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How to train your brain by thinking like an expert

Gary Klein is one of most influential psychologists today. In his 2013 book, "Seeing What Others Don't", he postulated a model categorising all types …

NASA is recycling Space Shuttle engines for a very important purpose

When finished, this rocket will be able to launch up to 2.16 million pounds into space. That kind of weight requires a powerful engine — four of them, to be precise.<p>NASA will use four RS-25 engines — along with two rocket boosters — to get the SLS from ground to space and on its way to Mars. …

Space Exploration

NASA’s Plan to Save the World: Let’s Slam a Spacecraft Into an Asteroid

In a plan fit for Michael Bay, NASA is going to ram a spacecraft into an asteroid. Why? To see how much force is necessary to stop one from …

NASA Totally Found an Alien Crab on Mars and Didn't Tell Anybody

And then—get this—THEN they accidentally posted a picture of it online. And then some people spotted it and called a<p>spade a spadecrab a crab. Hey …

UFOs

10 of the smartest animals on Earth

Humans aren't the only intelligent creatures on the planet.<p>Humans aren't the only intelligent creatures on Earth. As National Geographic points out, …

9 Proven Success Factors That Can Accelerate Your Career and Life

Give Brian Tracy's unique success factors a try and watch your success in career and life accelerate.<p>Brian Tracy is a highly recognized and sought-after speaker, coach, trainer, and author who travels extensively around the world. His presentations and seminars cover a multitude of areas, including …

Here's what it would take to colonize the largest planet in the solar system

Just a few videos ago, I blew minds with a "How to" on terraforming the Moon. Once we've developed a Solar System spanning civilization and have claimed mastery over the laws of physics, and have common-place technology which staggers and dwarf our current comprehension of what's possible it should …

Astronomy

NHS accused of 'shambles' as dying cancer sufferers denied drugs

Cancer patients lose access to 'game-changing' immunotherapy drugs, as radical treatment is licensed for use across Europe<p>A cancer drug hailed as one of the biggest breakthroughs since chemotherapy will not be made available on the NHS, despite research showing it doubles survival.<p>Charities last …

Mysterious Balls of Goo Are Rolling Onto American Beaches

Weird & Wild<p>These thumbnail-size animals may look like jellyfish stripped of their tentacles, but they're actually a lot weirder than that.<p>Stranded jellyfish are common sights along beaches around the world. Some places can see up to a billion animals coating the sand. But beachgoers along the U.S. …

New Jersey

Top 10 universities for physics and astronomy - Telegraph

North Korean girl bands are performing socialist classics in seedy hotels on China's border to help Pyongyang's economy

Young and good-looking, the seven-piece group bear a striking similarity to the Moranbong band, a North Korean musical phenomenon who have been accorded huge success since their members were hand-selected by leader Kim Jong-Un.<p>Now, imitators from Pyongyang are performing in Chinese border towns, …

North Korea

PICTURED: Now alien chasers claim 'Moon-sized UFO space stations' are orbiting the Sun

YouTube UFO channel Myunhauzen74 claims “various types of UFOs” are seen orbiting the Sun in images from NASA's near real-time images from its …

HugeDomains.com - Viwaa.com is for sale (Viwaa)

Hurry - once it's sold this opportunity will be gone!<p>Besides being memorable, .com domains are unique: This is the one and only .com name of it's …

Oceans Could Rise Faster Than Projected, Top Climate Scientist Says

A new report by top climate change scientists looks back more than 120,000 years to a previous period when the Earth warmed up, and raises the possibility of a near future where sea levels rise far faster and higher than previous projections if carbon emissions are not curtailed.<p>“It is unlikely …

How To Dramatically Improve Your Memory

Memory isn’t about stuffing your head with facts; it’s about honing your creativity. Here’s how.<p>Ever wandered into a store and quickly realized you’ve forgotten what you need? Or been introduced to someone and forget their name by the time they walk away?<p>Don’t worry; you’re not alone. A 2007 survey …

Scientists Have Finally Discovered Massless Particles, And They Could Revolutionise Electronics

They can theoretically carry charge 1,000 times faster than ordinary electrons.<p>After 85 years of searching, researchers have confirmed the existence …

This Trait Can Predict If A 5-Year-Old Will Grow Up To Be A Successful Adult

Want your kid to succeed? Teach them to play well with others.<p>Watching a young child playing with others can reveal a great deal about who they are -- and who they'll be in 20 years.<p>That's the conclusion of an eye-opening new study from Pennsylvania State University.<p>The longitudinal study, which …

Emotional Intelligence

There is something very, very strange going on inside the heads of people using this fast-acting psychedelic

<b>(Alex Mit via Shutterstock)</b><p>Aliens? Elves? Cosmic elder gods? All three?<p>Phillip Smith<p>July 23, 2015 9:30am (UTC)<p>This article originally appeared on AlterNet<p>Have you encountered stick men, machine elves or other discarnate entities while tripping brains on DMT? If so, you're not alone. The use of the …

Psychedelia

Everything Is Made Of Waves; Also, Particles

Everything in the universe has both particle and wave nature, at the same time.They’re really just different language describing the same mathematical object.

Can rice give you cancer? 'Not if you cook it in a coffee percolator'

Rice contains high levels of arsenic because it is grown in flood plains, but steaming it in a coffee percolator removes most of the poison<p>Rice should be cooked in a coffee percolator because it contains dangerous levels of carcinogenic arsenic, scientists have said.<p>People who eat a lot of rice are …

Nasa releases amazing high-resolution picture of sunlit Earth from one million miles away

Nasa has released the first image taken from its new deep space satellite DSCOVR<p>If Carl Sagan was impressed with the Pale Blue Dot, he would have been equally blown away by this incredible image (launch high-resolution version) of Earth taken from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric …

The strange phenomenon of musical 'skin orgasms'

Some people feel music so strongly the sensations can be compared to sex. How does a good song move the body and mind in this way, asks David Robson.<p>Sometimes music strikes the body like a bolt of lightning. “I was in a friend’s dorm room in my third year as an undergraduate,” Psyche Loui …

Nasa may have found the most Earth-like planet to date

<i>UPDATE: Nasa has now announced its findings. Read all about it here.</i><p>Nasa may have just found the closest thing to an Earth-like planet in the …

Astronomy

We Made It To Pluto! Or At Least We're 99.999 Percent Sure We Did

Can you feel the love?<p>Mankind won the solar system today. We met the “King of the Kuiper Belt” and took his picture. And we explored a new planet for the first time in decades. The New Horizons flyby of Pluto means we've now seen every type of world that revolves around our Sun, from the rocky …

Photographing Pluto: This Is How New Horizons Works

A montage of New Horizons' images of Jupiter and its volcanic moon Io, taken during the spacecraft's Jupiter flyby in ea<p>... VIEW MORE<p>NASA/Johns …

Footer Crest

As global populations swell, farmers are cultivating more and more land in a desperate bid to keep pace with the ever-intensifying needs of humans.<p>As …

Standing Up for the Concert Photographer… By Standing on Their Neck

Last week, the <i>Washington City Paper</i> made a stand against what it considered an unfair concert photography contract presented by the Foo Fighters with …