Brett Bauer

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How to feel amazing before 8 a.m.

In the first 60-120 minutes of your day, you can change your entire life.<p>You can routinely get yourself into a “peak” or heightened state of mind and …

Immune System

5 do-it-all exercise moves that work your entire body at once

Going to workout can be an overwhelming (albeit endorphin-boosting!) experience. When I walk into a gym, for instance, I’m greeted by the vast …

Muscle

4 Is the Magic Number for Great Conversations, New Research Reveals

Meaningful conversations are incredibly powerful. They ease our loneliness, spur thinking, and according to research, boost happiness. In business they are a wellspring of creativity and decision-making wisdom.<p>But while great conversation is incredibly valuable, it's also elusive. Sometimes a group …

William Shakespeare

How Will Police Solve Murders on Mars?

Mars P.D. will have to deal with new blood-spatter patterns, different body decay rates, and space-suit sabotage—and they won’t be able to fire guns indoors.<p>If humans ever go to Mars, the worst of our impulses will accompany us there. The Red Planet will not rid us of murder, violence, and …

University of California

Elon Musk’s SpaceX plans to fly a Japanese billionaire and several artists on a tourist trip around the moon

Elon Musk attempted to write the next chapter in his quest to open up space to the masses by announcing on Monday night the first paying tourist that his company, SpaceX, seeks to fly on a trip around the moon. Speaking at SpaceX’s headquarters outside of Los Angeles, he introduced Yusaku Maezawa, …

Business

Quantum entanglement of the spin and orbital angular momentum of photons using metamaterials

AAAS login provides access to <i>Science</i> for AAAS members, and access to other journals in the <i>Science</i> family to users who have purchased individual …

Quantum Mechanics

Magnetic interfaces as sources of coherent spin waves

Author(s): V. D. Poimanov, A. N. Kuchko, and V. V. KruglyakWe have developed a simple but general analytical theory that elucidates the mechanism of …

Magnetism

James Jeans and the Theory of Continuous Creation

James Hopwood Jeans (1877-1946)<p>On September 11, 1877, English physicist, astronomer and mathematician <b>James Hopwood Jeans</b> was born. Jeans was the …

Princeton University

Combined adult neurogenesis and BDNF mimic exercise effects on cognition in an Alzheimer’s mouse model

Structured Abstract<p>INTRODUCTION<p>Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common form of age-related dementia, characterized by cognitive impairment, …

Cognitive Impairment

The nature of time

What is time? It might seem an easy question to answer, but it isn’t. Physics has revealed that time is far more complex than our intuition suggests. …

Thermodynamics

This is how to raise emotionally intelligent kids: 5 secrets from research

Dealing with kids ain’t easy. They need an exhausting amount of attention and help.<p>Behavioral psychologists have observed that preschoolers typically …

Self-improvement

Apple finally moves beyond the shadow of Steve Jobs with a truly life-changing product

Some industry watchers believed that Apple couldn't move out of the shadow of Steve Jobs and carve out for itself a new and different direction. …

Apple Watch

The Ultimate Guide to the Best Business Podcasts

<i>This article originally ran in Term Sheet, Fortune’s newsletter about deals and dealmakers.</i> <i>Sign up here.</i><p>I recently asked <i>Term Sheet</i> readers for their …

Entrepreneurship

Scientists Have Detected an Entirely New Visual Phenomenon in The Human Eye

We can see more than we thought.<p>New research suggests the human eye and brain are capable of seeing ghosted images, a new type of visual phenomenon …

Albert Einstein

The Strange Numbers That Birthed Modern Algebra

The 19th-century discovery of numbers called “quaternions” gave mathematicians a way to describe rotations in space, forever changing physics and …

Physics

6 Time Management Tips for Naturally Disorganized People

People who believe they thrive in chaos typically have to work alone.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>A big part of being successful at time management is being organized. But what if you happen to be a disorganized person? It’s nothing to be ashamed of. After all, you …

Time Management

Life's purpose rests in our mind's spectacular drive to extract meaning from the world

What is the purpose of life? Whatever you may think is the answer, you might, from time to time at least, find your own definition unsatisfactory. …

Philosophy

How To Give Negative Feedback More Effectively

Feedback is a manager’s best tool, but it’s only effective when it’s delivered properly. Positive feedback is typically straightforward and easy to provide, but negative feedback can be more complicated and difficult to deliver. When it’s not delivered properly, employees aren’t receptive to it. …

Employment

Our Motion Through Space Isn't A Vortex, But Something Far More Interesting

There are a lot of moving parts to the Universe, as nothing exists in isolation. There are literally trillions of large masses in our Solar System, all orbiting around the galactic center on timescales of hundreds of millions of years. But there’s a viral video, parts 1 and 2, that claims that as …

Solar System

Why Personal Branding Is Key To Career Success -- And How To Create Yours

I once had a client, let’s call him Jim, who came to me with a question: <i>do I need a personal brand to be successful</i>?<p>My answer was a whole-hearted, resounding, yes!<p>Personal branding is crucial to cultivating a successful career. Marketing yourself and your career as a brand is more than just about …

Personal Branding

This 32-Minute Morning Routine Is the Best Way to Start Your Day, According to Science

Are you on the path to personal mastery and self-improvement? If so (and I hope you are), I want to offer you a powerful daily morning routine that has four key themes: giving, gratitude, breathing, and growing (in that order).<p>But fair warning: Sometimes when we think about self-improvement, we …

Business Strategy

The Consolations of Physics by Tim Radford – review

The Big Bang inflated the baby universe from a subatomic speck to the size of a beach ball<p>The space probe Voyager 1 was launched on 5 September 1977. Its identical twin, Voyager 2, had a 16-day head start on their grand tour of the outer planets. Each had a computing system with about one-millionth …

Physics

30 days to a smarter and better brain: How to rapidly improve how you think

Everyone wants a better, and smarter brain to process information faster and have better memory recall.<p>The most brilliant minds don’t have more brain …

The Brain

15 handy Samsung Bixby tricks you need to know

Samsung's assistant Bixby can do a wide range of tasks on your phone. Once you've learned the basics, here are 15 additional tricks that will help you get the most out of your assistant.<p>Add quick commands<p>Don't want to memorize long strings of commands? You can shorten them by going to <b>My Bixby</b> ></b> …

Bixby

Physicists Say They've Come Up With a Mathematical Model For a Viable Time Machine

"Mathematically, it is possible."<p>Physicists have come up with what they claim is a mathematical model of a theoretical "time machine" - a box that …

Physics

Louise Leakey: Digging for humanity's origins

Why humans run the world | Yuval Noah Harari

The Web 3.0: The Web Transition Is Coming

Transitioning from web 2.0 to the 3.0 version is going to likely go unnoticed by most people. The applications are going to look almost exactly like …

Social Media

10 Things Unstoppable People Do That Average People Don't

Most people can't handle success, authority, or privilege. It destroys them. It makes them lazy.<p>Are you unstoppable or average?<p>Do you get derailed by prior success?<p>Are you thinking linearly or exponentially?<p>Do you do these 10 things?<p>1. Don't get crushed by success.<p><i>Success can become a catalyst for</i> …

The One Odd Trait Most Successful People Have That Is Often Confused For A Weakness

Pain moves us. Comfort keeps us still.<p>This is why people color their hair or move to Costa Rica right after a breakup. It’s why people find the courage to start their own businesses only after they’ve been let go or burned by their old job. It is also why people find it so hard to initiate change …

Success