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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Should news always be negative?

In terms of the fundamental wiring of human brains, science knows why we pay more attention to negative news

In terms of the fundamental wiring of human brains, science knows why we pay more ...

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Should news always be negative?

Trending has become more important than living

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The offline rebellion

We thrive as humans because we are diverse. None of us is normal.

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The failed search for the normal brain

Nothing human is ever simple. Complexity is the weight of our worth.

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Science says that when it comes to sex, it's really complicated

We have to acknowledge that we are not machines – that we break, and when we do, they ...

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Heartbroken? Science says you should take a sick leave

If we knew more about more kinds of foods and their impact, then we could make better ...

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Food is no free lunch

Time will always move regardless of what we do. But this tyranny of the present is ...

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The trouble with YOLO

Emotions do not stay still. They move in multilateral paths and, at times, they even run.

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How can you read her emotions without looking at her face?

Heavy multitasking really disrupts attention, and attention is essential to sustain a ...

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Google could be your twin moron if you do not make it your slave

I feel that we should first seriously think about the possible costs of another wave of ...

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