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People who check their emails outside of work have higher levels of the stress hormone cortisol than those who keep work and leisure separate, University of Hamburg researchers discovered.
If it were to erupt, the supervolcano could release a 10 ft (3-meter) layer of molten ash 1,000 miles (1,609km) from Yellowstone National Park, experts have warned.
The archetypal worker in an advanced economy used to be a man on a production line or a salaryman in a city office — a secure, yet repressed, cog in a machine. “A crowd flowed over London Bridge, so many/I had not thought death had undone so many,”
A good prediction about how I would feel if I suddenly gained access to the technologies of Star Trek translates into a bad prediction about how they will affect society as a whole. Overlooking hedonic normalization leads us to exaggerate the joyfulness of the future and to overstate the joylessness of the past.
German artist Rene Turrek has released a video of a Lamborghini Gallardo supercar magically changing colour to reveal his hidden design using heat-sensitive paint.
Kate-Lynn Edwards, 27, from Hammond, Indiana, penned a heartfelt Facebook post explaining why she wants to meet the girl she saw being bullied while riding one of the fair’s attractions.
Tiny house designer Greg Parham, from Colorado, built the home for a family of four in Indiana and was inspired by The Pequod, the fictitious whaling ship from Herman Melville’s novel Moby Dick.
Terrafugia has been working on flying-car projects for a decade and has revealed a design that takes off vertically — eliminating the need for airports.