Imagine, if you can, the ability to move in an extra direction: one beyond up-and-down, north-and-south, or east-and-west. That there’s an independent direction beyond our conventional notions of x, y,
Aldous Huxley; George Orwell; Donald Trump (AP/John Locher) December 24, 2016 4:00PM (UTC) In a diary he kept in 1942, the novelist and essayist George Orwell recorded the disgust he felt for his contemporaries
A string of terror attacks across the globe have shaken the world’s most powerful nations to their core. As a result of these tragic events, and the fear-mongering from politicians hoping to exploit them,
FILE - In this May 12, 1960, file photo, President Dwight Eisenhower, front right, shakes hands with Rep. Arch Moore, of West Virginia, as he poses with a group of Republican congressmen after breakfast
The Turkish government hopes that the winning bidder on October 23 will restore the ruined houses and provide more facilities for tourists. But the plan has been met with concerns that any development
It's probably not what you think, but it's scientifically demonstrated to improve how you think. Most of us think of IQ as a fixed thing, like an SAT score. You take a test, they tell you how smart you
Part 5 of the TED Radio Hour episode The Unknown Brain About David Chalmers' TED Talk Philosopher David Chalmers asks why humans have a sense of self, a constantly running movie full of sensation and chatter.