David Hutchinson

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Our Closest Earthlike Planet Appears to Be "Covered" in Water

Eep.<p>Back in August, astronomers announced the discovery of what appears to be an Earthlike exoplanet orbiting Proxima Centauri - a red dwarf star in …

Neuroscientists explain why control freaks are ineffective leaders

Whether you're an IT manager locking down access and permissions to IT-business collaboration tools, or a micromanager who forces a process on her employees to get work done, you may be negatively affecting business productivity.<p>Historically, leaders have controlled employees rather than connecting …

Dramatic video and photos from Paris attacks shared on social media

Dozens of people have been killed in a series of attacks in Paris.<p>Though the situation in Paris is ongoing, images and video have begun to be shared …

Social Media

10 Invaluable Leadership Lessons From 5 Very Different Leaders

Actual textbook physics problem

<i>You are kidnapped by political-science majors (who are upset<br>because you told them political science is not a real science).<br>Although blindfolded, you</i> …

Science

NASA's New Horizon captures 'near-true color' images of Pluto (VIDEO)

The US space agency has published the first 'near-true color' images of the remote dwarf planet Pluto and its largest satellite taken by the New …

Pentagon's YouTube war with Russia

After Russian jet buzzes U.S. warship, Defense Department posts video to sway public opinion.<p>The West’s simmering standoff with Russia has prompted the Pentagon to reach for a new weapon: YouTube.<p>Defense officials have concluded it’s no longer enough to lodge formal complaints when Russian bombers …

Military

FTC sues four cancer charities over $187 million scam

The Federal Trade Commission has accused four cancer charities of defrauding well-meaning donors for over $187 million. Today, the FTC and law enforcement groups from all 50 states have filed a complaint against the Cancer Fund of America, Cancer Support Services, Children’s Cancer Fund of America, …

There Is Growing Evidence that Our Universe Is a Giant Hologram

If this depiction of space is correct, then like any computer, there is an inherent limit to the universe’s data storage and processing capacity.<p>If a friend told you that we were all living in a giant hologram, you'd probably tell him to lay off the kush. But incredibly, physicists across the world …

We're going to detect alien life in the next decade, but not where you might think

The bad news is that the first alien life forms humankind will likely discover will be too far away to ever visit. But the great news is that we could detect these exotic beings extremely soon:<p>"I think we're probably going to be able to detect life on another planet in the next decade or so," …

'Venus Zone' Narrows Search for Habitable Exoplanets

Long before the hunt began to find Earth lookalikes around other stars, one planet in the solar system had already been named Earth's twin.<p>With its …

Universe

Sprint CEO tries to get back in the game with Apple's iPhone 6

CUPERTINO, Calif. -- On his first day as CEO of Sprint, Marcelo Claure didn't spend his time greeting employees in the company's Kansas headquarters. Instead, he traveled to Cupertino to meet with Apple CEO Tim Cook.<p>Sprint didn't start offering the iPhone until the fourth generation of the device …

Mobile Technology

While you were sleeping, your brain was working overtime

Sleep has profound importance in our lives, such that we spend a considerable proportion of our time engaging in it. Sleep enables the body—including the brain—to recover metabolically, but contemporary research has been moving to focus on the active rather than recuperative role that sleep has on …

Sleep

Could a wormhole in our galaxy take us to another UNIVERSE?

Could a wormhole in our galaxy take us to another UNIVERSE? Interstellar-style 'space time tunnel' may exist in the Milky Way<p><b>If a wormhole exists, it</b> …

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USA TODAY

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Apps

Octavarium (U.S. Version) - Dream Theater

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Why we all fell in love with Rosetta's Philae lander

In 1969, the whole world crowded around their televisions to watch mankind make its first moon landing. On Wednesday, it seemed as if the whole world crowded around their computers instead -- this time to watch the European Space Agency drop a probe onto the surface of a speeding comet.<p>Comet …

Space

Obamacare 2.0 kicks off with few hitches

Wow...it seems healthcare.gov actually works this time.<p>Obamacare 2.0 opened for enrollment early Saturday morning with less fanfare and fewer glitches than a year ago. I was able to easily create an account and, aside from some consumers having trouble remembering passwords and confirming their …

Eurozone dodges triple-dip recession but submerges in 'lost decade'

Italian ex-minister warned that “Titanic Europe” is heading for a shipwreck, demanding an “orderly break-up” of the euro unless there is a radical change of course<p>The eurozone has averted a triple-dip recession but remains stuck in a deep structural slump, with too little momentum to create jobs or …

Interstellar: the truth about wormholes

Christopher Nolan's new film, Interstellar, sees astronauts leaping across galaxies via a 'wormhole'. Could it one day be possible?<p>The universe wasn't designed to make life easy for science-fiction writers. Nowhere is this more obvious than if you are trying to write a grand space opera.<p>You know …

Bank Of Japan Announces More Quantitative Easing: The Next Chapter In Abenomics

Last week, as the Federal Reserve officially announced the end of its long-term asset purchase program (commonly known as QE3), the Bank of Japan significantly ratcheted up its own quantitative easing program, in a surprising 5-4 split decision. Starting next year, the Bank of Japan will increase …

Do Oslo's Olympic cold feet signal a shift in international sport?

The procedure, now, is commonplace. A glitzy stage, manned by executives in suits, an envelope dramatically opened. Then, cheers from representatives of the successful bid.<p>Despite these regular, euphoric scenes not every country seems to have aspirations to host a major sporting event. Earlier this …

Soft + Romantic Summer Winery Wedding

From the Bride... <i>James and I are both very close to our families, so when searching for a location we envisioned a venue where we could celebrate the</i> …

How to Stay Productive Working From Home

5 min read<p>This story originally appeared on FOX BUSINESS<p>Working from home can be convenient to employees and help companies save money, but it’s not the right fit for every worker. Distractions are plentiful when you are home, and often it’s only the most disciplined who can remain productive and …

Time Management