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No Way! A Profitable Marijuana Stock?

Believe it or not, this company should be rolling in the dough by 2020.<p><i>This article was updated on August 6, 2017, and originally published on March</i> …

Cannabis
Zoology

The viruses that may save humanity

One day in the future, a dose of a “ninja virus” might just save your life.<p>It was the early 1890s, and Ernest Hankin was studying cholera outbreaks along the banks of the Ganges. As the locals dumped their dead in the holy water, the river should have quickly transformed into a poisonous spring of …

Microbiology

How To Identify The Most Dangerous Person In Your Company

If you’ve read this column for a while, you’ve probably noticed that I’ve made a lot of mistakes. I tell people that intelligence is learning from your own mistakes.<p>This means intelligence is painful, and it often leaves lumps and a bruised ego.<p>Wisdom, on the other hand, is learning from other …

Leadership

How to Turn Yourself Into a PR Machine

It used to be that entrepreneurs and business leaders needed the media to write about them in order to get some publicity. While that still helps, …

Public Relations

A Mickey Mouse Cartoon : Season 1 Episodes 11-18 | Disney Shorts

Top 20+ Japan Street Photography Shots That Capture The Rarely Seen Side Of The Land Of The Rising Sun

Few places in the world are as alluring as Japan when it comes to street photography. The neon alleyways of Tokyo, Osaka, and other major cities …

Street Photography

Win a Canon 5D Mk III or a Nikon D500 in This Free Photo Contest!

What’s the best photograph you’ve ever taken? If it’s as good as you think it is, it could win you your choice of Canon 5D Mk III, Nikon D500, Sony …

Meet Ko Hyojoo, the South Korean Longboarding Sensation

Ko Hyjoo makes freewheeling across her nine-inch-wide longboard appear almost effortless. As any number of the Goyang native’s now viral skating videos will show, Ko’s fluid moves atop the oblong-shaped plank read more like dancing than anything else. Kicking and pushing, propelling her board’s …

archatlas: The Ancient Ghost City of Ani Situated on the eastern border of Turkey, across the Akhurian River from Armenia, lies the empty, crumbling site of the once-great metropolis of Ani, known as “the city of a thousand and one churches.” Founded more than 1,600 years ago, Ani was situated on several trade routes, and grew to become a walled city of more than 100,000 residents by the 11th century. In the centuries that followed, Ani and the surrounding region were conquered hundreds of times – Byzantine emperors, Ottoman Turks, Armenians, nomadic Kurds, Georgians, and Russians claimed and reclaimed the area, repeatedly attacking and chasing out residents. By the 1300s, Ani was in steep decline, and it was completely abandoned by the 1700s. Rediscovered and romanticized in the 19th century, the city had a brief moment of fame, only to be closed off by World War I and the later events of the Armenian Genocide that left the region an empty, militarized no-man’s land. The ruins crumbled at the hands of many: looters, vandals, Turks who tried to eliminate Armenian history from the area, clumsy archaeological digs, well-intentioned people who made poor attempts at restoration, and Mother Nature herself. Restrictions on travel to Ani have eased in the past decade, allowing the following photos to be taken. Images and text via (via archatlas)

What It's Like to Lead a Team of Zetas Cartel Hitmen in One of Mexico's Bloodiest States | VICE News

<i>Léalo en Español aquí</i><p>The man sitting in a cheap hotel room made it clear that he would not be described physically, though there wasn't anything remarkable about his appearance.<p>Nor would it be possible to reveal the exact location of the meeting, and any idea of using his real name, or usual alias, …

Mexico

The pimps, peep shows and prostitutes of 1970s NYC

In the 1970s, photographer Leland Bobbé drove cabs around New York City at night to support his “daytime job" as a drummer in a band called City Lights that played the downtown scene. Chauffeuring the civilians of the city around was the perfect way to diversify his knowledge of its serpentine …

Man Revisits Iconic Film Locations in Fun ‘Then and Now’ Photo Series

Phil Grishayev is an LA video producer with an interesting hobby: he revisit iconic locations from his favorite films and recreates the same shot to …

In pictures: Muhammad Ali's life as 'The Greatest'

Boxing

Muhammad Ali: A Life in Pictures

Trainers

10 most charming European towns

We're delighted to report that America has not cornered the market on amazing little towns that deliver big travel experiences. From pristine Alpine …

The 10 Most Deserted National Parks in America

There's more attention than ever to national parks, and travelers everywhere are reserving campsites and plotting adventurous itineraries to these …

National Parks

37 things you didn’t know you could do with vodka

Vodka may not be your liquor of choice for drinking, but what about making an ice pack or treating dandruff?<p>The European liquor has amazing capabilities such as killing bacteria, drying without an odor, and binding essential oils to water. This means it can help with everything from making insect …

Vodka

15 Things You Didn't Know About Disneyland

<i>By: Alex Bracetti</i><p><i>Credit: Flickr/Andy Castro</i><p>Walt Disney's vision of a real-life fantasy world brought magical animation to life when it opened its gates back in 1955, and through the decades it has become a staple of American pop culture thanks to its collection of lovable characters, exciting …

Walt Disney Company