There are stories. And then there are “story-stories.” The twin reemergence of Roger Federer and Rafael “Rafa” Nadal this year has been one of those story-stories, full of wait-that’s-not-alls and tell-me-what-happened-nexts.
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Short and long term memory: For half a century, neuroscientists thought they knew how memory worked. They were wrong
We rely on memory to pass exams and excel at trivia nights, but in fact the stakes are far higher than simply recalling facts, no matter how essential. Memory structures our identity; it’s the foundation
An Oxford maths professor explains how an unsolved mystery of prime numbers makes the internet a safer place
Marcus du Sautoy, mathematician and author of The Great Unknown, explained how "the more we understand about primes, the more insecure our codes are on the internet." He told Business Insider: "If there
NBC anchor grills Mike Pence on immigration: 'Fair to say you're not going to answer this question?'
"Why can't you definitively say what's going to happen to these folks?" the "Meet the Press" host asked. "Because he used to definitively say it. He said there would be — everybody has to leave. And now