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Recipe For Magic Mushrooms Molecule Revealed [0.11]

Posted on Aug. 16, 2017, 6:01 p.m. by Forbes Real Time @ [source]

Scientists have finally figured out how magic mushrooms make the molecules behind their trippy hallucinatory effects.

The active ingredient in magic mushrooms is a compound called psilocybin, first described in 1958 by chemist Albert Hoffman.

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Growing up in East Harlem in the early 1990s, I heard my fair share of gunshots and police sirens. The word stood out to me because it neatly expressed the problem that Year Up works to address – the massive divide that exists between a rapidly growing number of youth and the modern corporate offices, often only a few miles away.

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Kansas City-based technology company Red Nova Labs (RNL) has expanded their engineering team to include a second office in Denver.

But RNL isn’t looking to ditch their Kansas City roots anytime soon.

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It's a long journey, but it's a journey that starts today. Anyone who wants to prove themselves the best Clash Royale player on planet Earth will start that process today with a 20-win Crown Championship Challenge in the first of many qualifying rounds that will eventually whittle down millions of players to a few chosen champions from 8 regions, and then eventually whittle those champions down to one single global winner in December.

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Older adults in the US are better off, on average, than those in other countries, according to a new index developed by researchers at Columbia University and the University of Southern California. For instance, the populations of Germany and Japan are much older than the US, thus those countries have much greater challenges as they respond to their aging populations.

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Rare white moose spotted in Sweden [0.13]

Posted on Aug. 16, 2017, 5:50 p.m. by The Daily Dot @ [source]

An extremely rare white moose has been caught on video in Eda, Sweden.

The moose in question is not an albino, but has a genetic mutation causing its fur, including the the velvety fur on its antlers, to be white.

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Not Buying Acadia Healthcare's Roll-Up Story [0.06]

Posted on Aug. 16, 2017, 5:50 p.m. by Forbes Real Time @ [source]

Acadia Healthcare (ACHC) plummeted nearly 40% in the second half of 2016 on the back of disappointing earnings and regulatory concerns over its acquisition of Priory Group.

Acadia and other companies that pursue a roll-up strategy often benefit from the confusion and opacity surrounding their financial statements.

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When’s the correction coming?

There hasn't been a 10 percent drop from a recent high (the generally accepted definition of a correction) since February 2016, when markets plunged 12 percent from a peak set the previous December.

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Two consumer groups are suing the federal government, saying it has endangered the public by failing to follow a Congressional mandate. That mandate is to require automakers to install a device that would remind occupants in the back seat to buckle up.

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With contribution from Jason D. Rowley of Hippo Thinks.

Research from government and university labs has brought us technologies as ubiquitous as the internet, microwaves, and GPS.

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Three stocks breaking out of consolidation patterns lead our charts to watch today, while one trending lower is highlighted as a potential short. While the company, which develops and markets regenerative biomaterial products and bioimplants, did not report news on Tuesday, its price lifted out of a multi-month consolidation phase on the stock's largest trading volume this year.

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Was Facebook right to shut down its AI after it invented its own language? Facebook does not appear to have “shut down an AI” that invented its own language, for example out of any fear that it would get out of control.

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3 Steps When Good Intentions Blow Up [0.15]

Posted on Aug. 16, 2017, 5:40 p.m. by Leadership Freak @ [source]

Every leader knows what it’s like to saddle up and ride into a hurricane of personal attack.

Suppose you’re trying to encourage everyone on the team, but some feel overlooked.

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Why do grapefruits taste bitter to some people, but not others?

Among the different types of taste, we understand bitterness the least, but it is a well known fact that there is a lot of variability in how humans perceive bitterness.

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For the past several years, marketers have been focused on one demographic: millennials.

Today’s e-commerce retailers are learning from their past missteps.

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Who Still Steals Music These Days? [0.08]

Posted on Aug. 16, 2017, 5:35 p.m. by Forbes Real Time @ [source]

Despite music being everywhere online these days and available to anybody who wants to listen to their favorite tunes while still supporting the artists in one way or another, millions of people are still stealing music. It’s a sad fact, but who is actually committing these crimes and robbing musicians of the sales and royalties they deserve in today’s musical economy, which is already so customer-focused?

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What can deep neural networks teach us about human thought?

It’s hard to study Deep Learning without being struck by the parallels with both the way individual humans think, and the way groups of humans think collectively.

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When Being Too Accurate Hurts Sales [0.16]

Posted on Aug. 16, 2017, 5:33 p.m. by Forbes Real Time @ [source]

The English language is a funny thing.

Often times, the language we use has less to do with the actual words we say than the meaning behind them.

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