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Revealed: Secret list of Netflix codes that unlock hidden list of films and TV shows

Good news for Netflix users - you can use hidden codes to make searching the extensive streaming site easier.<p>It seems not all content appears when …

Italian Grows Forgotten Fruit. What She Preserves Is a Culture.

SAN LORENZO DI LERCHI, Italy — There are probably few places as tranquil as the languorous hills that surround Umbria’s Città di Castello. But on her farm, Isabella Dalla Ragione pursues a personal mission — saving ancient fruit trees from extinction — with a strong sense of urgency.<p>Rescuing …

Italy

How to raise a genius: lessons from a 45-year study of super-smart children

A long-running investigation of exceptional children reveals what it takes to produce the scientists who will lead the twenty-first century.<p>On a …

This Is How NASA Will Grab Rocks From Mars

NASA's next Mars rover will cache samples of Mars rock for a later sample return mission -- but how will that work?<p>When the Mars 2020 rover makes its …

Mission Impossible

Sony’s new $500 in-dash receiver looks like the best value for Android Auto and CarPlay

Sony’s XAV-AX100 in-dash car stereo system might be the best way to get your hands on Android Auto or CarPlay without plunking down a fortune for a new car. The new receivers will retail for $499.99 when it hits stores in late November, and boasts a 6.4-inch, 800 x 480 touch screen, along with NFC …

A Huge Wooden Circle Has Been Found Buried Just a Few Kilometres From Stonehenge

'Superhenge' was actually made of wood.<p>Last year, archaeologists made headlines when they found evidence of a giant circular structure around five …

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Mars Mystery: Has Curiosity rover made big discovery?

NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has apparently made a discovery "for the history books," but we'll have to wait a few weeks to learn what the new Red …

Everyone is going absolutely insane over this NASA photo of the 'dark side of the moon'

NASA recently released this incredible photo that captured the "dark side of the moon" -- and it seems people have a lot to say about it.<p>The image was taken during DSCOVR satellite voyage, which shows planet Earth from one million miles away.<p>Image: <i>NASA</i><p>"These images were taken between 3:50 p.m. and …

AOL

10 Places in the American Southwest You Have to Visit

The American Southwest is pumped full of potential for new experiences. It’s the ideal place to explore your adventurous side while indulging in a …

National Parks

There's a good reason great white sharks swim toward hurricanes

Around Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, the Gulf Stream veers east, flowing away from the coastline of the US and out into the Atlantic Ocean. Away from the stabilizing influence of the continent, the powerful current revels in its new freedom, spawning large circulating masses of water called eddies …

Why Gilmore Girls Fans Think Lorelai Might Get Pregnant In The Revival

To most people, the photo below will just look like a picture of some artfully arranged Pop-Tarts and an apple. But to a <i>Gilmore Girls</i> fan, it …

Scientists came to a fascinating conclusion after looking at the DNA of thousands of people with depression

Yet for decades, scientists have known surprisingly little about what genes are linked with the development of Major Depressive Disorder (MDD).<p>A new study aims to change that. In their paper, published Monday in the journal Nature Genetics, a team of scientists pinpointed 17 genetic tweaks, or SNPs …

Last woolly mammoths 'died of thirst'

<b>One of the last known groups of woolly mammoths died out because of a lack of drinking water, scientists believe.</b><p>The Ice Age beasts were living on a remote island off the coast of Alaska, and scientists have dated their demise to about 5,600 years ago.<p>They believe that a warming climate caused …

More fossils point to 'engineers' for mass extinction - Futurity

The discovery of additional fossils adds weight to an idea about the first mass extinction—that the evolution of "ecosystem engineers" caused it.

Fossils

Is Earthly life premature from a cosmic perspective?

The universe is 13.8 billion years old, while our planet formed just 4.5 billion years ago. Some scientists think this time gap means that life on …

NASA turns to SpaceX once again for its latest crew mission to ISS

NASA is slowly but surely declaring its independence from Russia when it comes to shuttling astronauts to the International Space Station. On Friday, …

Nekton Deep-Ocean Science: 1,000 Feet Below the Atlantic's Surface

Journalism and science, when done the right way, are essential to the health of both democracy and the physical world. That said, the serious, ideological pursuit of each sometimes leaves room for old-fashioned fun.<p>In July, I joined up with the Nekton/XL Catlin Deep Ocean Survey. The expedition …

Sea Level

Tesla's Elon Musk Unveils a Factory He Hopes Will Change the World

Few people have the ability to get a room full of people pumped up—and so overcome with excitement that they shout out affirmations of “Yes!” and …

There's No Controversy: Let's Stop Failing Our Children On Evolution

Watching the <i>NBC Nightly News</i> broadcast on a Friday earlier this month, I gaped as the last segment aired.<p>Kevin Tibbles was reporting from the site of Kentucky's Ark Encounter, constructed by Christian fundamentalist, young-Earth creationist and Answers in Genesis president Ken Ham. At the time, Ark …

Grand Canyon

Apollo astronaut deaths raise serious concerns about deep space travel

Humanity is preparing to send astronauts on longer and deeper missions into space: Mars being the target of both national and private missions. And …

5 Powerful and Simple Ways to Energize Your Life, According to Science

Our mental and physical energy drives our health, happiness, and overall success. We have 5 daily opportunities to restore and protect our energy.<p>Have you paid much attention to the daily rhythm of your life? We all function in accordance with a specific rhythm. Early-birds (like me) wake up with …

Stressful job? It might help you fight off Alzheimer's

Lawyers, teachers and doctors have a better chance of fighting off the effects of Alzheimer’s disease, because of the complex nature of their jobs, scientists said yesterday.<p>Researchers found that people whose jobs combined complex thinking with social engagement with others – such as social …

Super telescope finds hundreds of previously undetectable galaxies

<b>(CNN) —</b> A South African radio telescope has revealed hundreds of galaxies in a tiny corner of the universe where only 70 had been seen before.<p>The images, taken by MeerKAT telescope, are an indication of the detail the southern hemisphere's most powerful radio telescope may be able to provide when …

Universe

NASA: Melting Ice Sheets Is Changing How the Earth Rotates

Driven by dwindling polar ice, climate change is actually changing the way the Earth spins, new research shows. Melting ice sheets are contributing …

Climate Change

A record-breaking map of 1.2 million galaxies is revealing new secrets of the universe

Something like 68% of the universe is made up of dark energy, a mysterious force thought to fuel the expansion of the universe. Another 27% is dark …

Dark Matter

Can’t lose weight no matter what? We’ve got 6 tips just for you

So you’re working out like a beast, eating healthier than you ever have… and all of a sudden, after months of dropping the pounds quite easily, you …

Fitness

Scientists Just Detected Matter Wobbling Around a Black Hole For The First Time

The final dance.<p>An international team of scientists has observed matter wobbling in a gravitational vortex around a black hole for the first time.<p>The …

Savor this Juno time-lapse approach to Jupiter and its moons

A NASA video gives space fans a Juno's-eye view of the approach to Jupiter and the Galilean moons that helped change humanity's view of its place in the universe.<p>Jupiter has over 60 known moons, but the big four are the real stars of the show: Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto. These are known as …

Top 8 Fat Burning Foods For Your Weight Loss Plan

Every weight lose expert knows that right foods and exercises are the major ingredients combined in the right proportion to achieve fast fat burning …