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They never forget: The strange gift of perfect memory

Filed under: 小红猪抢稿原文 发表于 2013-10-26 21:36

Some people can recall what happened on almost every day of their lives. Unlocking their secrets could shed light on the way all our memories work

[小红猪抢稿原文]Decoding Space and Time in the Brain

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“…henceforth, space by itself, and time by itself, are doomed to fade away into mere shadows, and only a kind of union between the two will preserve an independent reality.”

[小红猪抢稿原文]Persistent dinosaur myths

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Work on dinosaurs for long enough and do enough engagement and outreach activities and a few myths and misconceptions will come up again and again.

[小红猪抢稿原文]Why We Keep Playing the Lottery

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Sociology: Blind to the mathematical odds, we fall to the marketing gods.

[小红猪抢稿原文]Can geoengineering avert climate chaos?

Filed under: 小红猪抢稿原文 发表于 2013-08-09 21:50

OOPS. We really didn't mean to, but we seem to have broken the planet. Is there anything we can do to make it better?

[小红猪抢稿原文]Physics goes social: How behaviour obeys quantum logic

Filed under: 小红猪抢稿原文 发表于 2013-07-26 21:55

IMAGINE that someone asks you how to distinguish consciousness from unconsciousness – a difficult task indeed. If consciousness has a physical basis, can the same be said about unconsciousness?

Truth decay- The half-life of facts

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Much of what we believe to be factual has an expiration date, but the good news is that we can see it coming.

[小红猪抢稿原文]Warmonger or idealist- the roots of human conflict

Filed under: 小红猪抢稿原文 发表于 2013-07-06 00:01

Homo sapiens is not a particularly violent species – we just have more worth fighting for than other animals

[小红猪抢稿原文]This Is Your Brain: Mapping the Connectome

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Humans are endurance champs – why do we hate exercise?

Filed under: 小红猪抢稿原文 发表于 2013-06-14 21:58

Exercise confers huge health benefits, so why does it often feel like such a chore? Evolutionary biologist Daniel Lieberman explains the paradox.

The voices within: The power of talking to yourself

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Our inner speech turns out to shape our thoughts and decisions in more ways than you might have imagined

The $1.3B Quest to Build a Supercomputer Replica of a Human Brain

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Even by the standards of the TED conference, Henry Markram’s 2009 TEDGlobal talk was a mind-bender. He took the stage of the Oxford Playhouse, clad in the requisite dress shirt and blue jeans, and announced a plan that—if it panned out—would deliver a fully sentient hologram within a decade.

Out of Asia: Our surprising origins

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With the evolution of the genus Homo, our ancestors became distinctly human. Now we have hints that this great event occurred not in Africa but in Eurasia

Laptop U-Has the future of college moved online?

Filed under: 小红猪抢稿原文 发表于 2013-05-17 23:40

regory Nagy, a professor of classical Greek literature at Harvard, is a gentle academic of the sort who, asked about the future, will begin speaking of Homer and the battles of the distant past. At seventy, he has owlish eyes, a flared Hungarian nose, and a tendency to gesture broadly with the flat palms of his hands.

Hidden talent: What's your superpower?

Filed under: 小红猪抢稿原文 发表于 2013-05-10 21:59

Discover a mental, physical, emotional or sensory ability you never knew you possessed by taking a scientific approach to testing your limits

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