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42 Ways To Make Your Entire Home Cleaner Than It's Ever Been

:: bookmarks for next weekend ::<p>Bathroom; Kitchen; Bedroom; Living Room; All Around the House; Garage, Basement, and Outdoors

Delicious Fries From Around The World Make Us Wanna Stuff Our Faces

That's it, we're moving.<p>Fries are universally loved around the world, but we must say, some countries do it way better than others.<p>Take Peru, a country that prefers their fries with a sprinkling of hot dogs. Or Vietnam, where butter and sugar are the dipping sauce of choice. And while we <i>are</i> proud …

The mysterious neuroscience of holy buildings - CNN Style

Written by Meera Senthilingam<p>Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind was CNN Style's guest editor for July 2015. Exploring the theme of architecture and emotion, he commissioned a series of features on the relationship between the buildings we create and the way they make us feel.<p>Picture in your …

CNN

Here's the Science Behind Your (Bad) Flirting Habits

A new video takes us through the biological design of our sex drive.<p>"Is [X] flirting with me?" We've all asked ourselves this question. You ask it about the barista who hands you a cup of coffee in <i>just the right way</i>, about the sarcastic friend-of-a-friend who insists on mocking you at gatherings, …

Flirting

Lost cities: where to pretend you are Indiana Jones

Unearthing lost cities used to be the preserve of machete-wielding, Indiana Jones types, but advances in technology lie behind the most recent discoveries rather any derring-do in the jungle.<p>One of the most groundbreaking recent finds lay hidden in Honduras’ near-impenetrable La Moskitia rainforest …

How to say cheers and toast properly in 10 different countries

How a group of Hungarians enjoys a beer is completely different from how people in China knock one back.<p>Break the rules, and you may come off as disrespectful or even curse yourself with seven years of bad sex, according to a myth that's surprisingly common in more than one country.<p>Where you drink …

Alcohol

Badiou's Happiness Lesson

<i>Is it selfish to want to be happy? On the contrary, thinks Alain Badiou: happiness is fundamentally egalitarian and to demand it, against its</i> …

The Fellowship: Why the Inklings Still Matter

<i>The Inklings met here each Thursday night at Magdalen College in C. S. Lewis's rooms.</i><p>Photo: Greg Garrett<p>This summer, I lived for five weeks in Oxford, where the influence of the Inklings -- the group of Oxford writers and thinkers including J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, Charles Williams, and Owen …

'In the Mind Fields' and the renewed emphasis on a mindful approach to mental illness

In a 1956 cover story marking the centenary of Sigmund Freud's birth, Time celebrated the Viennese physician as the father of American psychiatry. While the magazine acknowledged that fewer than 10% of the nation's 9,000 psychiatrists were "hard-core analysts," it estimated that at least 70% of …

Psychology

Lost Palace of Sparta Possibly Uncovered

<i>Updated at 10:45 a.m. E.T. on Aug. 27.</i><p>An ancient Greek palace filled with cultic objects and clay tablets written in a lost script may be the …

What do atheists think?

This is my first submission to the Patheos network, where I am told there is much better chance that my posts will be read by religious believers. …

The Frightening Discovery of the Mount Owen Claw

Nearly three decades ago, a team of archaeologists were carrying out an expedition inside a large cave system on Mount Owen in New Zealand when they …

The Only 4 Knots You Need to Know

<i>You don't need a sailing to learn useful knots; these are four of our favorites.</i><p>T<i>he double bowline knot, used here to suspend mason jars and votives, creates a strong loop at the end of a line.</i><p>When I was younger, my parents took me camping all the time. So at a tender age, I was aware of how to …

Crafting

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Coconut and Chocolate Pie for Two

The phrase "easy as pie" was probably invented while this pie was being made. You need only a handful of ingredients! Bonus: This pie is gluten-free. While I normally run from desserts that lack gluten, this pie kept me coming back, forkful after forkful. You’re going to love this one!<p>Coconut and …

Dessert

What You Didn't Know About the Act of Reading Books

Finding time to read has never been an issue for me. I read different books at different levels — you don’t put the same effort into Harry Potter as …

Books

The 51 Best Fantasy Series Ever Written

Whether you're a Swords and Sorcery type of fantasy reader, a fan of battles and betrayal, or you just want a few more goddamn elves in your life, there's something for you here. These are the truly great fantasy series written in the last 50 years.

Poland: Has Nazi gold 'treasure train' mystery finally been solved?

A castle, a tunnel and a lost train full of Nazi treasure.<p>It is not a Hollywood film script but a real life mystery dating back decades.<p>Two people think they may now have found a Nazi German train rumoured to have disappeared in Poland near the end of World War Two – carrying away guns and looted …

Archaeology

The Mysterious Marree Man of Outback Australia: Largest Geoglyph in the World

By April Holloway | <b>Epoch Times</b><p>Etched into the dry sand of Australia’s barren outback is the world’s largest geoglyph, known as “Marree Man,” an …

Mystery of the Rhynie Man

Archaeologists aim to unravel the mystery of the Rhynie Man, a Pictish symbol stone from the 5th centuryWhen a farmer ploughing an Aberdeenshire …

Archaeology

Mental health problems may explain link between rheumatoid arthritis and cardiovascular disease

Mental health problems like anxiety and depression may partly explain why people with rheumatoid arthritis have an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, according to a new study.<p>Researchers linked anger, anxiety, depressive symptoms, job stress and low social support to increasing risk of …

Arthritis

Aztec human skull rack unearthed at ancient temple in Mexico City

'There are 35 skulls that we can see, but there are many more,' says lead archeologist<p>Archeologists have found the main trophy rack of sacrificed …

10 Awesome Ways to Use Your Herb Garden to Make Cocktails

Is your garden bursting with fragrant herbs? Incorporate them into a refreshing beverage. Here, ten awesome, herbaceous cocktails to make while the …

How to Snap Out of a Funk

Have you ever been in a ragingly dangerous bad mood?<p>A slumpy, frumpy, dumpy, funk?<p>This ain't the good kind of funk that gives you a sick beat and great dance moves. Nope, I'm talking about the burnt-out, stressful funk that hits even the best of us on low days.<p>You know when you just can't snap out …

Happiness

Kitty Who Steals His Neighbors' Belongings Is The Cutest Crook Around

"Looks like he steals hearts as well as shoes!"<p>You better keep a close eye on your belongings, because you never know when this cat burglar's gonna strike.<p>Snorri Sturluson, a 2-year-old cat who lives in Portland, Oregon, has a knack for swiping items from around his neighborhood -- especially …

Be wary of studies that link mental ill health with creativity or a high IQ

The idea that genius and madness are intertwined is an ancient one. But in truth, in this desperately underfunded field, we don’t even have objective tools to diagnose disorders of the mind, let alone back up claims such as this<p>The idea that highly creative or intelligent individuals are especially …

This Bread Recipe Is Older Than the Colosseum

On August 24 in 79 A.D., just before Mount Vesuvius destroyed Pompeii and Herculaneum and preserved their ruins in ash, a baker put his last loaf of …

Ancient Ancestors Had More DNA Than We Do Now: Have we Devolved?

Adding to the number of unsolved mysteries regarding the ancient origins of humanity and the biology of our species, scientists have discovered that …

The Fascinating Power of Meditation: Mind Over Chatter

Life can often seem out of control—but you don’t have to be. Meditate a few days a week and, chances are, you’ll get a better grip on potential frustrations and anxieties. The best part: You can find your way to inner peace and serenity just about anywhere and anytime.<p>As it’s often been said, no …

Mindfulness