A Lot of Published Psychology Results are Bullshit

Science is a messy, error fraught business, which is why reproducibility is so essential. Unfortunately, that doesn’t appear to be one of psychology’s strong suits, according to a massive analysis published yesterday in Science.Read more...

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A Lot of Published Psychology Results are Bullshit

Science is a messy, error fraught business, which is why reproducibility is so essential. Unfortunately, that doesn’t appear to be one of psychology’s strong suits, according to a massive analysis published yesterday in Science.Read more...

What Are Artificial Sweeteners Really Doing to Our Bodies?

They're what stimulate your sweet tooth without adding girth to your waistline; they give diet colas and sugar-free snacks a saccharine kick without the consequences. At least that's the idea. But these sweeteners have been the subject of hoaxes and misinformation for years,

The Best Ways to Get to Work, According to Science

Commuting affects your mental health, your physical health, and even the way you think about other people. And these changes are more profound than you might think.Read more...

The Dangers (and Benefits) of Designing Mutant Super Viruses

Take an already deadly flu virus like H1N1—killer of an estimated 284,000 people—and imagine how to make it worse. How about a virus impossible for your immune system to detect?

I Fooled Millions Into Thinking Chocolate Helps Weight Loss. Here's How.

“Slim by Chocolate!” the headlines blared. A team of German researchers had found that people on a low-carb diet lost weight 10 percent faster if they ate a chocolate bar every day. It made the front page of Bild, Europe’s largest daily newspaper,

Quantum Computers Are Still No Faster Than Your Average PC

The D-Wave 2 is a much-hyped quantum computer, but, as scientists now report, it's not actually any faster than a regular old PC. Wait, didn't we say it was 3,600 times faster just a few months ago? Yes, and both are right.

We're Dumping So Much More Plastic Into the Ocean Than We Thought

Garbage in the ocean is a big problem, but we never really knew how big. A study published today in Science drops a rough but still astounding estimate: 8 million metric tons per year, 20 to 2000 times what we originally thought. Read more...

The bugs on a single NYC median can eat 14 pounds of food per year 

Bugs and rats have lived for centuries in a deadlocked battle for the title of Worst Pest in NYC, but the scientists behind a new study may have just dealt bug fans a decisive victory by proving how urban insects are our friends—or, more specifically, our garbage .Read more...

Anti-Science Trolls are Starting "Edit Wars" on Wikipedia

It’s no surprise that people tamper with Wikipedia entries on a regular basis, but it turns out that especially dedicated trolls have been sabotaging entries on politically controversial science topics like evolution and global warming.Read more...

This Unusually Short-Lived Fish Could Hold the Secrets to Getting Old

The turquoise killifish is largely unremarkable except for how fast it ages. In just three months, it goes from a spry, young fish (left) to a decrepit, old one (right). For scientists who study aging, the turquoise killifish could be the key to their future experiments. Read more...

Alien's Ripley Is My Favorite Action Hero Ever

Not heroine. Hero, period. While it’s rad that Ellen Ripley happens to be a woman, that doesn’t at all impact her level of badassery—though it does inform her character in ways that make her much more interesting than virtually any other cinematic hero. She’s complicated, she feels real,

Time to Flex Those Savings Muscles: Bowflex's Popular Dumbbells Are Back Under $200

The price of these popular Bowflex adjustable dumbbells has been yo-yoing for weeks, but generally speaking, any time they’ve dipped below $200, they’ve sold out fairly quickly. So if you missed out on the last few opportunities, Amazon’s spotting you another chance today.Read more...

Instagram Won't Stop Showing Me the Mother's Day Photos I Don't Want to See

After four and a half years of not speaking to my mom I’ve learned to stay away from social media on Mother’s Day.Read more...

'World’s Hottest Pepper' Will Have You Breathing Fire, But It Won’t Kill You

Not all hot peppers are created equal, and few are as unequal as the Dragon’s Breath chili—a new breed that may soon find itself atop the “world’s hottest” throne. Forged by Wales horticulturalist Mike Smith, the red-orange,

Inside The Russian Bomber That’s Been Flying America’s Coastline

The Russian Tu-95/-142 Bear has been showing up in a lot of places it maybe shouldn’t be over the past month, as the Russian Air Force and Navy continues to probe the air defenses of several nations.

Federal Agents Are Now Using ‘Stingrays’ to Track and Capture Undocumented Immigrants

Controversial cellphone tracking technology is being deployed as a tool in President Donald Trump’s expanding effort to arrest and deport illegal US residents.Read more...

