Speaking freely isn’t easy and it isn’t always wise, particularly at work. Theoretically, people want to communicate. But in reality, exchanging our thoughts can feel dangerous—sometimes with good reason.
The behavior of atomic particles has us questioning the very nature of reality. Does the universe exist as a concrete structure if there is no one to observe it? Or, is the cosmos a fluid, infinite amount
Sure you have. A great idea, motivation, persistence, and a little luck helps, but most successful people share certain habits. Here are nine habits that have helped place them on the top: Ray Dalio, founder
The brain’s powers are a little overrated. To keep your body going, you don’t need a functioning brain, but you do need something to provide energy. Enter the gut. We may not give it much thought—because,
When it comes to food waste, vacation time and student loans, the U.S. is anything but a beacon for the free world Larry Schwartz July 10, 2015 9:15am (UTC) This article originally appeared on AlterNet.
Travel From vast wilderness to varied history, from swamp to desert, these places should be more famous. From the National Geographic book The 10 Best of Everything—National Parks Yellowstone and the Canyon
Some people have belly buttons devoid of fluff – while others must clean lint out of theirs every day. Jason G Goldman discovers why the fuzz is strong with some… There are two crucial things you need
The robots shall inherit the moon Announced yesterday, NASA is moving ahead with funding to study several ambitious space research projects, including one that would transform an inhospitable lunar crater
Even if you're not counting your calories, date night at that restaurant down the street is still a more healthful choice than McDonald's, right? Don't count on it. Dining out at a sit-down restaurant
Breakthrough linking protein in blood to memory loss raises hopes for dementia treatment, and could be key to keeping people healthy for longer in old age Researchers may have found a way to slow down
(akindo via iStock) Most Americans who grew up in religious households are still religious. But what about the ones who aren’t? Lala Stone July 5, 2015 2:30pm (UTC) Christopher Obal used to be a Christian.
Research suggests the disease is linked to changes in brain size on the evolutionary road from ape to man Bret Stetka June 28, 2015 8:00pm (UTC) This article was originally published by Scientific American.