Is that man good husband material or that woman hot? It may not be facts that are guiding our judgments and decisions, but a reaction to whether an opinion of that potential partner is given a positive or negative spin or not. The "framing effect" is...

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According to a recent study by UCLA psychologists, looking at a photo, holding the hand or even just thinking of a loved one will reduce pain. The study which appeared in the November 2009 issue of the Journal Psychological Science, involved 25 women who received a...

New research by computer scientists shines a new light on the theory of evolution. In contrast to the accepted theory of "survival of the fittest", the ability to evolve (called evolvability) could possibly be hereditary and inherent in nature itself. The philosopher Diderot wrote, "It seems...

Did Paul Klee knowingly or unknowingly seed the first Twitter meme - a 'mechanical chirping bird' in his painting Twittering Machine? In 1922, a Swiss-German painter Paul Klee painted a watercolor and pen and ink oil transfer on paper which depicted a group of birds...

A study, "Quantifying Trading Behavior in Financial Markets Using Google Trends," published in Scientific Reports by a team of UK and US researchers, found Google Trends keywords can predict the rise and fall of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Using historic data from January 2004...

A recent study published in the Journal of Neuroscience by authors Peggy Mason, PhD, professor of neurobiology, and Hayley Foo, PhD, research associate professor of neurobiology at the University of Chicago, is the first to show that while ingesting food or drink, a powerful painkilling...

When a theoretical physicist from the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics was passing through Imperial College London, a casual coffee in a tiny office at Imperial's Blackett Physics Laboratory led to a monumental scientific breakthrough...

Daniel Goleman, PhD, is a psychologist and former science journalist at the New York Times and best-selling author of Emotional Intelligence, Social Intelligence, and most recently, Ecological Intelligence. Goleman supports the concept that conventional intelligence measured by one's IQ isn't necessarily a measure of how...

Look towards the West on Saturday night at a rare Venus-Jupiter conjunction! The astronomy The two most benefic planets, Jupiter and Venus will be the closest they have ever been and it won't happen again until 2065! Though Venus and Jupiter conjunct each other often. A thing called...

In the 1950's Dr. Royal Rife, an American inventor designed a very powerful microscope that could detect living microbes by the color of their vibratory rates. Financed by millionaires like Henry Timken, Rife invented the Universal Microscope with 5,682 parts. It was a miraculous machine that...

In a study from Loma Linda University Health, presented at the Experimental Biology conference meetings in San Diego, joyful or mirthful laughter was shown to produce brain wave frequencies similar to those seen among people who reach what is considered the desired "true state of...

Though teeth have been grown in mice before, scientists revealed in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences success at growing a 'fully functional' tooth from stem cells in mice. The article states: "Here, we report a successful fully functioning tooth replacement in an adult mouse...