When you think of someone who’s being bullied, the stereotypical image that comes to mind is that of a young, defenseless, and perhaps nerdy kid. Even with a broader understanding, few would imagine a 300-pound NFL football player, which is part of what makes the story of Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito so surprising.
In the latest research from Cornell University’s Food & Brand Lab, we learn how buffets can be healthy (veggies first, fried chicken last), clear wine glasses lead to heavier pours of Pinot Grigio, and extroverted kids’ food servings are more influenced by environmental cues.
One hundred years ago today, the California Aqueduct was completed, and that imported water became the foundation that Southern California was built on. That water sustained the creation of countless jobs, new industries, massive-scale farming, and a population boom that made Los Angeles one of the world’s great cities.
With advances in technology, Robots are beginning to move, look and act more like humans. They are also creating robots that are good at performing tasks like human do. Many of the latest robots are operated from a distance, but now many can operate without any human control at all.