Everardo Solorio

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Hops May Leap From Beer to Medicine in the Next Few Years

Maybe there really is a purpose to all those mega-IPAs.<p>Hops give amber and pale ales that floral little bite, but two studies show that they may have a higher purpose: in medication.<p>While it's unlikely that your doctor will soon be prescribing you a bottle of beer for your troubles, a study …


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Lioness Kills Baboon And Finds Its Baby. What Happened Next Is Just Incredible!

What would you see in a black hole?

What would it be like to fly a spacecraft into a black hole? Marcus Woo investigates.<p>Something about a black hole just pulls you in. Sure, its gravity is so strong that not even light can elude its grasp. But, there's something else, something harder to pinpoint. Maybe it's a black hole's absolute …

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When 'Mad Men' Ends, Does TV's Best 'Stealth Feminism' Die, Too?

For seven seasons, Matthew Weiner has devoted himself to creating fascinating, complicated female characters.<p><b>This article appears in the March 2015 issue of ELLE magazine.</b><p>To write about the women of <i>Mad Men</i> in a way that sidesteps the usual fawning, rhapsodic, pin-up calendar approach is to confront …


Spotlight: Anthropologist and Professor Wayne Van Horne

<b>My name is</b> Wayne Van Horne, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anthropology at Kennesaw State University, and <b>my medium is</b> anthropology.<p><b>My love of</b> trying to understand everything about human behavior—what makes us tick, why we do the things we do, why people act so differently in cultures all around the …

Revealed: the terrifying 9ft-long crocodile which walked like a human

US scientists say they have discovered fossils of the ‘Carolina butcher’, a pre-dinosaur beast with sharp teeth<p>Scientists have unearthed fossils in the United States of a big land-dwelling crocodile that lived about 231 million years ago, walked on its hind legs and was a top land predator right …


Chief Keef and Andy Milonakis's "GLOGANG" Video Might Be the Greatest Thing Ever Committed to Film

If Andy Milonakis and Chief Keef flying through space in a Rolls-Royce doesn't make you insanely happy, what will?<p>Here at Noisey, we often find ourselves asking, "what's the coolest thing you can possibly imagine?" But even in our wildest thought experiments, we've never landed on the objectively …

A Latino History of Hip-Hop: Part 1

Latino hip-hop legends Devastating Tito, Lee Quiñones, and Charlie Chase break down the four elements of hip-hop: MCing, DJing, graffiti, and break dancing.

Stone Brewing declines to move to South Carolina

South Carolina news on WIStv.comNEWSMore>><p>Posted:Thursday, February 8 2018 3:01 AM EST2018-02-08 08:01:25 GMT<p>Updated:Thursday, February 8 2018 9:26 …

Another image of Fantastic Mr. Fox 🐺 It was such a memorable encounter with this little guy. I turned the corner and saw him next to a stopped pickup truck in the middle of the road. The snowmobilers told me that he was friendly, and boy were they right. I freaked out, parked, and swiftly grabbed my camera. I sat in the middle of the road for 10 minutes with him. No cars, not a soul around, just me and Mr. Fox. Life changing! The two fox photos are iPhone, excited to share the DSLR images! #northandeast

Vitamin E Might Help Slow Alzheimer's Early On

Alzheimer's is a disease without a cure, and the available treatments only slow its progression for a bit. Now there's evidence vitamin E may help hold it at bay, at least for people in the early stages of the disease.<p>The finding, though inconclusive, is a bit of a surprise. Vitamin E has gotten a …

Here's How Young Farmers Looking For Land Are Getting Creative

Across the country, there's a wave of interest in local food. And a new generation of young farmers is trying to grow it.<p>Many of these farmers — many of whom didn't grow up on farms — would like to stay close to cities. After all, that's where the demand for local food is.<p>The problem is, that's …