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Building Solidity From Quantum Weirdness

  One of the biggest pastimes of quantum physicists is pondering the nature of reality. However, when you move from everyday objects like chairs and tables down to the quantum level—the realm of particles like atoms…

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Can Gut Bacteria Shape Our Emotions?

People have long talked about trusting your ‘gut instinct.’ Or described nervousness as having ‘butterflies in the stomach.’ Recent research is finding that there may actually be some truth to these old sayings. Over the past…

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We are Less in Control Than Once Believed

The human consciousness has much less control over thoughts and actions than most people believe, according to a new theory proposed by researchers. Instead of displaying active control, the consciousness acts like a passive conduit, similar…

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Experiment Shows Future Events Affect The Past

One of the main tenets of quantum physics is that particles, such as electrons and photons, can act like both a particle and a wave. In addition, a particle’s choice for which way it behaves depends…

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Newly-Discovered Vessels Show Immune System-Brain Connection

A recent discovery of previously unknown vessels connecting the brain and immune system could provide new insight into how neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s disease, autism and multiple sclerosis develop. “We believe that for every neurological disease…

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The Brain-Heart Connection: Emotions, Feelings and Health

The heart is essential to our life, pumping oxygenated blood throughout our body. But it’s also the place where we experience many of our feelings — from a quickening beat when we see our loved one…

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Hannes Hummel

Wormholes, Entangled Particles and the Fabric of Space-Time

One of the goals of modern physics is to unite all the various theories of how the universe works. The latest attempt seeks to tie together entanglement — Einstein’s “spooky particles at a distance” — and…

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Doris Reindl

The Complicated Faces of Anxiety

Anxiety has never been something that anyone openly wishes for. But recent research shows that anxious people may have other traits that could make their anxiety a little more bearable. A small study in 2011 found…

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