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Orion launch ushers in next generation of space travel

The progression of space travel has taken the human race farther beyond Earth than previous generations could have possibly imagined. With technology also evolving, the outer limit of where humanity can potentially go has also been expanded. When it comes to landings on...

source: By Ross Lancaster
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You could qualify for Mensa with the scores from intelligence tests you may have already taken. Now through Dec. 31, American Mensa invites you to submit your scores and we will review them for free. Submit the application and your qualifying test scores, and include the...

source: American Mensa

If you prefer to order your pizza without going through all the trouble of actually speaking, Pizza Hut has just the thing for you — "the world's first subconscious menu." You sit down, glance through the menu, and before you...

source: The Conversation

Some high-tech prosthetic limbs can be controlled by their owners, using nerves, muscles or even the brain. However, there's no way for the wearer to tell if an object is scalding hot, or about to slip out of the appendage's grasp. Materials...

source: MIT Technology Review

What role do our emotions play in decision-making? Some might say it's a fairly contentious one. Acting on emotions without reason can be dangerous. 17th-century French philosopher Descartes would have you believe reason trumps emotion when it comes to making decisions....

source: Fast Company

In recent years, companies have developed a number of online cognitive training programs — brain games — to help improve memory and brain processing speed. They've been promoted as a fun way to help people stay mentally sharp as they get older, building on the...

source: CBS News

When it comes to math, people mischaracterize themselves quite often. About 20 percent of the people who say they are bad at math score in the top half of tests while about 33 percent of people who say they are good at math score...

source: Science 2.0


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