We humans tend to think of ourselves as the only sentient beings capable of regret, a key emotion that helps keep us from …
Your brain is a busy place. How busy? Consider that everyday, 100 billion neurons punch in for work and they’re all linked to one another in trillions upon trillions of ways.
Why do different people’s minds work so differently? Human brain cells don’t follow a set DNA script. Instead, they contain a surprising number of mobile elements — or “jumping genes” — that let them reorganize their genetic code.