Researchers believe they’ve discovered ‘anti-memories’

According to new research out of Oxford University, and published in the journal Neuron, a team of scientists believe that they’ve found the neurological equivalent of anti-matter. Just as anti-matter acts as the mirror image of subatomic particles, these “anti-memories” may exist as the bizarro versions of our memories.

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The Lakers Have No Winners

So this is how the season ends for the Lakers—a team in disarray and playing for nothing. The 20-year-old rookie ostracized for airing out the business of the wannabe celebrity; the 37-year-old soon-to-be Hall of Famer playing out the string; the presumably lame-duck coach having lost control of basically everything and still spouting outdated theories. And this is all supposed to be attractive to free agents how?

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What It’s Like to Fly Inside the Cockpit of an Airplane

One of my earliest memories as a kid on an airplane is poking in to say hi to the pilots while flying. Obviously, that doesn’t happen anymore, so just sit in with them through this video to see what it’s like to be inside the cockpit of an Airbus A320 flying across Europe. The views are stunning and all that flying equipment looks so fun to press and prod.

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30 Tips For Your MBA Admissions Success

Fortune may favor the brave, but when applying to business school it is careful planning and meaningful self-reflection that win the day.

With round-one deadlines for the world’s top MBA programs less than six months away, this is the time to put together a plan for admissions success. You’ve got a lot of ground to cover:

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