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This Chrome extension brings the ‘view image’ button back to Google Image Search [Video]

In case you missed it, Google recently made a change as result of a lawsuit that removed the convenient “view image” button from search results. Now, just a day later, there’s already a Chrome extension that brings it back.<p>The best gifts for Android users<p>Google and Getty Images recently reached a …

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BBC Trust To 'Look Afresh' At Jeremy Corbyn 'Shoot-To-Kill' Inaccuracy Findings In Provisional Report

BBC News defends Laura Kuenssberg from 'inaccuracy' claims.<p>The BBC Trust is to “look afresh” at the findings of a provisional report concluding …

We survive because reality may be nothing like we think it is

Professor of cognitive science at the University of California, Irvine Donald H. Hoffman has doubts that reality is much like what we think it is. We …

28 Pictures That Prove That Nothing Really Matters

It's freeing in a way.

Universe

How to Help Shy Kids Without Harming Them

A stroll through the research literature on shyness can be a little alarming to the parent of a wallflower. Studies have linked behavioral inhibition …

Couples who get drunk together are happier together, according to science

You might want to add a bottle of wine to your weekly date night.<p>According to a new study published in the Journals of Gerontology Series B: …

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Consciousness: The Mind Messing With the Mind

A paper in The British Medical Journal in December reported that cognitive behavioral therapy — a means of coaxing people into changing the way they think — is as effective as Prozac or Zoloft in treating major depression.<p>In ways no one understands, talk therapy reaches down into the biological …

All Blue-Eyed People Have This One Thing In Common

Every blue-eyed person on the planet is descended from a single European who lived around 6,000 to 10,000 years ago, and who first developed a …

Dear Science: If humans are related to apes, why aren’t they evolving into us?

Dear Science: Why are there no hominins left on Earth? If evolution is ongoing and species are always changing and adapting, shouldn’t we see new …

I asked Tinder to send me all the info it has on me — here's what I got back

First off, here's how it's done: I sent an email to help@gotinder.com that followed a fairly standard subject access request format (that's the legal term for this kind of email):<p>[NAME]<br>[ADDRESS]<p>[PHONE NUMBER]<p>[THE EMAIL ADDRESS ASSOCIATED WITH MY TINDER ACCOUNT]<p>[DATE]<p>Dear Sir or Madam<p>Subject access …

Earth - It took centuries, but we now know the size of the Universe

"Let us go rambling about the Universe." This is the invitation that American astronomer Harlow Shapley gave to an audience in Washington DC in 1920. He was taking part in the so-called Great Debate with fellow scientist Heber Curtis on the scale of the Universe.<p>Shapley believed that our Milky Way …

Universe

The brain becomes 'unified' when hallucinating on LSD

This is what the human brain looks like when it is under the influence of LSD, researchers at Imperial College London have revealed.<p>In a study, …

100 Best Songs Of The 1990s

With culture’s ever-reliable 20-year cycle meaning that all things 90s are very much back in vogue, now seems as good a time as any to take a look …

The Big Short: what to read and listen to next

The Big Short, <b>Adam McKay's Oscar-nominated comedy</b> about the coming-apart of the mortgage market and the global economic crisis that followed in 2007-8, does an exceptionally good job of explaining arcane financial instruments from collateralised debt obligations to credit default swaps. It’s a film …

Why 'Making a Murderer' Is Netflix's Most Significant Show Ever

Netflix is no stranger to successful shows, and many of them have had their moment in the sun at one point or another the past few years. <i>House of Cards, Orange is the New Black, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Bojack Horseman, Master of None, Daredevil, Jessica Jones</i>. All of these shows have been …

Doctors warn of codeine risks after case of acute confusion in girl, 14

Lack of efficacy and risk of intoxication and addiction suggest use of over-the-counter codeine drugs may be unwarranted, says report<p>Doctors have issued a warning about the use of over-the-counter medicines containing codeine following what is believed to be the first published case of acute …

How to talk to anyone: the experts' guide

Handle awkward date silences, end a conversation with a stranger – plus chat to your children, your parents and your boss. Our panel shares their secrets<p>Children often don’t have the words to say what they’re feeling, and they don’t always understand what we’re looking for when we ask them …

