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Out-of-the-Box Router Tips: 4 Changes to Make on Your New Router

Once you have your new router set up, and have updated your password and security, there's still plenty you can do to improve your router's …

Why Are Atheists Generally Smarter Than Religious People?

For more than a millennium, scholars have noticed a curious correlation: Atheists tend to be more intelligent than religious people.<p>It's unclear why …

Psychology

5 Top Books Every Leader Should Read

Leaders are not born, they are made. They make themselvesThe post 5 Top Books Every Leader Should Read appeared first on iamwire.

​DNA data storage landmark: Now it's 215 petabytes per gram or over 100 million movies

Synthetic DNA could be the answer to the world's accelerating data-storage needs, and now researchers have shown that it can have a much higher …

Here’s a drone’s-eye view of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 landing

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Huge Arts District development along L.A. River races for approval; here's an early look

Another high-design megaproject is being pitched for the Arts District, this time right alongside the Los Angeles River.<p>The Gallo family, longtime owner of the Rancho Cold Storage facility on Mesquit Street, has teamed with rising-star Danish architect Bjarke Ingels and real estate firm V.E. …

Chinese roadworkers unearth nest of Forty-Three fossilised dinosaur eggs

The Chinese city that boasts the largest number of dinosaur eggs in the world has added a new batch to its impressive collection.<p>Construction workers …

Hurricane Matthew Unearths 150-Year-Old Civil War Artillery in South Carolina

On Sunday, explosives experts were dispatched to Folly Island, South Carolina, after a resident found what appeared to be at least a dozen Civil War …

9/11 anniversary: Handwritten notes reveal how George W Bush reacted on September 11 2001

Handwritten notes providing the only complete verbatim record of how George W Bush reacted as he received the news of the 9/11 attacks have been made …

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Missing radioactive material found in Iraq

<b>(CNN) —</b> "El-Humdelilah."<p>That's what Iraq's deputy health minister, Dr. Jassim al-Falahi, told CNN on Sunday: "Thank God."<p>Al-Falahi's sigh of relief was over the discovery of some potentially deadly radioactive material that had been missing for months.<p>"We found the missing radioactive material …

Anonymous-linked hacker rescued at sea and then arrested

A purported member of online activist group Anonymous was arrested by the FBI in Miami after a Disney cruise ship rescued him and his wife from a sailboat near Cuba. As <i>NBC</i> reports, the FBI had been investigating Martin Gottesfeld since October 2014 for his possible involvement with Anonymous' …

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Scientists have uncovered exactly what makes a photo memorable

How can any photographer take an image that will never be forgotten? For starters, quit taking nature photos, whether it’s a sunset, mountain range, lake or ocean. Those images are among the least distinctive, according to an MIT algorithm trained to recognize memorable photographs nearly as well …

George Washington

These 11 weapons have been in the US military’s inventory for more than 40 years

The western world is always in a rush for the latest and greatest iPhone or other tech gadgets, but troops know that some weapons systems stand the test of time without too many, if any, mods. Here are 11 of them.

These Maps Illustrate the History and Demographics of the Middle East

With its convoluted history and ever-shifting borders, the Middle East isn’t an area that can be easily understood through words alone. Vox’s Max …

Middle East

We created Islamic extremism: Those blaming Islam for ISIS would have supported Osama bin Laden in the ’80s | Salon.com

The newspaper noted that bin Laden organized a militia of thousands of foreign fighters from throughout the Middle East and North Africa, and "supported them with weapons and his own construction equipment" in their fight against the USSR in the 1980s. "We beat the Soviet Union," bin Laden …

Middle East

Ancient Wonder of the World the Colossus of Rhodes could be REBUILT (complete with a museum inside and a light beacon that can be seen 34 miles away)

• <b>One of tallest ancient world statues, Colossus of Rhodes built in 280BC</b>• <b><br>The 98ft wonder of the world was destroyed by</b> <b>earthquake in 226BC</b> <b></b>• <b><br>Scientists</b> …

Alien Hunters Spent the Last Century Looking for the Black Knight Satellite

Is it a 13,000-year-old blanket from outer space? Maybe.<p>In 1899, Nikola Tesla heard from aliens.<p>The pioneer of radio had constructed a massive tower at his home/laboratory in Colorado Springs for the purpose of experimenting with wireless power, but instead may have accidentally become the first …

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South China Sea: Beijing 'not frightened to fight a war' after US move

State-run media in belligerent mood after USS Lassen challenges Beijing’s territorial claims in disputed Spratly archipelago<p>China is not afraid of fighting a war against the United States in the South China Sea, a state-run newspaper with links to the Communist party has claimed.<p>Related: How …

US tank forced its way into bombed Afghan hospital, says MSF

MSF says US tank forced its way through the closed gates of the Kunduz compound<p>A medical charity whose hospital in northern Afghanistan was bombed by the US military said on Thursday that a US tank forced its way through the closed gates of the compound, contravening an agreement that they would be …

These maps show the London Underground in a way that normal people never get to see

That's partly because the Tube map, while easy-to-read, is wildly out-of-scale.<p>To provide a new perspective, we collected a series of fascinating maps that show the London Underground in a way that's rarely seen by the general public.

Seeking Syria clarity, US set to join Russia military talks

WASHINGTON (AP) — Amid increasing unease and uncertainty over Russia's intentions, the Obama administration plans to accept an offer from Russia for …

Siri interrupts White House press briefing

A very long question about the intricacies of President Barack Obama’s Iran policy proved too much for Siri during the White House press briefing.<p>The iPhone’s personal assistant leapt in as the journalist, having waxed lyrical about a filibuster, asked if the President was disappointed at not …

Test your skills on this mind-bending riddle that only 2% of the world can solve

It's also sometimes attributed to Lewis Carrol, although there's no evidence that either of them actually wrote it.<p>Either way, it's fiendishly clever and is popularly called "Einstein's riddle." It's rumored that only 2% of the world can solve it.<p>See if you can figure it out:<p>There are five houses …

Pocket-Sized Computers : Pocket-Sized Computer

This pocket-sized computer is complete with Windows and about the size of a USB stick. This PC lets you take the full desktop experience and bring it …