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Being fat is 'all in the brain' and that's why you can't lose weight

"Eat less, move more" must rank among the most misleading pieces of dieting advice ever offered. Not only does the adage minimise the difficulties of …

How to Accelerate the Removal of Alcohol for Better Performance, Muscle & Leanness | Poliquin Article

Drinking alcohol can be great fun, but the day after can make you consider swearing it off FOREVER. That’s why having a few EFFECTIVE strategies for …

BMW just released its plan to take on Tesla

The automaker is working on a project dubbed Project i20 that is committed to releasing an all-electric car with the autonomous capabilities in late 2021, Automobile Mag first reported. By 2025, the Project i20 car will be fully autonomous.<p>BMW is also planning to release an updated version of its …

Tesla

6 Foods Will Help You Get a Six-Pack | Men's Health

6 Foods to Eat When You’re Trying to Score a Six Pack<p>And 3 that you’ll want to avoid<p>shutterstock<p>Even if you hit the gym daily, you have to pay attention to what you eat to get the definition you want.<p>The right foods power tough workouts, build muscle, and can help you torch any belly fat that might …

Scientists Created The Most Efficient Solar Cells Ever

The conversion of sunlight to electricity has been studied in depth for many years. Engineers in Australia, however, have brought into their research …

Clean Energy

A New Solar Cell Converts The Sun’s Heat Into Usable Energy

This could double the amount of power that solar panels produce<p>The sun gives us so much, providing both lighting and heating for our planet. We try to take advantage of this constant stream of power by using solar panels to convert light into electrical energy. It's a bright idea. But, could we be …

Clean Energy

Scientists have discovered a cell that does something they thought was impossible

Known as the "power house" of the cell, these little subunits within the cell provide the organisms with energy and were thus thought to be essential.<p>But it now seems that actually they might not be that essential, as researchers describe the first eukaryote known that lacks mitochondria.<p>Other …

6 Ways To Reduce Body Fat While Increasing Muscle

Bodybuilding and fitness articles geared toward men often say you need to bulk up when you want to increase muscle tissue. But many women have no …

Want a Better Memory? Science Says Do This

A study suggests this dead simple trick can double the amount you recall.<p>What do you do when you need to commit some sort of information to memory?<p>Let me guess: You take notes.<p>It's a habit most of us learned way back in school when some teacher stuck her lecture notes up on an overhead projector …

Exercise can take 10 years off your brain's age, new study shows - TODAY.com

There’s more evidence that what’s good for your heart is good for your head. A new study shows that people who run, swim or do other moderate exercise have brains that look, on average, 10 years younger than the brains of couch potatoes.<p>Closed Captioning<p>ON<p>OFF<p>apply | reset x<p>font<p>size<p>color<p>Study: Those …

DIY Hydro Power Plant Using Recycled Materials Couldn't Be Simpler To Create

If you live in rural, underdeveloped areas you have to be clever to survive. Many places throughout the world are still without <b>stable power supplies</b>, …

Drugs to treat Alzheimer's Disease will be available within decade, say scientists

Prof John Hardy said it was likely that drugs will be available by 2025 that will radically push back the age at which people develop dementia.<p>A treatment for Alzheimer’s disease will be available within a decade and could ultimately be prescribed like statins to prevent the onset of the illness, …

Scottish ambulances attend 60 drink-related calls a day

Official figures show the number of call-outs where alcohol is not the primary factor but the patient is so drunk it has to be formally recorded by crews.<p>Ambulances in Scotland have to attend more than 60 incidents every day where a patient is so drunk that it has to be formally recorded by medics, …

Failure isn’t the problem, you are

<i>This post originally appeared at LinkedIn. Follow the author here.</i><p>One of the biggest roadblocks to success is the fear of failure. Fear of failure is worse than failure itself because it condemns you to a life of unrealized potential.<p>A successful response to failure is all in your approach. In a …

