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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.
With 10 Short Words, Stephen Colbert Just Taught an Extraordinary Lesson About Life, Happiness and Gratitude
"It's a gift to exist, and with existence comes suffering. Even the most successful people endure pain. Even the happiest and best--adjusted sometimes feel sorry for themselves. I'm thinking about those
Ripples in the fabric of spacetime reveal what may be a first-of-its-kind cosmic collision. Some 900 million years ago, a black hole released a terrible belch that echoed through the cosmos. On August
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LightSail, a project by The Planetary Society, demonstrates and explores the capabilities of solar sailing by putting it in low Earth orbit by using a miniature satellite called CubeSat. Although something