What Does Quantum Theory Actually Tell Us about Reality? – Scientific American Blog Network

For a demonstration that overturned the great Isaac Newton’s ideas about the nature of light, it was staggeringly simple. via Pocket
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The Best Sport for a Longer Life? Try Tennis – The New York Times

People who played tennis, badminton or soccer tended to live longer than those who cycled, swam or jogged. Playing tennis and other sports that are social might add years to your life, according to a new epidemiological study of Danish men and women. via Pocket
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10 Powerful Attributes of Insanely Successful People

There’s something about successful people that sets them apart from everyone else: they have learned to draw on their natural abilities, traits and attributes to achieve their dreams. Successful people approach situations differently from the rest of us. via Pocket
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What’s the biggest goal on your to-do list? Is it a cross-country move to your dream city? Opening a business? Starting your own blog? Now, consider: Why haven’t you checked it off your list yet? via Pocket
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How to Minimize Stress Before, During, and After Your Vacation

It’s a Catch-22 millions of workers face: You plan a vacation to relax, rejuvenate, and forget all about the stresses of work. But being out of the office means cramming in extra work up until you leave — and making up for lost time once you return. via Pocket
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I Joyfully Decluttered These 5 Things to Boost Happiness

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Krista O’Reilly-Davi-Digui of A Life in Progress. We have two lives: the one we learn with and the life we live after that. —Bernard Malamud via Pocket
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Jeanette Winterson’s 10 Tips on Writing – Brain Pickings

In 2010, inspired by Elmore Leonard’s classic 10 Rules of Writing published nearly a decade earlier, The Guardian invited some of the world’s most celebrated living authors to share their own dicta of the craft. via Pocket
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5 Minutes That Will Make You Love Classical Music – The New York Times

We asked some of our favorite artists to tell us about the sounds they cherish. Listen to their choices. A bit of agonizing later, here are our selections. via Pocket
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To Cut My Spending, I Used Behavioral Economics on Myself – The Atlantic

A few years ago, when I was reporting a story on personal finance, I became fascinated by a concept that behavioral economists call the “pain of paying. via Pocket
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Startups Flock to Turn Young Blood Into an Elixir of Youth | WIRED

In the early 2000s, a handful of young scientists at Stanford turned the university’s Palo Alto campus into the mouse-stitching-together capital of the world. via Pocket
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