We all see beauty the same way.
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One from New Guinea rose to the top in a recent study.
Beautiful people really know how to catch a break.
Justice is not blind to beauty.
Nebulae are beautiful, but so is the process of science.
We should all pause to appreciate the awe-inspiring beauty of the Universe.
No matter how beautiful, elegant, or compelling your idea is, if it disagrees with observation and experiment, it's wrong.
This network physicist is mapping the world's most significant data to create the most beautiful visualizations of information we have ever seen.
"Carpe diem" was only one part of Horace's poem Odes 1.11.
This beautiful JWST image of Wolf-Rayet star WR 124 has been called a "prelude to a supernova" by NASA. That might be entirely wrong.
Like some cold poison creeping up our veins, there's a frisson in the stories and poems of Edgar Allan Poe.
It's rare that one single image packs so much beauty and science simultaneously. This Hubble view of a nearby star-forming region has both.
Studying neuroscience through art.
Perfectionism is on the rise, and its consequences for mental health can be devastating. The Japanese philosophy of "wabi sabi" can help.
Basic and breath-taking – Dr. Frank Wilczek addresses symmetry’s critical role in nature’s laws and what we consider to be beautiful.
The Universe has asymmetries, but that's a good thing. Imperfections are essential for the existence of stars and even life itself.
Symmetrical objects are less complex than non-symmetrical ones. Perhaps evolution acts as an algorithm with a bias toward simplicity.
Independent of cultural background, people seem to share a sense of what makes certain color combinations aesthetically pleasing.
Rituals come as much from religion as they do from the way Earth spins around the Sun.
You can learn a lot about life through literature's most unrespectable and heinous characters.
500 sheep were slaughtered to produce the 2,060 pages of the "Codex Amiatinus," a Latin translation of the Bible.
The beauty of this magical medicine called silence is that it is available to all of us, even in cities, if only we care to listen.
Piano Sonata No. 23 offers a window into the way culture became an instrument of Soviet state policy.
Though gloomy and dense, Russian literature is hauntingly beautiful, offering a relentlessly persistent inquiry into the human experience.
"Even with my training, I still got insights from the book’s descriptions. That’s how good Carroll is at explaining physics."
Queen Calafia seems like she could have sprung from the pages of a modern fantasy novel.
That scary swirling void from which nothing can escape is our perfect universal translation tool.
Mathematics and religion both embody awe-inspiring, eternal truths.
People who visit Florence seem strangely susceptible to Stendhal syndrome, which is blamed on an overwhelming sense of awe.
The unique light signatures of nautical beacons translate into hypnotic cartography.