Scientists Achieve Breakthrough, Talking With Lucid Dreamers in Their SleepâAnd Thereâs Now An App For That
Dreams take us to an alternative reality while we’re fast asleep. So, you might not expect that a person in the midst of a vivid dream would be able to perceive incoming questions and provide answers to them. But a new study led by Northwestern University researchers shows that, in fact, they canâand they developed […]
Why aren’t we more afraid of global warming? The psychology of procrastinating on climate change – The Independent
“I don’t expect to die from old age,” Margaret Klein tells me matter-of-factly. The clinical psychologist-turned-climate-activist is talking to me over the phone from a New York City park, where she is walking her dog. “It’s hard to know exactly…
Climategate was a conspiracy by ‘fossil-fuel-industry front groups, paid attack dogs, & conservative media outlets,’ claims Michael ‘Hockey Stick’ Mann in his latest potboiler The New Climate War. I do hope the rest of his book isn’t as inaccurate as this…
In the midst of a record cold snap causing power outages and deaths across the country, some Americans with unmatched critical thinking skills are once again asking: How globe warming if cold outside? Facebook aunts and grandfathers took to the…
(University of Queensland) University of Queensland scientists have developed an ultraviolet ‘television’ display designed to help researchers better understand how animals see the world.
Might as well face it, you’re addicted to love. Or at least it can feel that way. On this Valentine’s Day 2021, watch a video about certain chemicals – including dopamine, oxytocin and vasopressin – responsible for making you feel good around that certain someone.
Neurologists looking to understand how perfect pitch affects the brain found an altogether different and inspiring conclusion about music and brain function. They found that both perfect pitchâthe ability to identify a note simply by the soundâand musical training in general led to greater functional connectivity between the regions of the brain. Perfect pitch is […]
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(University of Bristol) Scientists studying forest dwelling butterflies in Central and South America have discovered that changes in the way animals perceive and process information from their environment can support the emergence of new species. The study led by the University of Bristol, and published today [9 February] in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), has implications for how new species might evolve and the underappreciated role of changes in the brain.
(Virginia Tech) Researchers discovered lead levels like those reported in Flint, Michigan, can interfere with the neural mechanisms of vocal development of songbirds and affect mate attraction.