How our brains control direction of thoughts

How our brains control direction of thoughts

 Looking for the mechanisms behind cognitive control of thought, a team of researchers have tried answering how the brain determines which direction to let its thoughts fly.

A single penny for your thought?

A single penny for your thought?

 A penny could in theory purchase 3 hours, 7 minutes and 30 seconds of thought based on basic calculations, according to a new UK study that examined the energy and cost required to run a human brain.

I thought I was dying: Avril Lavigne on lyme disease

I thought I was dying: Avril Lavigne on lyme disease

Singer Avril Lavigne, who is recovering from lyme disease, says there came a point in her life when she felt she would die because of it. Lavigne was diagnosed with a sever case of lyme last year that left her bedridden for almost five months, reported E! Online.

Sun, planets `formed differently than thought`

Planetary scientists claim that the sun and its inner planets may have formed differently than previously thought.