA Just Published Hundreds Of Stunning Gifs – These Are 10 Of The Best

You'll be blown away.<p>With access to Earth’s best telescopes and most distant spacecraft, it’s no surprise that NASA’s space photography is …

In The Next 5 Billion Years, The Sun Will Expand 100 Times Over – Destroying All Life On Earth

A newly discovered star sheds light on how ours will evolve.<p>In the next five billion years, the sun will expand to one hundred times its current …

This Genius Map Explains How Everything in Physics Is Connected

From space time to chaos theory.<p>Physics is a huge, complex field. It also happens to be one of the most fascinating, dealing with everything from …

A Nobel prize-winning physicist identified three simple steps to mastering any subject

I wasn’t always a good learner. I thought learning was all about the hours you put in. Then I discovered something that changed my life.<p>The famous Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman understood the difference between “knowing something” and “knowing the name of something,” and it’s one of …

Self-improvement

Space 360 Release First Panoramic View Of Earth From ISS In 4K Ultra HD (video)

The Space 360 project has this week released a new video which allows you to enjoy a view of Earth in 4K Ultra HD resolution and in 360 degree …

The Teenage Brain Is Wired to Learn—So Make Sure Your Students Know It

The potential that comes from neuroplasticity—the capacity to change the structure and function of the brain through learning—provides the foundation …

Teaching

Learning In The Age Of Digital Distraction

Maybe the smart phone's hegemony makes perfect evolutionary sense: Humans are tapping a deep urge to seek out information. Our ancient food-foraging survival instinct has evolved into an info-foraging obsession; one that prompts many of us today to constantly check our phones and multitask.<p>Monkey …

The Brain

NASA releases more than 1,000 photos of the eerie surface of Mars

Thanks to the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) and its powerful camera HiRISE, NASA has been able to release more than 1,000 images of the surface …

This Awesome Video Shows The Scale of The Universe in The Best Way Possible

I mean, we knew the Universe was big, but...<p>We get it. The Universe is epic, vast, and unknowable, and Earth is tiny. There are black holes billions …

Why Can't We Remember Our Early Childhood?

By Jeanne Shinskey<p>Most of us don't have any memories from the first three to four years of our lives.<p>In fact, we tend to remember very little of life before the age of seven. And when we do try to think back to our earliest memories, it is often unclear whether they are the real thing or just …

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Yes, New York Times, there is a scientific method

An awful op-ed about how science is no different than other disciplines misses some fundamental facts.<p><i>“Philosophy of science is about as useful to</i> …

Turbocharging a Cayman Makes it Faster, but Does it Make it Better?

Now that 987-generation Caymans are getting cheaper, people are slapping turbos to them. Here's how that works out.<p>The Cayman is considered to be one of the best modern sports cars Porsche has ever made. Its balance of power, handling, and usability make it appealing to anyone without an elitist …

The slow, sad, and ultimately predictable decline of 3D printing

I happen to own a 2004 model, a family car with a turbo (don't ask). Way back in December, before everyone started wondering whether 3D printing was on the deadpool, I tested out a MakerBot Replicator Mini for a few weeks. It was a heady time printing out Darth Vader replicas from Thingiverse and …

Darth Vader

The earliest companies weren't interested in their shareholders — or making money

Today, if you run a publicly traded corporation, shareholder activist Nell Minow of ValueEdge Advisors argues you work for your shareholders. Period.<p>"At the end of the day, you have to be making those decisions on behalf of the people who have entrusted their money to you," Minow said. "That's the …

Money

The OECD's Bizarre Idea About Facebook And The WhatsApp Purchase

The Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development is the rich country club: where the 30 odd rich countries go to ponder about what it means to be rich and how to stay being rich. The country equivalent of the billionaires mumbling over their cigars after dinner perhaps. It does actually …

Earth - Why there might be many more universes besides our own

Is our Universe one of many?<p>The idea of parallel universes, once consigned to science fiction, is now becoming respectable among scientists – at least, among physicists, who have a tendency to push ideas to the limits of what is conceivable.<p>In fact there are almost too many other potential …

The case for black holes being nothing but holograms just got even stronger

We can't see them because not even light can escape their gravitational pull, we have no idea what they're made of, and where does everything inside go once a black hole dies?<p>Physicists can't even agree on whether black holes are massive, three-dimensional behemoths, or just two-dimensional …

Physics

15 Extremely Underrated Films That Every Movie Buff Needs to See

The brilliant films of the last three decades that have fallen through the cracks of time.<p>There are so many films coming out at any given period that's it's impossible to keep track of them all. That's why we're always on the lookout for those diamonds in the rough, those films that speak to us and …

Hubble Unveils Deepest View Of The Universe Ever

To see farther out into the Universe than ever before, you must gather the greatest amount of light possible.<p>The way to do that is:<p>go to space,<br>• with the largest telescope you can,<br>• and observe a clear patch of sky for as long as you can.<p>In 1995, Hubble imaged a dark region of space with few stars and …

Universe

Reading on computer screens changes how your brain works, scientists say

Reading on computer screens and smartphones has made people unable to fully understand what they are reading as our brains retreat into focusing on small details rather than meanings, a study claims.<p>Researchers found that those who filled in forms, read short stories or studied using computer …

How Neuroscientists Explain the Mind-Clearing Magic of Running

<i>By Melissa Dahl</i><p>A good run can sometimes make you feel like a brand-new person. And, in a way, that feeling may be literally true. About three decades of research in neuroscience have identified a robust link between aerobic exercise and subsequent cognitive clarity, and to many in this field the …

The Brain

NASA releases 3 million photos of Earth

NASA has been capturing incredible images of Earth's surface since 1999. Using Japan's Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer …

“Batman v. Superman” isn’t a flop: A superhero movie that questions absolute power is tailor-made for 2016

<b>Henry Cavill in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" (Warner Bros. Entertainment)</b><p>With a record-breaking opening weekend, we shouldn’t completely write off Zack Snyder’s hero film as dumb spectacle<p>Matthew Rozsa<p>March 29, 2016 5:07pm (UTC)<p>The reviews are in for “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice”… …