In a nod to its addictive qualities, it was first dubbed “Some More.”
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Psychologists are finding that moral code violations can leave an enduring mark — and may require new types of therapy.
On July 4, we celebrate the tenth anniversary of the discovery of the Higgs boson, the missing piece of the Standard Model of particle physics.
According to Peter Ward's "Medea hypothesis," photosynthesizing organisms regularly doom most life on Earth by over-consuming carbon dioxide.
If you don't mourn in North Korea, you risk being executed.
It started with a 22-year-old woman, named in papers only as Mrs McK.
For the ancients, hospitality was an inviolable law enforced by gods and priests and anyone else with the power to make you pay dearly for mistreating a stranger.
Some effective altruists “earn to give” — they make as much money as they can and then donate most of it to charities.
The site will be the first working example of a geological disposal facility.
Wander into the deep recesses of the mind and never return the same with these existentialist books.
Maybe bring an umbrella just in case.
Topologists can't tell donuts from coffee mugs, but their maps are revelatory nonetheless.
When you bring two fingers together, you can feel them "touch" each other. But are your atoms really touching, and if so, how?
Ancient helium-3 from the dawn of time leaks from the Earth, offering clues to our planet’s formation. A key question is where it leaks from.
Computers are growing more powerful and more capable, but everything has limits
Some astrobiologists believe life is rare, while others believe it is common in the Universe. How can we find out which view is correct?
To answer that question, we may have to figure out when the famed painter started to go bald.
Never stop looking at the skies in wonder.
The two-year pilot program will be a test of harm reduction strategies.
Laughing gas may be far more effective for some than antidepressants.
Sight helps you see a room, but interoception lets you sense it from inside your own body.
We don’t know when or how music was originally invented, but we can now track its evolution across space and time thanks to the Global Jukebox.
Research suggests that emotional intelligence is more vital for success than IQ.
Even if a balloon flies directly overhead, attempting to shoot it down with a conventional firearm is stupid, ineffective, and dangerous.
Neuroscience research suggests it might be time to rethink our ideas about when exactly a child becomes an adult.
About 1 in 5 adults now say they have no religious affiliation, up from 1 in 50 in 1960.
Three years after the pandemic began, we still don't know the origin of COVID. A strange lack of curiosity has stifled the debate.
New research reveals that the face can affect the shape of the brain through a complex "cross-talk" between the two structures.
Using data collected from ancient civilizations across the world, researchers identified the most significant factors in human development. War came out on top.
Shame is a powerful tool that must be used with care.