The use of social media has been hailed as being key to last year's uprisings – but new research suggests its role may have been overblown
A century-old assumption about the composition of our planet has been challenged by a new study suggesting that Earth does not have the same geological composition as a class of meteorites called chondrites.
Julie Sedivy is the lead author of Sold on Language: How Advertisers Talk to You And What This Says About You. She contributes regularly to Psychology Today and Language Log.
Hard drives may be slow and fairly
unreliable compared to the newer flash memory, but there are people
out there that adore them anyway –
Author(s): K. Nomura, N. Shimizu, D. Vretenar, T. Nikšić, and T. Otsukaγ softness in atomic nuclei is investigated in the framework of energy density functionals.
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Virtual worlds may soon be used to change people's behaviour and even their own body image
Animals thinking inside a virtual world can help us understand what can go wrong in the brain
Two weeks ago, we discussed Hannah and Eppley's thought experiment.