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Content contributor for Street Culture Magazine. College graduate, Porsche enthusiasts. Business owner #EGWheels and big Porsche distributor in Socal. Yeap I got it like that! www.egwheels.com #ProfessionalChicana #OfficialPorscheGal #MillionDollaGal in the city of #Onterio #SunkistGurrl #Inland Empire

Fear, more than hate, feeds online bigotry and real-world violence

When a U.S. senator asked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, “Can you define hate speech?” it was arguably the most important question that social networks...

New dates for ancient stone tools in China point to local invention of complex...

You probably think of new technologies as electronics you can carry in a pocket or wear on a wrist. But some of the most...

The equivalence test: A new way for scientists to tackle so-called negative results

A paleontologist returns to her lab from a summer dig and sets up a study comparing tooth length in two dinosaur species. She and...

Domicology: A new way to fight blight before buildings are even constructed

Detroit has been demolishing about 200 vacant houses per week since December 2014, with a goal to take down 6,000 houses in one year....

Technology giants didn’t deserve public trust in the first place

Amazon may have been expecting lots of public attention when it announced where it would establish its new headquarters – but like many technology...

Using your phone on a plane is safe – but for now you still...

Over the Thanksgiving travel period an estimated 30 million Americans plan to fly to enjoy turkey and all the trimmings with far-flung family and...

The psychological differences between those who love and those who loathe Black Friday shopping

If the thought of taking part in the annual ritual of Black Friday gives you cold chills rather than a rush of excitement, you’re...

Why is this line so long?

Warning: After reading this article, you will never again stand in a line without thinking about how to make your wait time shorter. And...

Yes, GPS apps make you worse at navigating – but that’s OK

Many of us have had the experience of arriving in an unfamiliar city and needing to get to a specific destination – whether it’s...

You can’t characterize human nature if studies overlook 85 percent of people on Earth

Over the last century, behavioral researchers have revealed the biases and prejudices that shape how people see the world and the carrots and sticks...

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