In 2008, neuroscientist Giulio Tononi at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Center for Sleep and Consciousness put forward his “integrated information theory,” which is currently accepted as one of
Where can we get one of these? It's been nearly a century since Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun and we're still learning surprising things about the Egyptian boy king. This knife of King
Psychological barriers routinely put chains around workplace creativity, stalling both projects and careers. To unlock your innovation, recognize these three most common hurdles and apply the easy fixes.
It took me 55 days, but I finally have the Prince. One of the most powerful characters in Supercell’s Clash Royale is very hard to earn without paying real money in the free-to-play mobile game. But after
RIP MagicRecs So much happens on Twitter that it can be impossible to keep track of, even if you're staring at it for hours a day. That's what made MagicRecs so useful. It was an account Twitter created
By Fred Barbash Fred Barbash Editor of the Morning Mix Email Bio Follow Some 1,300 pounds of bronze Roman coins dating to the 3rd and 4th centuries have been unearthed by construction workers digging in
It was never just a game. To an outsider, Second Life may look like a crappier version of World of Warcraft. It's a vast digital space many people can log into with their virtual avatars, only instead
Tooth marks on the leg bone of a hominin, an ancient human relative, suggest that the poor soul had a gristly end, a new study finds. The tooth marks and fractures on the roughly 500,000-year-old femur
Advice for dealing with stress often boils down to clichés like, "Don't worry, be happy!" or, "Just stay positive." Don't get me wrong, there are some great resources that share how successful people stress
Is marijuana a gateway drug? Much of the conventional wisdom and middle school drug education say yes. But the research tells a different story. The gateway hypothesis says marijuana inspires users to
Animation has long been the cinematic medium most conducive to psychedelic experimentation; once film was divorced from reality and the people who made it could do anything, many chose to do everything.
1.7 gamers in every house and two hands on every controller The Entertainment Software Association has published its annual report on the essential facts about gaming habits in America. Surveying over
There are two sure things in this world: death, and delays of Nintendo games. The most recent example of this is "The Legend of Zelda." It was recently delayed to 2017 to line up with the launch of Nintendo's
"Batman: The Killing Joke," which stars longtime voice of the animated version of the Dark Knight, Kevin Conroy, and Mark Hamill as the Joker (he too has done that voice in the past), is an adaptation