Numen Esse

1,126 Flips | 1 Magazine | 7 Likes | @NumenEsse | Keep up with Numen Esse on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Numen Esse”

Amazon Says These Are the 100 Books Everyone Should Read

Hidden away in the books department on Amazon.com, shoppers can find a list of 100 great reads everyone should read in their lifetime, recommended by …

A Collection of 10 Data Visualizations You Must See

Introduction<p>Writing codes is fun. Creating models with them is even more intriguing. But things start getting tricky when it comes to presenting our …

Data Visualization

Librarians recommend the books you should read in each decade of your life

Anyone can read any book whenever they want, but some books may be best enjoyed at certain ages.<p>If anyone understands that, it's the librarians in …

10 books '4-Hour Work Week' author Tim Ferriss thinks everyone should read

Tim Ferriss, the productivity expert, author and inspirational speaker, is an avid reader, and has highlighted many books on his show and through his blog, seeking to share some of the same wisdom that inspires him.<p>From self-help to science fiction, there is something for everyone, and these 10 …

There’s A Blood Type So Rare, Only 40 People Have Had It. They Call It ‘The Golden Blood’

A, B and O.<p>These are the most common blood types. The ones we all know. Then there's one called the Bombay Blood group which is considered extremely …

10 ways to fix your résumé when you're not entry-level anymore

It may not feel like it, but once you've got a few years of job experience under your belt, you're not an entry-level employee anymore — you're mid-level.<p>Your approach to finding a job will need to change accordingly.<p>No longer can you rely on what you did in college to impress potential employers — …

10 Fantasy Book Series That Could Rival Game of Thrones on TV

Game of Thrones might be our favorite fantasy show ever, but here are the 10 best fantasy series that could possibly be even better... • facebook …

Science Fiction

Learn About Organelles

• Nucleus - a membrane bound structure that contains the cell's hereditary (DNA) information and controls the cell's growth and reproduction. It is …

How to Train Yourself to Think Differently and Permanently Rewire Your Brain, According to Science | Inc.com

The conversations you have with yourself have a direct impact on how you feel and how you behave. If your self-talk is filled with self-doubt, harsh criticism, and catastrophic predictions, you'll struggle to reach your goals.<p>But you don't have to let a pessimistic outlook or foreboding inner …

The Brain

How to keep learning to program, over and over again, forever.

There is an impassioned debate in the programming community about whether the right way to teach and learn this craft. It's probably been going on …

Use these 4 proofreading tools to improve your content

Blog writing stands out with original topics, but taking the time to edit your articles is an important step in building an audience. You don’t have …

Don't Feel Guilty If You Procrastinate. Here Are 6 Reasons It's Actually Good For You | Inc.com

If we didn't procrastinate life would be so much simpler.<p>More than 60% of people I have interviewed, did workshops with and taught Design The Life You Love to over the last 7 years have told me that procrastination is the #1 thing they would like to change about themselves. "If only!" they say. We …

Procrastination

Former UK.gov IT man and Python king's guide to neural networks

<b>Interview</b> Tariq Rashid on programming AIIf you're going to learn about neural networks, you could do worse than learn it from someone who got five A …

Machine Learning

Scientists just discovered organisms that are distinct from any life forms known to science

New Life<p>On the tree of life, humans share a branch with a diverse array of creatures, all with one thing in common: a backbone. This single shared …

Why Mensa says you have to play this game

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, …

Evolutionary geneticists spot natural selection happening now in people

Human evolution can seem like a phenomenon of the distant past which applies only to our ancestors living millions of years ago. But human evolution …

The Global Guide To Being Happy, From Danish Hygge To Scottish Còsagach

Wellbeing inspiration from friends near and far 🌎<p>If you’re on a quest to find inner peace, taking inspiration from traditions around the world is a …

Gut microbiome plays role in multiple sclerosis, studies show

The new studies strengthen the case for an MS-microbiome link.<p>In one, scientists led by Sergio Baranzini of the University of California, San …

The Overthinker's Guide to Getting Sh*t Done

Don’t overthink. Do.<p>Balancing thought and action will always be a challenge for many people.<p>When you spend too much time picturing what a project is …

Researchers find 'internal clock' within live human cells

A Closer Look<p>A new study by researchers at New York University (NYU), as published in the journal <i>Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences</i> …

How I Became Conversationally Fluent in a Foreign Language in 17 Days | Inc.com

<i>How do I quickly and efficiently learn a new language?</i> <i>originally appeared on</i> <i>Quora</i><i>, the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. You can follow Quora on</i> <i>Twitter</i><i>,</i> <i>Facebook</i><i>, and</i> <i>Google Plus</i><i>.</i><p><b>Answer by David Bailey, Founder Coach,</b> …

Language Learning

Science Says the Most Successful Kids Have Parents Who Do These 9 Things | Inc.com

Much has been written about the attributes of high-achieving adults, and what makes them different from everyone else. But if you're a parent, a more compelling question may be: "What can I do to make sure my kids succeed in life?" Here's what researchers say.<p>1. Don't tell them they can be anything …

York University

The O positive (and O negative) blood type diet?

Knowing your blood type can often be thought of as useful only if you need a blood transfusion. However, there is another argument that says eating …

One Test May Spot Cancer, Infections, Diabetes and More

Along with red blood cells, white blood cells and a panoply of hormones, every drop of your blood contains tiny shards of DNA spewed out of various …

Male And Female Roles Different In Stone And Bronze Age: Women Spread Culture And Traveled, Men Stayed Home

These days, we often say that people with outdated stereotypes of male and female roles are still living in the “Stone Age.” But a new study has …

3 of Nature’s Greatest Mysteries May Be Solved Thanks to Quantum Biology

Quantum mechanics is known for weird occurrences and bizarre outcomes. Consider superposition where a particle can be in two places at once, while …

All the Science Fiction and Fantasy Books to Keep on Your Radar This Fall

Look, guys. This fall’s offering of books is huge. <i>Huge</i>. We’re not even going to suggest reading <i>all</i> of these, unless you yourself are some kind of …

4 Ways to Learn Anything in 20 Hours

<i>“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”</i> — Mahatma Gandhi<p>What if you could learn anything in 20 hours, what would …

Self-improvement

This is how your brain tells time

It takes a whole lotta gray matter.<p>Your mind is constantly counting: the rhythm of your speech, the minutes until your next snack, the awful pause between text messages. Without all that tallying, you’d misinterpret a friend’s motives, or (horrors!) miss doughnut time. So how does your clever …

The Brain

We may finally have a way to cheaply manufacture pure graphene

Synthesizing Pure Graphene<p>Researchers have been singing the praises of graphene ever since it was first isolated from graphite back in 2004. That’s …