What does it mean to be human? However vast this question might sound, the answers are infinite. This infinite nature of thoughts is the basis of humanity. Can science illuminate the answers? A panel of scientists share their answers in a nutshell.
Around the world, except for the Middle-East, there’s a bubble building up around oil prices (and real-estate costs). Oil prices are rising, like never before. And the world is worried.
Futures speculation has created frenzy, unless you are driving a Prius. Supply fears have sent oil past record [continue reading...]
Most of us have no idea whatâ€™s really going on inside our heads. How do we learn? What exactly do sleep and stress do to our brains? Why is multi-tasking a myth? Why is it so easy to forget – and so important to repeat new knowledge? With the Brain [continue reading...]
The science of sleep has been a bit intriguing for me in the recent past. Yawning may be contagious, but the biggest question is — why do we sleep? Is it just to rest our tired bodies? The latest research puts forward a totally new perspective to the mysterious [continue reading...]
I came across this website called CyberEconomics the other day, that explains the various aspects of micro and macro economics. I studied economics back in school as well as in college, but the approach quoted below made much more sense than before:
People who do not understand economics still try
Would it be fair to say that more wealth makes us less spiritual. The “Wealth and Religiosity” graph seems to depict so. With the spread of freethought, scientific skepticism, and criticism of religion; secular theology has gathered a more specific meaning. What’s your say?