None of these steps are quick or easy, but practice and online courses can help.
Dialogue and an open mind can go a lot further than angry rhetoric.
Colonel Chris Hadfield talks to us about the formalities that astronauts have to use, and how it can help us here on earth.
You can incorporate these science-backed activities into your evening routine tonight.
To help dramatize the need for us to open our minds about the potential nature of extraterrestrial life, experimental philosopher Jonathon Keats has built instruments and composed music for aliens.
This piece of music was beamed into back hole 1A 0620-00, about 3,457 light years away. You can listen to the six-minute song, with spoken word by Stephen Hawking, right here.
Want to make safer investments? Pay attention to the music playing in the background.
Chinese hackers at DEFCON have demonstrated how they were able to hack an Amazon Echo unit, enabling them to listen and record unsuspecting targets.
Health experts told Congress that we're woefully unprepared for the coming realities of climate change. Will we listen?
Some of us can adjust our moods by listening to certain types of music we know will affect us. This survey looks at the music Americans turn to for mood modification.
In '12 Rules For Life', Jordan Peterson shows why listening is the most important aspect of any conversation.
A network of devices called MERMAIDs is taking seismographs where they've never been.
The first steps toward developing tools that could help disabled people regain the power to speak.
One of the most influential Buddhist teachers and writers of the past half-century, Joseph Goldstein helped bring Vipassana (insight) practice to the West. We talk about love, pop-mindfulness, and how even a philosopher can learn to quiet the mind.
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