By Bill Murphy Jr.Executive editor of operations, Some Spider, and founder, ProGhostwriters.co@BillMurphyJr Executive editor of operations, Some Spider, and founder, ProGhostwriters.co@BillMurphyJr Yes, the I.Q. test is controversial, but it's one of the few consistent metrics we have. Here's how the states compare. People are getting dumber, according to science. There are a lot of theories … Continue reading We Compared the Average I.Q. Scores in All 50 States, and the Results are Eye-Opening
Because none of us have many years to live, and we can't take along anything when we go, so we don't have to be too thrifty. Spend the money that should be spent, enjoy what should be enjoyed, donate what you are able to donate DON'T WORRY about what will happen after we are gone, … Continue reading ADVICE TO 50-YEARS OLD & OLDER
If being far from home ever gets you down, just be glad you aren't also melting. NASA scientists reported that, after drifting for nearly 20 years, the largest iceberg ever to break away from Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf is about to disappear forever. Now floating northwest of the South Georgia islands near the tail of … Continue reading Antarctica’s Largest Iceberg Is About to Die …Near the Equator
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It has been revealed that the way in which you charge your smartphone has a significant impact on its battery life. It's one of the most frustrating things about everyday life. When you need your portable device for as many things as the modern person does, it can be deflating to find its juice running … Continue reading Charge Your Phone Battery Right
The human brain is often described as a powerful computer, a metaphor that leads many experts to fear AI could one day become sentient. But what if developers seeking to create machines that think are barking up the wrong tree? Our minds, according to some, are actually quantum computers. And, if that’s true, today’s deep … Continue reading Reverse engineering consciousness: Is the brain a quantum computer?