Camille Campbell

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Nobody Knows Where Brainwaves Come From

Electric waves at the heart of neuroscience have no identifiable source.<p>W<i>ub-wub-wub-wub.</i> Brainwaves are electromagnetic proof that we are alive. …

New device can heal with a single touch, and even repair brain injuries

A new device developed at The Ohio State University can start healing organs in a "fraction of a second," researchers say.<p>The technology, known as Tissue Nanotransfection (TNT), has the potential to save the lives of car crash victims and even deployed soldiers injured on site. It's a dime-sized …

Ohio State University

The World's Top Sci-Fi Writers Predict What the World Will Look Like in 20 Years

XPRIZE Sci-Fi<p>Non-profit XPRIZE describes itself as “an innovation engine.” The organization facilitates contests pitting the best minds in science …

Science Fiction

Report: It takes 28 years for a millennial to save to buy a house in the San Francisco area

If an average San Francisco millennial kicked the latte habit to save 15 percent of his income annually, how long would it take him to buy a house?<p>Twenty-eight years, according to a report from rental app Adobo.<p>Here's the math: The median price of a home in the metro area - a U.S. Census …

Brilliant short story about being trapped in an infinite IKEA

The SCP Foundation features unsettling horror and SF stories, all posed as the technical reports of a secret international consortium whose job is to …

IKEA

'Hookers For Healthcare' Fear Trumpcare Just Like Everybody Else

“We have the same health concerns as other Americans,” said one sex worker.<p>The health care bill being debated in the Senate could have a devastating effect on millions of Americans, not least of all the country’s legal sex workers.<p>A few of them have refused to take that lying down ― politically …

Trump’s Travel Ban Could Be a Death Sentence for Queer Muslim Refugees

Four of the six countries targeted by the ban punish homosexuality by death. We spoke with a gay Muslim asylum seeker and experts to see what the ban portends for queer Muslims.<p>Since January 27th, the Trump administration has sought to ban US visitors from a number of Muslim-majority countries in …

Enter an Old School Cartoon Universe of Sketches and Sculptures

Artists Joakim Ojanen and Ryan Travis Christian bring their divergent practices together for a comically entertaining exhibition.<p>Though they may be vastly different in medium and form, the unlikely ceramic busts of Swedish artist Joakim Ojanen and the grainy black-and-white drawings of American …

A Search Engine for Programming Language Syntax Is a Pretty Good Idea

Coding very often means Googling.<p>The current search engine for programming language syntax is Google. Knowing how to search for information is a key skill in knowing how to program at all. You can know all of the algorithms and a half-dozen programming languages inside-out, but you will nonetheless …

‘Fake News’ Is a Tactic From the Vietnam War

President Donald Trump may be the most brazen, but he is not the first politician to call reporters the enemy. One of the most famous and enduring …

Vietnam War

Scientists Want You to Help Them Find Nearby Alien Planets Please

The Red Dots Campaign will target Ross 154, Barnard’s Star, and Proxima Centauri, three red dwarfs within ten light years of our solar system.<p>Hey, you: Want to help search for potentially habitable worlds around nearby alien suns? 'Course you do. Well, on Monday, the Pale Red Dot Campaign, the team …

Astronomy

Ride the Feedback: A Brief History of Guitar Distortion

Or, how one of music's happiest accidents went on to shape countless careers and spawn entire genres, from rock 'n' roll to experimental noise<p>The discovery of guitar distortion just may be one of the happiest accidents in modern music history. Born the bastard child of dysfunctional amplifiers, its …

Can We Ditch Dark Energy By Better Understanding General Relativity?

David Wiltshire and Alan Coley, <i>Dalhousie University</i><p>A renewed suggestion that dark energy may not be real — dispensing with 70% of the stuff in the universe — has reignited a longstanding debate.<p>Dark energy and dark matter are theoretical inventions that explain observations we cannot otherwise …

Bob Dylan Finally Gave His Required Nobel Prize Lecture. Here It Is.

"I hope what I say will be worthwhile and purposeful," Dylan started his lecture.<p>“Bob Dylan” the public artist is a cryptic puzzle. As some scholars may spend years piecing together an understanding of dead languages or obsolete technologies, those with similar Don Quixote-esque tendencies may try …

Our galaxy produces 9 trillion kilograms of antimatter a second—how?