The Venom Movie Has Chosen Its Star/Symbiote Host: Tom Hardy

Variety is reporting that Tom Hardy, who played Bane in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises, will next play another iconic comic book villain, Venom. The frequent Spider-Man villain is getting his own film next year, which will be directed by Ruben Fleischer, who made Zombieland.Read more...

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ Review: Buy It For Bragging Rights

Some people prefer practical tools. Others would gladly buy gadgets dipped in gold. In a nutshell, that’s the choice between the new Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+. They’re two sides of the same coin. They’re both cutting-edge phones.

The Pentagon, Apple, and NASA Are Working Together To Build Electronics That Bend

How far does $171 million go in Silicon Valley? A group of more than 160 companies, schools, and government agencies are going to find out—thanks to a grant from the Department of Defense that will fund a San Jose institute devoted to developing flexible tech. Read more...

Huawei's Gold Android Wear Smartwatch Supports iOS--And Costs $800

We know that next week at IFA we’ll get at least one new smartwatch in the Samsung Galaxy Gear S2 , but if this Amazon pre-order page is legit (why wouldn’t be) Huawei is about to drop brashest Android Wear concept we’ve seen yet.Read more...

中兴九城盒子参数曝光 主打游戏娱乐功能

关于中兴九城要一起推盒子的事情已经大白于天下,具体了解到的情况如下。产品取名FunBox,与几款主流盒子产品的参数对比如下。中兴九城这款盒子最大的不同是采用了Nvidia的Tegra4处理器,所以游戏会是一个主打的点。

传缩水HTC M8 mini将于下个月上市台湾

上个月就已经有 HTC One M8 即将推出的消息,这一消息并非“不可能”的传闻,相反,Mini M8 距离面世已经越来越近,最快会在下个月上市,当然,首选的上市地点是台湾。  

Microsoft Suspending "Patch Tuesday" Emails

New submitter outofluck70 (1734164) writes Got an email today from Microsoft, text is below. [Note: text here edited for formatting and brevity; see the full text at seclists.org.] They are no longer going to send out emails regarding patches,

苍蝇斩首蚂蚁食其头颅

洛杉矶自然历史博物馆的研究人员在《Biodiversity》期刊上发表研究报告(视频一,二),报告了一种有非同寻常摄食行为的蝇。一种被称为D.longirostrata的菇蝇表现出了与众不同的斩首行为,而菇蝇属物种通常会表现出食腐性。

NASA's Awesomely Elaborate Plan to Deal with Splattered Bug Guts

Bug guts on your windshield are an inevitable part of life and a reminder of your own fleeting mortality. But they’re also a major drag on the aerodynamics of a car or plane—reducing the fuel efficiency of airplanes as much as a whopping six percent, according to NASA. Read more...

苹果宣布纽约皇后区首家Apple Store本周六开业

苹果在网站上宣布,将在纽约市皇后区开设售价 Apple Store 零售店,并将与本周六7月11日开业。今年2月,有消息称苹果会在纽约皇后区开设 Apple Store,而今年5月我们已经可以看到皇后区 Apple Store 正在修建之中。

Facebook首席安全官建议对Flash设定死亡日期

刚刚被任命为Facebook首席安全官的Alex Stamos建议Adobe公司对Flash播放器设定一个死亡日期。过去几天,Flash接连爆出了多个0day漏洞,用户下载了一个补丁修了一个漏洞接着又被告知需要下载另一个补丁修复另一个漏洞。

软硬兼施 Galaxy Note 5的8个升级

三星今年用曲面屏可吸引了不少注意力,上半年有Galaxy S6 Edge惊艳全场,下半年有Galaxy S6 Edge+再接再厉,不过也千万别忘了Galaxy Note系列的最新成员Galaxy Note 5。强大的硬件配置再加上经过改良的触控笔,让Gal ... ...

Back to the Future II expertly edited to show the real 2015

We all know this by now: the 2015 in Back to the Future II didn’t happen in real life. We failed. But! We can totally make things right by changing the past, as in re-editing Back to the Future II to include things that actually happened in the year 2015. It actually works out quite well,

Autism and vaccines: why telling every side of a scientific story is rarely fair

Scientists and science communicators alike breathed a collective sigh of relief on March 26 when organizers of the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival announced they would pull a controversial documentary, decried for its wholly unscientific claims,

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