Jesse Emerson

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Relax the Thumb for More Picking Speed

Over the course of several years teaching students how to alternate pick, I’ve noticed a lot of issues arising from the way many of them had been …

Science may have discovered evidence that a "Dr. Strange"-style multiverse is real

Alternate universes have existed in shows like <i>Star Trek</i>, <i>Doctor Who</i>, and in comics. Sometimes science fiction turns out to be real! According to study …

To Unlock the Secrets of Prehistoric Hand Paintings, Experts Catalog Them in 3D

Archaeologists have been going from cave to cave, taking scans and high-resolution photos of all of Europe’s prehistoric painted hands.<p>It’s dark and …

Increase Picking Speed Instantly by Using Accents

This tip is a useful method for increasing picking speed. The key is not to focus on every single downstroke and up stroke but to only focus on …

Electric Guitar

Guitar basics: learn thousands of songs with the three-chord trick

The oldest trick in the book<p>Get the chords down and you’ll have thousands of songs to try. Known as a I-IV-V (‘one-four-five’) progression, or …

Scientists discover origins of ancient Hopewell culture's meteorite jewellery

The native Hopewell culture, which thrived along rivers and streams in North America from 200BC to 500AD, is today survived by a number of beautiful …

Another Study Is Making Scientists Rethink How Humans Came To Live In North America

The answer to when humans first arrived on the American continents is a divisive issue that raises a lot of eyebrows. And a new paper based on work done at the San Diego Natural History Museum suggests a whole new set of ideas about when people might have been in the Americas. The research concerns …

Skeletons Of Two Possible Eunuchs Discovered In Ancient Egypt

Recent excavations at the Ptolemaic-Roman site of Quesna in Egypt have revealed two skeletons of individuals who might have been eunuchs. But these people’s above-average height and other skeletal irregularities might also reflect a congenital condition rather than castration.<p>Presenting at last …

Aliens will take us out in three seconds, says Ridley Scott

<i>Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.</i><p>As we become ever more obsessed with our screens and ourselves, we also express an occasional fascination with what's out there in the vast beyond.<p>Space may or may not be the final frontier, but, if we …

How a bit of cave dirt just changed archaeology

The study of humans has long relied on bones to reveal human DNA. The problem is that those bones are hard to come by. As the <i>Atlantic</i> points out, scientists have only a finger bone and two teeth belonging to the Denisovans, cousins of Neanderthals.<p>It's no wonder then that a Harvard geneticist …