Switching off nightmaresIt's possible to achieve lucid dreaming, but there haven't been enough trials to establish lucid dreaming therapy as an accepted medical practice. That said, research published in the past decade has kept alive the possibility that such therapy might help people who suffer from persistent nightmares, according to a 2019 review published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology. … [Read more...] about Can you ‘turn off’ a nightmare?
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In addition to all this, both Porsche Macan models include an Auto Start Stop function that shuts off the engine if the Macan brakes to a speed of 1.2 mph or lower. This is noticeable and makes the Macan feel almost Prius-like when you halt at a stop sign and hear the car power down... and then silence. The Macan also uses electro-mechanical power steering so that “the electric motor is only supplied with energy if steering takes place,” Porsche explains. This adds to the car's efficiency, but at an average fuel economy rating of 19 mpg, you know that giant engine is quite a beast that needs to be fed. … [Read more...] about A day in the new Porsche Macan, an SUV that wants to race
Both men were concerned that if their digital agents didn't cooperate in this manner, then their usage would be reduced. The thought was, it's better to offer access to as many digital assistants as possible so that customers can take advantage of the relative strengths of each offering. … [Read more...] about Cortana and Alexa are coming together in surprising Microsoft-Amazon partnership
Even though there's roughly two months to go until the game jam's October 31 deadline, 118 active participants are already working to prove their ideas for Half-Life 3 are better than yours. That includes four already submitted entries, among them a tongue-in-cheek battle between "a sentient race of grievances" and "The Valve." … [Read more...] about Why don’t you make your own
If this result holds up, it neatly ties together a number of observations. Various infections may still be doing the ultimate job of killing the bees, but their virulence could be explained by compromised immune function, caused by a combination of insecticide use and agricultural practices. The results will also provide further support for the European Union's attempt to ban the use of neonicotinoid pesticides, a decision that was made earlier this year. Several chemical companies have announced that they will sue to block the ban. … [Read more...] about An insecticide-infection connection in bee colony collapses