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Study finds brain state caused by experiences affects way you process future events

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How an'emotional hangover' shapes your memory: Effects of intense experiences linger in the brain and help you remember events that follow Emotional experiences can leave you in a'hangover' state that lingers long after the event has ended, according to a new study. And, an emotional hangover can even influence the way you process future experiences. Smartphone radiation WON'T kill your sperm: Expert claims... Tesla and Panasonic join forces to begin solar panel... Editing genes to eliminate cancer or Schizophrenia could... Trees resistant to killer fungus could be grown in Britain... Smartphone radiation WON'T kill your sperm: Expert claims... Tesla and Panasonic join forces to begin solar panel... Editing genes to eliminate cancer or Schizophrenia could... Trees resistant to killer fungus could be grown in Britain... While it's known that people tend to remember emotional experiences better than non-emotional ones, the researchers have now found that events that follow these emotional events are better remembered as well. Hero dog saves his injured'girlfriend' on deadly railway track Fox Valley Mall forced to close as huge brawl breaks out Chaos as people rush out of NJ mall after reports of gunshots Adorable puppy is constantly bumped on the head by playful kitten CAT ATTACK: Pet pounces on man as he opens Christmas present Just beautiful!


Why we break eye contact: Study finds searching for the next word while maintaining a gaze becomes too much for your brain to handle

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Researchers discovered a neurological reason to why we avoid eye contact The brain can't find the right words and focus on a person's face at the same time They compete for mental resources, so you shift your gaze to think of a word The brain can't find the right words and focus on a person's face at the same time Anew study reveals the action of averting your eyes isn't from emotion, but our brains are unable search for the right words and focus on another person's face at the same time. Is YOUR job at risk? White House report warns AI could soon... Tesla and Panasonic join forces to begin solar panel... Is Mars ready for its close-up? British scientists to send... Editing genes to eliminate cancer or Schizophrenia could... Is YOUR job at risk? White House report warns AI could soon... Tesla and Panasonic join forces to begin solar panel... Is Mars ready for its close-up? British scientists to send... Editing genes to eliminate cancer or Schizophrenia could... To find these results the team instructed 26 participants to view a person's face displayed on a screen while performing a verbal task, which required the subjects to come up with a verb that could be used with a given noun . For example, if they were given'knife' they could say'cut' Hero dog saves his injured'girlfriend' on deadly railway track Fox Valley Mall forced to close as huge brawl breaks out Chaos as people rush out of NJ mall after reports of gunshots Adorable puppy is constantly bumped on the head by playful kitten CAT ATTACK: Pet pounces on man as he opens Christmas present Just beautiful!


Tesla and Panasonic join forces to begin solar panel production in New York

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Japanese electronics company Panasonic and U.S. electric car maker Tesla said Tuesday they plan to begin production of solar cells at a factory in Buffalo, New York. Editing genes to eliminate cancer or Schizophrenia could... Trees resistant to killer fungus could be grown in Britain... Just how lethal were the traps in Home Alone? Expert reveals... How political views are'hardwired' in our brains: Study... Editing genes to eliminate cancer or Schizophrenia could... Trees resistant to killer fungus could be grown in Britain... Just how lethal were the traps in Home Alone? Expert reveals... How political views are'hardwired' in our brains: Study... The goal is to have solar roofs that look better than a normal roof, generate electricity, last longer, have better insulation, and actually have a total cost that is less than the price of a normal roof plus electricity,' Musk said.


Smartphone radiation WON'T kill sperm as radio waves do not produce enough energy

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Smartphone radiation WON'T kill your sperm: Expert claims radio waves do not produce enough energy to affect fertility Expert explains how x-rays and radio waves affect men's fertility differently X-rays can damage cells and tissues because their extremely short wavelengths But, x-ray doses must be extremely high to kill enough cells to produce sterility Radio waves have longer wavelengths and lower energies that do no damage Timothy Jorgensen says heat emitted from your phone is not from radio waves Phones get hot due to heat generated by chemical reactions within the battery Expert explains how x-rays and radio waves affect men's fertility differently An expert says some fail to recognize how x-rays and radio waves in mobile phones affect a man's fertility differently. Radio waves have really low energies, making it near impossible to damage cells and affect a man's sperm count Tesla and Panasonic join forces to begin solar panel... Editing genes to eliminate cancer or Schizophrenia could... Trees resistant to killer fungus could be grown in Britain... From droplets on a spider web to a spiral galaxy: Stunning... Tesla and Panasonic join forces to begin solar panel... Editing genes to eliminate cancer or Schizophrenia could... Trees resistant to killer fungus could be grown in Britain... From droplets on a spider web to a spiral galaxy: Stunning... X-rays are able to damage cells and tissues precisely because their wavelengths are extremely short. Radio waves, in contrast, carry little energy because their wavelengths are very long. Most of the very limited'scientific' reports of infertility caused by cellphones, often cited by anti-cellphone activists, come from outside the radiation biology community, and are published in lower-tier journals of questionable quality Timothy Jorgensen explains that minor craze in men's underwear fashions these days seems to be briefs that shield the genitals from cellphone radiation. Pictured is Duoo Hopeful that claims to protect men's testicles from 99% of the harmful rays This article was originally published on The Conversation.


British scientists plan to send rover to Mars with its own selfie stick

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Is Mars ready for its close-up? ExoMars rover will be sent on its mission in 2020; should be on surface by 2021 Camera on rover to contain mirror so it can beam images of itself back to Earth Selfie mirror is designed by team of scientists at Aberystwyth University Dr Matthew Gunn: 'For the first time, the selfie mirror will allow the rover to see itself on the Martian surface' Dr Matthew Gunn: 'For the first time, the selfie mirror will allow the rover to see itself on the Martian surface' British scientists have come up with a new strategy in their quest to find life on Mars - a robot armed with a selfie stick with a mirror on it. Is this proof of life on Mars? NASA rover discovers a large... David Bowie had it right! The igloos of Mars: Radical designs reveal the ice homes of... Earth's escaping atmosphere could WIPE OUT life and... Is this proof of life on Mars?