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100 Best Albums of the '90s

From Moby to Nirvana, the records that defined a decade<p>One of the decade's strangest hits, <i>Sublime</i> came out shortly after the death of …

Music

Is One of the Most Popular Psychology Experiments Worthless?

A trolley is careening toward an unsuspecting group of workers. You have the power to derail the trolley onto a track with just one worker. Do you do it? It might not matter.<p>Harvard University justice professor Michael J. Sandel stood before a lecture hall filled with students recently and …

The eerie Americana of photographer Ed Freeman - in pictures

After a 25-year career in the music industry, during which he produced Don McLean's American Pie, Ed Freeman returned to his original love of photography. While driving around southern Californian deserts to photograph landscapes, he was struck by the beauty of the desolate buildings he passed on …

Rats Show Regret After Wrong Choices, Scientists Say

Researchers studied brain areas involved in decision making, evaluating outcomes.<p>Could've, should've, would've. Everyone has made the wrong choice at some point in life and suffered regret because of it. Now a new study shows we're not alone in our reaction to incorrect decisions. Rats too can feel …

Lack Of Sleep Kills Brain Cells, New Study Shows

If you’re burning the midnight oil, you may be burning out brain cells, too, new research shows. A study published this week in the Journal of Neuroscience found that staying awake too long destroys brain cells in mice, and may do the same in humans.<p>It’s the first study to show (if only in animals) …

Woman Arrested For Not Returning Movie Rented In 2005

The first thing we thought of when we heard this news was the <i>Seinfeld</i> episode known as "The Library" — the one where Jerry's tracked down by Lt. Bookman after 20 years for not returning a copy of <i>Tropic of Cancer</i>.<p>But this isn't a plot from a TV sitcom. This apparently really did happen last week in …

Are You The Right Kind Of Busy?

You’ve probably had a pretty busy morning so far. Maybe you’ve answered some emails, written your to-do list, and prepared for the day ahead.<p>But I have a question for you (and please don’t take this the wrong way). Have you actually done anything?<p>Rather, have you done anything that’s produced …

These Kids Let Their Dad Color their Drawings. This was the Result

Yesterday reddit user Tatsputin uploaded an album of drawings by his kids that he colored in while on business trips. Every month the father of two …

Artist Paints The Human Body In Ways You Cannot Imagine

This is the talented Alexa Meade, a painter who creates extraordinary paintings by using the human body as her primary canvas.<p>Her work is almost …

The 6 People You Need in Your Corner

Nothing incredible is accomplished alone. You need others to help you, and you need to help others. With the right team, you can form a web of connections to make the seemingly impossible practically inevitable.<p><b>The Instigator:</b><p>Someone who pushes you, who makes you think. Who motivates you to get up …

20 Historic Black and White Photos Colorized

One of the greatest facets of reddit are the thriving subreddits, niche communities of people who share a passion for a specific topic. One of the …

FYI: Why Does Some Food Taste Bad To Some People And Good To Others?

People who have a lot of papillae—the bumps on our tongue, most of which house our taste buds—often find flavors overwhelming. They're "supertasters," and as such they add cream to their coffee and order food mild instead of spicy. Subtasters, on the other hand, have low papillae density and prefer …

Chris Hadfield sings Bowie's 'Space Oddity' in ISS farewell

In one of the coolest zero-g cover songs ever recorded, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield does a heartfelt rendition of David Bowie's classic before returning to Earth.<p>How do you top months of amazing photos, demos, and tunes done aboard the International Space Station? If you're Chris Hadfield, …

Chris Hadfield

Slate Magazine - Politics, Business, Technology, and the Arts

Cover StoryRyan’s Legacy Will Be His Enabling of Trump Jamelle Bouie The speaker knew the president was unfit for the White House. He supported him …

A little stress can make brains sharper - Futurity

UC BERKELEY (US) — Acute stress that’s short-lived, not chronic, primes the brain for improved …

UC Berkeley

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