Derek Beres is a multi-faceted author and media expert based in Los Angeles. He is the Head of Content Marketing and Community at Centered and co-host of Conspirituality. You can find him on Twitter and Substack.
The idea that "you" persist after death does not hold up to the current understanding of memory and identity.
From 260-year-old ciphers to the most recent Zodiac Killer solution, these unbreakable codes just needed time.
Some of these trends may be due, in part, to the lockdown.
Technology usually has more pros than cons, but every benefit still carries some risk.
A team of biohackers is on a David-versus-Goliath mission to make insulin affordable to an increasing number of diabetics.
New research shines a light on the genetics of sudden cardiac deaths.
Israeli food-tech company DouxMatok (Hebrew for "double sweet") has created a sugary product that uses 40 percent less actual sugar yet still tastes sweet.
According to this research, eight percent of Americans always refuse vaccines. Why?
The treatment is here, but are we ready?
Like autism, ADHD lies on a spectrum, and some children should not be treated.
How do archaeologists know if someone was buried intentionally tens of thousands of years ago?
Companies can identify you from your music preferences, as well as influence and profit from your behavior.
Healthy people need healthy microbiomes from an early age.
Two different studies provide further evidence of the efficacy of psychedelics in treating depression.
The most mental game in existence no longer requires fingers.
New research from the University of Granada found that stress could help determine sex.
New research sheds light on the indoctrination process of radical extremist groups.
Children with pre-existing mental health issues thrived during the early phase of the pandemic.
When we look at the night sky, we may see junk instead of stars.
The retraction crisis has morphed into a citation crisis.
After years of speculation a team of researchers has pinpointed the age of this ancient mystery.
Intrinsic religiosity has a protective effect against depression symptoms.
Flying that helicopter too low is counterproductive.
"Don't tread on me" is a slogan of the deep sea, too.
Cotton mask fibers prove 33 percent more effective at blocking viruses in trials.
If we lose our pollinators, we'll soon lose everything else.
New study suggests the placebo effect can be as powerful as microdosing LSD.
And if they could, would they care, asks philosopher John Gray in his new book.
Remedies must honor the complex social dynamics of adolescence.
New studies show that some people can hear and respond to questions while dreaming.