Randall Engler

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19 Tiny Habits That Lead to Huge Results

Success starts with the little things.<p>Success doesn't happen in an instant. It happens through the progression of lots of little successes, strung together over time.<p>If you want to build something big, if you have a vision, a dream, or even just a clearly defined end goal, the question is not how …

Time I

In the gut, nervous cells are the 'eyes and ears' of the immune system - Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News

A team of scientists in Portugal has discovered, in the mouse gut, a novel process that protects the bowel's lining against inflammation and …

Immune System Affects and Controls Social Behavior

<i>Summary: Researchers report the immune system directly affects, and maybe even controls, a creature’s social behaviors and desire to interact with</i> …

Jerry Seinfeld grilled Mark Zuckerberg about his morning habits and secretly broken arm

But the best part of the hour-long session came when comedian Jerry Seinfeld popped into the scene.<p>Seinfeld coaxed some funny anecdotes out of Zuckerberg, like how his baby, Max, makes pterodactyl sounds when she wakes up and how he's programmed his door to announce the person who shows up in front …

Mark Zuckerberg

The Evolutionary Argument Against Reality

The cognitive scientist Donald Hoffman uses evolutionary game theory to show that our perceptions of an independent reality must be illusions.<p>As we …

Absence of serotonin alters development and function of brain circuits

Researchers at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine have created the first complete model to describe the role that serotonin plays in …

Neuroscience

13 of the best best science books of 2015

To help sort through 2015's books, the <i>Science News</i> staff offers its must-read picks, many of which have been previously reviewed in the magazine.<p>Read those reviews at the links below or in our Editor's Pick: Favorite books of 2015.

Books

10 Daily Habits of the Most Confident People | Inc.com

I'm not here to patronize you. We know if you walk with better posture, force a fake smile, or get a new haircut you can trick your brain and boost your self-confidence. Perhaps for 20 minutes you'll think you're the next Richard Branson.<p>I'm here to tell you there are proven ways to improve your …

Immune System

Everyone loves an a**hole: Science explains our attraction to creeps and deviants

Always falling for the wrong guy or gal? New research suggests it may actually be a part of the human condition<p>Are you a nice, well-rounded person, yet can’t seem to hit it off with the opposite sex? Maybe you need to embrace your dark side, according to a new study that shows people with certain …

Psychology

Can we prove that God exists? Richard Dawkins and the limits of faith and atheism

Atheists sometimes argue the case against God is the same as the case against Santa Claus. Let’s test the logic<p>Our first concern will be Richard Dawkins’s efforts to refute standard arguments for theism. These efforts suffer from a variety of logical mistakes. His critique of the cosmological …

Easter Bunny

THE SELECTS: ‘On Yoga, The Architecture of Peace’

Uttarakhand