by being the first to ask a provocative question, strangers are usually only too happy to follow suit. Helpfully, the Harvard Business Review has now published 8 great questions to ask at any kind of event.
It took 400,000 Nasa employees and contractors to put Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon in 1969 – but only one man to spread the idea that it was all a hoax. His name was Bill Kaysing. It began
Scientists have long known that light can behave as both a particle and a wave—Einstein first predicted it in 1909. But no experiment has been able to show light in both states simultaneously. Now, researchers
The melting Arctic is on dramatic display. At mid-June, Arctic sea ice is now at a record low for this time of year, and melted ice is especially notable both in and around Greenland — home to the second
Gaming can indeed be addictive, but is it a mental health condition? Well, the World Health Organization (WHO) has now declared that gaming disorder is indeed a thing. The move came after the organization
School children line up with bags filled with plastic recyclables. As a way to make school more accessible and help clean up their local community, this primary school began to accept grocery bags full
There’s nothing more painful than watching time pass during a road trip. Instead, occupy your mind with these logic problems. Then whip them out on future car rides, and watch your fellow passengers struggle.
(CNN) — The plan was like a bad movie script -- complete with an attacker in a puzzling outfit and a backup weapon. The intruder entered a victim's home in Iowa carrying a cell phone, a stolen gun and