Paul is a writer and filmmaker. His award-winning films have played at film festivals around the world. Recently, he finished directing a feature documentary about philosophy, fringe science and nuclear history. He is currently working on his first novel. Paul has a penchant for history, science, philosophy and rare images. You can follow his work at paulratnerimagines.com, on Facebook and on Twitter.
Optimism may be quantifiably keeping marriages together, especially after the so-called honeymoon period ends.
A new study shows the effectiveness of medical marijuana in preventing the abuse of prescription drugs.
A new study from the Mayo Clinic says that letting dogs in the bedroom may not disrupt sleep quality.
A new study finds cause for concern over what tattoo ink is doing to the body.
A new psychology study finds that Christians and atheists behave differently to members of their own groups.
The strategy of Mutually Assured Destruction (MAD) that kept the world safe for over 50 years may no longer matter in the modern world.
Scientists in Japan have discovered why yawning is so contagious.
Scientists discover that humans are still evolving, with natural selection weeding out certain diseases.
Researchers for the U.S. military are studying salamanders and other animals to discover how they can regrow lost body parts.
A state-run Chinese space company announced plans for supersonic "flying" trains.