Prasanth Ariyannur

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The Top Architecture Résumé/CV Designs

A few months ago we put out a call for the best architecture résumé/CV designs. Between ArchDaily and ArchDaily Brasil we received over 450 CVs from …

Hate journal impact factors? New study gives you one more reason

Scientists have a love-hate relationship with the journal impact factor (JIF), the measurement used to rank technical journals by prestige. They have …

Plan, Persevere, And Pray – Achieving Peace Even When You Don’t Know What Comes Next

I was getting ready for bed when my best friend text me asking if I could meet him at his apartment. He would be moving out the next day so I figured …

Harvard Goes To The Himalayas – Monks With ‘Superhuman’ Abilities Show Scientists What We Can All Do

It’s fascinating to consider just how many ancient teachings tell us that humans have the capacity to gain extraordinary powers through various …

A Profound Contradiction of Human Existence

“<i>Science does not reveal the meaning of our existence, but it does draw back some of the veils.</i>”<p>“Be not deceived,” Epictetus writes in <i>The Discourses</i>, …

Deleting genes could boost lifespan by 60 per cent, say scientists

The secret of extending life by decades may lie in switching off certain genes, scientists believe, after showing that small genetic tweaks can make organisms live 60 per cent longer.<p>Ten years of research by the Buck Institute for Research on Ageing and the University of Washington has identified …

Immune System

Genetic Testing and Tribal Identity

Why many Native Americans have concerns about DNA kits like 23andme<p>The genetic sequencing company 23andMe recently tapped into its vast bank of data to release a study on genetic origins, producing the biggest genetic profile of the United States ever conducted—big, but nowhere near complete.<p>Out of …

Anthropology

Life After Traveling: Learning To Live In Reality Again

One of the hardest parts to coming home after traveling is learning how to live fully in the present while you’re somewhere as familiar as home. …

10 Things You Need To Think About Before Dating A Super-Awesome, Handsome, Strong Guy

1. Everybody’s going to want to be constantly staring at him, so you’ve got to get used to not getting mad or jealous or insecure, because whenever …

3 Ways To Develop Healthy And Happy Adult Friendships

While adult friendships may seem like they’re all lunch dates, happy hours and group trips to Vegas, they can be a lot more complicated than that. …

Predispositions and Plasticity in Music and Speech Learning: Neural Correlates and Implications

AAAS login provides access to <i>Science</i> for AAAS members, and access to other journals in the <i>Science</i> family to users who have purchased individual …

3 ‘Modern’ Inventions That Existed Millions of Years Ago: Nuclear Reactor, Telescope, Clothes

Evidence exists pointing to prehistoric civilizations as advanced as our modern civilization—or perhaps more advanced.<p>Such evidence could turn our …

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How to Create Reflections in Photoshop

Great reflections can really make an image. The problem is, that like buses, there is never one when you need one. Of course these days it is …

Reflecting on mirror neurons

The discovery of mirror neurons has been touted as one of the most important of modern neuroscience, but what exactly are these cells, and should you believe the hype?<p><i>Chapter 11 of my book, 50 Human Brain Ideas You Really Need to Know. Here's the introduction to the book, and my post about the most</i> …

$4 toast: Why the tech industry is ruining San Francisco

I have a great business idea: luxury sanitation. White-glove garbage collectors and high-end toilet systems.<p>San Francisco has overpriced every other basic commodity of human existence. Why not take that trend to its illogical conclusion?<p>I went to The Mill for breakfast today and got a black cup of …

Photos of the Mesmerizing Sun Halo that Appeared Over New York Today

Earlier today, residents of New York and the surrounding area were privy to a really amazing celestial treat; it’s called a Sun Halo, and one spent …

Hello spring! Best flower photos from around the world

Henri Matisse said, “There are always flowers for those who want to see them.” Thank you EarthSky friends for seeing them and sharing your images …

Henri Matisse

6 Awesome Things About Getting Dumped

1. You don’t have to make a difficult choice.<p>If things weren’t going so well, and you both kind of knew that this was all going to come to an …

Masculine Living Rooms vs Feminine Living Rooms

A tufted sofa. A vase of fresh flowers. A chandelier. Are these quintessential feminine touches? Perhaps! What about traditional masculine accents …

Articles about mid century renovation washington on Dwell.com - Dwell

Architect Janet Bloomberg infused a mid-century kitchen with her 21st-century taste to create a whimsical yet thoughtful new...<p>Among the vintage interior design trends, the mid-century modern designs of the 1950s are holding fast.<p>Bernhardt Design revives Charles Pollock’s long-dormant career with …

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Supersized natural wonders of US National Parks

Superlative natural wonders appear wherever you turn in the USA's national parks. Whether you're working on your bucket list - 'Climb North America's highest mountain!' - or just wanting to hug the world's largest living tree, you can explore nature's extreme outer limits at these record-setting US …

The Cities That Live Behind Walls

For thousands of years, humans have been defending their cities by building huge walls around them. Over time, the cities often spill over the walls …

Earth As Art: 'How Did Nature Do That?'

Satellites are powerful tools. They beam our TV signals, phone calls and data around the planet. They help us spy, they track storms, they power the GPS signals in our cars and on our phones. But they also send back striking, totally disarming images of planet Earth.<p>This set of images is all about …

I’m still here: back online after a year without the internet

I was wrong.<p>One year ago I left the internet. I thought it was making me unproductive. I thought it lacked meaning. I thought it was "corrupting my soul."<p>It's a been a year now since I "surfed the web" or "checked my email" or "liked" anything with a figurative rather than literal thumbs up. I've …

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