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The Best Books Of 2018 We Can't Wait To Read This Year

This is how I know I’m reading an incredible book. All of the day’s obligations — making my bed, walking to the subway, cooking dinner — become …

Books

6 Great International Thriller Series Now Streaming on Netflix

Who doesn’t love a good thrilling crime show? We’re huge fans of a great procedural drama and now thanks to streaming we get to enjoy offerings from …

Entertainment

The Revolution That Rewrote Life’s History

Your high-school biology book needs an update.<p>Biologists have argued for a long time, long before molecular phylogenetics began complicating matters, about how to define <i>species.</i> The concept dates back to at least Carl Linnaeus, who during the 18th century defined a species in his system of binomial …

Evolution

15 Terrifying Horror Movies On Netflix You Have To Watch Now

There has never been a better time to be a horror movie fan. The sheer number of films available on VoD, subscription, and streaming services means that the biggest challenge viewers have is deciding what to watch--we've all spent way too much time scrolling through page after page of movies in …

11 New Books You Can Definitely Finish Before Summer Is Over

The end of summer is fast approaching — insert a collective groan here. These warmer months have been a dream for summer book reading, and I don't …

14 Color-Coded Sci-Fi & Fantasy Sagas

Here’s a trope that pops up in sci-fi and fantasy stories more than you might realize: societies broken down by color coding. Sometimes it is handled …

Books

The 12 Best Sci-Fi Movies on Netflix

We browsed for the good stuff so you don't have to.<p>Netflix is a virtually endless gallery of cool movies and TV shows to watch, and an even more endless gallery of laughable bullshit that has absolutely no business attempting to entertain me or the people I care about. I can't tell you the number …

This Aussie It Girl's Apartment Is Absolutely Stunning—and Easy to Re-Create

Creative director and stylist Brooke Testoni has well and truly established herself not only as an accomplished sartorial aficionado but also as an …

Home Tours

Separated Triplets Offer A Glimpse Into 'The Wild West Of Psychology'

Bobby Shafran got an unexpectedly warm welcome on his first day at college in 1980.<p>"Immediately everyone greeted him like he'd been there for years," says filmmaker Tim Wardle. "Guys coming up to him, slapping him on the back, girls are kissing him. He's never been there before — he doesn't know …

Sherwin-Williams On What Color Palettes Will Be Hot In 2019

While we still have six months left of 2018, that hasn't stopped paint companies from looking forward to 2019 and beyond. If you're dying to know …

Need a little extra money? You'll soon be able to sell and rent your DNA

Feel like earning a little extra money and maybe improving your health at the same time?<p>Consumers will soon be able to sell or rent their DNA to …

Why Rich Kids Are So Good at the Marshmallow Test

Affluence—not willpower—seems to be what’s behind some kids' capacity to delay gratification.<p>The marshmallow test is one of the most famous pieces of social-science research: Put a marshmallow in front of a child, tell her that she can have a second one if she can go 15 minutes without eating the …

Feuilleton

Pablo Picasso’s Idiosyncratic Genius

A life in art.<p>Pablo Ruiz Picasso began being an artist at the age of prodigy—at about seven—and at seventy-five he remains the complete phenomenon he has been throughout the intervening years. The excesses of his artistic endowment, of his will, of his life appetites, and of his character appear to …

Pablo Picasso

A fish that barely sleeps could help turn humans into all-night party animals

The Mexican cavefish have no eyes, little pigment, and require about two hours of sleep per night to survive.<p>There’s something about the blind Mexican cavefish that will make you quite jealous: To survive and thrive, they require two hours of sleep each night; no more, no less. Imagine everything …

Google's AI guru predicts humans and machines will merge within 20 years

Public perception of artificial intelligence technology, in 2017, seems to lie somewhere at the intersection of existential fear and cautious optimism. Yet there’s a growing movement of people who believe AI is crucial to the evolution of our species. These people aren’t outsiders or outliers — …

A Novelist Confronts the Complex Relationship Between Japan and Korea

TOKYO — By Japanese standards, the Tokyo neighborhood of Shin-Okubo is a messy, polyglot place. A Korean enclave that has attracted newcomers from around the world in recent years, its profusion of barbecue joints, pan-Asian street markets and halal butcher shops distinguish it in a country with a …

