We generally think of happiness as either a matter of chance or circumstance. Some people are born with happy brains--they just naturally seem to see everything in a cheerful light. Others are blessed
By Sarah Kaplan Sarah Kaplan Reporter for Speaking of Science Email Bio Follow Picture a northern Pacific archipelago: forested islets and sandstone beaches, blue-gray water lapping against a rocky shore.
On a tour of the Met, Professor Andrew Lear shares some of art history's best kept "sexy secrets." Walk through the halls of New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art on your own and you're sure to receive
But what if - statistically speaking - the odds are stacked against us finding another planet even remotely like Earth? That's the thinking behind a new study by an international team of researchers, has
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The Tragic Necessity of Human Life: Willa Cather on Relationships and How Our Formative Family Dynamics Imprint Us
“In those simple relationships of loving husband and wife, affectionate sisters, children and grandmother, there are innumerable shades of sweetness and anguish which make up the pattern of our lives by
There's a lot of hype about virtual reality these days, and most of it is wrong. Science fiction films and books have created a hunger for Oculus-style, head-mounted displays (HMDs) and "immersive" experiences,