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The Most Underrated Yet Powerful Tool Photoshop Has Hidden Away

For some reason, Photoshop has decided to bury one of its most powerful tools in a place few photographers would ever look. Here's how to find and …

Tutorials

AI is the next phase of human evolution

The upcoming paradigm shift is not just a technological revolution. It’s an evolutional revolution. It’s the biggest shift in human evolution since the dawn of time that will change who we are as a species for good.<p>AI will not replace humans, nor will it compete with us. Instead, we will utilize …

Singularity

Bionic Eyes Can Already Restore Vision, Soon They'll Make It Superhuman

We now live in an age where radical technology can help the blind to see, an impressive enough accomplishment in its own right that gets even more …

Post by Former NIMH Director Thomas Insel: Best of 2014

By Thomas Insel on December 16, 2014<p>No question: this year’s big biomedical story was Ebola. Headlines, Sunday news shows, multiple Congressional …

Cord Project Launches Voice Messaging App That Borrows The Good Parts Of Texting

With the Cord Project, a pair of former Googlers are aiming to encourage people to use their smartphones for something a little unusual — talking to other people. You know, with your voice.<p>Now, the obvious question here is, “Uh, can’t I already do that with my phone? Isn’t that, like, the whole …

Emotional areas of the teenaged brain 'shut down' when criticise

Teenagers can't help being unreasonable! Emotional areas of a young person's brain 'shut down' when they are criticised<p><b>Scientists</b> <b>scanned brains of</b> …

The Brain

Do dreams occur in slow motion?

When we dream, does time pass at a different pace? David Robson investigates.<p>When my alarm wakes me up, I’ll often hit the snooze button before returning to the warmth and safety of my duvet for another quick doze. But although what follows can seem like a short dream – perhaps a single …

Consciousness

Is Depression An Infectious Disease?

Mental health continues to be one of society’s greatest concerns. Its enigmatic nature leaves both the public and the health professional in a quandary to understand not only the cause but also the means to cure. Though research has been conducted for centuries, at times it feels we are up against …

Mental Health

My baby and my chronic depression

Lasting happiness has always eluded me. Now I’m worried my condition will rob my child of his joy<p>I have a very happy baby.<p>You’re probably thinking that most babies are happy. They are known as bouncing bundles of joy for a reason. But, even in the world of clapping, laughing, smiling babies, mine …

City of the future sinks into the ocean

Japanese firm devises plan for an Ocean Spiral community that descends nine miles to the seabed<p>With dry land increasingly at a premium, a Japanese construction company has come up with a plan to sink a spiralling city into the depths of our oceans.<p>Each Ocean Spiral will be home to about 5,000 …

Rare Earth

Tech Trends Shaping The Future Of Medicine, Part 1

Enormous technological changes in medicine and healthcare are heading our way. These trends have a variety of stakeholders: patients, medical professionals, researchers, medical students, and consumers. They are important because of the impact they will likely have on all of us at one time or …

Feminism Has Gone Too Far

An Oxford University debate was canceled, and certain subjects declared off-limits: why are feminists policing what is said about women and women’s …

Does "Positive Thinking" Really Make Our Lives Better?

You've heard the self-help gurus who say positive thoughts can bring us happiness, wealth, and success. But there's another side to the story. Here's …

Worm Living In Human Brain Gets Its Genome Mapped

For four years, it burrowed inside a man's head. Now, researchers are learning how.<p>For many years, a Chinese man in the U.K. experienced a range of debilitating neurological symptoms with no understood origin--including headaches, memory loss, and seizures. A biopsy found inflammation in the man’s …

Biology

Driverless cars could be hacked by terrorists, warn transport experts

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Understanding Depth of Field for Beginners

Learn how depth of field (DoF), can enhance your photos and the three main factors that influence depth of field in photography.

Depth Of Field

Your Emotional, Physical, Mental, and Spiritual State Changes Every 7 Years!

By In5D on November 13, 2014 in Science<p><b>In5D PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/in5d Add YOUR name to our In5D Wall of Gratitude with a minimal donation</b> …

Do You Give Love Just To Get Love?

When you think about wanting to be in a relationship, why do you want it? When you give to someone, why are you giving?<p>When I ask my clients why they …

Relationships

12 Daily Habits of Super-Happy Couples

It really is the little things.<p>Getty Images<p>You know those couples who are so darn cute all the time? Those people who are so in love and just seem to have it all figured out? <i>What</i> is their secret? Well, it might be simpler than you think. We asked real women and relationship experts to share some of …

How to Make a Motion Time-Lapse of the Milky Way

While a great image of the Milky Way can be awe inspiring in and of itself, it becomes something else entirely when you add some motion. In just 20 …

A Stunning Timelapse of the Sun

Sure, NASA releases incredible video of the sun pretty frequently—but you've never seen the celestial body quite like you do in this stunning 4K …

Watch This Enchanting Chicago Cityscape Timelapse

One man’s journey to capture a city in new light proves fruitful. This beautiful timelapse of Chicago is the result of two years of simultaneous work …

Time-lapse Photography

Combination of Star Trails and Eroded Stone Make for One Incredible Time-Lapse

Star trail time-lapses can be absolutely beautiful, even mesmerizing. But as incredible as the stars themselves are, the foreground subject matter …

High-fructose diet may contribute to anxiety, depression during adolescence

Consuming excess fructose— a sugar commonly added to packaged foods and beverages— may worsen depression and anxiety in teenagers, new research suggests.<p>In the animal study, presented Tuesday at an annual meeting for the Society for Neuroscience, scientists at Emory University in Atlanta found that …

Monkeys Steer Wheelchairs With Their Brains, Raising Hope for Paralyzed People

New technologies offer a window into how the brain creates movement.<p>WASHINGTON, D.C.—Experimental wheelchairs and exoskeletons controlled by thought alone offer surprising insights into the brain, neuroscientists reported on Monday.<p>Best known for his experimental exoskeleton that helped a paralyzed …

Marijuana Drastically Shrinks Aggressive Form Of Brain Cancer, New Study Finds

Over the past few years, research has revealed that marijuana can both destroy certain cancer cells and reduce the growth of others. Now, a new study in mice has found that when combined with radiation treatment, cannabis can effectively shrink one of the most aggressive types of brain tumors.<p>In a …

The recipe for a lasting relationship? Just two basic traits

A new study forty years in the making has given scientists an ability to predict which relationships will last and which ones will fail based on two essential personality traits: kindness and generosity.<p>Coming as a surprise to no one, psychologist John Gottman has found in studying thousands of …

Study shows that people who speak two languages have more efficient brains

People who speak two languages may have brains that are more efficient at language processing and other tasks, new research suggests.<p>Scientists have long assumed that the “bilingualism advantage” — the enhanced ability to filter out important information from unimportant material — stems from how …

Indonesia's female police officers subjected to 'virginity tests'

Women hoping to join Indonesia's police force are subjected to 'two-finger virginity tests', a human rights group has found<p>Women who want to join Indonesia’s national police force are forced to have "virginity tests", a human rights group has found.<p>The “two-finger test” involves a medical expert …

Human Rights

Stress reaction may be in your dad's DNA, study finds

Stress in this generation could mean resilience in the next, a new study suggests.<p>Male mice subjected to unpredictable stressors produced offspring that showed more flexible coping strategies when under stress, according to a study published online Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications.<p>The …

Nature Communications