With so much knowledge floating around, you can easily lose the forest for the trees. Without a fundamental understanding of the big picture, the pieces can make very little sense and even seem absurd.
Being pregnant today means obeying an increasing number of rules. No smoking, drinking, or recreational drugs; avoiding particular foods; worrying about hair dye; worrying about prescription drugs—in worrying
A glorious photograph captured by a motorist during a hail storm has been compared to a surrealistic painting. Colorado Springs resident Stephen Pete Peterson shared the incredible snap from May 10 on
During World War II, millions of Americans planted "victory gardens" in their backyards, eventually supplying a hungry nation with 40 percent of its homegrown fruits and vegetables. Once the war was over,
Google had a problem. Their AI engine spoke with grammatical precision and factual accuracy, but its diction remained terse and limp. They wanted it to be more conversational, so they made it read 2,865
If you peer out into the depths of space — at the vast expanse of stars, galaxies, and even the leftover glow from the Big Bang itself — you might think that if humanity can understand the laws of nature
Part of the series “Today’s True Leadership” In my work as a leadership trainer and a career success coach for women over 11 years, it’s become abundantly clear that the quality of one’s decision-making
In praise of those intermittent “moments of vision” that electrify love. “Real love,” wrote philosopher Alain Badiou in contemplating how we fall and stay in love, “is one that triumphs lastingly, sometimes
Neuroscientists shed new light on the reality-distorting effects of schizophrenia. For our sense of the world to, well, make much sense, we rely on the assumption of a reasonably constant sensory experience.
Discovery of genetic variants which shape number of years spent at school and university, and could pave the way for more personalised teaching A haul of genes that influence how long people spend in has
Before writing the first chapter of Harry Potter, J. K. Rowling planned for seven years at Hogwarts. As a result, Harry Potter is one of the most read books of all-time. Before creating the first Stars
There's been quite a bit of talk surrounding the topic of emotional intelligence, or EQ. What is emotional intelligence? What's different about people who have it from those who don't? According to Psychology
No matter how wildly in love you are now, says Lesli Doares, marriage coach and author of Blueprint For a Lasting Marriage, you can always fall deeper. Ready to take an even bigger plunge? Here's how.
Why are distinct languages still a thing? One of the cooler experiences I've had happened in a Chinese restaurant in Peru. I got into a conversation with the waiter, a Chinese immigrant who didn't speak
For centuries, great thinkers have instinctively stepped out the door and begun walking, or at the very least pacing, when they needed to boost creativity. Charles Dickens routinely walked for 30 miles