Discover Magazine: The latest in science and technology news, blogs and articles - December

Discover Magazine: The latest in science and technology news, blogs and articles - December

We're all Anglo-Saxons Now    (hummed to the tune "Mama Weer All Crazee Now" by Slade

We're all Anglo-Saxons Now (hummed to the tune "Mama Weer All Crazee Now" by Slade

DISCOVER Magazine's 16th Edition (April 2017). Cover. The magazine promotes Brazil, Canada & Portugal. Check it out at www.discoverbrazil.ca. Special Edition: Canada 150th Anniversary.

DISCOVER Magazine's 16th Edition (April 2017). Cover. The magazine promotes Brazil, Canada & Portugal. Check it out at www.discoverbrazil.ca. Special Edition: Canada 150th Anniversary.

Grandmother's experiences leave a mark on your brain  Discover Magazine: The magazine of science, technology, and the future

Grandmother's experiences leave a mark on your brain Discover Magazine: The magazine of science, technology, and the future

According to Discover Magazine, the striking blue color, “comes from scattering of sunlight, the same phenomenon that produces a blue sky here on Earth.” In other words, this is not false color or an artist rendition—if you could somehow survive the 77,000 mph flyby, this is what you would have seen.

The First True Color Images of Saturn's North Pole are Stunning

According to Discover Magazine, the striking blue color, “comes from scattering of sunlight, the same phenomenon that produces a blue sky here on Earth.” In other words, this is not false color or an artist rendition—if you could somehow survive the 77,000 mph flyby, this is what you would have seen.

Risk factors for chronic illness begin very early in life with prenatal stress and other difficult experiences mothers have during pregnancy and birth. These events happen outside of our control. And their effects can be healed even later in life by working with trauma - subtle and overt.   Moshe Szyf in a 2013 article in Discover Magazine on his and Michael Meaney's finding that epigenetic effects that generally last a lifetime - can also be reversed. "It was like rebooting a computer!

1.3 Chronic Illness and The Bonding Effect: Nature, Nurture and Perceptions of Threat

Risk factors for chronic illness begin very early in life with prenatal stress and other difficult experiences mothers have during pregnancy and birth. These events happen outside of our control. And their effects can be healed even later in life by working with trauma - subtle and overt. Moshe Szyf in a 2013 article in Discover Magazine on his and Michael Meaney's finding that epigenetic effects that generally last a lifetime - can also be reversed. "It was like rebooting a computer!

Discover Magazine: David Brin Predicts the Future: Back in 1999, I forecast that people would shrug off future shock when the big millennium rolled around. Now I suspect there really was a 21st-century trauma. Romantic nostalgia is rampant. You find very little interest in the modernist agenda of confident problem solving.  I also expected a few technologies that never came....

Discover Magazine: David Brin Predicts the Future: Back in 1999, I forecast that people would shrug off future shock when the big millennium rolled around. Now I suspect there really was a 21st-century trauma. Romantic nostalgia is rampant. You find very little interest in the modernist agenda of confident problem solving. I also expected a few technologies that never came....

Ten Animals That Live in Only One Place in the World | DiscoverMagazine.com

Ten Animals That Live in Only One Place in the World | DiscoverMagazine.com

Mosaic illustration of a human skull for May 2011 cover of Discover magazine.  Skull evolution (for Discover magazine)

Mosaic illustration of a human skull for May 2011 cover of Discover magazine. Skull evolution (for Discover magazine)

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