Chad Richardson

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19 Thrilling Trails Guaranteed to Make Your Heart Race

These 19 hikes will raise your heart rate, take you to perilous heights, or bring you to awe-inspiring destinations.

Hiking

Galaxy in Front of Supernova Creates Cosmic Mirage: Einstein Cross

A galaxy's alignment lets astronomers watch a strange, distant supernova explode. And then watch it again. And again. And again and again.<p>Far, far away, a galaxy is acting as a cosmic split-screen. Parked in front of an exploding star, the galaxy's gravity is projecting magnified images of the …

Astrophysics

Google Now Teaches You How To Bartend

If you are interested in mixology, then you may want to check out this new Google search feature. Today Google has added a search feature that teaches you how to make cocktails. When you search for how to make a cocktail, Google will offer a list of the ingredients and step-by-step instructions on …

AdWords

Woodstock '69 Artist Payments: Jimi Hendrix Reportedly Tops the List With $18,000 Fee

UG Team<p>Ultimate Guitar<p>UG Team<p>[+] bio<p>UG editorial team. A group of people who are passionate about guitar and music in general.<p>Posted Mar 05, …

Emails show Clinton aides running interference during Benghazi attack

Emails obtained through a federal lawsuit show that two top aides to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were running interference internally during the 2012 Benghazi terror attack.<p>The aides were Philippe Reines, widely described as Clinton’s principal gate-keeper, and Cheryl Mills, who has …

Driving

Jaco Pastorius Is the Most Important Musician You Might Have Never Heard Of

Metallica's Robert Trujillo talks us through the tragic story of a young kid from Florida who turned the his instrument into an absolute weapon.<p>“There was a guitar convention in this hotel where each room was dedicated to a different manufacturer,” explains Robert Trujillo, the Metallica bassist …

Guitar

“Religion is all magical thinking”: Professional skeptic The Amazing Randi has a moral duty to debunk

James “The Amazing” Randi spoke with Salon about “An Honest Liar,” the new documentary about his life’s work<p>Magician. Escape artist. Exposer of faux psychics and trickster preachers alike. For over half a century James “The Amazing” Randi has been all this and more, charming the audiences of Johnny …

16 Of The Most Exciting Books Of 2015 From Independent Publishers

More power to small presses.

DNA evidence shows surprise cultural connections between Britain and Europe 8,000 years ago

<i>The ancient British were not cut off from Europeans on an isolated island 8,000 years ago as previously thought, new research suggests. Researchers</i> …

Anthropology

Everyone Is Getting Way Too Offended by This Hilarious 'Saturday Night Live' ISIS Sketch

It's a scene we've seen a thousand times before: A nervous father drives his precious daughter to the drop-off point to say goodbye. Be it college, …

Comedy

How did WW1 end?

Contrary to Marxist mythology, the First World War ended not through mutiny or popular uprising, but through decisive military defeat. Certainly, the …

World War I

Given a multiverse, does astrology work somewhere?

Whether they exist or not, we can at least think of four different kinds of multiverse. Or maybe five.<p>I find it amazing that the scientific method (or methods, if you prefer) is powerful enough to start classifying different types of multiverse. Max Tegmark has had a go at it, as described here by …

You would’ve hated your heroes: Why history’s great people seem so morally deficient

Winston Churchill was racist. Albert Einstein was a chauvinist. And that’s not even the half of it!<p>In Woody Allen’s "Midnight in Paris," the film's protagonist finds himself transported back in time to the Paris of the 1920s, where he rubs shoulders with the likes of Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott …

Chelsea are ready to rule English football under Jose Mourinho again, says John Terry

Captain believes the 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur in the Capital One Cup final spells the start of a second glorious dynasty for the Portuguese manager<p>The first trophy of <b>Jose Mourinho</b>'s second coming could be the start of a new <b>Chelsea</b> dynasty, according to John Terry.<p>The captain was man of the …

Iraqis mourn destruction of ancient Assyrian statues

<b>Baghdad</b> - On Baghdad’s al-Mutanabi street, Iraqis mourned the destruction of 3,000-year old statues in Mosul almost as if they’d been alive.<p>"I’m so upset I can’t speak about it," said an old friend, her eyes filling with tears.<p>The huge statues of winged bulls with human heads at the gates of …

Mesopotamia

You searched for consciousness

Meet America’s first drug dealer: Arnold Rothstein’s wild, real-life 1920s “Sopranos” story

The modern drug war started with Arnold Rothstein, a criminal master so feared he managed to rig the World Series<p>As I dug deeper, I realized there was a hole in the story of the start of the drug war—a large and cavernous one. It is possible to piece together how this all began through the eyes of …

Richard III buried among women who ate lots of sea fish, archaeologist finds

Mathew Morris, who discovered the king’s body in 2012, has studied the bones of four women nearby whose identities are a mystery – although there is one clue<p>The last Plantagenet, Richard III, was buried among the graves of a group of women, research on the other bodies found under the Leicester car …

Seven Habits of Optimistic People

Happy people live longer and feel better. But how do they stay so upbeat?<p><i>Editor’s Note: This article is one of the top 10 habits to adopt to be better at your job in 2016. See the full list here.</i><p>Optimists aren’t just people who see the glass half full. They also make more money than pessimists and …

Sexy Symbols Found at Ancient Cult Sites in Israel

One hundred prehistoric "cult sites," complete with penis stone structures and artifacts with vulva shapes cut into them, have been discovered in the Eilat Mountains, an extremely arid area of the Negev Desert in Israel.<p>At the sites, which date back around 8,000 years, archaeologists discovered a …

Archaeology

Oil on wild ride; How will it end?

Could Iron Age settlement be the biblical town of Libnah from the Book of Exodus?

Excavations at Tel Burna, an Iron Age settlement in the Shephelah region of modern-day south-central Israel, have revealed artifacts and …

Slumping global oil prices hit Mexico government's budget and its much-touted energy reforms

The lowest oil prices in nearly six years couldn't have come at a worse time for Mexico, which last year opened up oil-sector investment to private companies for the first time in decades.<p>The landmark energy reform aimed to boost revenue by enabling Mexico to tap undeveloped fields and adopt newer …

Mexico

The 3 Key Fundamental Principles For Achieving Massive Success In Your Life

If you’re like most people, we tend to make commitments and not follow through with them. There is nothing inherently wrong with you for failing to …

Motivation

Archaeological study explores drug-taking and altered states in prehistory

Neanderthals on speed 60,000 years ago; Paleolithic art inspired by psilocybin or <i>Amanita muscaria</i> mushroom trips; and alcohol-fueled religious …

Magazine sobre los gadgets y noticias de internet

febrero 16, 2018 Comentarios desactivados en Los mejores métodos de cocción para comer sano<p>Gracias a que existen diversas técnicas para cocinar los …

‘Committed Christian’? Obama’s religious history unmasked

WASHINGTON – Why would President Obama, who professes to be a Christian, apparently harbor such animosity toward what he claims is his own faith?<p>The …

Different Solutions

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Bertrand Russell on Immortality, Why Religion Exists, and What “The Good Life” Really Means

“There are forces making for happiness, and forces making for misery. We do not know which will prevail, but to act wisely we must be aware of both.”<p><b>Bertrand Russell</b> (May 18, 1872–February 2, 1970) is one of humanity’s most grounding yet elevating thinkers, his writing at once lucid and luminous. …