Monday, November 27, 2006

Evidence That Subliminal Is Not So 'Sub'

In an article in the November 9, 2006, issue of the journal Neuron, published by Cell Press, Kimihiro Nakamura and colleagues report experiments with human volunteers demonstrating such "top-down" processing of subliminal information.

Learning How Nature Splits Water

High-resolution structure of photosynthetic catalyst holds promise for clean energy

Photo Courtesy: U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab)

Ultra-Intense Laser Blast Creates True 'Black Metal'

Guo's research team has tested the absorption capabilities for the black metal and confirmed that it can absorb virtually all the light that fall on it, making it pitch black.

Neuroscience and meditation!

Buddha drew a clear distinction between our body and our mind. Although the two are related, he said, they are not the same thing. The mind is not the brain, and the brain is not the mind.

Thursday, November 09, 2006

The quantum world is about to get bigger

The quantum world is about to get bigger thanks to a technique that will allow objects big enough to see with the naked eye to exist in two places at once.