280World Science: Your brain sees things you don't
- Nov 19, 2013
* Study: Your brain sees things you don't:
The brain may process and understand visual input
that we never consciously perceive.
* Musical training found to change brain anatomy,
Thorough musical training affects the brain more
profoundly than previously thought, according to new
* "Freakish" asteroid resembles spinning sprinkler:
Astronomers have found a "weird and freakish object"
resembling a spinning lawn sprinkler in the asteroid belt.
* Torture permanently damages normal pain
perception, study finds:
A study looked at soldiers who had suffered severe
beatings, burns, electric shocks, starvation, and
worse, 40 years later.
* 1 in 5 Sun-like stars may host habitable worlds:
A sun-like star with an Earth-size planet in its
"habitable zone" is probably close enough to be seen
by the naked eye, a study finds.
* Homing pigeons go by smell, study suggests:
* "Evolvability" may itself evolve:
* Just getting hungry may change your politics:
* Russian meteor studied in detail:
* "Earliest galaxy" offers surprises:
* Galaxy growth examined like tree rings:
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