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Burgers Done Right the Down-Under Way

Australia, you sure know how to make a burger. So big, bold and delicious and topped with…beets and pineapple? That’s right, red beets and fruit. And …

A #Nepalese woman cooks inside a tent in #Kathmandu on May 5, 2015, at a tent camp set up for people left homeless after an April 25 earthquake that hit #Nepal killing over 7,300 people and leaving tens of thousands homeless. The UN children's agency says the trauma of surviving an earthquake has been compounded by children being left homeless and by the aftershocks that have continued to rock the city since the 7.8-magnitude quake hit on April 25. AFP Photo by Prakash Mathema

10 Easy Ways to Kick-Start Your Metabolism Every Morning

MilanMarkovic78/Shutterstock<p>Your metabolism is one of the major keys to providing your body with the energy it needs to keep going. It converts <b>the</b> …

Wellness

Essential Camping Equipment List

Equipment<p>The guide to Essential Camping Equipment<p>While it’s perfectly acceptable to take the bare minimum and “rough it” for your camping holiday, …

Camping

When It Comes to Wine Glasses, Size and Shape Matter

The Plate<p>A spiffy new camera set-up devised by scientists in Japan indicates that glass shape–just like the wine snobs have been telling us all along–affects the flavor of wine.<p>In a recent study, Kohji Mitsubayashi and colleagues at the Tokyo Medical and Dental University topped wine-filled glasses …

Alcohol

Decades of satellite observations and astronaut photographs show that clouds dominate space-based views of Earth. One study based on nearly a decade of satellite data estimated that about 67 percent of Earth’s surface is typically covered by clouds. This is especially the case over the oceans, where other research shows less than 10 percent of the sky is completely clear of clouds at any one time. Over land, 30 percent of skies are completely cloud free. Earth’s cloudy nature is unmistakable in this global cloud fraction map, based on data collected by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on our Aqua satellite. While MODIS collects enough data to make a new global map of cloudiness every day, this version of the map shows an average of all of the satellite’s cloud observations between July 2002 and April 2015. Colors range from dark blue (no clouds) to light blue (some clouds) to white (frequent clouds). Image Credit

Yahoo sues former staffer for alleged leaks to writer

Yahoo is going after a former employee the company claims was spilling its secrets.<p>The lawsuit alleges that Cecile Lal, who was chief of staff to a vice president at Yahoo, leaked information about the company to journalist Nicholas Carlson for his book "Marissa Mayer and the Fight to Save Yahoo!" …

Santa Clara County

Shenzhen Finance Centre 660 meter's tall. Right now this is tallest construction building in the world. Check out our video from top. YouTube: https://youtu.be/71MAFmlZzi0 #ontheroofs #china #shenzhen

Surprising new study suggests that flying may be greener than driving

If you want to live a green and energy conscious lifestyle, then the travel or transportation choices you make are crucial. That’s because travel uses a great deal more energy than, say, spending time at home, or cleaning, or eating.<p>So what should you do when Thanksgiving is coming, and you’ve got …

Flying

Check Out How Much Fancier Facebook’s New Digs Are

Main Headquarters: An aerial of Facebook's headquarters in Menlo Park, CA on the San Francisco Bay.<br>Steve Proehl—Corbis<p>1 of 16<p><b>Correction …

San Francisco Bay

14% of Zappos' staff left after being offered exit pay

Online shoe seller Zappos offered at least three months of severance to any employee who wanted to leave by the end of April, the <i>Wall Street Journal</i> …