The Buddha wasn't concerned with transcendence, but rather fully embodying the moment.
It took a 160-strong response team of paramedics, firefighters, and rescue workers to get the chaotic scene under control.
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The Obama administration had a rough start to its communication strategy on the stimulus plan, going from no message to a catastrophe frame, only at the last minute shifting to […]
When you can't enter flow, you can still lean on your internal rhythm.
What if you could just grow your own blood?
Of the world's 300 honey varieties, none is stranger and more dangerous than mad honey.
Lithium-ion batteries pose challenges for our transition toward renewable energy. Sodium-sulfur batteries might be a solution.
For college students, it's the early afternoon.
If you gave me $400 and I gave you $3.15, would you consider yourself wealthier? That's a financial analogy for the supposed fusion power "breakthrough."
This small phase 1 study suggests that CRISPR-engineered T cells are safe and potentially effective, but there is a long way to go.
"All moments past, present, and future, always have existed, always will exist."
Airports are like mini-cities: they have places of worship, policing, hotels, fine dining, shopping, and mass transit.
What began as public outcry against Iran’s so-called morality police has snowballed into a mass movement targeting the very essence of the Islamic republic.
Inside the metaverse, your emotions and physical responses will be monitored, and AI will use that data to influence you in real time. Is that essentially mind control?
Sooner or later, Earth is going to be hit by a large enough space object to cause significant damage to humanity. Stopping them isn't easy.
Our inaugural special issue is focused on progress — the search for, the study of, and the project towards a better world.
The concept is so complex that scientists still argue whether it exists or if it is an illusion.
Online learning has become the new normal, but it isn't without its challenges.
For the very first time, an AR contact lens was worn on the eye of a human subject. And it has about 30 times the pixel density of an iPhone.
The discovery calls into question the few things scientists know about these powerful astronomical phenomena.
Are dreams, hallucinations, and near death experiences all connected?
Is there victory in defeat?
Psychologist Adrian Furnham has termed this effect the male hubris, female humility problem.
More than 200 years ago, scientists tried to figure out how bats navigate in the dark (or without eyes). This set in motion a series of events that led to the development of ultrasound as a form of psychotherapy.
Sludge may be inevitable, but there are better ways to manage such frictions in our daily lives.