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The Concept of Schizophrenia Is Coming to an End – Here's Why

"The syndrome is already beginning to breakdown..."<p>The concept of schizophrenia is dying. Harried for decades by psychology, it now appears to have …

Woman Sues Former Employer for Firing Her Over a Heavy Period

Despite evidence to the contrary, stereotypes about women's periods as handicaps in the workplace just won't go away. This can take the form of sexist jokes or unwarranted concern. But one former 911 call taker named Alisha Coleman is saying period stigma actually got her fired.<p>Coleman is suing her …

Will ‘Scientology And The Aftermath’ Be What Takes Down Scientology?

It’s a great time to be Leah Remini. The actress has been making more and more headlines thanks to her upcoming role on <i>Kevin Can Wait</i>, but the real …

Stars Orbiting a Supermassive Black Hole May Have Finally Confirmed General Relativity

Suck it, Newton.<p>If you really, really want to scrutinise the limits of Einstein's general theory of relativity, there's a unique testing ground you …

Black Holes

'Extremely complex': How the hunt for clues in the Franklin shipwreck mystery is changing gears

The hunt for HMS Erebus and HMS Terror was tough enough.<p>Now Parks Canada underwater archeologists are sorting out just how they will try to unlock …

Archaeology

The Mystery of S., the Man with an Impossible Memory

On an April afternoon in 1929, a timid-looking man with a broad face appeared at Moscow’s Academy of Communist Education and asked to see a memory specialist. The man, who would become known in the psychological literature as S., had been sent by his boss, a section editor at a Moscow newspaper …

Literature

Secrets of universe may lie in a South Dakota gold mine

The universe as we know it shouldn’t exist. Unlocking the reasons why may depend on once again striking gold in a mine buried a mile underground in …

Not everyone is as excited about the eclipse as humans

The 2017 solar eclipse is fast approaching, and all over the US people are getting their glasses and travel plans in order for the occasion.<p>But animals don’t follow the news. On August 21, they’ll be completely surprised by the darkness caused by the moon blotting out the sun for about three …

Animal Behavior

Desert fossils reveal 540-million-year-old Jellyfish 'graveyard'

Walk across a beach's wet sand, and you'll leave behind imprints that briefly hold the shape of your feet before blurring and falling apart.<p>But 540 million years ago, seaside sand contained densely packed microbial communities, which created a gooey glue that was excellent for preserving …

14 science fiction, fantasy, and horror books to read this August

Space opera, vikings, and epic fantasies<p>Summer is in full swing, which means that there’s plenty of time to grab a book and head outdoors to enjoy the sun and warm weather — at least here in Vermont, where the outdoor temperatures haven’t quite topped 90 degrees yet.<p>I helped cover San Diego …

4 Video Games That Play With Your Emotions

Do you remember being emotionally drained after losing a match in PONG? I think not. But now Storytelling in video games has evolved since then, Now …

Kannada actress Sanjjanna Galrani s nude video from Dandupalya 2 leaked online

Popular Kannada actress Sanjjanna Galrani's nude video from film 'Dandupalya 2' has leaked online. The clip is a scene from the film that shows the …

Entertainment

Scientists say 'prelude' to the sixth mass extinction is happening right now

When plant and animal species go extinct, it's usually a clear sign that humans have messed up. We've over-hunted, destroyed habitats, polluted …

Why does hair turn gray?

As you look in the mirror in the morning, you see that inevitable fate has struck: your first gray hair! Whether you are in your 20s or your 50s, …

The Hubble Telescope's Greatest Hits

Few of us accomplish this much by our 25th birthday.<p>Earlier this year the Hubble Telescope turned 25. Ridiculed for its early bugs, the telescope …

Universe

Facebook Is Telling Your Friends Where You Are at All Times. Here’s How to Stop It

Snapchat isn't the first app that allows users to track friends' locations<p>Snapchat made headlines earlier this week with the introduction of “Snap …

Social Media

Canadian sniper makes history by killing ISIL insurgent from more than 3.5 kilometres away

The Canadian Armed Forces once again hold the title of world’s longest sniper kill after a special forces soldier hit an ISIL fighter from more than …

Kylo Ren's weird yet soothing ASMR video will give you all the dark side tingles

If you are a massive <i>Star Wars</i> fan and find ASMR videos strangely soothing, this nine-minute video is definitely your thing.<p>What more than Kylo Ren's …

Kylo Ren

This Is The First Detailed Footage of DNA Replication, And It Wasn't What We Expected

"It undermines a great deal of what's in the textbooks."<p>Here's proof of how far we've come in science - in June 2017, researchers recorded up-close …

Biochemistry

Edmonton MMA fighter dies after boxing ring injury

An Edmonton MMA fighter who was left in critical condition after being knocked out during a boxing match on Friday has died, his family has confirmed.<p>…

Martial Arts

Left handed people are more likely to be geniuses

The belief that there is a link between talent and left-handedness has a long history. Leonardo da Vinci was left-handed. So were Mark Twain, Mozart, Marie Curie, Nicola Tesla and Aristotle. It’s no different today – former US president Barack Obama is a left-hander, as is business leader Bill …

The Brain

11 new movie trailers you need to watch from this past week

<i>Wonder Woman</i> is the movie to see these days. If you still haven’t caught it, free up some time to see it this weekend. It’s the movie of the summer …

How Does Earth Move Through Space? Now We Know, On Every Scale

Ask a scientist for our cosmic address, and you’ll get quite a mouthful. Here we are, on planet Earth, which spins on its axis and revolves around the Sun, which orbits in an ellipse around the center of the Milky Way, which is being pulled towards Andromeda within our local group, which is being …

Universe

Is the Universe Conscious?

Some of the world's most renowned scientists are questioning whether the cosmos has an inner life similar to our own.<p>For centuries, modern science has been shrinking the gap between humans and the rest of the universe, from Isaac Newton showing that one set of laws applies equally to falling apples …

Albert Einstein

Astronomers just achieved something Einstein said was impossible

Albert Einstein himself believed it couldn't be done.<p>A few decades after he published his theory of general relativity, a colleague asked the famous physicist whether the concept could be used to calculate the weight of a star. Theoretically, yes, was his reply. If one star passed in front of …

Physics

Aliens didn't send this 40-year-old signal from space

Forty years ago, the Ohio State University Radio Observatory detected a mysterious signal deep in outer space, located in the Sagittarius constellation. Many have pointed to this, which came to be known as the "Wow!" Signal, as evidence that we are not alone in the universe. That is, until …

Universe

Can Moons Have Their Own Moons?

In the Solar System, we have the central Sun, a great many planets, asteroids, Kuiper belt objects, and moons. While most of the planets have moons, and some of the Kuiper belt objects and even asteroids have natural satellites that orbit them, there are no known “moons of moons” out there. It may …

Astronomy