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Physics
What if we are all just quantum machines?

Few of us really understand the weird world of quantum physics – but our bodies might take advantage of quantum properties.

If there’s any subject that perfectly encapsulates the idea that science is hard to understand, it’s quantum physics. Scie…

Emotional Intelligence
Improve your life with this simple practice

Mindfulness is defined as an attention training, which can benefit health and general well-being. There is a lot scientific research confirming it.

In this article we will present you another type of attention training, called Open Focus. Combini…

Chaos Magic
There is a complex universe in your brain

A sensational discovery has been made by experts as scientists have found that the human brain is home to structures and shapes that have up to 11 dimensions. Neuroscientists welcome the discovery saying: “We found a world that we had never imagined.”<…

Mental Health
Happiest people are less creative

Corporations intent on making employees more engaged and creative are focusing on happiness as the answer. Chief Happiness Officer is an

Sleep and Dreaming
Do You Know That The Sun and Magnetic Field Influence Your He...

Solar energy and cosmic radiation have electrical influences over a multitude of human activities including human health. Mainstream science has begun to accept these effects, and to investigate the topic in a serious way, but the science itself is by …

Mindfulness
Start living in the moment by using this ancient practice

The idea of attempting to concentrate on one object at a time can look impossible for some of us; and actually, it is not possible for some.

With more and more people being diagnosed with attention deficit disorders, busy demands on their lives a…

Space and Time
The Soul – what is it? Explained by science

An Australian biologist Jeremy Griffith has given the long awaited, first principal, biological explanation of the human condition, our capacity for so called ‘good and evil’. With the clarifying, biological explanation for why we humans became competi…

Mindfulness
Do you know why the Amish don't get Autism?

Those who are not familiar with alternative medicine are often surprised by the seldomness of autism in the Amish people. The Amish do not have autism, or most of the other learning disabilities that our modern society suffers with. They live in a plac…

Savings
Man Saves Wife’s Sight by 3D Printing Her Tumor

The summer of 2013 found Michael Balzer in good health. A few years earlier, he’d struggled with a long illness that had cost him his job.


As he recovered, he built an independent career creating 3D graphics and helping his wife, a ps…

Neuroscience
Brains Can Recover Some 'Lost' Memories

Everyday living may be such a challenge for those with short-term memory loss. But researchers have now demonstrated that m…

Emotional Intelligence
People Have a Sixth Sense — Details of a Secret Military Rese...

In 2014, the Office of Naval Research embarked on a four-year, $3.85 million research program to explore the phenomena it calls…

Astrology
Scientists Have Found a Bizarre Similarity Between Human Cell...

If you were to compare yourself to a neutron star, you probably wouldn’t find very many things in common. After all, neutron stars – celestial bodies with super strong magnetic fi…

Psychology
Creative People’s Brains Really Do Work Differently

What makes highly creative people different from the rest of us? In the 1960s, psychologist and creativity researcher Frank X. Barron set about finding out. Barron conducted a series of experiments on some of his generation’s most renowned thinkers in …

Meditation
Scientists Measure Compassion Levels During Loving-Kindness M...

Academics from the psychology departments at three universities in South Korea have produced a scale to measure loving-kindness and compassion -- two of Buddhism's four immeasurables, or brahmaviharas.

Loving-kindness (fondness …

Lifestyle and Behaviour
Listening to Music Releases Body's Natural Painkillers

The same brain-chemical system that mediates feelings of pleasure from sex, recreational drugs, and food is also critical to experiencing musical pleasure, according to a study by McGill University researchers published today in the Nature journal Scie…

Lifestyle and Behaviour
Are You Forgetful? This Might Be a Sign of Extraordinary Inte...

Having a fast or accurate memory recall is certainly something that comes in handy at school when you’re doing something like learning multiplication tables. It can also be useful in the workplace when you’re trying to remember someone’s name.

Wi…

Neuroscience
The Era of Pervasive Neurotechnology

Pervasive neurotechnology is a growing area of neuroscience, developed to enhance the brain’s performance and cognitive health. These technologies are non-invasive, meaning they do not involve surgical procedures or ingesting drugs and tend to be cost-…

Music and Sound therapy
Scientists Prove That Pop Music Can Be Harmful for Our Brains

Research proves what our parents have been saying all along: Modern pop music really is worse than …

Social Neuroscience
How Art Changes Consciousness

With so much talk about the evidence of the positive effects of yoga and meditation, you might be surprised at what scientific research also says about how art effects the brain.

Long before modern neuroscience, artists were creating works to in…

Mindfulness
You Can Rewire Your Brain to Get Rid of Negative Thoughts. He...

As we all know, positive thinking can lead to a fulfilling life, but how can we think positive thoughts when the brain is overwhelmed by negative thoughts? How can we feel and think better without the use of stimulants? Can we do it naturally on our ow…

Neurostimulation
How Can Theoretical Computer Science Inform Neuroscience?

I wish I knew!

Today, there’s a thriving interaction between TCS and physics (mostly centered around quantum computing, but also around, for example, phase transitions in random constraint satisfaction problems). There’s also a thriving interacti…

Psychology
Neuroscience of Trusting Yourself: Your Brain Always Has a Ba...

Whether we're navigating a route to work or browsing produce at the grocery store, our brains are constantly making decisions about movement: Should I cross the street now or at the intersection? Should I reach for the red apple or the green apple? Whe…

Neuroscience
Neuroscience — Religion Shaped the Very Structure of Our Brains

Religion and neuroscience are not an obvious pairing. But earlier this week, a study published in Social Neuroscience demonstrated that spiritual feelings activate the neurological reward systems of devout Mormons. The study used fMRI scans to show tha…

Emotional Intelligence
Negative Emotions Make You a Healthier Person, Study Finds

A client sits before me, seeking help untangling his relationship problems. As a psychotherapist, I strive to be warm, nonjudgmental and encouraging. I am a bit unsettled, then, when in the midst of describing his painful experiences, he says, “I'm sor…

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