All across the Universe, planets come in a wide variety of sizes, masses, compositions, and temperatures. And most have rain and snow.
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It didn't look like anything I'd seen before, but I'd be a great fool to consider "aliens" as a reasonable possibility.
The key is finding which lifestyle suits you best: hedonic, eudaimonic, or experiential.
Esoteric evidence points to a ritual performed by Queen Elizabeth's court magician John Dee.
By 2050, there may be more plastic than fish in the sea.
To create wiser adults, add empathy to the school curriculum.
"Brasilia, the biggest paper town ever."
God, guns, sex, and mutually exclusive concepts of liberty. The Way Brothers' Netflix docuseries Wild, Wild Country tells a story that's about as American as it gets.
The myths of an inhospitable land. Imposter Syndrome. That feeling when one of your characters unexpectedly murders another. Literary mage Neil Gaiman on the dark arts of fiction and everyday life.
Every year, companies try to do things better, to find the most effective way to complete some task or to improve overall productivity. Employee learning programs play a massive part […]
These scientists scooped up the Nobel by detecting a ripple in space-time.
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From what we know about the limits of human cognition, we appear ill-suited to sift through the thousands, if not millions, of potential dates waiting for us out there.
Here are all of the arguments against Edward Snowden. This is why they are wrong.
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It’s a wonderful oddity—I hesitate to say “coincidence”—that the best erotic poem in literary history should appear smack dab in the middle of the Bible. The Song of Songs (known […]
“A second-class intellect but a first-class temperament” was Oliver Wendell Holmes’ assessment of Franklin Roosevelt, reflecting an old and widespread notion that the smartest and most ingenious person in the […]
Governments have been trying a lot of new tricks lately to get people to eat more healthily, from calorie-count labels to taxes on soda to banning fast-food outlets from whole […]