"Feeling weighed down by guilt is more than just a metaphor, according to scientists who have discovered the emotion can produce a bodily sensation. Researchers from Canada and the U.S. discovered that people feel heavier in weight after doing something that made them feel guilty as well as a recalling a memory of when they felt guilty. The scientists believe that while the research is in its infancy, simulating the experience of the weight of guilt, seems to be tied to regulating moral behaviour."
Are you stupid about science and things? I am! I can barely do math. So after several years of study, I can tell you, fellow dingbat, what you need to know about space before seeing terrifying and wonderful space movie Gravity. It really is as good as everyone says. Here's one tip about seeing this film: when you can, keep your eyes on the horizon line. I was worried I was gonna heave a little, in part from visual orientation problems but also from anxiety. Throwing up in a movie theater is the third worst place to throw up. The second worst is the subway. We'll get to the [...]