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How to Insulate an Attic and Slash Your Heating Bill to Boot

A house without enough insulation is like a kid without a coat—bound to get cold. So if you're sick of drafts and high heating bills, it might be …

The 13 healthiest countries in the world to live in as an expat

In a new survey by InterNations, the world's largest network for people who live and work abroad, expats ranked their health and well-being in the countries that they lived or lived in as part of a wider report on the quality of living for those who move abroad.<p>InterNations asked 14,300 people …

10 best road trips in the world | CNN Travel

Pacific Islanders Appear to Be Carrying The DNA of an Unknown Human Species

A third extinct human relative.<p>Hints of an unidentified, extinct human species have been found in the DNA of modern Melanesians - those living in a …

Top Tourist Attractions and Sights in Colorado | Amazing Vacation Tips

The most famous location of visitors Colorado is the lovely zone of fantastic traits, sightseeing as well as natural beauty to delight in throughout …

You'll Be Able to See All 47 National Parks Along This Insane Road Trip

Start packing.<p>We already know the most efficient and sight-packed route to drive to see all the continental states, but what if you only wanted to focus on seeing the most beautiful nature in America? A map for that exists now too.<p>Randy Olson, senior data scientist at the University of …

Manhattan’s Dead Rabbit Is Named the World's Best Bar

The 2016 installment of the World’s 50 Best Bars is not a good list.<p>To be clear, regarded as a tally of places that put out first-rate cocktails, it …

How to build a drywall arch | HowToSpecialist - How to Build, Step by Step DIY Plans

This step by step diy article is about <b>how to build a drywall arch</b>, on a metal or wooden frame. Building a <b>metal stud frame arch</b> is not as difficult as …

Just outside of Yosemite is a trailer park with the vintage trailers of your dreams | Adventure Sports Network

Vintage trailers are having quite a moment. While they’ve always been freakin’ awesome, it seems people are taking our undying love for them and …

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Foula, Scotland—the Most Remote Inhabited Island in Great Britain

Foula Island, part of Scotland’s Shetland Islands, is home to a population of only thirty people who primarily earn their living as sheep and pony farmers. The island has been owned by the Holbourn family for the past hundred years. Growing numbers of visitors are making their way to Foula as bird …

Roman bullets tell story of 1,800-year-old attack on Scottish fort

A bloody assault by Roman legions on a hill fort in Scotland around 1,800 years ago is being pieced together using the remains of Roman missile weapons that were used in the attack.<p>The excavations at Burnswark Hill, in the Dumfries region of southwest Scotland, have unearthed the largest cache of …

Midwest Couple Chases National Park Dream to Glacier

U.S. news<p><i>The National Park Service turns 100 years old this month. Fifty-nine U.S. National Parks cover almost 52 million acres across 27 different states. Last year, they saw a record 305 million visitors. To recognize the centennial of the system protecting these American treasures, NBC News will</i> …

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Archaeologists just uncovered one of the biggest Mayan tombs ever

The team uncovered the tomb in Xunantunich, an ancient city in Western Belize that once served as a ceremonial centre for the Maya, under the stairway of a temple.<p>"In other words, it appears that the temple was purposely erected for the primary purpose of enclosing the tomb," team leader Jaime Awe …

How to visit nearly every national park in one epic road trip

By Christopher Ingraham<p>Christopher Ingraham<p>Reporter covering all things data<p>Email Bio Follow<p>This month, the National Park Service marks its 100th anniversary. One of Wonkblog's favorite data scientists, a guy named Randal Olson who's a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania, decided to mark …

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13 Waterfalls You Need in Your Life: No Passport Required

If there's a pot of gold at the end of every rainbow, then there should be a waterfall at the end of every hike. Why? Well, along with the chance to take in a majestic natural landscape, the rush of all that water may give your brain a biochemical boost. According to the Center for Applied …

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Study Finds Where You Lost Your Train of Thought