Motivation

Argentina to generate 8% of electricity from renewable sources by 2017

Renewable energy is making inroads in Argentina. Last week, after much negotiation, the chamber of deputies approved a new law decreeing that, by 2017, the country must generate 8% of its electricity from wind, solar or small-scale hydro power, among other energy sources. The bill also calls for …

Renewable Energy

Don't Even Think Of Storing Your Thanksgiving Potatoes In The Refrigerator

If the United States Potato Board says so, you listen.<p>If you've been storing your spuds in the fridge, you've been missing out on the real flavor of potatoes.<p>Many of us return home from grocery shopping and place all of our produce in the fridge ― it’s perishable, so the logic makes sense. Only, …

Onions

Japanese Researchers Make Glass That's Nearly Unbreakable

Scientists in Japan say they’ve fashioned glass that’s almost as strong as steel.<p>The ability to make super strong glass could lead to a whole new …

Museum calls in National Guard to airlift rare baby dinosaur fossil

This is what happened when the New Mexico Army National Guard used a Black Hawk helicopter to airlift a never-before-seen baby dinosaur fossil<p>This was something that had never been seen before — the full skeletal remains of a baby Pentaceratops, a plant-eating dinosaur with large horns that once …

High-power sound waves used to blast cancer cells

British doctors are developing a revolutionary new therapy for cancer and associated conditions based on the use of high-powered beams of ultrasound.<p>The researchers – working at the Institute of Cancer Research (ICR), at the Royal Marsden hospital in Sutton, outside London – have already used the …

Cancer

14 things successful people do before breakfast

Those among us who have managed to find professional success and eke out a life actively embrace this philosophy. They must set aside their first hours of the day to invest in their top-priority activities before other people's priorities come rushing in.<p>Science supports this strategy. Vanderkam …

World's largest offshore wind farm to be built in the UK

When the UK government began pulling subsidies for onshore wind farms, it meant that private companies dedicated to harvesting renewable energy would no longer receive financial kickbacks when they sold their electricity to energy suppliers. The decision could have affected the UK's total …

7 memory skills that will make you smarter

Take it from Peter Brown, Henry Roediger, and Mark McDaniel, authors of "Make It Stick: The Science Of Successful Learning."<p>"We need to keep learning and remembering all our lives," they write. "Getting ahead at work takes mastery of job skills and difficult colleagues. ... If you're good at …

Yamaha built a motorcycle-driving robot, and it's already challenging a world champion

Watch out, Valentino Rossi<p>The Tokyo Motor Show, known for far-out concepts, is underway in Japan. We've already seen some pretty strange designs ourselves, but none of them are anything like what Yamaha just announced: an autonomous, motorcycle-riding humanoid robot called Motobot.<p>There's little …

'X-Ray Vision' Device Uses Wi-Fi Reflections To See Through Walls

It can even track your hand movements<p>Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) are presenting a new method for seeing through walls. They call it RF-Capture, and it builds on research CSAIL has been working on since 2013. The paper was accepted to the SIGGRAPH …

Smaller, longer-lasting and cheaper batteries store much more energy

While lithium-ion batteries are currently the gold standard for batteries and used in most of our electronics -- smartphones, computers, and more -- …

Research shows brain waves sync to the music we're listening to

Many of us naturally tap our feet when we want to keep in time with a tricky piece of music. However, researchers at New York University have discovered that this physical technique is but one example of our how our bodies naturally interpret tunes. Deep inside our skulls we have two types of …

This Tractor Beam Uses Holograms Made Of Sound To Move Objects

You can now lock on to (very small) targets<p>Every day it seems like <i>Star Trek</i> is looking more like actual science than science fiction. We're working on holographic doctors, transporter beams, and tricorders--and intelligent sliding doors are now a reality.<p>But what about the real-world status of the …

Mitsubishi's using AI to save distracted drivers from themselves

There's no doubt that self-driving vehicles will play a huge part in our automotive future, but until they do, ensuring that human drivers stay safe on the road remains the top priority for car companies. Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi Electric, one of the Mitsubishi Group's many subsidiaries, …