I have a friend who routinely just leaves things when he wants to. It could be midway through a movie and he’ll decide he’s had enough and wander out. You turn your back during a late-night stroll with six people and discover you’re down to five, his retreat back declares he’s tired now. He’s never impolite, and would never leave a birthday party or an anniversary. But if it’s low-stakes, and he’s had enough, he just goes. … [Read more...] about Explain away: ‘How can I decline engagements without seeming anti-social?’
Biogenesis explains how life began on earth
Co-author Professor Essi Viding said: 'It is unclear whether these brain differences are inherited and precede antisocial behaviour, or whether they are the result of a lifetime of confounding risk factors (eg, substance abuse, low IQ, and mental health problems) and are therefore a consequence of a persistently antisocial lifestyle.' … [Read more...] about Criminals have ‘smaller BRAINS’: Scientists claim the ‘handicap’ which can be spotted in early childhood may explain why life-long offenders lie, steal and are violent
After years of successful roles in theatre, Chahidi has landed major parts on the big screen including The Death of Stalin, Disney's Christopher Robin and in TV series Good Omens alongside Jon Hamm, David Tennant and Michael Sheen. … [Read more...] about This Country – who is in the cast and how are they related in real life?
In February 2018, a study found by the Space Science Institute in Boulder, Colorado water in the form of OH - a more reactive relative of H2O - all over the lunar surface. … [Read more...] about Moondust brought back to Earth by Neil Armstrong on Apollo 11 is being studied to see if it can be turned into WATER as well as fuel and bricks
The US space agency, Nasa, spends about $3 billion (£2.4 billion) a year on the space station program, a level of funding that is endorsed by the Trump administration and Congress. … [Read more...] about New satellite made from CORK could help smaller spacecraft re-enter Earth’s atmosphere intact by directing heat toward parts of the hull designed to burn up and flake away