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This theory explains how there could be different dimensions of time

String theory, one of the most complex theories in the scientific community, may also be the "Theory of Everything" — a framework that explains everything in the universe. While still theoretical and highly debated, the mathematics of string theory suggests that there could be multiple dimensions …

We All Have a Gene That Predetermines Who We Are Attracted To, Says Science

One study on attraction found something very interesting.<p>Red hot attraction at first sight comes down to…<i>genetic coding</i>? That’s what scientists …

Understanding why some people take their lives – and some don’t | The Star

Arthur Sommer Rotenberg was a doctor in Toronto with a promising career. He had a large, loving family and was both studious and athletic, once …

See the Milky Way's Funky Pink Galactic Neighbor

NASA/Reuters<p>Adam Block—Mount Lemmon SkyCenter/University of Arizona<p>Terry Virts—NASA<p>Olav Jon Nesvold—EPA<p>NASA/JHUAPL/SwRI<p>NASA<p>Joel Kowsky—NASA<p>Kjell …

Astronomy

Good news for coffee drinkers - caffeine consumption is better for your health than previously thought

Researchers have found that, contrary to prior belief, caffeine does not cause health-threatening heart palpitations<p>A new study has found that drinking coffee regularly does not lead to extra heartbeats - contrary to earlier studies that warned caffeine consumption could cause interruption to …

More magnesium may lower risk of pancreatic cancer

Magnesium intake may be an effective way to prevent pancreatic cancer, a new study suggests.<p>Pancreatic cancer is the fourth leading cause of …

Cancer

Emma Watson Reveals New Short Hair: The Ombre Bob We'll Be Wanting In 2016

Emma Watson is constantly giving us style goals. So when we heard whispers of a major hair switch up, we just <i>knew</i> it was going to be a life decision …

Emma Watson

Butterflies steal DNA of zombie wasps in natural genetic modification

Scientist have found DNA of wasps in butterflies showing that genes can pass between species<p>Butterflies 'steal’ the genes of wasps to make them more resistant to disease , scientists have found, in first evidence of natural genetic modification in the animal kingdom.<p>Although campaigners have long …

How to Solve Jet Lag in 3 Minutes Flat

It just requires freezing your butt off.<p>I travel a lot for work — and by a lot I mean I get more of my sleep and work done on planes than in my own …

Jet Lag

July’s Rare Blue Moon Seen From 23 Gorgeous Destinations

If you happened to go for a nighttime stroll this weekend (or perhaps gazed out your beach house window), you probably glimpsed July’s rare blue …

Travel

What the Philae comet lander found

Philae data suggest that organic compounds – which eventually translated into living organisms here on Earth – existed in the early solar system.<p>By …

Can we reverse the ageing process by putting young blood into older people? | Ian Sample

A series of experiments has produced incredible results by giving young blood to old mice. Now the findings are being tested on humans. Ian Sample meets the scientists whose research could transform our lives<p>On an August morning in 2008, Tony Wyss-Coray sat in a conference room at the Veterans …

Stanford University

Why mind-reading is a science, not a magic trick

Electrical activity within the brain means that our thoughts can be read and understood<p>You may believe your thoughts are intangible and inscrutable, but all mental activity is communicated via electrical impulses. As our understanding of the brain improves, we’re increasingly able to decode our …

Why do women outlive men? Science zeroes in on answer

Women tend to live longer than men. But it wasn't always that way, a new study says.<p>Adults born in the late 19th century were the first to see men dying at much higher rates than women. So the gender difference in life expectancy is fairly recent, and probably isn’t based on anatomy alone, …

Fly Through Deep Space in This Hubble Simulation

Common Mistakes to Avoid and Tips to Follow for the Best Scrambled Eggs Ever

Making scrambled eggs isn't exactly rocket science—but our test kitchen has outlined a few surprising ways you might be getting it wrong.<p>For many young cooks, a pan of scrambled eggs is the first dish they master. But after we crack those first few eggs, it's probably a technique we don't think …

