Participants were also more likely to see God as old than young, and male rather than female.
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Cosmologists behind braneworld theories see our universe as being a part of a complex inter-dimensional world.
Should we create a new interpretation of masculinity or build a gender neutral world?
The Achilles heel of AI is an inability to discriminate between sources of knowledge that are trustworthy and those that are deceitful and manipulative.
Robert Dear's murders at a Planned Parenthood are only the latest in a long string of terrorist attacks by Americans.
In the avalanche of analysis and speculation about Chief Justice Roberts’ stunning decision to side with the Supreme Court’s liberal wing to uphold Obama’s healthcare law, one strain paints Roberts […]
Every May brings with it a new crop of college graduation speeches. This spring, few (maybe none) were as though-provoking as multimedia artist Laurie Anderson’s at the School of Visual […]
The internet went crazy Sunday night after Black In America: The New Promised Land- Silicon Valley. Twitter, the place on the internet where the wired segment of Afro America goes […]
This summer at The Phillips Collection there’s a different kind of colorblindness going on. White is the “new black,” or at least the color telling the most interesting stories in […]
Michelangelo spent most of his life on a massive guilt trip. When he painted The Crucifixion of St. Peter in 1550 (pictured), he inserted not one, but two self-portraits. To […]
Solving difficult visual puzzles seems to help the brain "rewire" itself by forming new neural pathways.
The popular game has a backstory rife with segregation, inequality, intellectual theft, and outlandish political theories.
St Nick had a history of teleporting long before needing to reach all the world's children in one night.
More than any other nation, Japan tends to feel comfortable with the idea of humanoid robots entering the home.
The artifacts were often made from found objects – an Ivory dish-soap bottle transformed into an earthenware figure.
Not all stress is created equal.
NASA was dangerously cavalier about the dangers of the shuttle launches.
It might seem like science and faith are at war, but the two have a historical synergy that extends back in time for centuries.
From persuasion lessons to objection clinics, these sales training ideas have proven successful for a variety of organizations.
For centuries, men prevented women from writing music. These classical composers broke with social norms and made their mark on history.
Paintings played an important role in these ancient civilizations. Unfortunately, pigment is not nearly as durable as marble.
Like witchcraft, "racecraft" refers to a kind of magical thinking — one that treats race as if it were scientifically meaningful.
The first personality tests revolved around assessing people’s reactions to ambiguous and often unsettling images. Today, the gold standard is a barrage of questions.
Haters and disrespect aside, fruitcake is still a robust American tradition.
Tusks suddenly became a liability, even though in natural circumstances, tusks are very useful.
There are over 100 known elements in the periodic table. These 8 ways of making them account for every one.
In 1966, Disney announced his intention to build Epcot, an acronym for “Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow.”
Most of us will never run a 4 minute mile. But on a bicycle, almost anyone can do it. As human beings, we often take for granted how our bodies work. […]
50% of stars are in Sun-like ‘singlet’ systems. The planetary nebulae we see just don’t line up. Around 7 billion years from now, our Sun’s life will end. As the Sun […]
A textbook pregnancy consists of three trimesters. The baby develops at a relatively predictable rate during this time, from pomegranate seed to avocado to watermelon. And mom’s body adapts accordingly […]