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10 Ways to Make (and Keep) Friendships as an Adult

When it comes to relationships, romance often grabs the spotlight. A simple glance in the self-help aisle of any bookstore reveals a thousand ways to …

Is Death an Illusion? Quantum Physics Perspective

Most scientists would probably say that the concept of an afterlife is either nonsense, or at the very least unprovable.<p>Yet one expert claims he has …

A Beginners Guide To Meditation

Meditation

Can Two People Repopulate Earth?

Short answer: Maybe, but they'd be very busy<p>Sci-Fi movies present no shortage of doomsday scenarios--asteroids, climate change and supervolcanoes just to name a few. But let’s say that one of these situations actually occurs, and humans are annihilated with the exception of one male and one female. …

San Francisco

RebelMouse vs. WordPress VIP

After building the product for Huffington Post, and owning the product and engineering groups at AOL after we were acquired, it was clear to me there …

Earth - How weird is our Solar System?

The solar system is familiar. It's home. You've probably learned about all the planets in school, memorising their names and their order of distance from the sun.<p>The four planets closest to the sun are rocky, with solid surfaces you can walk or land a spacecraft on. Then you have the four outer …

Universe

NASA Is Sending Some Lucky Yeast Into Radiation-Filled Deep Space

Where no yeast has gone before<p>BioSentinel--it sounds like Hollywood’s next big sci-fi film. Rather, it's one of NASA’s upcoming missions, with the goal of studying the long-term effects of radiation on human cells. The mission, run by scientists at NASA’s Ames Research Center, will be the first …

Space Exploration

Strange Signal from Space May Solve One of Science's Greatest Mysteries

A clue to one of the biggest questions in cosmology — why regular matter, rather than antimatter, survived to fill the universe — may have been found …

Are Dying Carbon Stars The Ultimate Source Of Our DNA?

News of recent lab experiments — demonstrating how chemical “cosmic barbecues” around nearby dying carbon-rich stars might have created life’s prebiotic building blocks — glossed over one key point. That is, would enough of such material have survived the journey from interstellar space through …

Universe