Follow New Horizons on its incredible journey as it nears the edge of the planetary system and speeds toward a historic July 14 flyby of Pluto.
The Facebook Messenger payments feature (pictured) has rolled out nationally in the US, but there’s no news as to when it will come to the UK and other countries. —> Read More
Are YOU colourblind? Interactive test reveals whether you have normal rainbow vision or are living in a murky world
To complete the test (pictured) by Berkeley-based EnChroma, users identify a coloured number on a different coloured, background. At the end, the user is either told they have normal vision or not. —> Read More
Google apologises after Photos app tags black people as gorillas: Fault in image recognition software mislabelled picture
A New York based computer programmer was shocked when he spotted images of himself and a friend labelled in an album marked ‘gorillas’ by Google Photos automatic tagging service. —> Read More
The American New Horizons spacecraft makes its last planned targeting manoeuvre as it bears down on Pluto. —> Read More
I want to share a personal view of what it is to be happy and how it differs from feeling content. Let me begin with a clinical story.
They met at a party; it was love at first sight just like one reads about in romantic novels. They married following an exhilarating courtship, and since they shared an eagerness to raise a family, Jennifer soon announced the joyful news of her pregnancy. They called their baby Annie after Adam’s late mother.
They felt blessed; every moment since their first encounter had been nothing but pleasurable. Everyone who knew them concurred that their lives as a couple had been replete with happiness.
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Astrobiologists like Jason Dworkin are keenly interested in the origins of life on Earth, but the evidence that they seek was erased long ago by Earth’s geology and chemistry.
For 28 hours, six subjects will remain lying down and tilted at 12 degrees so their heads are lower than their legs. At times, they live and sleep in a carbon dioxide enriched atmosphere.
Although being overweight with a high body-mass index has long been associated with a higher risk for colorectal cancer, thinner patients might not fare as well after treatment for advanced cancer, according to a new study. —> Read More
St John’s Wort can produce the same adverse reactions as antidepressants, and serious side effects can occur when the two are taken together, according to new research. —> Read More