How Future Technologies Will Effect Our Everyday Lives [Video]

Future Technology Life

Technology is evolving at an exponential pace and in 5-10 years technology will be almost intrinsically engrained in our lives. This video gives us a view at a day in the life of a human, 5-10 years in the future. ...

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Have You Ever Seen a Cannonball Float? [Video]

Floating Cannonball

Although the video was originally uploaded in 2006, it is still interesting to see a cannonball float. ...

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How Long Until Cars Drive Themselves? Ask Google.

Google Autonomous Car

Google has been hard at work in researching and lobbying for an autonomous car highway in Nevada. ...

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Personal Jetpacks in the Near Future? [Video]

The jetpack is traditionally something of science fiction however, the video below will show you that we're not actually that far off from being able to fly in to work everyday. ...

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Can Sitting Down Pose Serious Health Risks? [Infographic]

This infographic shows us how dangerous an excessive amount of sitting down can be to our health. ...

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The Power of Mental Association

Green Idea Mind

This article explores some examples of mental associations we can make and how we can use mental associations to improve the quality of our everyday lives. ...

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Can Science and Freewill Coexist?

I would like to bring this discussion to the table because I feel very strongly about both sides of this argument yet I have come to the realization that one cannot exist without the other- or can it? This article will explore both the philosophy of freewill and the concept of science in terms of ...

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The Subconscious Brain Effect

One topic that I find myself researching and experimenting with more and more often is that of the subconscious mind and how it plays a large role in our everyday interactions. Most people, on a day-to-day basis, are concerned that they may say something that may offend another person, that they may stutter in front of an ...

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