Wellness<p>Researchers have found just where you lost your train of thought.<p>They’ve seen what’s happening in the brain at the moment we get startled and lose our train of thought, and they’ve turned up a link between that just-lost thought and one of the classic symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.<p>It …

A man’s discovery of bones under his pub could forever change what we know about the Irish

By Peter Whoriskey<p>Peter Whoriskey<p>Reporter focusing on investigations of economic and financial issues<p>Email Bio Follow<p>Ten years ago, an Irish pub owner was clearing land for a driveway when his digging exposed an unusually large flat stone. The stone obscured a dark gap underneath. He grabbed a …

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Where do Neanderthals come from? Oldest DNA reveals clues.

The oldest Neanderthal DNA yet has been extracted and studied, highlighting the shift among anthropologists away from seeing Neanderthals as …

Story of cities #3: the birth of Baghdad was a landmark for world civilisation

The foundation of al-Mansur’s ‘Round City’ in 762 was a glorious milestone in the history of urban design. It developed into the cultural centre of the world<p>If Baghdad today is a byword for inner-city decay and violence on an unspeakable scale, its foundation 1,250 years ago was a glorious …

Marine archaeologists discover rare artefacts at 1503 shipwreck site

British-led team off coast of Oman find the Esmeralda, the earliest wreck ever found from the European ‘Age of Discovery’<p>A British-led archaeological expedition has uncovered the 500-year-old wreck site of what it claims is the earliest ship ever found from Europe’s “Age of Discovery”, a Portuguese …

Dinosaur find resolves T. rex mystery

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/science_environment/1232000/1232341_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1534398374_b19fcdcbb54e114f1688ebf9be880288<p><b>A newly discovered species of Tyrannosaur - the group of meat-eating dinosaurs to which the infamous T. rex belongs - could hold the key</b> …

The empire the world forgot

Ruled by a dizzying array of kingdoms and empires over the centuries, the former regional power of Ani is now an eerie, abandoned city of ghosts.<p><b>An abandoned city of ghosts</b><br>Ruled by a dizzying array of kingdoms and empires over the centuries – from the Byzantines to the Ottomans – the city of Ani …

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Early human habitat, recreated for first time, shows life was no picnic: Pioneering Rutgers scientist helps reconstruct an ancient East African landscape where human ancestors lived 1.8 million years ago

Pioneering Rutgers scientist helps reconstruct an ancient East African landscape where human ancestors lived 1.8 million years ago<p>Scientists have …

An ancient Australian connection to India?

When was the remote Australian continent first settled? Where did these ancient Australians come from? Was the island settled once, or on multiple occasions? Is there a genealogical connection between the indigenous people of Australia and India?<p>These are questions I’ve spent almost two decades …

Meat eating accelerated face evolution

<b>Eating raw meat and making stone tools may be behind the smaller teeth and faces of humans compared with their ancient relatives.</b><p>Meat and tools, not the advent of cooking, was the trigger that freed early humans to develop a smaller chewing apparatus, a study suggests.<p>This in turn may have allowed …

Gorgeous color photos from the Great Depression show life in one of America's darkest times

The US entered the Great Depression — one of history's great financial calamities — in the late 1920s, and the country spent most of the 1930s mired in a debilitating economic malaise.<p>It ultimately took the outbreak of World War II to help the US wrench itself out of the protracted slump.<p>Photos of …

Rare Civil War-era shipwreck discovered in the ocean

There's a historical enigma lying on the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of North Carolina. A sonar search of the ocean floor in late February revealed an iron-hulled steamer ship dating to the days of the Civil War, a conflict that lasted from 1861 to 1865.<p>Famous Civil War land battles …

2,500-year-old seal from First Temple period unearthed in Jerusalem

‘Owner of seal was exceptional compared to other women of First Temple period: She had legal status allowing her to conduct business and possess …

The 5 best places to go camping year-round

Turn off your cell phone, take a deep breath of fresh air, and plan an off-season excursion to one of these year-round campgrounds.

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