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The 10 Best Card Games For Adults

Gone are the days of family-friendly rounds of UNO, where your only backlash against a skip card was playing a wild plus four <i>and</i> changing the color …

NBC Made A Very Expensive Super Bowl Commercial Mistake And Twitter Brought The Jokes

The Super Bowl was humming along like a well-oiled machine as anticipated movie trailers dropped (like the <i>Han Solo</i> teaser and the latest <i>Cloverfield</i> reveal) but then there was a complete blackout, which immediately set off conspiracy theories. Was Bill Belichick up to something with his Patriots …

The 23 best science movies and shows streaming on Netflix that will make you smarter

It's cold outside and the holidays are here, which means it's the perfect time to curl up on the couch and watch a movie.<p>If you're looking for …

National Parks

This 20-Minute Routine is the Laziest (but Most Effective) Workout Ever | Inc.com

Maybe you don't have time to exercise. Or, maybe instead of logging some miles on the treadmill, you tend to use your spare minutes shopping online or wasting time on Facebook. Whatever your excuse, you know that exercise will make you a better person. For one thing, when you're fit, you're more …

Exercise

After 12 Years of Searching for Cause of Bipolar Disorder, Researchers Conclude it Has Many

Following a 12 year long study, researchers have identified seven phenoclasses that can help doctors to diagnose and track the progression of bipolar …

Neuroscience

17 Books Every Music Lover Should Read

Unmissable books about music, from Gucci Mane's autobiography to Ego Trip's rap tome to David Byrne's sweeping 'How Music Works.'

Books

If music gives you chills your brain might be special, research finds

If listening to music gives you goosebumps, you’re not just in touch with your emotions, you might actually have a unique brain, research has …

This White Pizza Sauce Will Change You

The recipe that might make you ditch tomato sauce for the rest of your pizza life.<p>Picture a slice of pizza. Crispy, chewy crust. Bubbly, melty cheese. Maybe some curled pepperoni cups or some tender, umami-packed shrooms. A glisten of olive oil. And the sauce. That herb-filled, garlicky, creamy, …

Cooking

NASA's Astronaut Twins Study Shows How Spaceflight Changes Gene Expression

The changes spaceflight induces in astronauts are much more than skin deep.<p>Space travel strongly affects the way genes are expressed, or turned on …

Quick coconut chicken curry - delicious. magazine

• 1 tbsp olive oil<br>• 1 onion, chopped<br>• 70g korma curry paste (we like Patak's Easy Korma for Two)<br>• 25g ground almonds<br>• 200ml coconut milk<br>• 200ml chicken stock, …

Quick and Easy Beer Bratwurst Recipe

Popular at tailgate and Super Bowl parties, beer brats are good year-round. It is hard to believe you only need four simple ingredients to make this …

Wait a second: What came before the big bang?

The Voorhes<p>Not everyone thinks the universe had a beginning.<p>Cosmologists used to think the universe was totally timeless: no beginning, no end. That might sound mind-melting, but it’s easier on the scientific brain than figuring out what a set starting point would mean, let alone when it would be. …

Dark Matter

Top 10 books about consciousness

From octupuses that might be thinking with their arms to early humans’ blind obedience to gods, these are some of the best guides to the deep enigma inside ordinary life<p>What is consciousness? At first blush this question appears to be rather simple, but with further investigation, it quickly …

Books

What Earth looks like to far-out celestial bodies

Glance at the stars, glance back in time.<p>When we look at stars in the night sky, we’re actually looking back in time. Since it takes a while for light to cross the vast emptiness of the universe—even at a blistering 186,000 miles per second—we’re seeing each celestial object as it looked eons ago. …

Universe

Are cats solid or liquid? And other award-winning absurd scientific research of 2017

The winers of the 2017 Ig Nobel awards, "for achievements that first make people laugh then make them think," were announced at Harvard last night. …

3 famous philosophers who took psychedelics and pronounced it mind-changing | Salon.com

Best known as the author of "Brave New World", this British author and philosopher experimented with mescaline in the 1950s and so believed in psychedelics that, knowing the end was near in 1963, he went to his death tripping on LSD.<p>Huxley published his thoughts on psychedelics in two books, "The …

Psychedelia

3 DIY Dog Treats for Your Adventure Pup

Your dog’s not picky, but that doesn’t mean he or she doesn’t deserve the best. Just as you want to know what goes into the food you eat, it’s good …

Coconut

Researchers Enable People to Compose Music With Only Their Brains

The Brain Composer lets you write melodies with your mind.<p>Brain-computer interface devices have come a long way in the last few years, allowing …

What Your Dreams Actually Mean, According to Science

If dreams were movies, they wouldn’t make a dime. They’re often banal, frequently fleeting and they’re screened for an audience of just one. As for …

Sigmund Freud

Will the Gut-Brain Connection Revolutionize Wellness?

<b>Deepak Chopra, MD and Naveen Jain</b><p>Three decades ago, the brain lost its sovereignty as the seat of thinking, feeling, and the operation of intelligence. In fact, those processes began to escape the confines of the nervous system itself. All of this occurred when it was discovered that various …

Scientists discover a new way the brain forms memories

A team of scientists announced Thursday they have discovered a new way the brain learns and stores information that may explain why people remember …

UC San Diego

New Theory Emerges as to how the Universe Became Such a Light-Filled State

After the Big Bang occurred, the universe was pretty dark due to the thick gas that had been churned up, trapping any light that ever was. When the …

Neuroscience study uncovers how threatening information invades the working memory of anxious people

Anxious people tend to perceive their world in a more threatening way. Now, a team of neuroscientists have shed new light on why the brains of …

Skillet Chicken With Creamed Spinach, Mushrooms and Bacon

This skillet chicken has a delicious sauce, perfect for soaking bread or a side. If you wanted to perk this up with a bit of heat you could add some …

Amazon Says These Are the 100 Books Everyone Should Read

Hidden away in the books department on Amazon.com, shoppers can find a list of 100 great reads everyone should read in their lifetime, recommended by …

Incredible footage from space shows massive lightning storms in Hurricane Irma

All these flashing yellow dots are lightning storms.<p>They're all part of Hurricane Irma.<p>The storms were tracked by NOAA over a period of 80 hours from September 4th to the 9th.<p>There's a lot of lightning around the eye.<p>This is unusual — hurricanes usually don't have a lot of lightning.<p>That's because …

Weather

Save Time In The Morning With These Freezer-Prep Breakfast Muffins

Freezer-prep is the way to go!<p>Makes: 12 muffins<p>1 pound breakfast sausage<p>2 cups flour<p>1 tablespoon baking powder<p>1 teaspoon salt<p>⅓ cup butter, melted<p>6 eggs, beaten<p>¾ cup milk<p>8 ounces shredded cheddar cheese<p>½ cup green onions, chopped<p>PREPARATION<p>1. Preheat oven to 350˚F (175˚C).<p>2. Heat a skillet over high …

Breakfast

New findings on brain functional connectivity may lend insights into mental disorders

Ongoing advances in understanding the functional connections within the brain are producing exciting insights into how the brain circuits function …

Psychedelics and Mental Health

<b>“When you take psilocybin, it’s like taking onboard your own psychotherapist.” said a study participant about his psychedelic experience.1 A</b> …

The history of brainwashing is a red flag for techno-therapy

For Donald Ewen Cameron – a Scottish-born psychiatrist, the president of numerous medical societies, and the director of the Allan Memorial Institute …

Mental Health