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These 10 beautiful hikes will transport you to another world

Don't forget your camera at home. Norway's best hikes lead to views akin to any description of paradise: cliffs rising from the ocean, waterfalls …

EPA chief on Irma: The time to talk climate change isn't now

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt told CNN in an interview about Hurricane Irma on Thursday that the time to talk about climate change isn't now.<p>"Here's the issue," Pruitt told CNN in a phone interview. "To have any kind of focus on the cause and effect …

Florida

Buy this truck and drive to South America for the price of a Rubicon

I love browsing through the depths of the Expedition Portal for sale sections. Besides seeing some seriously cool vehicles, you get a peek at the …

I Took an Emotional Intelligence Test and Found Out I'm Kind of a Jerk

Granted, that's hardly a news flash. But still.<p>Emotional intelligence matters.<p>As my <i>Inc.</i> colleague Justin Bariso has shown in a series of excellent articles, higher emotional intelligence (also referred to as EI or EQ) can lead to better performance, better pay, and greater overall success, can …

Emotional Intelligence

Studies Say You Can Improve Your Brain (and Become a Better Entrepreneur)

Researchers say the brain of an entrepreneur functions differently. Build on this outstanding functionality to become more nimble and, yes, smarter.<p>If you're an entrepreneur your brain is already wired differently. Research shows that founder entrepreneurs think differently when it comes to …

NASA releases first results from ‘Year In Space’ twin study

The first results from NASA’s Year in Space brothers are in, and show glimpses of how stressful a trip to Mars could be for the human body.<p>Astronaut …

Methylation

The United States Of America - 1776-2016

The United States of America, a country that became world renowned for freedom and justice, died on January 20th at its home in Washington, D.C. The United States was 250 years old.<p>The office of the medical examiner ruled the death a homicide.<p>The United States was born in 1776, the child of …

United States

These Are Your Most Insane Airplane Horror Stories

If you were to ask me, I would say that the worst part about traveling is the actual traveling part. I hate flying. I hate airports and I mostly …

Ford allows some car buyers to purchase or finance vehicles online

Car buyers at one Ford dealership can now limit their time in the showroom by purchasing or financing a vehicle online, and more dealerships will offer the option soon.<p>Ford Motor Credit Co. said Monday that customers at Ricart Ford in Groveport, Ohio, about 12 miles south of Columbus, will be able …

Brain scans shed light on an extinct species

It's not exactly easy to study the Tasmanian tiger. The marsupial has been extinct for over 80 years, and it wasn't given much scientific attention when it was alive -- settlers saw it as a threat to their livestock, not a curiosity. However, that isn't about to stop scientists from learning more …

The One Thing Millennials Need to Know About Investing

The oldest millennials are now starting to enter their formative years in the workforce and the youngest of the group will soon graduate from high school. Millions of millennials are going to be making decisions about what to do with their finances and how much to spend or save for the future.<p>As …

How much of reality is physics?

From <i>NYRB</i>, Steven Weinberg on the trouble with quantum mechanics; and can we escape from time? John Lanchester reviews <i>Time Travel: A History</i> by James …

Time Travel

Physicists Can Now Predict The Exact Moment Quantum Systems Will Fail

It's inevitable.<p>For the first time, physicists have been able to accurately predict the future of quantum systems, specifically, the moment they'll …

We Still Don't Know How Fast The Universe Is Expanding

Once we discovered that the Universe was expanding, the next scientific step was to determine what the rate of expansion was. Despite the fact that it’s been more than 80 years, we still don’t have agreement on how fast that rate actually is. By looking at the largest cosmic scales and the oldest …

12 Hot New Sex Positions You Should Try This Year

Make a resolution you’ll actually stick to in 2018<p>You’ve probably already made some resolutions for this year—but did having better sex make your list? If not, it might already be time to reevaluate your goals for 2018. It’s no secret that sex makes you happier—in fact, researchers from the …

10 Scientifically Proven Ways Exercise Is Good for Your Brain

<b>Anyone that has even a cursory interest in exercise science, including weekend warriors who want little more than beach abs, knows that the nervous</b> …

5 simple financial rules to live by in your 20s — so you're not broke in your 30s

Navigating your 20s while keeping coin in your pocket is hard: There's your student debt, overpriced rent, trying to get your job to pay you top …

Here's what happens on the airplane before you board your flight

American AirlinesFlight 998 from Orlando, Fla., landed atLos Angeles International Airportat 8:19 a.m. on a cloudy Tuesday morning, carrying 181 passengers.<p>The minute the A321 jet reached the gate, teams of workers swarmed the plane with the precision of a marching band. For good reason.<p>In less …

Aviation

This Video Shows You Exactly How To Spot A Fake Rolex

Most of us probably know that if you're paying 50 quid for it, or buying it from a guy in a trench coat, a Rolex is probably a fake. But with so many …

The 50 Most Scenic Drives Across the Country

When you want to hit the open road, here's where to set your GPS.<p>Here are 50 drives—one in every state—where you'll lose yourself in the surroundings, stumble upon the unexpected, and possibly blank on where you're ultimately headed. Do final destinations really matter?

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Former astronaut Thomas Reiter talks space travel, Mars and the next generation of astronauts

Three new astronauts are on their way to the ISS. DW asked Thomas Reiter, the German coordinator of the ISS program, what advice he would offer them, …

'Roundest known space object' identified

<b>Astronomers claim to have discovered the roundest object ever measured in nature.</b><p>Kepler 11145123 is a distant, slowly rotating star that's more than twice the size of the Sun.<p>Researchers were able to show that the difference between its radius as measured to the equator and the radius measured to …

Breakthroughs

Australia’s hypersonic plane for a new space race

It’s been a long time since Australia was a player in space exploration. One man wants to change that – with the help of a plane that travels five times the speed of sound.<p>On 28 October 1971, the bullet-shaped Black Arrow rocket blasted into the clear sky over the desert plain at Woomera in …

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Health

Air India And Their Longest Flight In The World

Air India has the longest flight in the world – periodically. I recently posted about the Top 5 Longest Flights In The World and some of my readers …

Everything You Need to Know About Training Your Brain for Success

Your brain is more powerful than all the digital computers in the world. Here's how to get the most out of it.<p>According to recent article in The Atlantic, the human brain may actually function as a quantum computer at an atomic level with each neuron containing multiple "qubits" of phosphorous …

Humanity

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