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Silicon Valley’s quest for immortality – and its worrying sacrifices

Somewhere in Silicon Valley, a man wakes early with the sunrise. Venturing into the kitchen, he pacifies his rumbling belly with a cup of...

Let’s stop worshipping Silicon Valley in 2019

Silicon Valley is basically this American generation’s Detroit. It’s a business hub, an economic engine, and the stuff we’re most proud of producing comes...

Study: Switching between devices is associated with poorer attention and memory

How many times have you sat down to watch TV or a movie, only to immediately shift your attention to your smartphone or tablet?...

Don’t worry about screen time – focus on how you use...

Many Americans find themselves bombarded by expert advice to limit their screen time and break their addictions to digital devices – including enforcing and...

How to delete Facebook without losing your friends and photos

Casey Neistat wrote an article back in 2014 how he ‘fixed’ his Facebook by unfriending people who shared too much. I tried this in...

3D-printed sex robots are cheaper and more lifelike than ever

A sex doll manufacturer is ‘breaking the mold’ of traditional doll-building by introducing 3D printing into the process. DS Robotics, an offshoot of DSDolls, exhibited...

How social media dilutes scientific discoveries into clickbait

When news breaks – whether the story of a disease outbreak, a terrorist attack, or a natural disaster – people increasingly turn to the...

Study: Bizarre ‘dark fluid’ with negative mass could dominate the universe

It’s embarrassing, but astrophysicists are the first to admit it. Our best theoretical model can only explain 5 percent of the universe. The remaining...

Here’s why NASA is sending worms to space

  Space launches are some of the most spectacular and nerve wracking events you can witness. And when you are actually involved in one, you...

Women were written out of science history – it’s time we...

  One reason women tend to be absent from narratives of science is because it’s not as easy to find female scientists on the public...