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Neuroscientists Figured Out What Unconsciousness Looks Like in the Brain

Just because it's unconscious doesn't mean it's not on.<p>The human brain is the only reason our species has survived on this planet for so long, but …

Consciousness

The Bottom of The Ocean Has Started Sinking Under The Weight of Melting Glaciers

Jeez.<p>Decades of measurements and predictions of sea level rise could have underestimated the scale of the problem, experts warn, due to scientists …

Global Warming

Teen Brains Find It Hard to Work Out What's Actually Important

Like, whatever.<p>Even when we're teenagers, our brains still have a lot of developing to do. New research suggests that teenage brains haven't matured …

The Brain

Rapid collapse of Antarctic glaciers could wipe out every coastal city in the world by the end of this century

<i>This story originally appeared on Grist.</i><p>In a remote region of Antarctica known as Pine Island Bay, 2,500 miles from the tip of South America, two glaciers hold human civilization hostage.<p>Stretching across a frozen plain more than 150 miles long, these glaciers, named Pine Island and Thwaites, have …

Climate Change

Ask This 1 Question at Every Job Interview to Increase Your Chances of Being Hired | Inc.com

Imagine it's zero hour and the administrative assistant calls you in for the job interview. It took you a long time to land this interview and you don't want to go home without the job.<p>The process of interviewing can be intimidating. There are so many things you need to know. What should you wear? …

Employment

Four American women attacked with acid in France

Police say that the women were treated in a hospital, but did not call the attack terror related<p>Four American tourists were attacked with acid in southern France on Sunday, injuring at least two of them, the Associated Press reported.<p>They were attacked by a 41-year-old woman at a train station in …

Extremism

How to Do Less When You Have More to Do | Inc.com

Time management is not always all it's cracked up to be. When you apply it successfully, you end up doing more--not less--of what you need to be doing.<p>Most people who follow time management programs find that they actually decrease their productivity and effectiveness.<p>If you want to get things …

Time Management

Want to Raise Your IQ by 23 Percent? Neuroscience Says Take Up This Simple Habit | Inc.com

There are two types of intelligence: crystallized intelligence and fluid intelligence.<p>Crystallized intelligence is your ability to utilize information, skills, and experience already learned -- basically, it's cerebral knowledge. This tends to build as you age, and is emphasized in most Western …

Meditation

Why Deep Learning Is Suddenly Changing Your Life

<b>By Roger Parloff</b><p>Illustration by Justin Metz<p>September 28, 2016, 5:00 PM EDT<p>Decades-old discoveries are now electrifying the computing industry and …

Artificial Intelligence

The truth about superfoods

How hipster is seaweed? Are avocados actually a disaster for the environment? Do goji berries really make you live for ever? We examine the evidence<p>Few lies can be told in one word, but “superfood” manages it. It is such an appealing idea: that some foods are healthy, some unhealthy and some …

Nutrition

The Oldest Hotels in America (That Are Actually Worth a Visit)

History enthusiast or not, there’s no denying the oldest hotels in the U.S. hold a certain romantic allure. After all, their rooms have been reserved …

The Best Movies of 2016 (So Far): Punk Rockers, Sexing Sausages, and One Horny Politician

Believe it or not, there have been plenty of standout films released so far this year—and from some very unlikely places. Here are the best of the …

Entertainment - MarketWatch.com

The contestants on the reality competition’s 10th season shared their approaches to saving, investing and running a small business.<p>3:32 p.m. …

Mark Zuckerberg

These Are the Only MTV VMA Moments That Actually Mattered

There's a reason people watch every year, and it's not the awards.<p>The MTV VMAs are the reality television of award shows. Each year they bring a conglomeration of scripted events, high drama, and inflated personalities to one televised event. But, for what they lack in handing out actual …

Miley Cyrus

Britney Spears Carpool Karaoke

James Corden

Drake tells Rihanna he's loved her since he was 22 as fans beg him to propose at VMAs

Drake almost had the whole of Madison Square Garden in tears as he presented Rihanna with the Michael Jackson Vanguard Award at the MTV Video Music …

Michael Jackson

Trump's slump in Nascar country deepens Republican fears of defeat

Even at the Hall of Fame in North Carolina, pessimism is rising as fast as the billionaire falls in the polls, threatening GOP control of Congress<p>One month on from a precipitous collapse in Donald Trump’s poll ratings, many Republicans are no longer asking whether he can win the White House, but …

Republicans

10 Times Actors Had Real Sex In Mainstream Movies or On-Screen

With world cinema getting bolder and bolder day by day, actors have to push hard to their limits. Some actors get so much indulged in their roles …

Your Doctor Could Soon Make Hologram House Calls

The virtual future of health care<p>In early October, the University of Southern California's Center for Body Computing hosted a conference to discuss the futuristic technologies that could work their way into medicine and health care. During the event, they announced a new type of health clinic, …

Health Care

Specialized healthcare may be lacking under Obamacare plans | Reuters

(Reuters Health) - Some health insurance plans sold on the Affordable Care Act’s federal marketplace may not provide reasonable access to medical specialists, new research suggests.<p>The federal government forms for applying for health coverage are seen at a rally held by supporters of the Affordable …

Health Care

Climate-Denying Weather Channel Founder Frets About A Hillary Clinton Victory

Lingering U.S. political debate over whether human activity is causing climate change could be settled once and for all by the 2016 presidential election, according to John Coleman, a climate change denier who co-founded The Weather Channel.<p>Coleman, a retired TV weatherman credited with persuading …

Boston Globe editorial: Shut down Clinton Foundation if Hillary wins

The Boston Globe editorial board on Tuesday called for the Clinton Foundation to be shut down if Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonWoman …

5 Proven Ways to Turn Failure into Success

As entrepreneurs, we put far more than our money and reputations on the line when we start a new business. We put a big chunk of our hearts and souls …

A look back at other 'Got Talent' accidents

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The sword swallower who was hit with a flaming arrow on "America's Got Talent" wasn't the first performer to suffer an injury on the variety competition series.<p>While the show's judges and viewers were stunned when Ryan Stock's fiancee AmberLynn Walke accidently hit him with a …

America's Got Talent

12 Ways to Know You Genuinely Have Emotional Intelligence

Genuine people have a profound impact upon everyone they encounter. Discover the unique habits that cause them to radiate with energy and confidence.<p>There's an enormous amount of research suggesting that emotional intelligence (EQ) is critical to your performance at work. TalentSmart has tested the …

Emotional Intelligence

Neil Gaiman on Why We Read and What Books Do for the Human Experience

“Truth is not in what happens but in what it tells us about who we are.”<p>The question of why we read and what books actually do for us is as old as the written word itself, and as attractive. Galileo saw reading as a way of having superhuman powers. For Kafka, books were “the axe for the frozen sea …

All the Times Donald Trump Defended Sexual Predators—Including Himself

The Republican nominee was caught on tape 11 years ago describing himself sexually assaulting a woman—and he's not apologizing. It's part of his long …

Greenhouse gases in new danger zone

The world's carbon dioxide levels are on the cusp of reaching 400 parts per million in the atmosphere for the first time in 3 million years.<p>The daily …

Climate Change Deniers Can Rest Easy Knowing The Democratic Party Isn’t Out To Prosecute Them

Last week, a couple right-leaning news publications published headlines suggesting that the Democratic Party wants to prosecute individual people who …