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- Ancient wisdom reveals 7 rituals that will make you happy
- Is it a wolf? A hybrid? Mysterious furry creature shot in Montana
- Another AI-powered device gets the FDA’s blessing
- Will This Hemp-Based Oil Replace Opioids & OTC Pain Relievers?
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Almost exactly 50 years ago, the USS Scorpion became the last U.S. submarine to be lost at sea when it disappeared while on patrol in the North Atlantic in 1968, with the nearly 100 officers and crew lost and presumed killed.
You and I are not the first people to wonder, “How can I live a happy, more fulfilling life?” Not by a long shot. Stoicism and Buddhism are both a few thousand years old and I write about them a fair amount because both have core elements that have been validated by modern science.
Not even Montana’s wildlife commission is sure what it is.
Today’s piece of historic erotic art is a detailed line drawing cave painting from Naj Tunich, a very significant Mayan site in Guatemala and is estimated to be from 700AD. The image depicts two aroused and fully nude men embracing with one wrapping his arms around his partner’s torso while the other holds his partner with one hand on his back and the other holding the side and back of his head.
In an ongoing effort to get more AI into healthcare, the FDA just approved the marketing of an algorithm that detects wrist fractures.
Can hemp oil really help with your pain? Science says yes.
After leaving home as a teen, ‘Huck’ hit the road to hitchhike, hop trains and live by his own rules. Now he’s helping other vagabonds navigate a world they see no future in.
One fine spring day a few years ago, I had a thought — one I probably should have had much earlier, one that would return to me over and over, usually when I was trying to fall asleep: Everything is…
Archaeologists Have Discovered A Mummy In Peru That Has Been Extraordinarily Well Preserved For 1,000 Years
Lutetium, a rare-earth element forgotten in the bottom of the periodic table, could be the key to even more-accurate clocks.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is gearing up to help business leaders never be blindsided again.
This amount of money could solve the entire planet’s miseries, but the government blames its mystery spending on a “failure to correct system deficiencies.”
Wherein I argue with a meme
Jaron Lanier, pioneer turned digital sceptic, explains in an extract from his new book why we must take back control
No. 4: How much Russian money has flowed into the Trump family and the Trump Organization since Trump suddenly and mysteriously became cash-rich in 2006?
Let’s get the stupid bit about the shared last name out of the way. It affected me. When a young wannabe, I couldn’t read him, not willingly, not without trepidation, certainly I couldn’t read h
A key component is missing from the current controversial discussion surrounding football players and the national anthem. In the recent days of argument over whether NFL players have the right to protest racial inequality and systemic injustice in the United States, few have brought up the fact that less than a decade ago, professional football players didn’t even appear on the field during the national anthem.
Awesome portraits by Álvaro Rodríguez Navarro, talented 24-year-old self-taught photographer, retoucher and artist based in Ciudad-Rodrigo, Castilla y León, Spain. Álvaro focuses on portraiture, he shoots a lot of beauty, lifestyle, nude and street portrait photography. More: Álvaro Rodríguez Nav
The “copyright enforcer” is a walking lawsuit factory. He’s also the best hope for photographers to get paid.
—Our story starts with Geno Smith getting punched in the jaw by a teammate, as most good stories about copyright law do. It was August 2015, and the then-quarterback for the New York Jets got clocked in a practice altercation that sent him into surgery and sidelined him for the start of the NFL season. Two days after Smith’s surgery, a photojournalist named Angel Chevrestt spotted the shirtless, puffy-cheeked quarterback standing outside his apartment, tossing a football to a friend. Chevrestt took some pictures and licensed them to the New York Post, where they ran alongside an article titled “Big Mouth! Geno Emerges for First Time Post-Sucker Punch Surgery.”
What’s wrong with secret donor agreements like the ones George Mason University inked with the Kochs
When public universities and their foundations take large sums of money from political and strategic philanthropists, they can’t safeguard academic freedom unless there’s some transparency.
The great mystery to me of psychedelic experiences is the centrality of love.
I mean, why is it love exactly — overwhelming love — that so many experience under the spell of these molecules? When I first dabbled in the expansion of consciousness, I assumed it was simply some kind of wish-fulfillment.
With the mystery surrounding the gruesome murder of an 11-year-old boy, Stephen King’s new novel ‘The Outsider’ is poised to be the summer’s spookiest read
How John Carreyrou battled corporate surveillance and intimidation to expose a multibillion-dollar Silicon Valley start-up as a fraud.
Forest fires killed off tree-dwelling species and left the ground-dwelling ones to restart the avian dynasty.
Archaeologists Discover A Stunning Neolithic Site On Cyprus With Artifacts Including Pictographs And Jewelry
Climate scientist Ed Hawking came up with a simple way to visualize how quickly the earth is warming up.
The novelist’s wide-ranging work spanned from irreverent short stories to self-lacerating picaresque to experimental fiction, but at its center there was still a moral core.
Source: The Many Philip Roths
Literary giant’s anointed biographer Blake Bailey shares the details of Roth’s long struggle with coronary artery disease, and of his prolific — and profound — writing life
While many school shooters suffered peer rejection of some sort, research doesn’t support the idea that peer rejection is the culprit behind shootings, a scholar argues.
New London, Connecticut still holds a grudge against its hometown son who turned traitor and burned the city.
The writer, who died at the age of 85, was the last of the larger-than-life novelists of the mid-20th century.