March 19, 2019

Scientists Show How They Were Able to Turn Back Time in New Study

Ever wish you could turn back the hands of time, even just for a few seconds? Time’s arrow moves in just one direction, as dictated by the second law of thermodynamics. This law states that an ordered system will slowly devolve into chaos, but now quantum physicists from the United States and Russia have teamed up to prove that it is possible to inch backward thanks to the results of a new time reversal experiment.

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March 14, 2019

Fascinating Infographic Reveals the Surprising Habits That Help You Live Longer

Most of us want to live a long and happy life, but with so many health and wellness tips out there, it’s hard to know which advice to follow. A good diet and plenty of exercise is a given, but there are also other—more surprising—ways to increase your lifespan. Founder of Information is Beautiful, David McCandless visualizes real scientific data in an infographic that reveals the best habits you can adopt for extending your life.

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March 7, 2019

Spectacular Photo of the Northern Lights Looks Like a Dragon in the Sky

We’ve all seen countless photos of the Aurora Borealis; so dazzling are the spectacular lights that photographers flock to photograph them. But you’ve never seen anything quite like this image from photographers Jingyi Zhang and Wang Zheng. Take in Iceland, the array of green lights actually take on the shape of a giant dragon. Zhang, a Perth-based student studying jewelry design, clearly has a passion for astrophotography.

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March 1, 2019

5 Synesthesia Artists Who Paint Their Multi-Sensory Experiences

Have you ever wondered what the color red sounds like? While most of us experience color visually, around 4% of the world’s population are able to experience hues through multiple senses. These people have a neurological condition called synesthesia, meaning their brains process stimulation in a way that allows them to experience several senses at one time—a concept that may seem like super-human powers for the other 96% of us.

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