When I first came across this concept, in the Bhagavad Gita, about 20 years ago, I was immediately fascinated by it. Not being subjected to birth, old age, disease and death got my attention. It’s safe to say that no one is looking forward to these aspects of life.
by Deepak Chopra, M.D.: Once a self-help term becomes shopworn, it needs to be refreshed. I think this is true of terms like faith, compassion, unconditional love and gratitude.
by Aaron Saenz: What do you do after pushing the world for 25 years to invest in nanotechnology? Try to live forever, of course.
by Peter Murray: It probably is no surprise to most that much of online traffic isn’t human. Hacker software, spam, or innocuous data collection from search engines all get their slice of the bandwidth pie.
For more than 500 years, the Maya kings ruled the New World’s richest and most advanced civilization. But then, around 800 C.E., the Maya empire began to collapse and its kings soon disappeared;
by Leo Babauta: There is no such thing as stress-free parenting.
American families could cut global warming pollution from buildings by 30 percent and save about $450 every year on their energy bills by 2030 if we invest in energy efficiency today,
In a move that makes so much sense one wonders why it didn’t happen sooner, Amazon has acquired Kiva Systems, makers of the warehouse robot.
Despite the fact that we are all generally aware of heart-healthy behaviors — things like not smoking, eating well and exercising — just a little more than 1 percent of the U.S. population abides by the seven key behaviors linked with a longer life, according to a new study.
by Richard Garriott: My first blog about NASA turning to commercial providers for launch vehicles seems to have opened an interesting debate. Why do we spend any money on human exploration of space?