Which scientists say is mankind’s earliest ancestor.
And trigger flights of productivity?
It’s all about ‘unitisation’. And maybe some singing.
Now men want in.
Meet Pepe, Jojo, Marta and Bruno. The robots of course.
It just gets better and better.
Or do the intensely religious have a stronger sense of morality?
The next big thing?
Do some people have more of a compulsion to travel than others?
Loneliness can be deadlier than obesity.
Your brain. It’s not set in stone.
This is not a conscious decision; our primitive brain takes over and immobilises us.
And does how “expensive” we perceive a certain medicine influence how we react to it?
A condition called synesthesia that affects 4% of people!
The human body will just never cease to amaze.
As the world remembers him on the 50th anniversary of his death.
And nearly chokes to death. Coincidence?
Floating on makeshift rafts.
America has 4.4% of the world’s population, but almost half of the civilian-owned guns around the world.
The Japanese concept that offers a new perspective on finding happiness, roughly meaning ‘a reason to live’, or ‘the happiness of being always busy’.
The worth of the annual trainer resale market globally. All thanks to Yeezys.
Thank you iron and manganese. And optics.
The rising star of North Korea’s regime.
What a way to deliver the news!