16 Awe-Inspiring Art Installations From Burning Man 2013

Republished from the Huffington Post It’s hard to believe the hundreds of stunning creations that rise from the dust each Burning Man are collectively enjoyed for a mere week, only then to be burned to the ground or carted off

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16 Awe-Inspiring Art Installations From Burning Man 2013

Republished from the Huffington Post It’s hard to believe the hundreds of stunning creations that rise from the dust each Burning Man are collectively enjoyed for a mere week, only then to be burned to the ground or carted off

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Scientists Locate Possible Location Of Imagination In The Human Brain

  Republished from redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports – Your Universe Online Image Credit: Thinkstock.com While both philosophers and scientists have searched for ages for the biological source of the human imagination, the authors of a paper appearing in this

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Scientists Locate Possible Location Of Imagination In The Human Brain

  Republished from redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports – Your Universe Online Image Credit: Thinkstock.com While both philosophers and scientists have searched for ages for the biological source of the human imagination, the authors of a paper appearing in this

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Can Exposure To Science Boost Morality? Maybe So, New Study Suggests

  Republished by the Huffington Post  |  By Meredith Bennett-Smith   Does science make us better people? That’s the fascinating question explored by researchers in a new study. By looking at the way students reacted to scenarios involving moral questions,

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Can Exposure To Science Boost Morality? Maybe So, New Study Suggests

  Republished by the Huffington Post  |  By Meredith Bennett-Smith   Does science make us better people? That’s the fascinating question explored by researchers in a new study. By looking at the way students reacted to scenarios involving moral questions,

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The spiritual scientist

Republished from ABC Science Science would not exist without an innate spirituality driven by a sense of wonder about the natural world, writes Paul Willis. Without a sense of spirtual wonder, science would not exist (Source: DNHanlon/iStockphoto) Early this year

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The spiritual scientist

Republished from ABC Science Science would not exist without an innate spirituality driven by a sense of wonder about the natural world, writes Paul Willis. Without a sense of spirtual wonder, science would not exist (Source: DNHanlon/iStockphoto) Early this year

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Algoraves Are The Nerdiest Way To Get Your Dance On

Algorithms make the music, you make the party. Republished from Popular Science Rave Rick Doble via Wikimedia Commons   Nerds, gather at the dance party! It’s time to algorave. Meaning the DJs will be spinning algorithms, not just dropping beats. At an

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Algoraves Are The Nerdiest Way To Get Your Dance On

Algorithms make the music, you make the party. Republished from Popular Science Rave Rick Doble via Wikimedia Commons   Nerds, gather at the dance party! It’s time to algorave. Meaning the DJs will be spinning algorithms, not just dropping beats. At an

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Did Life Come to Earth From Mars?

  Republished from the Smithsonian Magazine Could life on Earth have been born on Mars? Photo via Wikipedia. If the phenomena of Star Trek, Area 51, Ancient Aliens, or War of the Worlds can be taken as anthropological clues, humanity

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Did Life Come to Earth From Mars?

  Republished from the Smithsonian Magazine Could life on Earth have been born on Mars? Photo via Wikipedia. If the phenomena of Star Trek, Area 51, Ancient Aliens, or War of the Worlds can be taken as anthropological clues, humanity

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Glitched Vintage Photos Offer An Artistic Perspective On Our Fragmented Memory

  By Victoria Turk, Republished from the Creators Project   Mr. Stein’s Fear by David Szauder. “He was a solid, well situated simple man. He went to church every day, when it was necessary. But one day he realised that

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Glitched Vintage Photos Offer An Artistic Perspective On Our Fragmented Memory

  By Victoria Turk, Republished from the Creators Project   Mr. Stein’s Fear by David Szauder. “He was a solid, well situated simple man. He went to church every day, when it was necessary. But one day he realised that

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Wormhole Time ‘Machine’ Called Best Bet For Back-In-Time Travel

By Jillian Scharr, Republished from Huffington Post      Though wormholes have never been proven to exist, these theoretical passageways through space-time are predicted by Einstein’s general theory of relativity.   The concept of a time machine typically conjures up

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Wormhole Time ‘Machine’ Called Best Bet For Back-In-Time Travel

By Jillian Scharr, Republished from Huffington Post      Though wormholes have never been proven to exist, these theoretical passageways through space-time are predicted by Einstein’s general theory of relativity.   The concept of a time machine typically conjures up

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How To Train Your Brain To See What Others Don’t

By Carolyn Gregoire, Republished from the Huffington Post   Charles Darwin had one of the greatest “aha!” moments in all of history when writing his magnum opus On The Origin of Species. After reading a book written 40 years earlier

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How To Train Your Brain To See What Others Don’t

By Carolyn Gregoire, Republished from the Huffington Post   Charles Darwin had one of the greatest “aha!” moments in all of history when writing his magnum opus On The Origin of Species. After reading a book written 40 years earlier

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Ask Discover: How Do Cells Communicate?

By Christie Wilcox, Republished from Discover Magazine   Got a burning science question? Send it to Ask@DiscoverMagazine.com and we’ll try to answer it here or in a future issue of the magazine.   If you haven’t noticed, us Discover Magazine bloggers have

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Ask Discover: How Do Cells Communicate?

By Christie Wilcox, Republished from Discover Magazine   Got a burning science question? Send it to Ask@DiscoverMagazine.com and we’ll try to answer it here or in a future issue of the magazine.   If you haven’t noticed, us Discover Magazine bloggers have

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