Philip Szelekovszky

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A Nobel Prize Winner Explains How to Finally Think Clearly

Nobel Prize winner and psychologist Daniel Kahneman wants us to consider how we make important decisions using different parts of the brain.<p>In his book <i>Thinking, Fast and Slow,</i> Kahneman proposes two systems that govern how we think, and you might not even know when one of them is at work.<p><b>System 1</b> …

Nobel Prize

People with depression have low blood levels of this stuff

People with depression have low blood levels of a substance called acetyl-L-carnitine, according to a new study.<p>“[Depression is] the No. 1 reason for …

Depression

The Difference Between Social Anxiety & Introversion Isn't Always Clear, So Here's The Deal

You know how every thumb is a finger, but not every finger is a thumb? That’s a good way to think about introverts and people who suffer from social …

There's a 'Deadpool' sequel teaser buried in this absurd Bob Ross parody

Who knew Deadpool was such a crafty guy?<p>The Merc is channeling Bob Ross in this weird new painting tutorial ... but the <i>real</i> reason to watch this …

Deadpool

This artificial intelligence may start tracking you soon

It’s already 1984 in China.<p>For the last year, the people of Hangzhou, China – a city of more than nine million – have had every moment of their lives tracked.<p>“City Brain,” an artificial intelligence system that interlinks with a city’s infrastructure was installed in October 2016, through a …

Researchers develop SD-WISE, a scale to measure an individual's level of wisdom- Technology News, Firstpost

Researchers from the University of California San Diego School of Medicine have developed a new tool to assess an individual's level of wisdom. …

Didgeridoos, 'liquid' cats, and why people hate cheese: Nine of Ig Nobel’s weirdest scientific breakthroughs

Ig Nobel celebrates the burning questions nobody’s asking<p>When you think of scientific research you think of curing cancer, halting climate change and …

Philip Cross: How Canada’s weak-dollar strategy flopped—and then backfired

<b>By Philip Cross</b><p>As the Canadian economy slumped under the weight of lower oil prices starting late in 2014, the Bank of Canada relied mostly on a …

ProtonMail makes its free VPN service available to everyone

The free tier isn't as robust as the paid ones, but it's free forever.<p>ProtonMail, the encrypted email created by CERN and MIT scientists, has released a new product in response to the administration's roll back of Obama-era internet privacy rules. Starting today, you can try out the company's VPN …

It may be time to accept defeat on the scourge of left lane hogs

I'm a creature of habit. Each year I've cast a scornful eye on the practice of driving slowly in the passing or middle lane. It's a terrible move. Those who clog up the passing lane are inconsiderate and dangerous. If you want to chill out then get in the right lane. There are names for the drivers …

New "Instantly Rechargeable" Battery Deals a Fatal Blow to Fossil Fuels

Go With The Flow<p>Purdue researchers have developed technology for an “instantly rechargeable” battery that is affordable, environmentally friendly, …

See Mike Will Made-It, Big Sean’s Dramatic ‘On the Come Up’ Video

Mike Will Made-It has unveiled the new video for “On the Come Up” featuring Big Sean. The song is the opening track from the producer’s star-studded</i> …

Attack on Titan season 2 premiere date announced

Gigantic, flesh-eating monsters are back<p>Funimation confirmed today that season two of <i>Attack on Titan</i> will air April 1. Fans were treated to the long-awaited season two trailer late last year, but no other details surrounding the premiere were released.<p>Looking back at the trailer, we can expect to …