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Everything You Need to Know About Giving Negative Feedback

There’s a lot of conflicting advice out there on giving corrective feedback. If you really need to criticize someone’s work, how should you do it? I dug into our archives for our best, research- and experience-based advice on what to do, and what to avoid.<p>Never, ever, ever feed someone a …

"Gravity is Driving Growth of the Universe" --Astronomers Confirm via 600,000 Galaxies

Samushia and his colleagues analysed more than 600,000 galaxies from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey III (SDSS-III) Baryon Oscillations Spectroscopic …

41 Nutrient-packed Superfoods Ranked in New Study

Who’d have thought it? An unassuming leafy green often used as decorative garnish might just be the healthiest food you can eat. Researchers at …

Why can't you remember being a baby? Science explains.

Why don't you remember being a baby? How come you barely remember being a young child? How come a three-year-old can remember things that happened — but will then have no memories of that day a few years later?<p>THE NEW BRAIN CELLS OF YOUNG ANIMALS MAY BE MESSING UP THEIR MEMORIES<p>These questions have …

World's First Urban Algae Canopy Produces the Oxygen Equivalent of Four Hectares of Woodland Every Day

The Urban Algae Canopy by ecoLogic Studio is a piece of bio-digital architecture that combines micro-algal cultures and real time digital cultivation …

Higgs Boson Seems To Prove That The Universe Doesn't Exist

None of us should be here. In fact, the whole world, the stars and the galaxies shouldn’t be here either. According to a new cosmological study, our whole Universe should have blinked out of existence an instant after it was first created.<p>Research from British cosmologists at King’s College London …

Creationist author asks: If evolution is true, “is rape wrong?”

Darek Isaacs appeared on “Creation Today” with ridiculous claims about evolution<p>On Monday's online broadcast of "Creation Today," creationist Darek Isaacs made some wildly ridiculous claims about the theory of evolution. Creationists reject the theory of evolution and follow a pseudo-scientific …

5 demented conservative attempts to hijack and discredit science

On everything from Neil deGrasse Tyson to climate change, these conservatives seriously need to get a grip<p>What happens when you’re part of a religious and political movement whose ideology is contradicted by well-established science? You’ve gotta get creative. Here are the five most ridiculous …

"Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us.…

"Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever was, lived out their lives. The aggregate of our joy and suffering, thousands of confident religions, ideologies, and economic doctrines, every hunter and forager, every hero and coward, every creator and destroyer of civilization, every king and peasant, every young couple in love, every mother and father, hopeful child, inventor and …

Wikipearls: Bite-sized foods wrapped in edible packaging

Food packaging is an understandably contentious issue -- not only does it end up in our oceans and landfills, languishing for decades, it can also be …

5 Habits of People With Remarkable Willpower | Inc.com

Willpower is <i>not</i> something you either have or you don't.<p>Sure, some people may be more self-disciplined than you. Some people may be better at resisting temptation than you. But that's probably not because they were born with some certain special something inside them--instead, they've found ways to …

How to Be a Better Boss: 12 Shortcuts | Inc.com

The business of business is usually simple. Take management, for instance. You can read management books or spend hours in the classroom... or you can just follow some simple shortcuts:<p><b>1. Manage individuals not numbers</b>, because the only way to change the numbers is to change people's behaviors.<p><b>2.</b> …

16 Of The Most Profound Jokes Ever Told

In a Quora thread, users answered the question, "What are some of the most profound jokes ever?" Their responses touch on heavier topics like death, philosophy, and religion. Many of the punch lines are comments on how people live or instructions on how they should live.<p>Here are some of our …

Big Bang Inflation Evidence Inconclusive - Sky & Telescope

<b>New analyses suggest that observations heralded as evidence for the universe’s brief growth spurt don’t conclusively show what researchers thought</b> …

Cable companies are reportedly funding fake consumer groups to attack net neutrality

The public wants net neutrality so badly that it broke the FCC's website. But can the weighty voice of the people combat well-funded astroturfing? <i>VICE</i> believes that the nation's cable companies are funding groups that pretend to represent consumers, but are actually just parroting their own stance …

6 Habits of Super Successful People | Inc.com

Why are some people more successful than others? There’s really no mystery: It's because they do things differently than people who are less successful. Here are six things that very successful people do every day. Embrace these habits and you can greatly accelerate your own success.<p>1. <b>Keep Your Eye</b> …

1 Word That Kills Your Credibility | Inc.com

I have watched more salespeople and companies pitch their ideas over the years than I care to count. And during thousands of interviews with consumers about how they use different products and services and respond to marketing messages, I have honed the craft of ferreting out telltale signs of lies …

New smartphone chip will beam high-definition holograms as early as 2015

Just imagine: a smartphone that projects 3D holograms into thin-air. If you can wait until the end of next year, and if you can believe the claims being made by a well-funded company called Ostendo, then your next handset could be capable of just that. Thanks to breakthroughs by the Californian …

This Is the Richest, Most Colorful Picture of the Universe Ever

Gaze upon the vastness of creation, ye mighty, and despair.<p>The Hubble telescope may be on its last legs — it's expected to cease functioning sometime …

Net Neutrality Threatens Much More Than Free Speech

If you haven't been following the Net Neutrality debate, you need to start. It's not only bad for small to medium businesses, but threatens to widen the digital divide in a way that will leave the disenfranchised off on an island of their own -- possibly for good.<p><b>The Internet and Social Change</b><p>Since …

A Simple Blast of Laser Could Help Your Teeth Grow Back

Teeth don't grow back, as your dentist might like to remind you while revving up the drill for a root canal. But scientists have now found a way to …

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5G Will Change the Game Again

Remember when we had 1G back in the 1980s? No? That's because back then so few thought there would ever be something faster and better. And it took a long time to get to 2G, which finally occurred in the 1990s. It took the better part of yet another decade to get up to 3G. For those of you who …

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