Scientist Julia Shaw explains false police confessions (and reports of alien abductions). We tend to think of memories as perfect little time capsules—important records of past events that matter to us
Last August, two amateur treasure hunters said they had "irrefutable proof" of the train. "The train isn't a needle in a haystack," Andrzej Gaik, a retired teacher and spokesman for the renewed effort
(CNN) — If you read a sentence (such as this one) about kicking a ball, neurons related to the motor function of your leg and foot will be activated in your brain. Similarly, if you talk about cooking
For 20 years Anjem Choudary stood on street corners, in shopping precincts, outside mosques, embassies and police stations and used his megaphone to drive a wedge between Muslims and the rest of Britain.
It's all about paying respect and preserving a tradition. How would you like to spend the night with the mummified remains of a long-dead relative? What sounds like a scene from some schlocky horror flick
As the saying goes, there are are two sides to every story. The story originator, the human brain, is no exception. The human brain is anatomically and functionally divided into two sides, or hemispheres.
Science says lasting relationships come down to—you guessed it—kindness and generosity. Every day in June, the most popular wedding month of the year, about 13,000 American couples will say “I do,” committing
Want to know who the original Dick is? We sure did. This article originally appeared on VICE Canada. When I was in elementary school, the first thing I did with new dictionaries was find the bad words,
Last week, I explained a simple neuroscience technique to reprogram your own brain in less than 60 seconds. Today, I'll explain a technique, based on the same principle, that allows you to quickly reprogram
Nearly 60 million people around the globe are displaced from their homes due to war, conflict, and persecution. That's the highest number ever on record-- one in every 122 humans on this planet. Many board