Want to see Einstein’s most famous theory in every day life? Read this.
Google has a health division called Verily. It is the result of an undertaking that began in 2014 as Google Life Sciences and has become one of the company’s most intricate and far-reaching endeavors. None more so than the specific mission to predict future illness. Verily’s bold mission has now been given a name: Project Baseline.
Everything in the entire universe, everything that you and I perceive to be solid matter, is actually not matter at all. All the space around us is pure energy which we will call vacuum energy. Not only that, but this vacuum energy is infinitely dense.
On Twitter, Musk wrote that the truck will be revealed in September and that the technology utilized is “seriously next level.” Musk also mentioned that the company is in the process of developing a pickup truck. That project won’t be unveiled for 18 to 24 months, however.
Dubbed 2014-JO25 and roughly 650 metres (2,000 feet) across, the asteroid will come within 1.8 million kilometres (1.1 million miles) of Earth, less than five times the distance to the Moon. Smaller asteroids whizz by Earth several times a week. But the last time one at least this size came as close was in 2004, when Toutatis—five kilometres (3.1 miles) across—passed within four lunar distances.
Do not underestimate the power of a walk in the woods: A new study suggests that even a 90- minute stroll in a natural environment can lead to measurable changes in the brain, and may help combat depression.
If you or someone you love suffers from depression, watch this Ted Talk!
When psilocybin interacts with the neuron-receptors in the brain, it blocks that receptors ability to interact with serotonin, thereby greatly affecting perception, mood appetite, and a number of other factors you take for granted. The end result is a hyper-connectivity between parts of the brain that normally don’t speak to each other. The effect of this is what most people call a trip. It is during these types of psychedelic experiences that one may have the sensation of tasting colors or hearing smells.
Science says there’s a good chance you don’t what really makes you happy. When estimating our happiness, we humans tend to engage in something called “impact bias” where we overestimate the actual effect that different outcomes will have on our life.
When if they think they’d be happier winning the lottery or becoming paraplegic, most people quite understandably respond that they’d be happier with all that money and no handicap.
Still, real life statistics show that one year after winning the lottery or losing the use of their lower body, people in both these groups are equally happy. Yes, really, EQUALLY.
With this new synthetic leaf created by Wyatt Pontius and Liam Wallace, oxygen levels could exponentially increase by launching the leaves into the world so that the levels could reach whatever is necessary for the rapidly increasing population. More oxygen could mean cleaner air too, although this would have to be coupled with decreased carbon output.
Unlike Google Translate, Travis uses artificial intelligence to translate foreign languages. That means the translations become smarter, more native and more accurate as it is utilized. Additionally, Google Translate requires correct spelling and an excess of typing, whereas Travis simply translates languages at the touch of a button. It utilizes voice recognition; as a result, conversation is able to flow more naturally.
ET contact may be linked to other “paranormal” related encounters. Is there a science to explain it all?