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Jeremy Corbyn 'Systematically' Attacked By British Press The Moment He Became Leader, Research Claims

The British press "systematically undermined" Jeremy Corbyn with an onslaught of negative media coverage in his first week as Labour leader, new …

Graffiti, The Iliad, and why art helps us laugh in the face of death

Jenny Valentine on why art has the power to save and change us, from reading The Iliad via a wall in Falmouth to Yves Klein’s Fire Colour One<p>There’s a quote at the very beginning of my new book Fire Colour One. My husband Alex took a photo of some graffiti on the Falmouth seafront and a clever …

5 cognitive biases that are killing your decisions

<i>This post originally appeared on Crew blog.</i><p>It’s hard to accept that what holds us back from reaching our potential is all in our head.<p>Have you visited TNW's hype-free blockchain and cryptocurrency news site yet?It's called Hard Fork.TAKE ME THERE<p>While it may be a bit of a cliche, we really are our …

Why Isis fights | Martin Chulov

Jihadi fighters in Iraq and Syria reveal the apocalyptic motivations of the militant movement that has hijacked the Syrian uprising – and transformed the Middle East<p>For more than a century, Dabiq was one of northern Syria’s forsaken villages, a speck on a vast agricultural plain between the Turkish …

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We Were Promised a Government for the Blue Collar - What We Got Is One for the Blue Bloods

<i>To mark 100 days of the first Conservative government in nearly 20 years, HuffPost UK is running 100 Days of Dave, a special series of blog posts</i> …

Here Are The Top 20 One-Hit Wonders Of ’90s Alternative Rock

The 1990s were the pinnacle for alternative rock. After all, the very name of the genre is owed to the fact that these sorts of bands were seen as the alternative to the prevailing rock music of the late ’80s, when hair metal still reigned supreme. There was grunge, post-grunge and other bands that …

Democracy v Psychology: why people keep electing idiots | Dean Burnett

Photograph: Philip Toscano/PA<p>Politicians always try to appear confident, like Prime Minister David Cameron, pictured here confidently exaggerating the size of his... stimulus …

George W. Bush

Parents! Focus less on worrying about Minecraft and more on understanding it

Millions of kids are obsessed with Mojang’s crafting game, but understanding it rather than fearing it is a good first step for parents<p>A lot of people are getting hot under the collar about the BBC’s article on Minecraft, children and parenting, written by journalist Jolyon Jenkins.<p>Should parents …

Britons still live in Anglo-Saxon tribal kingdoms, Oxford University finds

Britons are still living in the same 'tribes' that they did in the 7th Century, Oxford University has found after an astonishing study into our genetic make-up.<p>Archaeologists and geneticists were amazed to find that genetically similar individuals inhabit the same areas they did following the …

Genetic study reveals 30% of white British DNA has German ancestry

Analysis over 20 years reveals heavy Anglo-Saxon influence, with French and Danish DNA coming from earlier migrations than the Normans or Vikings<p>The Romans, Vikings and Normans may have ruled or invaded the British for hundreds of years, but they left barely a trace on our DNA, the first detailed …

Marijuana is much safer than alcohol or tobacco, according to a new study

Marijuana is roughly 114 times less deadly than alcohol, according to recent findings published in the journal <i>Scientific Reports</i>. Of the seven drugs included in the study, alcohol was the deadliest at an individual level, followed by heroin, cocaine, tobacco, ecstasy, methamphetamines, and …

Tariq Ali: ‘Renationalise the railways. Cut military spending. Argue with whoever says it can’t be done’

A leading figure of the British left since the 60s, Tariq Ali despairs of Westminster and the ‘extreme centre’ that dominates politics today. His solution? It’s not to trust Ed Miliband – it’s to follow the principles laid out by his father<p>Tariq Ali is recalling a party for the late Tony Benn on …

Watching Mesmerizing Drip Paintings Will Never Get Old

Holton Rower's pour painting timelapse breaks the internet one drip at a time.<p><b>This article was originally published on February 17, 2015 but we think it still rocks!</b><p>It's unlikely that watching paint drip has ever been as transfixing as it is in the video below. Which is likely why the old clip of …