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11 Laws of Reality

1) Matter or mass is an experience in consciousness/awareness<p>2) Subatomic particles/subatomic matter is both an experience and concept in …

Consciousness

Foster + Partners launches integrated building services system

British architecture firm Foster + Partners has designed a building services system that integrates lighting, security cameras, fire prevention tools …

Foster and Partners

Aldous Huxley Tells Mike Wallace What Will Destroy Democracy: Overpopulation, Drugs & Insidious Technology (1958)

Overpopulation, manipulative politics, imbalances of societal power, addictive drugs, even more addictive technologies: these and other developments …

Literature

Bill Gates Wants You to Watch These 9 TED Talks

You can read what Gates called "one of the most important" books he's ever read, or you can watch these short but amazing TED Talks.<p>In an interview published in <i>Time</i> magazine earlier today, Bill Gates said that the late Hans Rosling's book <i>Factfulness: Ten Reasons We're Wrong About the World--and Why</i> …

Self-improvement

American Airlines ups its pillow game by tossing in a mattress pad, duvet — but only for first class

American Airlines is making in-flight sleep better for the folks who already have the best chance at a comfortable nap.<p>As if the rest of us flying …

NLP Submodalities

How we make the fine distinctions to give meaning to the experience. Our mental pictures, sounds and feelings all have certain qualities. These …

eLearning

Google Wifi review: Wi-Fi that works

Google's mesh router balances performance and convenience<p>It’s funny to think that the most interesting tech products of 2016 have been routers. The router has transformed from a utilitarian computer hardware with antennas sticking out of it to multiple, sleekly designed pods that are placed …

Wi-Fi

Neural networks breakthrough sees computer start to think like a human for the first time

Finnish computer scientists have found a way to train neural networks to think more like the human brain.<p>Computer scientists in Finland have made a …

Scientists Think the Speed of Light Has Slowed, and They're Trying to Prove It

A controversial theory that would overturn Einstein’s theory of general relativity could soon be tested.<p>In 1905, a 26-year-old Albert Einstein changed physics forever when he outlined his theory of special relativity. This theory outlined the relationship between space and time and is founded on …

Physics

The Case Against Reality

A professor of cognitive science argues that the world is nothing like the one we experience through our senses. As we go about our daily lives, we …

Consciousness

Business leaders and MPs attack Liam Fox over 'fat and lazy' accusations

Innocent Drinks founder Richard Reed says claims are ‘disgusting’ while Tory MP Nicholas Soames urges trade secretary to ‘shut up’<p>Liam Fox, the international trade secretary, has been strongly criticised by businesspeople and politicians for suggesting British executives would rather play golf than …

United Kingdom

How technology disrupted the truth

Social media has swallowed the news – threatening the funding of public-interest reporting and ushering in an era when everyone has their own facts. But the consequences go far beyond journalism<p>One Monday morning last September, Britain woke to a depraved news story. The prime minister, David …

Journalism

The United States in 2020 A Very Different Place

<i>Doug Anderson, SVP, Research & Development, The Nielsen Company</i><p><b>SUMMARY:</b> While the World is struggling with the economic hard times of late, the …

Here's Benjamin Graham's key to investing

I recently came across an old piece that Zweig wrote for the CFA Institute that outlined some of the lessons learned from that experience. Zweig touches on Graham's five kinds of brilliance:<p>One of the more fascinating anecdotes Zweig talks about that I had never heard before is that before …

Investing

The dangers of being authentic at work, according to a Wharton professor

<i>LinkedIn Influencer Adam Grant published this post originally on LinkedIn.</i><p>Over the past few decades, psychologists have given a revealing survey to more than 23,000 people at work. Here are some of the items — you can answer them true or false:<p>My behavior is usually an expression of my true inner …

Leadership

GitMarket is a Git-powered marketplace for buying and selling code

<i>BetaList features the newest startups. Today, we take a closer look at GitMarket, a marketplace for code. Submit your startup to get featured too.</i><p><b>What is GitMarket?</b><p>GitMarket is the world’s first platform for buying and selling code using private Git repositories. Developers can monetize any code …

Software Development

10 stone cold bargains for the wannabe audiophile

So you want to be an audiophile? Good for you. And welcome! Before we get going, a couple of points of order. Be wary of those who platitudinously …

Audiophile

The vineyard virgins giving English wine a sparkle

Study shows surge in new vineyards in England with 37 new winemakers licensed by HMRC in 2015<p>The Queen has famously served it to Barack Obama and his Chinese counterpart, and it will now be the official drink of Downing Street receptions.<p>As English sparkling wines gain increasing acclaim at home …

Downing Street

Top 10: the best luxury hotels in Rome

An expert guide to the best luxury hotels in Rome, including the top places to stay for rooftop restaurants, Colosseum views, sumptuous spas and lavish bedrooms, in locations including the centro storico and the Piazza di Spagna.<p>The First Luxury Art Hotel Roma<p>When is a hotel not a hotel? When it’s …

The Physics of Kung Fu Brought to Life Through Motion Capture Visualizations | Colossal

<p>We’ve all seen exaggerated depictions of kung fu in movies or maybe a demonstration by a practitioner in real life, but German digital artist Tobias …

Social Psychology Facts That Will Blow Your Mind

Psychology is the scientific study of how people act, think, and feel. <b>Social psychology</b> studies how people act, think, and feel in the context of …

Samsung's svelte 15-inch Notebook 9 is one mighty Windows 10 laptop

For the past week I’ve been using Samsung’s 15-inch Notebook 9. This Windows 10 machine has been put through its paces, replacing my iMac. While I …

Gear & Gadgets

These animals are helping to reveal the biological origins of rhythm

For Irena Schulz, one of those moments happened on an otherwise ordinary day in August, 2007.<p>Schulz lived in Schererville, Ind., where she managed a sanctuary for abandoned parrots.<p>A man named Dane Spudic came by with a young male Eleonora cockatoo called Snowball — a striking creature with …

Taco Bell

Apple's first CareKit apps help you track diabetes and depression

Apple’s CareKit medical app development tools have launched today and the company has already started showing it off by announcing that three healthcare platforms have already gone live.<p>The idea behind CareKit is to help you use your phone to share data with the healthcare professionals who are …

Tempest Era

People are freaking out about ‘Mercury in retrograde.’ This is what’s really going on.

Mercury has entered retrograde — pretty neat for sky-watchers but terrible for everyone else. At least that’s what astrology will tell you.<p>It’s been blamed for a lost Japanese satellite, sporadic Twitter and Facebook outages (as if this doesn’t already happen every day) and countless at-work gaffes …

Astrology

Elon Musk Opens Up a Free Training Gym for Artificial Intelligence

OpenAI, the artificial intelligence company backed by Tesla and SpaceX boss Elon Musk, is building out a new kind of free training “gym” for computer …

Artificial Intelligence

Claude Shannon, the Father of the Information Age, Turns 1100100

Twelve years ago, Robert McEliece, a mathematician and engineer at Caltech, won the Claude E. Shannon Award, the highest honor in the field of information theory. During his acceptance lecture, at an international symposium in Chicago, he discussed the prize’s namesake, who died in 2001. Someday, …

Mathematics

How the Universe Solved the 'Hard Problem'

For some inexplicable reason the most common element in every possible experience -- consciousness -- has kept itself a secret. How the human brain produces consciousness -- if it does -- is an age-old question, currently traveling under the name of "the hard problem." Philosopher David Chalmers, …

Chemistry