Science Solitaire is a weekly passionate hunt to understand this expanding, accelerating universe of beings and things by looking at what science has come upon, so far. Written by science writer and author Maria Isabel Garcia.
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Understanding 'evil'

Psychopaths blatantly disregard other people's welfare and are single-minded as to what they want for just themselves. Why do they do this?

Psychopaths blatantly disregard other people's welfare and are single-minded as to what ...

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Understanding 'evil'

It makes so much sense to go back to the most basic organized unit of life – the cell ...

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Sick body parts? Just grow new ones

Music is a powerful emotional glue. When played, it becomes entwined with your memories ...

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Music makes 'mornings' break in your brain

Being with like-minded people is not always good for your growth

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The problem with 'we' is 'they'

There seems to be something about rising temperatures that contributes to the ascent of ...

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Global warming is making us lose our cool

How does 'liking' shape our brains?

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The drug called ‘like’

Have a conversation with children and help build their world of words

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The worth of 30 million words

What do love and hate really look like as they come alive in our brains? Do they occur in ...

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The hating brain

Do we have time, or does it have us?

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Only the timekeepers care

Studies have shown that when we train ourselves in compassion, we are able to process our ...

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If love is infinite, why is the world sucky?