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The human brain reacts completely differently to a threat that invades your personal space compared to those that are further away, according to a new study that combined MRI scans with VR technology. Distant threats engage circuits in the brain linked to problem-solving, while closer dangers trigger parts the brain that deal with defensive, less reasoned animal instincts, and are more likely to
With tectonic plates bumping and grinding against each other, Earth is a pretty active planet. But when did this activity begin? A new study from Yale University claims to have found evidence that plate tectonics started about a billion years earlier than is currently thought, which places it very soon after the planet’s formation.Continue ReadingCategory: ScienceTags: Geology, Earth, Continental
The latest edition of our Dezeen Weekly newsletter includes the Body Type typeface which Filipino graphic designer Julius Raymund Advincula created during his spare time in coronavirus lockdown. Read more
Five slim white volumes linked by glass corridors, open patios and a pool form this retreat on the Spanish island of Ibiza, designed by architecture studio Marià Castelló. Read more
After a decades-long search, astronomers have finally found the very first molecule to ever form in the universe. The helium hydride ion (HeH+) has long been a key theoretical part of how the chemistry of the cosmos kicked off, but its apparent absence in space had scientists worried they'd gotten it wrong. Now the first unambiguous evidence of the molecule in a planetary nebula has been f
As the largest planet in the solar system by a pretty wide margin, Jupiter has a lot of sway, but its history is still a bit of a mystery. Now astronomers have put forward a new theory, suggesting that the gas giant formed much farther away from the Sun and then migrated into its current position... Continue Reading Jupiter may have formed much farther from the Sun than we thought Categor
As the largest planet in the solar system by a pretty wide margin, Jupiter has a lot of sway, but its history is still a bit of a mystery. Now astronomers have put forward a new theory, suggesting that the gas giant formed much further away from the Sun and then migrated into its current position... Continue Reading Jupiter may have formed much further from the Sun than we thought Categor


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