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A Bunch of Alien Lovers Held a Fake Congressional Hearing about Aliens. What Now?

In April and May of this year, a bunch of alien believers, abductees, and ex-military personalities converged onto Washington to discuss the theory that the governments of the world have been hiding the truth: that aliens live among us and have for...<p><i>The Citizen Hearing's fundraising video for</i> …

Paranormal

Physicists Say Consciousness Might Be a State of Matter

It’s not enough to have a brain. Consciousness—a hallmark of humans, mammals, birds, and even octopuses—is that mysterious force that makes all those …

14 Brilliant Hacks to Improve Your Internet Experience

Simple tricks make your life so much more pleasant, and what could be simpler than learning new ways to navigate the internet that you use every day

Human-Robot Relationships Will Never Make the Leap From Sex to Love

If sex robots could love, would they even be robots at all?<p>Could a robot designed as a sexual companion ever feel something like love for me? And could I, as a human with emotional intelligence, ever feel love for it? These questions challenge our definition of love, but they also challenge our …

Yoga to lower back pain - Yoga Poses - YogaPoses.com ®

Though without the body or senses, the I aham sees, hears, and smells. Though not an agent in the worldly sense, the I alone creates the different …

Quantum Living: Epigenetics And Exercise: How Genes Take Shape To Change Your DNA One Workout At A Time

Are you ready for a DNA make-over that's guaranteed to help you get slimmer, stronger, happier and overall in great shape?<p>It's called Epigenetics, a cutting-edge new science that studies how our gene expression is influenced and changed by a whole host of factors--from diet, exercise, and …

Synchronicity, Myth, and the New World Order

/ Dec 11, 2012<p>Looking out upon the horrid ruin we seem to have made of the planet, in spite of the kind hearts and good intentions of the vast …

Hunza – The Only People In The World Without Cancer!

Sharing is caring!<p>According to the experts, the only people in the world that do not have cancer are the <b>Hunza people</b>. The key factor about this …

9 cooking methods that make your food toxic

How you cook your food is just as important as what you eat. When smoking, frying, or grilling meat, carcinogens are produced and when amino acids, sugars, and creatine react at high temperatures. That's right—grilling your meat can be as damaging to your body as smoking!<p>Certain cooking methods can …

The Right Chemistry: So-called 'Earthers' who don't like synthetic soles could be in for a shock

It seems the Earth is a giant pill. It can cure disease. Luckily, you don’t have to try to swallow it. But you do have to swallow some pretty bizarre …

Playing Pokémon Go Is Helping People With Mental Health Issues Feel Better

"As soon as I got Pokemon Go I was able to leave the house, and I walked outside for hours and suddenly found myself enjoying it."<p>Players are encouraged to travel around their neighborhood to find new Pokémon.<p>"I have struggled with motivation and energy since I was 9, when I developed severe …

Brain Cells Break Their Own DNA to Allow Memories to Form

Given the fundamental importance of our DNA, it is logical to assume that damage to it is undesirable and spells bad news; after all, we know that …

4 Proven Secrets to Easily Improve Your Body Language

What is your body language telling others about you?<p>Last week I wrote about how to read other people (you can check that out here.) But being able to …

Best Abdominal Exercises - How to Get a Stomach of Steel in 7 Days

Owning and operating a strong and muscular midsection is easier than you might think. You don't have to spend half your life in the weight room, or …

Bethesda know exactly what Fallout 4 is, and it's not an RPG

Last week our own Fraser Brown spoke about how Bethesda don’t know what Fallout 4 is anymore, lamenting that the series is now an unfocused mess of …

The science is in: exercise won’t help you lose much weight

We’ve been conditioned to think of exercise as a key ingredient — perhaps the most important ingredient — of any weight loss effort.<p>You know the drill: Join the gym on January 1 if you want to reach your New Year’s weight loss goal.<p>But in truth, the evidence has been accumulating for years that …

Fitness

Here's How To Choose The Best Bagged Bread At The Supermarket

<i>For Bon Appetit, by Rochelle Bilow.</i><p>Although we're suckers for a good bakery or homemade loaf, the pre-sliced, squishy bread that comes in plastic bags is convenient and cheap. It also makes excellent grilled cheese sandwiches. But some bread is good for you (nutrients!), while some breads wear a …

The Sleep Hack Neuroscience Says Gives Your Brain Optimal Rest | Inc.com

Sleep is critical for rest and rejuvenation. A human being will actually die of sleep deprivation before starvation--it takes about two weeks to starve, but only 10 days to die if you go without sleep.<p>The CDC has also classified insufficient sleep as a public health concern. Those who don't get …

Neuroscience

4 Ways You Can Turn a Crush Into a Relationship

Research-based steps for getting closer and making your feelings mutual.<p>Summer crush season is upon us, and these four strategies can help make your …

8 Oddly Effective Weight Loss Tips That Are Backed By Science

In the game of weight loss, the deck is stacked against you. Food marketers have spent millions researching colors, flavors, scents, and packaging in order to find the best ways of getting you to eat more.<p>But in the past few years, brain researchers have discovered some tricks to help suppress your …

Weight Loss

The Roots of Mental Health—Maybe They’re Not In Our Heads

The number of people—and women in particular—who are taking antidepressants worldwide has skyrocketed in recent years. Here in the States, the count …

Dietary fiber has biggest influence on successful aging, research reveals

(credit: iStock)Eating the right amount of dietary fiber from breads, cereals, and fruits can help us avoid disease and disability into old age, …

What does alcohol do to your body and brain?

Alcohol is one of the world’s favorite recreational drugs. After a drink, most people become more sociable, less stressed, and happier, and will probably reach for another drink before too long. For all this to occur, the alcohol in the drink has to do a multitude of things.<p>When you sip that tasty …

6 research-backed secrets to permanently changing your habits

We all want to get to the gym, be more productive, be kinder to our loved ones… and then we don't do it. Why?<p>Well, building solid personal habits can be hard.<p>In fact, research shows it takes an average of 66 days to build a new good habit.<p>From Oliver Burkeman's Help! How to be slightly happier and …

'The new gasoline' could be in an epic bubble

Lithium is nature's lightest solid element, and is one of the most abundant metals in the earth's crust. Once processed, it can be used in everything from ceramics to grease. It's even used to treat bipolar disorder. But that's not why The Economist magazine recently called lithium "the world's …

A Guy Who's Been Living Off the Grid for 20 Years Explains How to Live Sustainably

I asked the guy living in Sydney's greenest house whether I'm too poor to live off the grid.<p>From the street, Michael Mobbs's inner Sydney terrace house looks like any other. But 20 years ago, Michael and his wife transformed their Chippendale home into an experiment in sustainable living: solar …

How the Brain Makes and Breaks Habits

<i>Summary: Researchers report they have identified a neural pathway involved in switching between habitual behavior and deliberate decision</i> …

Alzheimer's Disease May Stem From Infections

Alzheimer’s disease may be the result of byproduct that builds up in the brain when it fights infections, according to a new study.<p>The new study, if …