Shawn Tanaka

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How To Trick People Into Changing Their Political Views

Researchers change opinions on political issues with a sleight of hand.<p>If you're a die-hard Democrat or a die-hard Republican, you probably think that nothing could make you change your beliefs. Wrong. A study from Lund University in Sweden shows that it's possible to alter the opinions of almost …

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Photo Of The Day: Machu Picchu At Dawn

This Photo of the Day is titled “Machu Picchu at Dawn” and comes from Gadling Flickr pool member Terra_Tripper.<p>Machu Picchu is located on a mountain …

The Kinsterna Hotel and Spa, the Peloponnese, Greece: hotel review

Elafonisos has the best beach in Greece. So said more than one local during our stay nearby. It's quite a claim given the reputation of the country's …

Best Beaches in the Mediterranean

Best Beaches in the Mediterranean – Travelers who love the sights, sounds and smells of the beautiful Mediterranean Sea should consider taking a …

European Travel

Scientists get closer to 'bio-battery' by discovering how bacteria transfers electricity

Scientists have discovered how a particular type of bacteria transfers electricity, a finding that they say will help them develop fully biological batteries. Scientists previously knew that the bacteria, <i>shewanella oneidensis</i>, attaches to rusty iron and other materials and breaks them down, …

This Is Now The World's Lightest Material

This one's made of carbon, and it's super absorbent, too!<p>Check out this contender for the title of "world's lightest solid." To demonstrate just how light it is, Zhejiang University in China, where the material's creators are based, has published pictures of chunks of it perched on small leaves, …