New study proposes a (relatively) mundane source: a specific class of supernova.<p>Antimatter is rare in this Universe, but the Universe is a pretty big …

17 Retro AF Things '80s & 90s Kids Used To Do To Pass The Time

Trees died for us.

It’s not just Bernie: Socialism is back, and right-wingers have good reason to worry

<b>Eugene V. Debs; Bernie Sanders; Kshama Sawant (Wikimedia/AP/Elaine Thompson)</b><p>Decades after socialism became a death zone in American politics, its surprise comeback has conservatives scared<p>Conor Lynch<p>May 27, 2017 10:00am (UTC)<p>In a McCarthyite screed that appeared in the pages of National Review last …

This Museum Lets You Play 23 Classic Video Games from the 80s

An interactive exhibit at the Museum of Moving Image recreates the once grand youth entertainment complex.<p>At the height of the video arcade boom in the 80s, more than 10,000 individual arcade centers could be found in the US. These hubs of youth entertainment and favorite funnel for preteen pocket …

The Next ‘Star Wars’ Spin-Off Will Be Revealed Soon, And The Options Sound Promising

The <i>Star Wars</i> issue of <i>Vanity Fair</i> revealed a ton of information about <i>The Last Jedi</i> and some of the new characters we’ll be meeting this winter. But within, Kathleen Kennedy also dropped a few notes about what we can expect from the future in terms of the series’ anthology films. While <i>Rogue One</i> was a …

A rare look inside the wildest bar in 1970s New York

For a decade Max’s Kansas City ruled New York, becoming the premier spot to eat, drink, dance, party, and frolic. Proprietor Mickey Ruskin opened the nightclub and restaurant in 1965, drawing top talents like Allen Ginsberg. William S. Burroughs, and Robert Rauschenberg. But when Andy Warhol and …

50 Things You Might Not Know About Star Wars

The best way to celebrate Star Wars Day is to learn something new about a galaxy far, far away. So here are 50 fascinating facts about Hollywood's …

Fender made the Tesla of guitar amplifiers

It’s been rumored that rock musician Neil Young has sought out every last unit of a Fender amplifier model, called the Tweed Deluxe, that the company built in 1958 and ’59. He’s been using the amps onstage for the majority of his career, and built a convoluted device he calls “The Whizzer” to …

Ford Mustang

Rome unveils 'museum' metro station packed with hundreds of ancient artefacts found during construction

For Romans, the daily commute will never be the same again. The city on Friday unveiled a brand new underground station that boasts a trove of archeological treasures that were found during its construction.<p>They range from iron spearheads and gold coins decorated with emperors’ heads to a delicate …

7 Mediterranean Diet Formulas for a Week's Worth of Easy Dinners

We’ve all had dreams of living on the Mediterranean. Blue waters, white sand, and mountains looking fake in the background. But TBH, what we’re …

What Is Cinco De Mayo? The Amazing Underdog Story Behind The Holiday

What is Cinco de Mayo? Ask people in the US about its history and they’ll often respond that it’s Mexican Independence Day. Which, nope — that’s actually September 16th. The real reason we celebrate Cinco De Mayo is an amazing piece of military history in which a bankrupt, poorly armed, mostly …

These Blackout Shades Will Make You Feel Like You Live in a Penthouse

In New York City or London, no less.<p>Sensitive sleepers know blackout shades are a must. But they're not exactly known for being the prettiest accessory — until now. Ukrainian designers at HoleRoll found a way to combine functionality with fun. Seriously, tell us it wouldn't be totally delightful …

Dazzling Photographs of New York Subway on the 80’s

New York has one of the most famous metros on the planet. Swiss photographer Willy Spiller captured him in the 1980s and unveiled the series titled</i> …

Lost Photos of Clowns from the 70s

Veteran photographer Jill Freedman gives us a glimpse of life with a traveling circus.<p><i>Legendary photographer Jill Freedman has spent her career documenting the lives of people on the fringes of American society. These photos hail from her time traveling along the East Coast with the Clyde</i> …

Credit Cards

Pink Floyd Exhibition in London: Pictures

Margaret Atwood Just Schooled Us All On What '1984' Is Really About

Maybe the ending is actually... optimistic?<p>As you turned the last page of George Orwell’s <i>1984</i>, were you overwhelmed by a surge of fatalistic angst? The hero (uh, spoiler alert) has lost his quest to overthrow the totalitarian regime against which he had rebelled, and that seems to be that: No hope, …