How light resets your body clock

Scientists have discovered what amounts to a reset button for the internal body clock of mice. They say light triggers a process known as …

Neuroscience

Give Us All the Green Things: How to Make a Spring Pesto

You can make pesto out of almost anything green and leafy, which makes spring the perfect time to experiment.<p>There's nothing quite like a good pesto: Fresh, vibrant, green, with just enough richness (thanks, cheese and nuts!) to keep things from feeling austere. We slather it on bread, sauce our …

18th-century clockmaker John Harrison vindicated by 'perfect clock'

Three centuries after he claimed his clock could solve the problem of longitude, proof John Harrison's design is accurate to the second for 100 days<p>A clock based on an 18th-century design has stunned experts by keeping accurate to a second after 100 days – just as its maker promised 300 years …

The Wanderlust guide to careers in travel

It's a new year and you're looking for a new start. How about a job that pays you to travel? Here’s our guide to getting a satisfying and fulfilling …

Human Rights

Could you track down your doppelganger?

I used to live on the south coast, and each day on my way into work I would stop off at the <b>Brighton</b> railway station kiosk for a caramel latte and an update on my "twin".<p>According to the affable barista behind the counter, a woman who looked "the image" of me would swing by 30 minutes before I …

"We're Best Friends, And Work Partners, We've Never Had Sex, But This Is Our Son": Is This What The Modern Family Looks Like?

Life<p>by Contributor | 17 04 2015<p>[Lucy Williams/ My Heart Skipped Photography]<p>Co-Parenting: Is This What Modern Family Looks Like?<p><b>As new research shows</b> …

How It Works: The Large Hadron Collider

To chaotically combine particles, you need a lot of space ... and a lot of power<p>The world’s most powerful particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), famously upended physics with the discovery of the long-sought Higgs boson in 2012. But it was only operating at half power. Since then, …

Humans love pet dogs as much as their children and the feeling is mutual

Researchers found that the same hormone, oxytocin, spikes in both human and canine brains when a dog is gazing at its owner<p>Humans love their pet dogs in the same way as they do their children, and the feeling is mutual, scientists have discovered.<p>Researchers found that the same hormone, oxytocin, …

Snap Yourself Happy! How To Make The Ordinary Look Extraordinary On Instagram

• Grazia<br>• Fashion<br>• How To<p>Snap Yourself Happy! How To Make The Ordinary Look Extraordinary On Instagram<p>by Holly Peacock | 04 12 2014<p>Instagram<p>How To Make The …

Banana Desserts Are Having a Moment, and We're Into It

Banana desserts get a bad rap, but we're defenders of underdogs. Here's why we're loving the new guard of banana desserts.<p>I love bananas more than anyone else I know. And seeing them on restaurant menus all over the country makes me endlessly happy. It's a polarizing fruit, often too rich and too …

The true cost of your morning coffee is ignored by Europe’s politicians

Europeans drink more than 700m cups of coffee every day. The continent accounts for nearly half of all world coffee imports – more than 3m tonnes each year.<p>But how much of the price of every cup of coffee sold is paid to coffee-producing nations? It is usually less than €0.02. That is less than 1% …

Rare, Poignant Photos of Frida Kahlo During the Last Years of Her Life

German-born French photographer Gisle Freund (1908-2000) offers a rare look at Frida Kahlo in intimate snapshots taken of the celebrated artist during some of the last years of her life. Freund, who fled Nazi Germany in 1933 and later became known as one of the greatest portraits photographers in …

10 Insanely Gorgeous, Under-The-Radar European Destinations

The value of the dollar against the euro is the highest it has been in years, making now the perfect time to take that trip you've been meaning to plan. But instead of the usual suspects (lookin' at you, London and Paris), why not try one of these under-the-radar spots that are far less crowded but …