Meet Boyan Slats, the young man with the goal of cleaning up the world's oceans.
Hope is vital for our overall well being, as it gives us the will and resolve to move forward through adversity. For most of us, the default mode of the brain is to think about the future.
We obviously can’t stop growing our food. Even though there are shifts occurring in the agricultural industry, we need to be a little more creative and, quite frankly, aggressive if we aim to save our bee populations and in turn, ourselves. So, how can we help?
What is an equinox? Is it the same as a solstice? Is it cause for celebration? What is happening?
Regardless of the medium, we’ve probably all seen a piece of art in our lifetimes that we were drawn to, sometimes inexplicably. Why is that? What is going on in our brains when we gaze at a masterpiece?
Why is it called a potluck dinner? Is there a lucky pot I was never told about and am totally missing out on? Am I supposed to bury a prize in my next lasagna dish? What is the deal?
The orca is one of only two species of mammals, besides humans, known to go through menopause. Biologists have long wondered what drove orcas to evolve this way. The reason has remained a mystery, but new research suggests an answer.
A group of forward thinkers in the Philippines have created an alternative product that saves the trees and ditches the plastic. Their answer? Pineapple leaves.
Everyone from school teachers to police officers is pretty quick to put the blame of societal behavior on the full moon. But does the old saying hold any weight?
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