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You're Not Crazy. Your Cat IS Talking To You.

Anyone who's ever found oneself talking to a cat may not need to worry about being totally insane after all.<p>Cats are, it turns out, actually trying …

Science Finds An Interesting Link Between Anxiety And Intelligence

People who think too much may have little reason to worry. Recent studies have shown that there is a link between anxiety and intelligence and it is …

Stop Doing These 5 Things to Be Happier Today, Says Science

Make these simple, research-backed changes to your life, and you could be much happier today.<p>Sometimes being happier takes big changes--a new job, a different relationship, or painful and prolonged grappling with past trauma. That's not what this post is about. This post is about the quick and …

Social Media

'Planet of the Apes': Scientists believe modern humans lived among other ancient human species

Modern humans were likely to have been just one human species among many in a real-life version of Planet of the Apes.<p>Evolutionary scientists believe …

Anthropology

Stalagmite unlocks ancient secrets

The decline of ancient Maya society has perplexed archaeologists for decades. A stalagmite containing the climate record of the past 2,000 years now …

Archaeology

This Is the Biggest Predictor of Career Success

Brains? Grit? Luck? Nope, science says the most likely sign that you're going to succeed big time is something else.<p>What's the biggest predictor of success in life? Take a guess and you're likely to come up with something like talent, brains, grit, even luck or connections. And certainly all of …

Self-improvement

How Amazon Delivers Packages in Less Than an Hour

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How To Turn Your Old Smartphone Into A Smart Mirror

A reflective dashboard for your morning routine<p>Ditch your Post-it notes for reminders built right into a mirror. Software engineer Hannah Mittelstaedt programmed an old Android tablet to show time, weather, and other information in bright letters on a dark background. Place the device behind a …

Weekend lie-ins could trigger diabetes, study finds

Routine sleep changes, such as waking up early for work during the week, may raise the risk of developing metabolic problems, researchers say<p>An occasional <b>lie-in</b> could trigger diabetes, according to new research.<p>Even routine sleep changes, such as waking up early for work during the week, may raise …

Muslims and Christians less generous than atheists, study finds

Scientists tested the generosity of children of different faiths, and found that religious children aren't necessarily the most altruistic<p>Think a religious upbringing necessarily entails positive personality traits, such as generosity? These scientists may have just proved you wrong.<p>Jean Decety, a …

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15 mind-blowing facts about Coca-Cola

The iconic American brand is recognized instantly around the globe and sold in more than 200 countries.<p>On average, more than 10,000 soft drinks from Coca-Cola are consumed every second of every day. You'll be familiar with brands like Diet Coke, Sprite, and Fanta — but here are some facts about …

Alcohol

Smoking Doesn't Kill Them: The Strange Science of the Longevity Gene

Why do some cigarette smokers live to old age while others die young? Scientists are getting closer to an answer.<p>It’s a well-established fact that …

1 in 5 Americans Confuse Astrology and Astronomy

Do you understand the relationship between elevation and the boiling point of water? Do you know what property of a sound wave determines its …

Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2015: more of the best entries so far

Why Do Hackers Want Your Health Data?

Recent security breaches at health insurance companies affect millions of Americans: here’s why that’s bad news.<p>Yesterday, major health insurance providers Lifetime Healthcare Companies and its subsidiary BlueCross BlueShield announced that they had been hacked, affecting a total of 10.5 million …

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Research shows that these 7 hobbies will make you smarter

Scientists have now proven that we can actually <i>increase</i> our potential and enjoy ourselves in the process.<p>We now know that by learning new skills the brain creates new neural pathways that make it work faster and better.<p>Here is a list of seven hobbies that make you smarter and why.<p>Playing music …

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FinTech

The most incredible natural phenomena around the world

Some of these natural phenomena are so bizarre that it can be tough to believe they exist, but the breathtaking and eerie wonders reveal nature's immense power.<p>From a bright pink lake in Australia to the Northern Lights, here are some of the world's most fascinating natural marvels.

Nature

In survey, 88% of U.S. adults said they had sexted and 96% of them endorsed it

If you've ever sent racy text messages or revealing selfies to your sweetie, you're not alone. More than 4 out of 5 adults in a new study reported sexting – that is, sending or receiving sexually explicit text messages or pictures on their phones – in the last year. And they were glad they …

Thai courts hand down record sentences for royal insults

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai military courts on Friday jailed two people, one for 30 years and the other for 28 years, for insulting the monarchy, the heaviest sentences for the crime in the country’s history, lawyers and a legal monitoring group said.<p>Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej sits in a …

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Dark side of the moon captured by Nasa satellite a million miles from Earth

The US space agency has released a picture taken from its Deep Space Climate Observatory showing the moon as it moves in front of the sunlit side of Earth<p>In an unusual treat for astronomers, and perhaps Pink Floyd fans, what is often known as the dark side of the moon has been captured, fully …

Pacific Ocean

How What You Believe Affects What You're Like When You're High

For decades, connoisseurs of psychedelics have said that "set and setting"—your state of mind and your environment—influence how you experience drugs. And they're right.<p>Psychedelic connoisseurs are usually well versed in "set and setting," or the the idea that both your state of mind, beliefs, and …

Consciousness

The Lazy Way to an Awesome Life: 3 Secrets Backed by Research

We all want an awesome life. And very often you know what you need to do to improve it… but you don’t do it.<p>I don’t blame you. Hey, some of that …

Happiness

This Elephant Calf Chasing Birds Is The Cutest Thing You’ll See All Day

Jack White Gets Weird (And Has Actual Fun!) On His Very Good New Album<p>Steven Hyden 03.21.18 3 hours ago<p>Yo La Tengo’s Masterful New Album And The Challenge Of Old Bands Finding New Ways To Be Great<p>Steven Hyden 03.15.18 6 days ago<p>Uproxx Music’s March Showcase For The RX Features Haley Heynderickx At …