Curiosity is a double-edged sword. It can lead us to amazing intellectual achievement — Albert Einstein said his only “special talent” was being “passionately curious” — but it can also kill proverbial cats (R.I.P.). So … how exactly does this complex force work? In a new study, researchers from the UK and Japan found that curiosity works a lot like hunger. It’s basically the hunger for knowledge — and like hunger, it’s hard to ignore. Curiosity can make us risk physical pain, even when we’re curious about something pretty trivial.
Andrew G. Vajna, the Hungarian movie producer behind “Rambo”, “Evita” and other international hits, died in his Budapest home on Sunday following a long illness, the Hungarian National Film Fund said.Read More Advertisements
John Travolta’s mob movie flop “Gotti” and President Donald Trump were nominated on Monday for the Razzie Awards for the worst films of 2018 after a year that organizers called full of disasters – both on and off screen.Read More Advertisements
How to get a six pack in 16 weeks: Dietitian reveals the secrets to her sculpted physique – and the shocking lengths you have to go to for ripped abs
A clinical dietitian has revealed just how much work it really takes to get a six pack – and why she has decided to settle for her physique after 12 weeks of work rather than 16. Leanne Ward, 29, from Brisbane, shared a comparison photo of her body after four weeks of work, eight, 12 […]