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RebelMouse vs. WordPress VIP

After building the product for Huffington Post, and owning the product and engineering groups at AOL after we were acquired, it was clear to me there …

How Giving Up Refined Sugar Changed My Brain

Consuming refined sugar can impact mood, decision-making, and memory. Here’s how good it can be to give it up.<p><i>Editor’s Note: This article is one of the top 10 Leadership stories of 2015. See the full list here.</i><p>I have a love-hate relationship with food. I love it; it generally hates me. Matter of …

Nutrition

Strange Crater Shape Leads to Enormous Mars Underground Ice Discovery

An oddly shaped crater on the mid latitudes of the Martian northern hemisphere likely obtained its terraced profile from a surprisingly large …

CERN: Test results show more detail about 'God particle'

GENEVA (AP) — Two years after finding the elusive Higgs boson "God particle," physicists now know a little bit more about how it acts. And it acts just like they thought it would.<p>The European Organization for Nuclear Research, known by its French acronym CERN, said Tuesday that two experiments that …

Physics

‘Alien warship’ UFO seen firing lasers at Earth… apparently

August was a busy month for spotting extra-terrestrial objects and the latest footage from NASA’s ISS video feed shows an apparent UFO attack on …

Paranormal

Outrageous Acts of Thinking: The Misuse of Science

I met an installation artist at a dinner party a couple of months ago. When she asked what I did, I told her I was a physicist.<p>"I love physicists," she gushed. "I work with a tribe in the Amazon and they are more quantum mechanical than us."<p>"What do you mean?" I asked.<p>"Quantum mechanical, you …

Critical Thinking

Here come the so-called 'Tesla rivals'

Another day brings another new electric automaker. Call them “Tesla rivals.” Maybe, if you’re feeling especially bold, “Tesla killers.” All of these …

Electric Vehicles

Elon Musk says humanity is currently running 'the dumbest experiment in history'

People are running "the dumbest experiment in history" by continuing to burn fossil fuels,Elon Musk said in an interview earlier this year with Wait But Why's Tim Urban.<p>As Musk explained:<p>"The greater the change to the chemical composition of the physical, chemical makeup of the oceans and …

The Interspiritual Revolution

<i>“We must all achieve our identity on the basis of a radical authenticity… [for] it is only in the real world of the person – neither singular nor</i> …

Spirituality

Open Devices - Sony Developer World

Risks<p>Please be aware that Sony cannot guarantee the full functionality, and will not be responsible, for any unsigned custom ROM being flashed to …

iRoller Reusable Screen Cleaner

The iRoller Screen Cleaner from SKT Productions is a liquid-free and reusable screen cleaner for your smartphones, tablets, GPS devices and any other …

HSBC: Europeans Dragging Their Feet On Climate Action

<b>Published on</b> February 8th, 2014 | <i>by Guest Contributor</i><p>29<p>February 8th, 2014 by <b>Guest Contributor</b><p><i>Originally published on RenewEconomy.</i> <i><br>By Sophie …

How much power do cities really have to combat climate change?

C40 Cities, Michael Bloomberg’s coalition of global mayors trying to tackle climate change on their own, reported Wednesday that their progress is …

How to fix a car – without a mechanic

Modern car engines are full of sensors and smart technology that can make them complicated to repair. Can a pair of futuristic glasses help guide the way?<p>Think of a mechanic working on your car, and you’ll probably imagine oil, grease, and an array of complicated tools. But the workshop of the …

Autonomous Cars

Will flying cars ever take off?

Our pick of the week from around the web, including the rise in ambitious cars, why many jobs could be automated and why a good kettle costs so much.<p>What jobs will the robots take?<br>Derek Thompson | Atlantic | 23 January 2014<br>Nearly half of today’s American jobs could be automated “in a decade or …

Electric Vehicles
Molecular Biology

Unlocking the hidden secrets inside our brains

Why the coming years will witness exciting new discoveries about our brains – from creating better tools to probe the mind deeper to creating smart nanobots.<p>The human brain is the most complex part of our body. The 1.4kg mass of one hundred billion neurons has a mind boggling potential to control …

The Brain

6 Amazing Stories That Could Make You Believe in Karma

1. Thief hit by a bus seconds after robbing a woman<p>In Bogota, Colombia, in May 2013, a man grabbed a woman’s phone at a bus stop, wrestling it from …

North Carolina

Stealth Inc.: A Clone in the Dark Review

A king among clones<p>Deep within the bowels of a research center that wouldn't feel out of place at Black Mesa or Aperture Science, the lights come up …

Only 27 percent of Ouya owners have bought games

Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman has confirmed that only around a quarter of customers who have purchased the device have also bought software on the company’s Android-based home console.<p>The news comes from an interview with The Verge, where Uhrman said that hardware sales and conversion rates shifting …

Ryse: Son of Rome trailer takes players behind the scenes

The latest trailer for Crytek's hack-and-slash title <i>Ryse: Son of Rome</i> offers insight into the studio's development process and attempt to make the game feel like a movie.<p>Game director and founder of Crytek Cevat Yerli and director of cinematic Peter Gornstein, discuss how they wanted the next-gen …

Activision To Buy Back Independence In $8.2 Billion Vivendi Deal

<i>The publisher of Call of Duty and World of Warcraft announced that it struck a deal with Vivendi to buy most of its controlling stake.</i><p>In an $8.2 billion deal, video game publisher Activision Blizzard is gaining its independence from Vivendi, five years after the French conglomerate purchased a …

Microsoft aiming to allow full Xbox One RAM access for indie devs, says Spencer

Indie studios developing for Xbox One will likely have no RAM restrictions limiting their work on the new console, Microsoft head Phil Spencer said in a post on Twitter.<p>This follows rumors to the contrary suggesting indie game would only have access to a maximum of 3GB of RAM based on the console's …

Today I Played: Earth Defense Force 2025

<i>Earth Defense Force 2025</i> is the must-own game of the summer — <i>ahem</i>!<p>Excuse me — <i>ahem!</i> — sorry, something's caught in my throat. <i>Ahem!</i> Right. Where were we? Oh. Yes. <em>Earth Defense Force 2025</em> is the must-own game of the summer <i>if</i> you live in Japan.<p>The latest in the alien-blasting, city …

Microsoft Lays Out Its Xbox One Plans

by Squiggs Saturday, July 20, 2013 at 02:26 PM<p>Exciting!<p>by Heart35 Saturday, July 20, 2013 at 02:33 PM<p>Him telling the Make-A-Wish kid nothing was …

Xbox One Stores Last Five Minutes Of Recorded Video

by IGN_Dead_2_Me Monday, July 22, 2013 at 11:16 AM<p>I'm gonna record so many crazy Battlefield 4 moments.<p>by Torasko Monday, July 22, 2013 at 11:16 …

Why Sony Is Betting On Indie Games For the PS4

Octodad is the sort of game Adam Boyes, Vice President of Developer and Publisher Relations at Sony, likes to talk about. It is, suffice it to say, weird. You play a simple father who is just trying to do his best to exist in the world and raise his kids, without anyone finding out that he’s an …