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Chris Lemons was at the bottom of the sea when his lifeline back to the ship snapped, leaving him without air for 30 minutes. spoke to him.
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At the turn of the millennium, doctors from Israel’s Kfer Shaul Mental Health Centre reported seeing around 100 tourists a year with Jerusalem syndrome.
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BBC Future Apr 23
Electrical stimulation to the spine has allowed previously housebound patients with chronic Parkinson’s disease to walk more freely.
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BBC Future Apr 23
Vera Ignatievna Gedroits was a descendant of Lithuanian royalty, a gifted surgeon, an odd-ball and a polymath, writes
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BBC Future Apr 22
“Robots do not necessarily replace people’s jobs, but they can augment the way they work”.
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BBC Future Apr 21
With a little practice, anyone can improve their prediction abilities on all kinds of issues, explains
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BBC Future Apr 20
California is the world’s fifth largest economy, contributing more tax revenue to the US federal government than any other state. What would happen if the US lost it?
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BBC Future Apr 20
Jason Padgett developed mathematical synaesthesia after sustaining a brain injury. spoke to him.
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BBC Future Apr 19
All societies seem to have religions of some sort.
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BBC Future Apr 19
Super-forecasters can predict the likelihood of future events with astonishing accuracy, often with no particular prior expertise.
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BBC Future Apr 18
From cutting-edge climate change reporting to how men and women experience the healthcare system differently, we strive to make you smarter every day. Please vote for us to win a
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BBC Future Apr 18
Trapped in the ice are tiny bubbles of gas, particles of dust, pollen and even tiny organisms which can provide a vital window onto events that happened before human records began, writes
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BBC Future Apr 18
It seems to make sense: milk contains calcium. Calcium is known to improve bone mineral density. But does the science add up?
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BBC Future Apr 17
Only 24 hours to vote for BBC Future to win the Best Writing (Editorial) !
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BBC Future Apr 17
While they might be helpful in theory, algorithms trained to recognise patterns or behaviour with historic data sets can reflect the biases that exist in that information.
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BBC Future Apr 17
Human activity has made this era of Earth’s history among the most perilous ever.
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BBC Future Apr 17
If you’ve enjoyed reading our stories over the last year, including cutting edge climate change journalism, then please vote for us to win a .
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BBC Future Apr 16
We know pollution affects our general health – but could it affect our intelligence, or even our morality? considers the evidence.
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BBC Future Apr 16
California is the world’s fifth largest economy, contributing more tax revenue to the US federal government than any other state.
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BBC Future Apr 15
Only four more days to vote for us to win a ! We’re nominated for Best Writing (Editorial) 👇
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