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There’s no doubt that some people are smarter than others. Einstein was living proof, as is Stephen Hawking. Of course, there are different kinds of intelligence too. Just because Mozart didn’t discover a fundamental relationship between mass and energy doesn’t mean that his proficiency … Continue reading
Your IQ largely depends on how high you want it to be. Previous studies – most notably from the University of Pennsylvania – have proven that IQ tests measure the desire of a person to score well just as much … Continue reading
There are plenty of sayings out there that insinuate that people can’t change. There’s the,“You can’t teach an old dog new tricks” one for starters. But I don’t believe it. How many stories have you heard about near-death experiences where … Continue reading
New Class of Colloids One of the main drivers in new technology is material science. People out there have a ton of great ideas, but are unable to realize them because the combination of properties in a single material don’t … Continue reading
For as long as people have been around, they’ve been trying to find the Fountain of Youth. From the days of Ponce de Leon to today modern plastic surgeons and health gurus, people will try just about anything and go … Continue reading
Chances are pretty good that you’ve heard of dyslexia before. If you’re like me, you associate the word with people mixing up letters, reading an a before an e when it’s really the other way around. But in fact, developmental … Continue reading