At Stanford University in the late Sixties and early Seventies, marshmallows were used in behavioral experiments with children.
The unnamed man had only one intention: make the world a bit kinder and understanding one hug at a time.
A crowdfunding campaign for a brain imaging study closed Monday after raising almost $80,000 toward a unique goal: the first functional magnetic resonance images of the brain on LSD.
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The proposed University of Arizona scientific study about using marijuana to treat veterans with post traumatic stress disorder has the green light from the U.S. Food & Drug Administration.
You will be shocked at what some Americans actually believe.
The case of the voluntary out-of-body experience.
She's not even in kindergarten yet, but a 3-year-old Arizona girl has been accepted into an exclusive global society known for its brain power.
The Quadshot is a flying wing that is designed to be flown as a quadcopter or as an airplane (flying wing) and it can transition between either flying style in mid-flight!
So are you onboard the Glock 42 train yet?
Just in time for the 2014 World Cup, the Brazilian city of São Paulo is getting a monorail.
Two-sentence statement says high-speed experimental vehicle not targeting any country
Now this is what I call thinking outside the box.
Sherwyn Sarabi scored an IQ of 160, just like Albert Einstein, Bill Gates, and Stephen Hawking. The British boy is already studying at the level of a 9-year-old and has read over 190 books.
It is always a challenge attempting to describe how sick and power mad are some of the elite who have taken up positions within the military-industrial-scientific complex.
A few months ago we published a list of the 16 smartest people in the world.
The Obama Administration wants to X-RAY you and your car at U.S. land borders with massive numbers of people exposed to medically unnecessary and damaging X-radiation to promote the national security state; it also effects DHS employee occupatio