Inês Ruivo

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New Zealand's ONLY Mens Lifestyle Magazine

M2 June 2018 - LATEST ISSUE!<p>May 25, 2018<p>Fancy travelling in style? Well, now you very much can with this new baggage companion, newly released into …

Top 20+ Smartest People Who Ever Lived

Making a list of the smartest people who ever lived may not be a smart thing to do. After all, intelligence can be measured in a variety of different …

Gravitational Waves Mean We Could One Day Hear The Very First Sounds Of The Big Bang

Turns out, Einstein's theory was right.<p>Scientists confirmed last year what Albert Einstein had predicted 100 years ago in his general theory of relativity. Physicists from the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory detected gravitational waves, or ripples in spacetime, for the first …

Albert Einstein

What Do Black Holes Sound Like?

Janna Levin, professor of physics and astronomy at Barnard College and author of <i>Black Hole Blues</i>, describes the noise that black holes make this way: “You could say black holes are playing drums out there. Space-time is the drum, and black holes are the mallets.” The collision of two black holes, …

Black Holes

14 stunning photos of everyday life in Thailand

With its bustling cities, gorgeous beaches, and rich cultural history, Thailand is a hot spot for tourists. In 2014, more than 24 million visitors traveled there to experience its unique sites first-hand. Photo-sharing app EyeEm recently hosted a Thailand-centric contest that asked photographers to …

Neuroscience confirms that to be truly happy, you will always need something more

What’s the sign of a life well lived? If you were to judge by LinkedIn resumes alone, you might be impressed by prestigious job titles and accolades. But in person, the importance of these formal achievements quickly fades away. Regardless of career success, there can be something very dispiriting, …

Neuroscience

Confessions of a Mask

I get a sense of discomfort every time I get back to Tokyo from a trip abroad. I feel it from the silent and cold impersonal impression of the abnormally clean streets that seem to cover up something lying underneath. It seems as though the landscape is immune to the dire influences of chaos and …

Proof of the Soul

I was brushing my teeth yesterday when it suddenly occurred to me that proof of the soul--the much maligned intangible essence that far too many scientists, materialists and behavioral psychologists like to marginalize as "brain epiphenomenon"--was staring me right in the face.<p>In fact, my face had …

Physics

The 50 podcasts you need to hear

Harriet Gibsone, Stuart Heritage, Gwilym Mumford, Louis Pattison, Jack Seale, Bella Todd & Hannah Verdier

Here are the biggest reasons why Google refuses to hide webpages under the 'right to be forgotten'

The "right to be forgotten" came into force for Google in 2014. Using an online form, residents could enter the URL they want delisted from search results and the reason why.<p>Technology startup Reputation VIP runs a service that sends people's requests onto Google. It says that it sent 8.3% of the …

Privacy

What Your Dreams REALLY Mean — 6 Common Signs

There are few things more mysterious than our own dreams.<p>Scientists have learned a lot over the years about what's happening in our brains, …