The Mnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreams (MILD) was originally developed in the 1970s by the American psychophysiologist Stephen LaBerge.
The impact of this research could help save millions of lives each year. Only thing is, it has to be done from space.
Sex alters the brain in a variety of interesting ways.
We’ve been taking our eyebrows for granted. They may in fact be the thing that let us become the dominant species on Earth.
Hey. Remember former Speaker of the House John Boehner? The guy who famously said that he was "unalterably opposed" to legalizing marijuana? Well, now he's a huge pothead.
Does everybody really need to work? What three philosophers have to say about our dedication to finding everybody a job.
How we talk about genes shows many are confused. Seductive stats illusions, iffy gene ideas, bad causology, and lax jargon, are creating a recipe for epistemic comedy (and genetic tragedy).
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.
Which is better? Paper towels or electronic hand dryers? Click through to find out. Plus, we give you the best handwashing tips so that you'll get the cleanest hands.
Accident Claims Advice has made an infographic of the ways in which people often die, and figured out the odds of each one happening to you.
Black holes in these environments could combine repeatedly to form objects bigger than anything a single star could produce.
A new study from researchers at Northwestern University and University of Surrey links being a night owl to dying younger. It’s a large study of nearly half a million people and the first to document such a link.
In the wake of several public setbacks since the start of 2018, Musk said Tesla is currently going through a “production hell.”
No, really. This stuff is getting pushed out as “fact.”
A map of the coming divorce between Left and Right America.
You need to have personality awareness to protect yourself from and deal with potentially high-conflict people on a regular basis without getting hooked by them.
Is it ever okay to believe in things we consider to be impossible or extremely improbable?
What seems like sorcery is actually smart science.
It’s the first time magnetoreception has been discovered in animals, researchers claim.
It's the most popular class of all time at the university—and it's now available free of charge.