Take Aways – people tend to overestimate their own performance on hard tasks paradoxically, when given an easy task, they tend to underestimate their own performance (the hard-easy effect) when comparing themselves to others, people with low competence tend to think they are as good as everyone else, whereas people with high competence tend to […]
Medieval cesspit in Jerusalem reveals 15th century diseases Analysis of a latrine in Jerusalem that dates back over 500 years finds human parasites common in northern Europe yet very rare in Middle East at the time, suggesting long-distance trade or pilgrimage routes and shedding light on prevalent infectious diseases of the age.
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Astronomers reveal that billions of the stars in the Milky Way will have one to three planets in the habitable zone, where there is the potential for liquid water and life to exist.