Korean Peninsula

There’s finally a good robot vacuum you can get for just $75

Want a good robot vacuum? Don’t want to pay $400 or even more for a Roomba? You’re in luck. The Pure Clean Smart Robotic Vacuum Cleaner ditches many …

Tablo Tuner lets you scan and record broadcast TV to your NVIDIA Shield

<b>Correction</b>: Updated info on Tablo subscription service.<p>The NVIDIA Shield Pro is the most reliable and powerful Android streaming box for adventurous …

13 spooky science stories

Tis the season, after all.<p>It's Friday. It's also Friday <i>the 13th</i>. And it's <i>also</i> October, A.K.A. Halloweentember. You know what that means: it's time for some spoOooOooOooky science stories. Here are 13 of the most shudder-inducing tales we could find in the <i>Popular Science</i> vaults.<p>A mysterious …

Want To Be Happier At Work? Forget About Yourself

In this striving to deliver a purpose, happiness and satisfaction are then allowed to ensue - attitudes the American workforce could surely use right now.<p>"In fact, it is a constitutive characteristic of being human that it always points, and is directed, to something other than itself." - Viktor …

Employment

War Studies Suggest A Concussion Leaves The Brain Vulnerable To PTSD

There's growing evidence that a physical injury to the brain can make people susceptible to post-traumatic stress disorder.<p>Studies of troops who deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan have found that service members who have suffered a concussion or mild traumatic brain injury are far more likely to …

American Idol alum Melinda Doolittle and Postmodern Jukebox slay sultry cover of Toxic

Postmodern Jukebox have sent Melinda Doolittle on a ride.<p>The web’s favorite cover band enlisted the <i>American Idol</i> alum for a 1930s-inspired take on …

These Floating Pots Let Your House Plants Levitate and Spin

Lyfe is a “zero-gravity growing system allowing you to cultivate your favorite plants in mid-air.”<p>The Kickstarter project was launched earlier this …

What if PTSD Is More Physical Than Psychological?

In early 2012, a neuropathologist named Daniel Perl was examining a slide of human brain tissue when he saw something odd and unfamiliar in the wormlike squiggles and folds. It looked like brown dust; a distinctive pattern of tiny scars. Perl was intrigued. At 69, he had examined 20,000 brains over …

Muhammad Ali: boxer died of septic shock

The death of Muhammad Ali, the three times heavyweight champion of the world, set off a torrent of tributes from sporting stars, civil rights campaigners and ordinary fans on Saturday reflecting how the silver-tongued boxer transcended barriers of race and expectation.<p>He died with four of his …

Insolent & Elegant Fashion Photography

Basé à Londres, le photographe de mode Nick Knight challenge constamment les notions conventionnelles de beauté et révolutionne celles de la …

And the beak shall inherit the Earth: Why did birds live when dinosaurs died?

A small feathered dinosaur swoops down on an unsuspecting lizard while a bird hunts for seeds in this reconstructed slice of life in Alberta 66 million years ago. A new theory suggests that a seed diet helped birds survive the mass extinction event that wiped out all other dinosaurs.<p>DANIELLE DUFAULT<p>…

Do gut microbes shape our evolution? Researcher proposes that a host's microbiota can steer its evolution in new directions

Researcher proposes that a host's microbiota can steer its evolution in new directions<p>Our gut microbes are key to our health, but they may also shape …

Biology

Meet The Architect Who Is Radically Rethinking How We Age

Matthias Hollwich wants to upend the way we think about getting old, starting with the design of our homes and cities.<p>Matthias Hollwich, the 44-year-old partner of the New York-based architecture firm HWKN, considers himself old. Technically, he’s right.<p>The architect–whose projects with partner …

How the scientific community united against Tribeca's anti-vaccination film

As soon as the screening of the anti-vaccine documentary Vaxxed was announced at Robert De Niro’s festival, experts joined forces to oppose it<p>Within half an hour of Robert De Niro’s Tribeca film festival posting on Facebook that it had scheduled an April viewing of Vaxxed, the highly controversial …

Robert DeNiro