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Congress’ Summer Fling With Marijuana

How Congress turned on the DEA and embraced weed.<p>It’s not easy being the DEA these days. After an unprecedented losing streak on Capitol Hill, the once-untouchable Drug Enforcement Administration suffered last week what might be considered the ultimate indignity: A Senate panel, for the first time, …

16 Things You Should Start Doing That Will Still Help You in 10 Years From Now

• 192shares<p>No matter how much you develop the necessary skills to improve any given aspect of your life, you can always get better. There is no book, …

The funnel cake ice cream sandwich recipe you have to try

Turn your kitchen into a carnival!<p>Don't fret if you don't make it to the county fair this summer because with this recipe, it's coming to you. Try this sweet summer ice cream sandwich, featuring funnel cake for the "bread."<p>Funnel Cake Ice Cream Sandwich<p>Samantha Okazaki / TODAY

Watching All The "Game Of Thrones" Deaths To The Tune Of "See You Again" Will Break Your Heart All Over Again

Too many feelings.

Game of Thrones

Futurology: Another Scientist Confirms "Impossible" EM Drive; Could Reach Mars In 70 Days

<b>Why Is This Important?</b><p>Because EM Drive keeps proving doubters wrong and could revolutionize space travel.<p><b>Long Story Short</b><p>After extensive testing, a prominent German scientist has stated that the Electromagnetic Propulsion Engine labeled by many as ‘impossible’ does in fact work. It could completely …

The scientific breakthrough that could radically transform the way we treat neurological disorders

New research suggests our brains and our bodies are much more closely connected than previously believed<p>Brett Stetka<p>July 29, 2015 9:30am (UTC)<p>This article was originally published by Scientific American.<p>When the ancient Egyptians prepared a mummy they would scoop out the brain through the nostrils …

39 Books to Help You Make Decisions in Life

At Re:Think Decision Making in February, I asked participants to offer up some books on decision making. <i>(If you’d like to be one of the first to know</i> …

Scientists are on the cusp of these 15 discoveries that will transform the world

Our smartphones are more powerful computers than the Apollo 11 mission to the moon used. Many of the devicIes that power our everyday lives would have been unimaginable a century ago.<p>It's a tough world to keep up in.<p>Concerned about what they argue is a lack of funding and appreciation in the US for …

Scientific Alternatives to Animal Testing

A Progress Report<p>by Kara Rogers<p>— <i>The guest writer for Advocacy for Animals this week, Kara Rogers, is Britannica’s life sciences editor. She holds a</i> …

Meet the Adorable Robot Designed by a Pixar Employee

Of course there's an adorable robot who hangs out at the Pixar Animation Studios. Nobody could possiby be surprised by the story of Mira, a spherical …

Man Explains How To Use Reverse Psychology In Marriage This Is Priceless...

How Bioengineered Bacteria Could Give Robots a Living Brain

Researchers are applying mathematical models in a virtual environment to test out a bacteria-powered cyborg prototype.<p>Imagine a future where robots with organic brains could be controlled through their microbiome. That might become reality, if researchers at Virginia Tech can transfer their virtual …

8 reasons Pluto should totally have planet status (pictures)

Pluto Seen from Saturn

As one NASA spacecraft sailed past the distant ice world of Pluto, collecting never-before-seen vistas and invaluable science data, another …

An Asteroid Mining Test Vehicle Just Launched From The Space Station

Robo space miners, deploy!<p>Planetary Resources, a company that wants to mine asteroids for precious materials, has just launched a demonstration vehicle to test out its asteroid mining technologies. The breadbox-sized Arkyd 3 Reflight (A3R) is so-named because the original Arkyd 3 died a fiery death …

Screaming For Science: The Secrets Of Crying Babies And Car Alarms

It's almost impossible to ignore a screaming baby. (Click here if you doubt that.) And now scientists think they know why.<p>"Screams occupy their own little patch of the soundscape that doesn't seem to be used for other things," says David Poeppel, a professor of psychology and neuroscience at New …

Futuristic brain probe allows for wireless control of neurons: Scientists developed an ultra-thin, minimally invasive device for controlling brain cells with drugs and light

Scientists developed an ultra-thin, minimally invasive device for controlling brain cells with drugs and light<p>A study showed that scientists can …

Comet appears briefly for Southern Hemisphere

It’s setting soon after the sun, but it’s in the same part of the sky as this weekend’s spectacular display of the moon, Venus and Jupiter.<p>On July …

Astronomy

What the Solar System Looks Like When the Moon Is 1 Pixel

In case you weren’t already over the moon about NASA getting up-close and personal with what was once our most distant planet (now the largest dwarf …

How to Cope With an Existential Crisis

Despite the weirdness of existence, most of us are able to get on with our lives and avoid debilitating feelings of despair, personal failure, and …