“A wandering mind can protect you from immediate perils and keep you on course toward long-term goals,” says The New York Times. Researchers find benefits to being a bit airy. “There’s an evolutionary advantage to the brain’s system of mind wandering, says Eric Klinger, a psychologist at the University of Minnesota and one of the pioneers of the field. ‘While a person is occupied with one task, this system keeps the individual’s larger agenda fresher in mind,’ Dr. Klinger writes in the ‘Handbook of Imagination and Mental Simulation’. ‘It thus serves as a kind of reminder mechanism, thereby increasing the likelihood that the other goal pursuits will remain intact and not get lost in the shuffle of pursuing many goals.'”
Innovative thinking has done away with problems that long dogged the electric devices — and both scientists and environmentalists are excited about the possibilities.
Along with gravitational lensing and ALMA’s incredible long-wavelength spectroscopy, JWST is reshaping our view of the early Universe.
Adopting a healthy scepticism towards inherited ideas means “emptying the container of the Self.”
One of Jetoptera’s VTOLs is expected to reach speeds of around 614 mph, about as fast as a commercial jet airliner.
New blood types are regularly discovered by an unusual absence or an unusual presence — both of which can result in tragedy.