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Siddhartha's Brain: Unlocking the Ancient Science of Enlightenment
Siddhartha's Brain: Unlocking the Ancient Science of Enlightenment by James Kingsland

A groundbreaking exploration of the "science of enlightenment", told through the lens of the journey of Siddhartha (better known as Buddha), by Guardian science editor James Kingsland. In a lush grove on the banks of the Neranjara in Northern India - 400 ...

The 25 Cognitive Biases: Understanding Human Psychology, Decision Making & How to Not Fall Victim to Them
The 25 Cognitive Biases: Understanding Human Psychology, Decision Making & How to Not Fall Victim to Them by Kai Musashi

The 25 cognitive biases you need to know! Want to get ahead in life? Well, you've come to the right place. Learn these 25 cognitive biases today! Have you ever found yourself wondering why you make the decisions you make? Why you seem to like the same thi...

SQL with a Smile: An Easygoing Guide to SQL Basics
SQL with a Smile: An Easygoing Guide to SQL Basics by Elaine Kellner

Need to learn SQL for work, but don't know where to start? Ever tried to learn, but got bored with dry-as-dust textbooks? Let SQL with a Smile introduce you to the Structured Query Language with a laid-back approach - and a lot of bad jokes! Don't get bog...

Mapping the Heavens: The Radical Scientific Ideas That Reveal the Cosmos
Mapping the Heavens: The Radical Scientific Ideas That Reveal the Cosmos by Priyamvada Natarajan

Mapping the Heavens provides a tour of the "greatest hits" of cosmological discoveries - the ideas that reshaped our universe over the past century. The cosmos, once understood as a stagnant place filled with the ordinary, is now a universe that is expand...

Summary of The Sleep Revolution: Transforming Your Life, One Night at a Time by Arianna Huffington | Book Summary Includes Analysis
Summary of The Sleep Revolution: Transforming Your Life, One Night at a Time by Arianna Huffington | Book Summary Includes Analysis by FlashBooks Book Sumaries

This is a book summary on The Sleep Revolution by Arianna Huffington. We are in the midst of a sleep deprivation crisis, writes Arianna Huffington, the co-founder and editor in chief of The Huffington Post And this has profound consequences - on our healt...

Summary of Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely: Includes Analysis
Summary of Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely: Includes Analysis by Instaread

Summary of Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely. Includes analysis. Preview: Predictably Irrational provides a data-driven window into the ways in which the human mind fails to make rational choices time and time again. While some of these irrational deci...

Dear Little Ones: A Book About Dissociative Identity Disorder for Young Alters
Dear Little Ones: A Book About Dissociative Identity Disorder for Young Alters by Jade Miller

A book about dissociative identity disorder, written for young alters. The book helps young alters understand their experiences as part of a multiple system. ©2015 Jade Miller (P)2016 Jade Miller...

Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are?
Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are? by Frans de Waal

From world-renowned biologist and primatologist Frans de Waal comes this groundbreaking work on animal intelligence destined to become a classic. What separates your mind from an animal's? Maybe you think it's your ability to design tools, your sense of s...

Science News, April 23, 2016
Science News, April 23, 2016 by Society for Science & the Public

Turn to Science News for the latest coverage of biology, astronomy, the physical sciences, behavioral sciences, math and computers, chemistry, and earth science. This 75-year-old publication is known for its sharp writing and up-to-date coverage of the la...

My Favorite Universe
My Favorite Universe by The Great Courses

What forces molded the universe? Are those forces still at work, removing, changing, or adding heavenly bodies even as we gaze upward? Will humanity, and Earth itself, one day be gone? Are we alone? In an era when science journalism is perhaps more thorou...

The Forgotten Islands
The Forgotten Islands by Michael Veitch

The Forgotten Islands is an incredible, evocative listen that shines a light on this little-known part of Australia and its extraordinary history. The more I learned, the more I realised this was an Australia I hardly knew. This was stormy weather Austral...

Airplanes Are Getting Lighter Thanks to 3-D-Printed Parts
Airplanes Are Getting Lighter Thanks to 3-D-Printed Parts by Mike Orcutt

Metal 3-D printing, which has been around for decades, is finally coming into its own as a genuine mass manufacturing technology: Sales of machines that print metal objects have risen rapidly as manufacturers, especially in the aerospace industry, gear up...

Cellular Trends: How Smartphones and the Internet of Things Will Change Your Life
Cellular Trends: How Smartphones and the Internet of Things Will Change Your Life by Nick Vulich

Mobile Will Change Everything - Again Our love affair with our cell phones will grow even stronger over the coming years. A recent study from PEW University says over 44 percent of us have slept with our cell phones. Honestly, cell phones are changing the...

Space: Inside the Outside That's in Between
Space: Inside the Outside That's in Between by Alan Hall Ph.D

Of all the things we know about the universe, what do we really know about the nature of space? For example, is there a beyond space? Can space exist in the absence of matter? Though it may seem like a dumb question - 'where' does space come from? This es...

Tesla's Biggest Edge in Chasing Autonomy Is Treating Drivers Like Guinea Pigs
Tesla's Biggest Edge in Chasing Autonomy Is Treating Drivers Like Guinea Pigs by Will Knight

If Tesla wins the race to commercialize automated driving, it might have less to do with some technological edge than its crazy customers. At the unveiling of Tesla’s sleek and “affordable” new car, the Model 3, Musk hinted that some “next level” features...

Quantum Connections
Quantum Connections by Christopher R. Monroe

For the past two decades scientists have been attempting to harness the peculiarities of the microscopic quantum world to achieve leaps in information processing and communication ability. By exploiting several features of physics at the universe’s smalle...

An Easier Way to Track Your Blood Pressure
An Easier Way to Track Your Blood Pressure by Rachel Metz

Having your blood pressure taken by a cuff that inflates and deflates around your upper arm is reliable, but it’s not very fast or portable, and it isn’t able to give you continuous measurements over time. A startup called Blumio is trying a different tac...

Evolution 2.0: Breaking the Deadlock Between Darwin and Design
Evolution 2.0: Breaking the Deadlock Between Darwin and Design by Perry Marshall

One-Hundred-Fifty Years Later, the Creation-Evolution Debate Still Rages. Both Sides Are Half-Right. And Both Are Wrong. Meet the opponents: In one corner - Proponents of Intelligent Design like William Dembski, Stephen Meyer, and Michael Behe. Many defy ...

ADHD Diet: The Cure Is Nutrition Not Drugs: Solution Without Drugs or Medication
ADHD Diet: The Cure Is Nutrition Not Drugs: Solution Without Drugs or Medication by Martin Meyer

You Can Live a Normal Life Without Drugs! Live a Healthier Life by Eating a Proper Diet That Treats and Prevents ADHD! Do you experience difficulty in focusing? Are you tired of overseeing time and want a solution? Does being late, forgetful, and overwhel...

You Can Finally Know How Much Energy That New Refrigerator Saves
You Can Finally Know How Much Energy That New Refrigerator Saves by Richard Martin

Improving the energy efficiency of buildings is considered the fastest and least expensive way to cut energy use and, thus, carbon emissions. Although many states have programs in place to promote energy efficiency, mostly through rebates, the market has ...

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