Celeste Godwin

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We may have accidentally formed a protective bubble around Earth

Radio waves might help protect us from space weather.<p>When the Navy wants to send a message to an underwater submarine, it sometimes uses very low frequency (VLF) radio waves. These long wavelengths, beamed from large towers on the ground, are unique in their ability to travel through salty water. …

Space

NUT BUTTER AND PUMPKIN SEED OAT COOKIES - She Can't Eat What?!

Nut butter and pumpkin seed oat cookies<p>Prep time<p>5 mins<p>Cook time<p>15 mins<p>Total time<p>20 mins<p>Any recipe, one bowl, healthy nut and seed oat cookies. Low …

Food

Two Useful Apps To Turn Your Writing From Good To Great

Every writer should be able to write with confidence. The right tools can be essential to success. You can improve your writing skills with these two …

Pressure Cooker Marinara Sauce | Pass the Plants

You, my wonderful blog reader buddies, have been asking for more pressure cooker recipes (specifically Instant Pot recipes), and I’m finally going to …

Cooking

First-born children have better thinking skills, study says

They may be jokingly referred to as PFBs – precious first borns – on popular parenting websites, but a study says first-born children really do reap the benefits of being number one.<p>Research by the University of Edinburgh has found that first-born children have superior thinking skills to their …

Siblings

At Last, a Cookie You Can Eat for Breakfast

You already know the nutritional benefits of oats, from lowering bad cholesterol to controlling your appetite, and I'm guessing you've got your go-to …

10 Quick ways to make extra money that actually works (2017 Edition)

Share33<p>Tweet<p>Share4<p>+12<p>Shares 39<p>We all like extra cash, but not everyone of us wants to get a second job or even has the time for it. Whether you want …

Personal Finance

How we are all cooking rice incorrectly - and could be endangering our health

Millions of cooks are endangering their health by cooking their rice incorrectly, scientists believe.<p>Putting more water in the pan or even steeping it overnight is the best way to flush out traces of the poison arsenic, they found.<p>The chemical contaminates rice as a result of industrial toxins and …

Toxins

A Man Given 18 Months to Live Is Now Cancer-Free, Thanks to a New Drug

Mysterious Drug Trial<p>Three years after first being diagnosed with lung cancer, Bob Berry from Manchester, UK, is now cancer-free, all thanks to his …

Top 8 Free and Easy Website Builders

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Startups (India)

Does an anomaly in the Earth's magnetic field portend a coming pole reversal?

The Earth is blanketed by a magnetic field. It’s what makes compasses point north, and protects our atmosphere from continual bombardment from space …

Low-FODMAP diet catches on among people with digestive misery

Would a life without onions, garlic, apples and most bread be worth living?<p>For growing numbers of people suffering from digestive ills, the answer is "yes," at least for a while.<p>They are trying something called the low-FODMAP diet, an experimental eating plan developed in Australia and now getting …

University of Michigan

A Zen Master Reveals The Truth About Meditation and Why Most People Get it Wrong

True meditation has no direction or goal. It is pure wordless surrender, pure silent prayer. All methods aiming at achieving a certain state of mind …

Meditation

We've Been Wrong About Where the Brain Processes Language for 141 Years

Where word salad is really made.<p>The map of where and how the brain processes speech has been modified again. Researchers from Northwestern University just published a paper in the journal <i>Brain</i> wherein they demonstrate that the famous Wernicke's area, thought to be the center of language …

Slowing Down Aging: The Science of Telomeres

We all know those people who seem young beyond their years—the types that stave off grey hair and wrinkles the longest, and who somehow exude the …

Why women have more gut problems than men

You don’t have to poll your friends to know that women think about gut health more than men. (You can just ask science.) Why is it that some guys can …

Wellness

Should I Take a Probiotic? If So, Which One?

By Franziska Spritzler<p>Probiotics have received a lot of attention recently.<p>These living organisms have been credited with providing all kinds of …

Which foods can improve your gut bacteria?

<b>Can what you eat change the bacteria in your gut for the better? Dr Michael Mosley has been finding out which foods and drinks can make the most difference.</b><p>The gut microbiome - the diverse community of bacteria that inhabits our intestines - is a hot topic in science right now.<p>Almost every day we …

Wellness

Soul Exists: Scientific Proof Of Reincarnation

<b>A lot of people are resistant to the idea of a soul because of how this term has gotten wrapped up in religious superstition and dogma. Some people</b> …

Consciousness

19 Emotions You Never Knew You Had

From gigil to shinrin-yoku and tarab, there are many foreign emotion words with no equivalent in the English language. Learning to identify and …

What Are Those Floaty Things in Your Eye? Science Explains

We thought it was just us.<p>If you've ever noticed tiny worm-like shapes or transparent blobs in your field of vision - you know, those things that …

Why Americans refrigerate their eggs but Europeans don't

This is different from the US, where eggs are found in the refrigerated dairy aisle alongside butter, cheese, and milk.<p>The different storage conditions are a result of the way that eggs are farmed and processed in the US compared with in the UK and other European nations.<p>In the US, to reduce the …

11 Signs That You Lack Emotional Intelligence

These are the behaviors that you want to eliminate from your repertoire.<p>Co-author of Emotional Intelligence 2.0 and President at TalentSmart<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>When emotional intelligence (EQ) first appeared to the masses, it served as the missing link in a …

New net-zero Solar Farmhouse from Deltec generates all its own energy

In these uncertain times of erratic weather and changing climate patterns, net-zero energy (or NZE) is quickly becoming the gold standard in green …

Living Rooms

Huge NYC apartment is a nature-filled refuge in the sky

Who says “indoor-outdoor” is only for the West Coast?<p>Some people in New York City would be lucky to afford a new micro apartment of some 300 square feet, but for those with truly deep pockets, an expansive duplex combining multiple apartments is well within the realm of possibility. Just check out …

Can women orgasm during childbirth?

The grueling, intense pain that comes along with labor is something pregnant women are warned about and told to prepare for and fear. It’s how childbirth is almost always portrayed in movies and a part of most women’s birth stories.<p>Some women however, say labor and childbirth doesn’t have to be …

Here's the surprising way sugar led to our lung cancer epidemic

New York Times best-selling author, Gary Taubes, explores the many reasons sugar should be avoided in his new book, "The Case Against Sugar." He discusses the connection between sugar, cigarettes and the lung cancer epidemic.<p><b>Follow BI Video:</b>On Twitter

Cancer

When Tesla Takes to Water

Unlike Tesla cars, the all-electric Tesla Model Y yacht is a self-sustaining design that charges itself… with a little help from the sun and sea, …

Sugar, explained

Sugar is the dietary villain of our day. But the science is complicated.<p>First it was too many calories. Then it was too much fat. Now there’s a full-on war on sugar, our latest dietary enemy No. 1.<p>In health policy and nutrition science circles, this single nutrient is taking up a lot of oxygen …