Yet another study shows the potential efficacy of psychedelics in treating addiction.
- MDMA could help alcoholics break their addiction (and not relapse) suggests a new study in the UK.
- Ketamine became the first FDA-sanctioned psychedelic for use in treating depression earlier this year.
- The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) organization hopes to have legally prescribed MDMA on the shelves by 2021.
Our relationship with water still matters.
- According to new research, half of Neanderthal skulls studied had exostoses — aka "surfer's ear."
- The condition is common in mammals that spend a lot of time in water.
- Though today we are largely disconnected from nature, the consequences of our relationship to it are still felt.
Wide Angle Motion Imagery (WAMI) is a surveillance game-changer. And it's here.
- In his new book, Eyes in the Sky, Arthur Holland Michel details the evolution of aerial surveillance technology.
- Cameras aboard drones can monitor the entirety of 50 square kilometers for hours without refueling.
- New aerial technologies are going to create the privacy fights of the future.
Eric Weinstein explains why choosing a nemesis is both energizing and necessary for success.
- Eric Weinstein explains the three criteria for choosing an arch-nemesis to help motivate you in your career.
- Weinstein chose theoretical physicist, Garrett Lisi, who is working on a similar physics problem as him.
- Rather than hampering progress, Weinstein argues that a nemesis energizes you when you feel discouraged.
Derek Beres is a multi-faceted media expert and group fitness instructor based in Los Angeles. He is the Director of Content for RChain Cooperative, a veteran instructor at Equinox Fitness, a columnist for Big Think and the music expert for 24 Hour Fitness.