Human nature
Human nature refers to the distinguishing characteristics—including ways of thinking, feeling and acting—which humans tend to have naturally, independently of the influence of culture. The questions o...
Eli Manning Looked Miserable When His Brother Locked Up A Second Super Bowl
Eli Manning is not going to have those two Super Bowl rings to hold over his brother’s head anymore, and he is apparently bummed about it. When the Broncos scored a touchdown in the fourth quarter to ...
Incredible Images Capture Lives Of People Who Chose To Live Off The Grid
If you’re reading this, you’re probably living on the grid; like me you buy packaged food someone else grew most of the time, you pay rent or a mortgage, you have a car payment or a loan payment or so...
6 Wars Fought For Ridiculous Reasons
Most wars are fought over serious issues like territory, resources or political freedom, but others arise from bizarre and even comical circumstances. Over the years, armies have mobilized and blood h...
Why Twitter’s Dying (And What You Can Learn From It)
It’s early fall, and I’m at my favorite cafe in London. What the? Twitter’s a cemetery. Populated by ghosts. I call them the “ists”. Journalists retweeting journalists…activists retweeting activists…e...
Why Smart People Make Bad Entrepreneurs
Are you too smart for your own good? Sometimes the slackers reign supreme.One of the most counterintuitive traits that can hurt entrepreneurs is smarts. Yes, the more successful you are and the more t...
What’s Life Like Inside America’s Most Famous Dorm Room? Cramped, Mostly
In the dozen or so years since a socially awkward undergrad named Mark Zuckerberg launched the social networking behemoth known as Facebook inside Room H33 of Harvard’s Kirkland House, the suite has r...
Holograms Of Disabled People Stopped Russian Motorists From Parking On Their Spots - Video
The idea may not be new, but we think it never gets old. Using innovative means to make a point, that is. And this Russian non-profit organization thought of a clever way to raise awareness over how i...
Scientists In Antarctica Drink A Lot. Maybe Too Much
WORKING IN ANTARCTICA can be one of the most exhilarating jobs on Earth. Or one of the most depressing. Owing to distance and the difficulty of getting onto and off of the continent, most people who g...
Selfies Have killed More People Than Sharks In 2015
People have fallen down the steps of the Taj Mahal, fallen off bridges and been electrocuted in an effort to take the perfect selfie. In fact, there have been more selfie-related deaths this year than...
UN: Donor Fatigue Hits Nepal One Month After Mega Earthquake
The international community's response to devastating earthquakes in Nepal has been disappointing, a United Nations official said on Monday, adding that donors were focusing more on reconstruction tha...