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Elon Musk’s ‘time blocking’ method: How to manage time effectively even if your schedule is hectic

Elon Musk is possibly the busiest man on earth right now.<p>The billionaire founder and CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, usually spends up to 100 hours a week …

Time Management

Observables and unobservables in quantum mechanics: How the no-hidden-variables theorems support the Bohmian particle ontology - Philsci-Archive

Lazarovici, Dustin and Oldofredi, Andrea and Esfeld, Michael (2018) <i>Observables and unobservables in quantum mechanics: How the no-hidden-variables</i> …

Quantum Mechanics

Targeting G protein-coupled receptor signaling at the G protein level with a selective nanobody inhibitor

Altmetric: 2<p>More detail<p>Article |<p>Open<p>Sahil Gulati ORCID: orcid.org/0000-0002-8255-479X,<br>• Hui Jin,<br>• Ikuo Masuho,<br>• Tivadar Orban,<br>• Yuan Cai,<br>• Els Pardon ORCID: …

Neuroscience

Who Knew Blockchain Could Make Government This Easy? This Italian CIO, That’s Who.

The Italian province of South Tyrol is best known for its alpine mountains and ski resorts. With the highest concentration of Michelin-starred …

Blockchain

Mathematicians Disprove Conjecture Made to Save Black Holes

Mathematicians have disproved the strong cosmic censorship conjecture. Their work answers one of the most important questions in the study of general …

Physics

How To Identify Industries Ripe For Disruption

Disruption can be in the form of advanced technology or advanced managerial practices that boost productivity and outwit the competition.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>You're reading Entrepreneur Middle East, an international franchise of Entrepreneur …

Innovation

Entangled atoms shine in unison

A team led by Austrian experimental physicist Rainer Blatt has succeeded in characterizing the quantum entanglement of two spatially separated atoms …

Quantum Physics

The 18th-Century Lady Mathematician Who Loved Calculus and God

The witch of Agnesi, you may be disappointed to know, is a curve that math students generally learn about in calculus class. It doesn’t look much …

Mathematics

To Build Truly Intelligent Machines, Teach Them Cause and Effect

Judea Pearl, a pioneering figure in artificial intelligence, argues that AI has been stuck in a decades-long rut. His prescription for progress? …

Artificial Intelligence

Memories Physically Transferred Between Snails Through Strings of RNA

It just took one injection to teach these snails fear.<p>To most of us, memories are intangible, like floating photo albums existing only in the mind. …

Biology

INFOGRAPHIC: 7 Excel tricks everyone should know

Lifehacker AU is never one to shy away from doling out handy Microsoft Excel spreadsheet tips.<p>Chances are you’ve had to deal in spreadsheets for as …

Infographics

Physicists Want to Rebuild Quantum Theory From Scratch

Scientists have been using quantum theory for almost a century now, but embarrassingly they still don’t know what it means. An informal poll taken at …

Quantum Mechanics

The Professor on a Mission to Make Math Lovable

OZY Educator Award winner Patrick Devlin is an assistant professor of mathematics at Yale, but his stance on our collective push to emphasize STEM …

Mathematics

I Watched an Entire Flat Earth Convention — Here's What I Learned

<i>This article was originally published at The Conversation. The publication contributed the article to Live Science's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & …

Flat Earth Society

Can You Pass the Test NASA Gave Potential Astronauts in 1958?

In 1958, America's new space agency called NASA launched an extensive search for men who would become astronauts. Of 508 candidates, the Mercury 7 …

Science

A Bipolar, A Schizophrenic, and a Podcast: Ep 8: Common Questions Asked of a Bipolar and a Schizophrenic

We answer listener questions in this episode of A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast. Gabe and Michelle both have stories of their experiences …

Mental Health

Carbon nanotubes could revolutionise Li-ion batteries, say researchers

From cell phones to e-vehicles, Li-ion batteries have become the dominant energy storage device these days. Now, research has shown how to make them …

Clean Energy

Prof Stephen Hawking's multiverse finale

<b>Prof Stephen Hawking's final research paper suggests that our Universe may be one of many similar to our own.</b><p>The theory resolves a cosmic paradox of the late physicist's own making.<p>It also points a way forward for astronomers to find evidence of the existence of parallel universes.<p>The study was …

Physics

We Just Tracked The Spin of One of The Strangest Stars We Know, And It's Weird

Lifetimes in each turn.<p>It's one of the strangest stars in the known Universe, but new observations of the stellar oddity called Przybylski's star …

Magnetism

Elon Musk Shares Incredible Image of Falcon 9 Part Gliding Through the Sky

Elon Musk is making history. The SpaceX CEO shared an image through his Instagram account on Wednesday of a Falcon 9 fairing gliding through the sky …

Space Exploration

What it's like to live in Nasa's new spacecraft

Crowded, smelly and seasick – life inside Nasa’s new spacecraft won’t be much fun.<p>In 1959, when Nasa’s original seven astronauts first saw their tiny single-man Mercury space capsule, they weren’t impressed. It appeared to have no windows and few controls – the elite test pilots complained that …

Space Exploration

Stephen Hawking's Final Theory About Our Universe Has Just Been Published, And It Will Melt Your Brain

His final word on whether multiverses exist.<p>Groundbreaking physicist Stephen Hawking left us one last shimmering piece of brilliance before he died: …

Physics

Johann Carl Friedrich Gausß: Who was Germany's 'Prince of Mathematicians'?

Enlightenment mathematician Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855) was born on this day in Brunswick, Germany, 241 years ago.<p>Gauss is the subject of …

Mathematics

Montreal company pioneers carbon-negative concrete

Cement production is one of the world’s leading sources of carbon dioxide emissions, accounting for as much as 10 per cent of global emissions, …

Construction Industry

The science behind the perfect nap to boost productivity and creativity

During the early 1900s, surrealist painter, Salvador Dali, developed a napping hack for generating his new creative ideas and staying productive with …

Sleep

A High Schooler Has Upended a Fundamental Chemistry Theory

Time to rethink everything you learned about carbon.<p>You may not remember much from high school chemistry, but you probably recall learning the …

Chemistry

Electrical stimulation paired with cognitive training can boost memory

The two-pronged approach can help stave off cognitive decline in older adults.<p>In 47 CE, Scribonius Largus, court physician to the Roman emperor …

The Brain

At first life without a smartphone was terrifying. Then it was beautiful

<i>In an attempt to try and battle an addiction to my smartphone (I’m sure most of us suffer from this addiction in some measure these days), I took a pretty radical step. I went out and bought a basic Nokia to use outside of work as much as I could. This “dumbphone,” as it’s called, would only allow</i> …

Mind

Quantum experiment could test if human consciousness is material or immaterial?

The moment that the philosopher René Descartes first considered that famous phrase, “I think, therefore I am,” he realized that the existence of his …

Quantum Mechanics