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Why Habits Are So Hard To Break

Written by on January 26, 2016 in Sci-Tech, Science with 5 Comments
Why Habits Are So Hard To Break

New research suggests that forming a habit leaves a lasting mark on specific circuits in the brain, which in turn seems to prime us to further feed our cravings. The research deepens scientists’ understanding of how habits manifest and may suggest new strategies for breaking the bad ones.

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How Time Can Run BACKWARDS: New Parallel World ‘Multiverse’ Theory Revealed

Written by on January 25, 2016 in Sci-Tech, Science with 26 Comments
How Time Can Run BACKWARDS: New Parallel World ‘Multiverse’ Theory Revealed

In a multiverse, parallel universes could exist, with time running in opposite directions. A pair of scientists have developed a model to explain how this could happen based on simpler principles than previously examined.

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DARPA Program To Connect Brains To Computers With Implantable Chip

DARPA Program To Connect Brains To Computers With Implantable Chip

DARPA is launching a new military program using an implant to connect the human brain to a computer. Although there may be some applications that could restore sight or hearing to those without the military use of the Neural Engineering System Design (NESD) is the reason behind the Human Brain project and the US Brain Initiative.

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There’s New Evidence Of a Large, Distant Ninth Planet In Our Solar System [Video]

Written by on January 22, 2016 in Earth & Space, Sci-Tech with 21 Comments
There’s New Evidence Of a Large, Distant Ninth Planet In Our Solar System [Video]

In the distant reaches of the Kuiper Belt, dwarf planet Sedna could be in the gravitational pull of another unseen planet, nicknamed “Planet 9.”

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Cool New Invention Turns Humidity into Drinkable H2O

Written by on January 21, 2016 in Sci-Tech, Technology with 21 Comments
Cool New Invention Turns Humidity into Drinkable H2O

The Fontus device uses the principles of condensation to convert humidity in the air into drinkable water is looking likely to be an optimal gadget to have in times of water shortage.

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5 Planets Align Jan 20 – Feb 20, 2016 – How Will This Affect Us? (Video)

Written by on January 20, 2016 in Earth & Space with 153 Comments
5 Planets Align Jan 20 – Feb 20, 2016 – How Will This Affect Us? (Video)

During this time in which there is a planet parade, the universe opens its gates and listens very carefully to your words and thoughts.

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Australian Scientists Prove Time Travel Is Possible

Written by on January 19, 2016 in Sci-Tech, Science with 72 Comments
Australian Scientists Prove Time Travel Is Possible

A group of scientists from the University of Queensland, Australia, have simulated how time-travelling photons might behave. Their findings suggest that the grandfather paradox which makes time travel impossible could be resolved.

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What is Faraday Future , and Why Should we Care?

What is Faraday Future , and Why Should we Care?

a secretive unveiling of a potential electric car for the future or a prototype that could help China defeat its pollution problems and offer the US a way to switch out of gasoline, (if it is permitted to do so by the oil companies).

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UK Scientists Say First Genetically-Modified Human Embryos Are Ready to Be Created

Written by on January 15, 2016 in Sci-Tech, Science with 120 Comments
UK Scientists Say First Genetically-Modified Human Embryos Are Ready to Be Created

Have you ever heard of the designer babies? A group of researchers in the UK as of late requested consent to make the world’s first genetically-modified human embryos.

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Your Brain Can Be Trained To Regulate Negative Emotions, Study Shows

Written by on January 14, 2016 in Sci-Tech, Science with 11 Comments
Your Brain Can Be Trained To Regulate Negative Emotions, Study Shows

A simple, computer-training task can change your brain’s wiring to regulate emotional reactions, according to a recent study. The researchers hope to examine the impact of this non-emotional training on individuals who are depressed or anxious.

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Methane and Arctic Warming’s Global Impacts (Project Censored #6)

Methane and Arctic Warming’s Global Impacts (Project Censored #6)

When those who believe in global warming discuss this issue, the word “methane” does not always come up, but there are those who believe that this can have an even more substantial effect upon alleged global warming than man-made impacts, particularly in light of large stores of it places such as East Siberia.

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The Science of Joy: New Study Finds We Are Hard-Wired To Give & Benefit From Doing So

Written by on January 12, 2016 in Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor, Sci-Tech, Science with 3 Comments
The Science of Joy: New Study Finds We Are Hard-Wired To Give & Benefit From Doing So

Do you get a little happy buzz when you give? This article helps you understand why.

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The Science Of Motivation for Goal Completion

Written by on January 11, 2016 in Sci-Tech, Science with 3 Comments
The Science Of Motivation for Goal Completion

A MIT study found that play is the strongest motivator for sustained behavioral changes. So, it makes sense that we will stick with enjoyable activities. So, pick a goal that involves something you like doing.

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Ehang 184 Passenger Drone – Demo flights soon, on sale 2016

Ehang 184 Passenger Drone – Demo flights soon, on sale 2016

The Ehang 184 is a drone designed to carry a passenger. No pilots license necessary. The drone does it all, taking the passenger to the destination entered on the touch screen using the safest fastest route while communicating with air traffic control, other aircraft, avoiding obstacles and even hovering in place. Cost will be $200,000 to $300,000 US. Be the first on your block to own one!

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Scientists Move One Step Closer To Turning Water Into Hydrogen Fuel, Affordably

Written by on January 7, 2016 in Sci-Tech, Technology with 16 Comments
Scientists Move One Step Closer To Turning Water Into Hydrogen Fuel, Affordably

Researchers reveal a new mechanism to create hydrogen fuel that could power environmentally clean cars.

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