A photographer spent three months waiting in freezing temperatures to photograph the Northern Lights above the Rocky Mountains. Richard Gottardo, 29, captured the natural phenomenon in British Columbia.
These extraordinary sculptures were made by Korean artist Jin Young Yu, are about people who, instead of getting along with others, choose to keep a distance from them, and be invisible or be left alone unconcerned. Instead of trying to fit into the ...
If you've got a few minutes to spare today and are looking to be inspired, check out this short film showing how French artists Supakitch and Koralie created a beautifully detailed mural from start to finish. The Japanese inspired mural was put toget...
Designer of Lincoln, Nebraska used recycled bottles filled with colored water to create stunning topographical shade canopy for a vehicle. I love how the natural shape of the plastic bottles makes the pooled water look like leaves. See more over on ...
They rely on atmosphere and suspense rather than gore and jump-scares. Here's our pick of the 50 most genuinely creepy horror movies… Creepy isn't the same as scary. Films can be scary simply by using loud noises and sudden movements to make their au...
The ability to learn and to establish new memories is essential to our daily existence and identity; enabling us to navigate through the world. A new study by researchers at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital (The Neuro), McGill Univers...
I grow in places
where wind is high
and water scant.
I drink the rain,
I eat the sun;
before the prairie winds
I see, I sprout,
I grow, I creep,
and in the ice
and snow, I sleep.
On steppe or veld
or pampas dry,
The following paper discusses some issues commonly raised in regard
to the relationship between science and spirituality. In particular, I
wish to examine the issue of the apparent similarities (or symmetry)
between statements made by scientists ...
(Santa Barbara, Calif.) -- Scientists at UC Santa Barbara have made a major discovery in how the brain encodes memories. The finding, published in the December 24 issue of the journal Neuron, could eventually lead to the development of new drugs to