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Unexplained’s paranormal tales have astonished millions of listeners. As the show returns, its creator reveals the new mysteries to come<p>Richard MacLean Smith is unspooling a remarkable story about his grandad during the second world war. “He was in a mid-air crash and his plane got cut in half,” …

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Say goodbye to kale: the superfood trends for 2017 - and five new ingredients to watch

According to Mintel’s 2017 global food and drink report, plant-based diets are set to explode into the mainstream this year, which makes sense, given that veganism has grown a staggering 360 per cent in the last decade. But never mind growing your own, they’re going to get extremely hi-tech. …

Queer Culture in the Age of Transgender Disruption

How the transgender community maintains the radical potential of queerness in an age of assimilation.<p>A few days after last summer's shooting at Orlando's Pulse nightclub, I was at a nearby club called Southern Nights when a girl named Adriana—ample-cheeked, glowing in blacklight—sat next to me on …

Family Lives in the Arctic Circle by Building Cob House in a Solar Geodesic Dome

The Arctic Circle conjures up images of extreme weather conditions, but one family has managed to create their own cozy oasis in the far reaches of Norway. The Hjertefølger family has been living on Norway’s Sandhornøya island, where they started their journey into sustainable living, since 2013. …

Let Emma Watson's Year In Books Inspire Your 2017 Reading List

She's lit.<p>When you consider the series that made her a household name, it’s not that shocking to note that Emma Watson is quite literary.<p>This year, the British actress released her 2016 reading list on Goodreads for all of us to enjoy. Over the course of the past 366 days, the former “Harry Potter” …

The 7 human rights issues that will shape the next generation

Nothing about the future is ever entirely certain. In a time of growing anxiety, shifting international power balances and technological change, the …

17 Badass Women You Probably Didn’t Hear About In 2016

Badass women alert.<p>The unidentified girl took part in a protest to mark the anniversary of Chile’s 1973 military coup.<p>According to <i>La Tercera,</i> the photo was taken after police began randomly arresting people from a group marching through the city. The photographer, Carlos Vera Mancilla, said the …

Why You Should Crack an Egg Into Your Coffee Grounds

I remember watching my grandmother make us <b>egg coffee</b> when we’d visit her summertime cabin home on the orange-tinged shores of Lake Esquagama, Minnesota. She’d crack an egg into a small bowl and beat it until thoroughly blended, then mix the egg into dry coffee grounds (we were a Hills Bros. family, …

The 15-Minute Habit Worth Making Time For

In conducting personal (read: not at all scientifically rigorous or thorough) research for this article, I asked anyone willing to talk to me if they …

Ouija: Origin of Evil and the True History of the Ouija Board

The new movie <i>Ouija: Origin of Evil</i>— one of 2016’s Halloween-season horror movie offerings, arriving in theaters on Friday—is just the latest example …

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The ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Writers Explain Why They Made Thanos The Main Character<p>'Westworld' Season Two Begins With A Bloody 'Journey Into …

We All Have a Gene That Predetermines Who We Are Attracted To, Says Science

One study on attraction found something very interesting.<p>Red hot attraction at first sight comes down to…<i>genetic coding</i>? That’s what scientists …

Cancer Immunotherapy At A Crossroads

It was in 1909 that Nobel Prize-winning German physician Paul Ehrlich proposed the idea that our bodies are fighting constant battles with cancer and that, thankfully, most of the time we win.<p>Ehrlich was a visionary in recognizing the interaction between cancer and the immune system. Specifically, …

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How Lack of Sleep Can Tremendously Affect Our Emotions

Insomnia is a common but highly irritating problem. A new study finds that a person's emotions can be negatively impacted by lack of sleep.

Homosexuality, a Western vice: In much of the Middle East, it’s getting more dangerous to be gay

“It’s not the right time for advancing gay rights here”<p><i>This article originally appeared on GlobalPost.</i><p>Just after it became known in June that the attacker of Orlando's Pulse nightclub had pledged allegiance to ISIS, Egypt’s foreign ministry immediately moved to condemn the attack on a U.S. gay …

DNA from 17th-Century Teeth Confirms Cause of London’s Great Plague

DNA testing on teeth has officially confirmed the cause of London’s 1665-1666 Great Plague, which tore through the city killing almost a quarter of …

Experts Say These Are the Types of Questions You Should Be Asking on Dates

Gird your loins.<p>The craze over the 36 Questions posited by the <i>New York Times</i> last year as the pathway to falling in love with someone would draw skepticism from any true love cynic. The thinking behind the questions — ranging from mild to moderately probing questions about life and death and …

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No, You're Not In A Common-Law Marriage After 7 Years Together

So you've been with your partner for a long time. It's time to start considering yourselves common-law married, a sort of "marriage-like" status that triggers when you've lived together for seven years. Right?<p>Nope. That's all bogus.<p>For one, common-law marriage, which traces its roots to old English …

From dream to nightmare: when your sperm donor has secrets

Sperm donor 9623 looked good on paper. An IQ of 160. A bachelor’s degree in neuroscience, a master’s in artificial intelligence, en route to a PhD in neuroscience engineering. A passion for “crystallography, algorithms and fitness”. Ontario couple Elizabeth Hanson and Angela Collins thought they …

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The most educated city in Europe is London. This is why it has no global equal

College students tend to flock to dense, urban areas after graduation, seeking the types of skilled-labor jobs that are most widely available in large cities. So it makes perfect sense, then, that London—the biggest city in Europe, with a population of 8.6 million—has the highest concentration of …

Why Men Are Posting Selfies With This Hand Gesture

It's for a great cause.<p>A simple hand gesture has taken on a very important meaning across social media over the past month.<p>When people post selfies with their thumbs and pointer fingers connected in a circle, commonly interpreted as a gesture of “OK” ― they’re actually trying to save lives.<p>As part …

California is about to find out what a truly radical climate policy looks like

California has long prided itself on being a world leader on climate change — and with good reason.<p>Within the United States, California is No. 1 (by far) in solar power and No. 3 in wind power. It boasts the third-lowest carbon dioxide emissions per capita behind New York and Vermont. Since 2000, …

A Hero For The Arts And Sciences: Upcoming Marvel Covers Promote STEAM Fields

Typically superheroes spend their summertime helming big budget franchises for movie studios. This year, with blockbuster season winding down and schools opening their doors, Marvel's following up its summer at the multiplex by giving its superheroes a new assignment.<p>Last week, the publisher …

New Concerns Arise About Mental Health Of College Students

BOSTON (CBS) – New concerns arise about the mental health of students on college campuses all across the country.<p>Dr. Gene Beresin, a psychiatrist and …

Cursive Law Writes New Chapter For Handwriting In Alabama's Schools

Second-grader Caedmon Craig is attempting to write in cursive, and he is being helped by his mother. But a lot of erasing is happening at this kitchen table in Prattville, Ala. This school year Caedmon will be writing in cursive for the first time. For now he is only required to write his cursive …

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