The Self-Help and Actualization Movement has become an $8.5-billion-a-year business. Does it work?
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Science unravels the myth of suicide bombers
Science and spirituality on the California coast
The theory of "morphic resonance" posits that people have a sense of when they are being stared at. What does the research show?
Science only adds to our appreciation for poetic beauty and experiences of emotional depth
Where the known meets the unknown is where science begins
The curious case of acupuncture
The World Summit on Evolution, held in the Galapagos Islands, revealed a science rich in history and tradition, data and theory, as well as controversy and debate
Can nutritional supplements, biotechnology and nanotechnology help us live forever?
9/11 has generated the mother of all conspiracy theories
What do the Beatles, the Virgin Mary, Jesus, Patricia Arquette and Michael Keaton all have in common?
A visual display of data should be simple enough to fit on the side of a van
Creationists' demand for fossils that represent "missing links" reveals a deep misunderstanding of science
Imaginary traumas are as terrifying as the real thing
A surprise-hit film has renewed interest in applying quantum mechanics to consciousness, spirituality and human potential
Surprising new research shows that crowds are often smarter than individuals
Scientific experiments claiming that distant intercessory prayer produces salubrious effects are deeply flawed