Don Caverhill

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The Genius Trick for Perfect Scrambled Eggs

<i>Every week—often with your help—Food52's Executive Editor Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that are nothing short of genius.</i> <i>Today: Finally!</i> …

Breakfast

Loki, A Deep-Sea Microbe, Helps Better Explain Evolution Of Complex Cells: Study

A team of researchers has discovered what they believe to be the missing link in the evolution of complex cells. In a study, published in the journal …

Three-Dimensional DNA Code Defies Evolution

Scientists have long been baffled as to what actually tells proteins called <i>transcription</i> <i>factors</i> (TFs) where to bind in the genome to turn genes off …

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Noir Festival to Feature Q&A With Son of Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall

Noir City Festival takes place April 3-19 in Hollywood.<p>Film noir fans might want to clear their calendars.<p>The Noir City Festival has unveiled its …

Crime Drama

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Light's wave-particle duality imaged for the first time

The weird way that light can behave as both a wave and a particle has been known to physicists for about a century, but a team in Lausanne has only …

Quantum Physics

String Theorists Simulate the Big Bang

Japanese physicists have created a string theory model that simulates the birth of the universe. In their model, the Big Bang was a …

Physics

Hacking the Tripping Mind: A Fantastic Voyage Through Inner Space

Pay attention. What if you could focus and control your consciousness when under the influence of psychedelics? Cognitive roller-coasters may be upon …

U.S. East Coast braces for 'historic' blizzard on Monday

NEW YORK/MAPLEWOOD, N.J. (Reuters) - A massive, wind-whipped blizzard slammed into the U.S. Northeast on Monday, creating havoc for more than 60 million people and forcing New York City to shut down on a scale not seen since Superstorm Sandy devastated the region in 2012.<p>The potentially historic …

Weather

'Shakespeare nerd' Maggie Grace has been 'Taken' by the action genre

Liam Neeson and Maggie Grace have developed such a strong bond playing father and daughter in the blockbuster "Taken" franchise of action-thrillers that the two have become like family.<p>"The way he is with me and my family — it's so amazing and lovely," Grace said. "Every time I see him he asks …

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11 Innovative Gifts Everyone Will Want in 2019

With so many innovative products on the market, it’s easy to feel like you’re already living in the future. If you’re really looking for the next big …

Science Ornaments for Your Christmas Tree

A traditionally-decorated Christmas tree is nice, but you have a world of opportunities to personalize yours. If you are a scientist, or you just …

Pop Culture

Roy Brown – Hard Luck Blues (1976)

<b>Roy Brown – Hard Luck Blues (1976)</b><p>Roy Brown's highly influential crying vocal style is convincingly showcased on this two-record set of his late-'40s …

Men's Fashion, Style, Grooming, Fitness, Lifestyle, News & Politics

Best of GQ<p>What Artur Samarin pulled off at a school in small-town Pennsylvania is one of the boldest hoaxes of our time.<p>By Daniel Riley14 hours …

Maria Merian’s Butterflies: The Illustrated Story of How a 17th-Century Woman Forever Changed the Course of Science Through Art

While putting together the annual omnibus of the year’s best children’s books, I was reminded of how woefully rare inspired children’s books about science are in our culture — as rare, perhaps, as are homages to pioneering female scientists and celebrations of the intersection of art and science. …

5 more apps that make you say 'Wow!'

There are approximately 1.3 million apps available for our smartphones and tablets. Many are simply a bad idea. Most are average in use or scope. Fortunately, some very innovative developers have changed the way we used to do things for the better. Here are five mind-boggling apps that I know …

Party Like a President: True Tales of Inebriation, Lechery, and Mischief From the Oval Office

There’s the office: President of the United States. And then there’s the man in the office—prone to temptation and looking to unwind after a long day …

These X's Are The Same Shade, So What Does That Say About Color?

Learning to name the colors is a ritual of childhood. At first kids have no clue; often they'll just say everything is "boo." Pretty soon, though, they can rattle off Roy G. Biv with aplomb. Still, that doesn't mean they understand what color actually is.<p>Mark Fairchild, who studies color and vision …

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Lost in Translation: An Illustrated Catalog of Beautiful Untranslatable Words from Around the World

<i>“Words belong to each other,”</i> Virginia Woolf said in the only surviving recording of her voice, a magnificent meditation on the beauty of language. But what happens when words are kept apart by too much unbridgeable otherness? <i>“Barring downright deceivers, mild imbeciles and impotent poets, there</i> …

The Veldman Brothers - Spreadin' Around (2011)

<b>The Veldman Brothers - Spreadin' Around (2011)</b><p>SRV! Aficionados of 1980’s blues know exactly of whom I speak: the late Stevie Ray Vaughan. When he …

Guitar

21 Rhetorical Devices Explained

Rhetoric is often defined as “the art of language.” That might sound like a bit of a cliché (which it is), but it’s actually quite a nice way of …

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