Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Haven't You Read This Before?

When a brain tumor left Pat Long with persistent déjà vu, he began to question the very nature of reality.
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MIND OVER MATTER
HAVEN'T YOU READ THIS BEFORE?
My Déjà Vu Is So Extreme I Can't Tell What's Real Any More
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When a brain tumor left Pat Long with persistent déjà vu, he began to question the very nature of reality.
CRACKING THE CODER
Why Do So Few People Major In Computer Science?
danwang.co
In 2005, about 54,000 people in the US earned bachelor's degrees in computer science. That figure was lower every year afterwards until 2014, when 55,000 people majored in CS. Why has that number remained so low, despite high wages and prominence of Silicon Valley?
CAN YOU BE HUNGRY LIKE THE WOLF?
How Do Animals Experience Hunger?
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Hunger drives humans, but do other animals feel the same?
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EVOLUTIONARY DETOURS
OINKOS
Did We Come From Pigs?
theoutline.com
Why one scientist believes Darwin had it all wrong.
FACING THE TRUTH
Scientists Have Discovered A Mutation Behind Pugs' Weird Little Flat Faces
theverge.com
Centuries of breeding have shortened their heads from front to back, and widened the roof of their mouths.
SECRETS OF THE SOIL
Dirt Has A Microbiome, And It May Double As An Antidepressant
qz.com
No one would blame you for not wanting your body to be infested with creatures from your garden. But maybe you should rethink your position.
VIDEO OF THE DAY
THE CENTER HOLDS
Watch A Server Room's Seismic Isolation Floor Protect It During The 2011 Japan Earthquake
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In earthquake-prone areas, it's a good idea to design buildings — particularly those with valuable equipment — to withstand quakes. Surveillance video of a server room in Japan during the 2011 earthquake shows how the room's special floor kept the servers basically stationary.
IN THE NEWS
Trump Administration Plans To Minimize Civil Rights Efforts In Federal Agencies
Dubke Resigns As White House Communications Director
Manuel Noriega, Dictator Ousted By US In Panama, Dies At 83
Popular Baghdad Ice Cream Shop Hit By Car Bomb Attack
Protest And Turmoil Rock Last Day Of Texas Legislative Session
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