Daniel Chng

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Science Says Do These 7 Things to Be Happier Right Now | Inc.com

Had a bad day or feel down in the dumps? Tired of trying to think yourself out of your bad mood all to no avail? Check out these 7 scientifically proven ways to be happier.<p><b>1. Exercise</b><p>Although we've all heard it a million times, exercise is truly one of the easiest ways to a better mood--even if …

Happiness

Five arresting images of climate change that are impossible to ignore

The effects of climate change are becoming ever more visible. These compelling photographs capture the consequences of global warming at the peak of …

5. Concrete - The Romans Got There First

Although most of us associate concrete with ugly '70s tower blocks, it's actually a technology that was used throughout history, most famously by the …

I got a magnet implanted into my finger for science, and it was amazingly weird

<b>This is Episode 14 of Real Future, Fusion’s documentary series about technology and society. More episodes available at realfuture.tv.</b><p>I don't know …

30 Samsung Galaxy S7 And S7 Edge Tips And Tricks You Should Know About

Last month, Samsung announced the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge. Right out of the gate, the devices received strong reviews. Consumer Reports even called Samsung’s new flagships “the best smartphones” and now the devices sit atop its <i>Ratings</i>. The S7 and S7 Edge smartphones are packed with …

Apps

Evolution makes scientific sense. So why do many people reject it?

Child psychology studies have identified a natural human bias toward the theory of intelligent design, and pose a solution: teach evolution earlier<p>Evolution is poorly understood by students and, disturbingly, by many of their science teachers. Although it is part of the compulsory science …

Biology

Arctic sea ice reaches another record low

Arctic sea ice has reached "a record low" for the second year running, says Nasa.<p>Nasa's National Snow and Ice Data Centre found that the cap of ice …

Gentrification doesn't trickle down to help everyone

Regeneration boosters praise cities that 'bounce back' from poverty. The reality is poverty just gets bounced elsewhere<p>It's no secret that today's big cities are massively unequal, and gentrification is now the predominant form of neighborhood development. In countless urban districts across the …

The Problem With Megacities

The triumphalism surrounding the slums and megacities frankly disturbs me. It is, of course, right to celebrate the amazing resilience of residents …

A multi-billion dollar development is transforming Toronto’s waterfront – and the city's cultural life

Toronto has never been a visual stunner. Filmmakers often use its generic cityscape to stand in for other locations. But North America’s largest urban revitalisation project is set to to change that.<p>Linwood Barclay on Toronto<p>Read more<p>The 25-year Waterfront Toronto project will see 800 hectares of …

Toronto

How France Built Inequality Into Its Cities

Planners have created isolated urban enclaves that keep the country’s immigrant population separate.<p>A year ago, I took a job as an English teacher in France. I was expecting to see the Old World. What I found instead was Val-de-Reuil, one of France’s New Towns. Val-de-Reuil was built from the …

National Geographic Magazine

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