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Lentil Soup with Kale

<i>Lentil soup with kale. Easy and slow-cooker or crock-pot friendly. Do we really need to say anything else?</i> Adapted from Hugh Acheson | The Chef and …

Slow Cookers

I travel the world for 3 months of the year — here are my 10 best tips to make trips less expensive

While we enjoyed a comfortable lifestyle, our lives felt hurried. If we weren't at work, we were getting ready for work, doing chores or taking care of our kids. We only had 15 vacation days to burn each year — not nearly enough to account for sick days and to travel the way we wanted.<p>Fast forward …

Personal Finance

11 Scientific Advances Of The Past 100 Years Gave Us Our Entire Universe

Exactly 100 years ago, our conception of the Universe was far different from what it is today. The stars within the Milky Way were known, and were known to be at distances up to thousands of light years away, but nothing was thought to be further. The Universe was assumed to be static, as the …

Universe

15 Most Photogenic Places In the World You Must Visit

Travel photography is such an integral part of our experience – whether you’re an amateur or a pro, memories captured are priceless. Here are some …

The 5 Most Jaw-dropping Swimming Holes in the United States

It’s easy to assume that travelers need to trek to Thailand or some undiscovered South American waterfall to find the perfect swimming hole. However, …

Hiking

10 under-the-radar destinations to visit, according to the youngest person to travel to every country in the world

Planning a trip is an opportunity to see something unique, and to discover people, places, cuisines, and scenery you didn't know existed.<p>We asked James Asquith, the youngest person to visit all 196 countries, which places around the world are being overlooked — and which ones people should be …

National Parks

How baby boomers became the most selfish generation

Instead of spending money on education, our government has repeatedly chosen to cut taxes. Instead of investing in infrastructure, politicians have several times shut down the government over budget disputes.<p>Time and time again difficult decisions have been pushed off for later, and complicated …

Economics

3tags.org

White privilege as economic reality: It would take African-Americans 228 years to reach the same level of wealth as whites

Systemic white supremacy creates disparate and unequal economic outcomes for people of color, a new report shows<p>Race is how economic class is lived in America. Consequently, from the nation's founding to the present, race and class (as well as gender) are a social and political scaffolding on which …

Race & Ethnicity

5 Massive Space Operas to Read Between Marathon Sessions of No Man's Sky

<i>No Man’s Sky</i> is the most talked-about game of the summer, a massive space exploration sim boasting a universe so vast, the creators estimate 99 …

The economists' guide to choosing between Trump and Clinton

More than 90% of voters say the economy is extremely important to them, so we asked three economists to weigh in on what we can expect from either president<p>The parties have spoken and after a brutal campaign season, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are now the official presidential candidates of …

Economics

The 10 best stock analysts you should have listened to so far this year

And for the very active investor seeking to lock in returns, TipRanks identified the analysts that have been worth listening to so far in 2016.<p>They took every analyst rating that was issued between January and May 2016, and deduced how much return an investor would have earned if they followed the …

Investing

11 lies Donald Trump just told

They included the U.S. tax burden, the perils facing police, Hillary Clinton’s record and more.<p>A look at some of the Republican presidential …

9 of the most egregious lies and inaccuracies in Donald Trump’s foreign policy speech

Donald Trump has lied in debates, sent threatening tweets, misled interviewers, and circulated outrageous personal and political conspiracy theories throughout his presidential campaign.<p>On Monday, Trump made clear that his habit of getting the facts wrong wasn’t limited to the rough-and-tumble …

Donald Trump

The IMF is starting to think that 'neoliberalism' has created an inequality problem

In an article published by the fund this week, economists Jonathan Ostry, Prakash Loungani, and Davide Furceri argue that they see a growing movement against some of the principles of neoliberalism, and believe that two key areas of neoliberalism — namely the free movement of capital across …

Economics

The 22 Most Beautiful Places in the World

These destinations are just begging to be Instagrammed.<p>There are so many amazing places around the globe to see, we couldn't possibly include them all in just one list. But, these breathtaking destinations are definitely worth bumping to the top of your travel bucket list – whether you're looking …

What Research Says about Defeating Terrorism

Terrorism is as old as history and almost certainly older. In 68 B.C., for instance, the Roman city of Ostia, a vital port for one of the world's …

Psychology

Make elites compete: Why the 1% earn so much and what to do about it

The spectacular economic rise of the top 1 percent is now common knowledge, thanks in large part to the work of Thomas Piketty and his collaborators. …

Income Inequality

Critical thinking suppressed in brains of people who believe in the supernatural

The opposition between religious beliefs and scientific evidence can be explained by difference in brain structures and cognitive activity. …

The incredible, simple proof of evolution you can find on your own body

So this is a really, really cool thing. To find concrete proof of evolution, you usually have to hit up some fossil records or genetic codes, but …

Concrete
Climate Change

Bill Nye says the world is in trouble if the next president rejects climate change

Bill Nye, the revered Science Guy of the mid-1990s and author of "Unstoppable," says the planet is reaching a fateful moment.<p>"My claim is that 2016 …

Evolution Explains Why Women Love Rolling Their Eyes So Much

Passive-aggressive eye-rolling isn't just a teen tactic. Evolutionary psychologists say women of all ages engage in this not-so-subtle act of dominance.<p>Over at the <i>New York Times</i>, psychologist Lisa Damour theorized that the eye roll—that singular, cutting gesture of contempt—was the champion and …

Psychology

Study: 'Major decline' in Antarctic penguin population

About 150,000 penguins have perished in Antarctica after a huge iceberg cut off their access to the sea, forcing them to trek dozens of kilometers to …

New South Wales

Top Travel Couples You Should be Following on Instagram

Most couples believe that they need to get married, buy a house, have children and live "normal" adult lives. But in this brave new world, modern day couples are re-writing the script, taking the road less traveled, and daring to live the life of their dreams. We asked the top couples travel …

Travel

An Introduction to Cosmological Inflation - A.R. Liddle

In general though there need not be a simple equation of state; for example there may be more than one type of material, such as a combination of …

The Adventure List

25 Best Places to Travel in 2016<p>Ihave only just boarded the plane to Bogotá, and the reflexive question of a weary traveler creeps in: Why, again, am …

National Parks

The 17 Equations That Changed The Course of History

Write these ones down.<p>Mathematics is all around us, and it has shaped our understanding of the world in countless ways. In 2013, mathematician and …

Mathematics
Crime

Mind-blowing math trick can tell your age and shoe size in 6 steps

No, it's not some modern sorcery — just a fun math "trick" that can figure out your age and your shoe size in six simple steps.<p>A fun little bit of arithmetic that has been making the rounds on the Internet, it involves six steps to blow your mind, as long as you're not 100 years old.<p>First you …

Mathematics