Chris Marquez

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Hole Drilled to Bottom of Earth's Crust, Breakthrough to Mantle Looms

<b>Seeking the elusive 'Moho'</b><p>Scientist said this week they had drilled into the lower section of Earth's crust for the first time and were poised to …

Making a 'Future Self Friday'

A few months ago, I made a key change to my work schedule. I was feeling frustrated that I never felt as though I had enough time for long-term …

You Can Determine What You Value by Where You Spend Your Time

"Knowing you need to make a change isn't enough. You've got to find the guts to do it."--Robert Kiyosaki<p>Poor sales management is at epidemic proportions in today's business environment. Sales reps don't quit a company; they quit the manager.<p>Recently, I had been prepping for a sales manager …

10 Daily Habits of Extremely Productive Leaders | Inc.com

Part of being CEO and founder of a company is learning to navigate the different tasks, people and opportunities that are constantly competing for your time. That's the nature of the beast. The discipline lies in being strategic about your schedule to maximize your time and productivity. Below are …

Time Management

Forget Time Management. Do This Instead | Inc.com

How much do you think about time management? If you're like most busy professionals, the answer is, quite a lot. You're always trying to squeeze the most productivity you can out of every minute you spend at work. You hate being limited by the 24-hour day.<p>Managing our limited time is well and good, …

Love Myself

New Li-Fi Internet Is 100 Times Faster Than Wi-Fi

The inventor of the electric lightbulb could hardly have imagined that one day his creation would be used not only to illuminate homes around the …

Internet of Things

'Killer cells' seek and destroy lymph node tumors - Futurity

Newly-developed "super natural killer cells" have only one mission: Seek out cancer cells in lymph nodes and take them down.

Dubai Is Buying Jetpacks For Its Firefighters

Sky-high prices are no obstacle to sky-high rescue<p>The future is already here -- it’s just mostly in Dubai. This week, the city, part of the United Arab Emirates, signed a deal with real-life jetpack maker Martin Aircraft Company to purchase 20 jetpacks for first responders. Why do rescue workers …

Future Cities

Google releases its artificial intelligence software into the wild

Google is open-sourcing its machine learning system, TensorFlow, in the hope that it will accelerate research into artificial intelligence<p>Google has announced that it is releasing its artificial intelligence software into the wild, allowing third-party developers to contribute to its …

Low-hanging fruit: scientists unlock pineapple's genetic secrets

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The pineapple, the tropical fruit enjoyed by people worldwide in slices, chunks, juice, upside-down cakes, jam, tarts, ice cream, yogurt, stir-fry dishes, piña coladas, glazed ham and even Hawaiian pizza, is finally giving up its genetic secrets.<p>Scientists on Monday said they …

Photosynthesis

Rising deaths among white middle-aged Americans could exceed Aids toll in US

A sharp rise in death rates among white middle-aged Americans has claimed nearly as many lives in the past 15 years as the spread of Aids in the US, researchers have said.<p>The alarming trend, overlooked until now, has hit less-educated 45- to 54-year-olds the hardest, with no other groups in the US …

Public Health

12 Things to Eat for a Flatter Stomach

Bye, bloat.<p>There's no shame in showing off your midriff in a bikini or crop top — ever. But it doesn't feel good to bare your belly when you're uncomfortably bloated.<p>Common culprits are constipation, fluid retention, and gas from swallowed air and the byproducts of digestion, all of which are easy …

Physical Differences Found in Brains of People Who Respond Either Emotionally or Rationally

<b>Researchers at Monash University have found physical differences in the brains of people who respond emotionally to others’ feelings, compared to</b> …

Books All Young Entrepreneurs Should Read

Page: 1 2<p>Reading is fundamental, that’s an old-school mantra that applies to existing business owners and those just starting out. Learning about …

Entrepreneurship

Scientists just created the coldest substance on Earth, and it has some really weird properties

Scientists have created such superchilled atoms, these are the coldest molecules (which are two or more atoms chemically connected) ever created, the scientists said. The achievement could reveal the wacky physics thought to occur at jaw-droppingly cold temperatures.<p>At normal everyday temperatures, …

Israeli Court Finds No Evidence 'Lost Tomb Of Jesus' Is A Fraud

An Israeli court has ruled that a claimed “lost tomb of Jesus” described in a 2007 documentary by the same name is not a fraud, reviving a debate over Jesus' life and death.<p>The documentary, produced by James Cameron and written by Israeli-born filmmaker Simcha Jacobovici, contends there's evidence …

New Species of Ancient Human Found in Africa

A new species of ancient human has been discovered in Ethiopia.<p>Researchers found approximately 3.5 million-year-old jaw bones and teeth in the Afar …

Earth ate a Mercury-like body early in its history, study finds

A Mercury-like body smashed into a young Earth and gave our planet's core the radioactive elements necessary to generate a magnetic field, a pair of Oxford geochemists say.<p>Without that magnetic field, there would be no shield to protect us from the onslaught of radiation constantly bombarding Earth …

Rare Earth

Google is developing cancer and heart attack detector

<b>Google is aiming to diagnose cancers, impending heart attacks or strokes and other diseases, at a much earlier stage than is currently possible.</b><p>The company is working on technology that combines disease-detecting nanoparticles, which would enter a patient's bloodstream via a swallowed pill, with a …