It's unrealistic to expect that you can create a life that is 100% happy moments. Chasing a problem-free life actually makes you unhappy because every bump in the road is viewed as evidence of failure.
Nine months after launch, NASA’s MMS probes return "promising initial results." We tend to think of space as this totally empty vacuum, although the reality is that it's bubbling over with activity from
Some drugs can open you up to complete ecstasy, while others are complete boner killers. "A lot of people use a lot of different drugs," Matthew Johnson, a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences
NASA has released a stunning image of the remnants of a supernova taken by the agency’s Hubble Space Telescope. The image reveals a small section of the expanding remains of a massive star that exploded
Destiny developer Bungie announced earlier this year that it was preparing an exclusive package of in-game rewards in The Taken King for the game's most loyal players. The company showed off those unique
Editor’s note: Adam Evans is the co-founder and CTO of RelateIQ. When it comes to the task of finding and nurturing great engineering managers, misunderstandings at startups are all too common. It seems
Mercy for Animals, an animal rights group, released hidden-camera video on Wednesday that showed workers abusing chickens at what is identified as Park Ridge-based Koch Foods locations. The group asked
Welcome to the family! Scientists using CERN’s Large Hadron Collider in Europe have discovered two new subatomic particles. The discovery of the two related particles, submitted to the journal Physical
Was all the Higgs hoopla a bit premature? In a new paper that has raised eyebrows around the world, an international team of scientists says there is no proof that the particle whose discovery was confirmed
We tell 10 lies every week – but what’s the reasoning behind so many untruths? Lying can often be easier and kinder than the truth, and anybody who claims they’ve never lied is probably lying right then.
Charles Darwin worried about a possible hole in his theory of evolution, but some American scientists may just have plugged it. For about a billion years after the dawn of life on Earth, organisms didn't
First, you might notice that a critical part of the brain that helps us process emotions and make decisions appeared smaller than in the brains of the nonsmoker. But you would see something else, too:
The movie-making business has, unintentionally, helped make something more: a scientific discovery. One that you can experience first-hand in the film "Interstellar," coming out in US theaters everywhere