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23 Famous Movies Full of Symbolism You Didn’t Notice

Everything You've Ever Been Told About How You Learn Is A Lie

Three myths your teachers told you about how your brain learns, debunked<p>When I was in middle school and high school, teachers loved to impart various tidbits of wisdom about the way students learn during lectures, always couched in such a way as to indicate these were scientifically accepted facts.</i> …

Celebrate the place the Met calls home with our New York City Pinterest board featuring works depicting the Big Apple in all its splendor. http://met.org/1enZlCg Edward J. Steichen (American (born Luxembourg), 1879–1973) | The Flatiron | 1904, printed 1909

Where Do Dreams Come From?

Dreamland might not require so much imagination after all.<p>When we close our eyes and drift off to sleep, something in our mind spins us fanciful tales of teeth falling out, bouncing around in giant marshmallows in the sky, failing midterms in classes we've never taken, taking a walk in the park …

Swiss artist Andy Denzler applies analog glitches to classical portraiture in his series of glitch paintings 

Swiss artist Andy Denzler applies analog glitches to classical portraiture in his series of glitch paintings

Genre Actors Who've Owned More Than One Iconic Role

When an actor takes on a huge, break-out role, he or she runs a huge risk of getting typecast. This is what leads to things like Leonard Nimoy …

21 Food Superstitions You Should Really Know About

From spilling salt to cutting bananas, here are 21 kitchen-related superstitions you should be aware of.


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The Week In Numbers: A One-Way Trip To Mars, The Next Space Shuttle, And More

<b>$3.6 billion</b>: the funding a team of engineers needs to complete development of the Synergistic Air-Breathing Rocket Engine, a new type of engine that could make runway-to-orbit space missions a reality<p><b>2,656</b>: the number of times these three astronauts orbited Earth during their 166 days aboard the …

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6 Ways to Live a Homemade Life Without Driving Yourself Crazy

Whether due to budget, environmental awareness, or food allergies, many people are starting to move toward a more "homemade life." It may seem like a lot of work, but you don't have to drive yourself crazy! Here are some tips to go homemade without losing your mind.<p>1. <b>Abandon convention.</b> If you have …

Jamie Oliver's Classism; Cocktail Moments in Literature

· Jamie Oliver Should Stop Trying to Teach Poor People How to Eat [Slate]<br>· Great Cocktail Moments in Famous Literature [Smithsonian]<br>· Taylor Farms, Big Food Supplier, Grapples With Frequent Recalls [NYT]<br>· Home of Irish Whiskey Woos Tourists with Fake Shops [Reuters]<br>· US Shops and Restaurants Fight …

Can You Make a Great Gyro Sandwich at Home?

What’s the secret to a delicious homemade version of a gyro, the thin-sliced Greek lamb sandwich? Chowhounds share their tips for marinating, …

Austin's 10 Most Anticipated Fall Openings

Power to the Party: 21 Labor Day Main Dish Recipes for Your End-of-Summer Bash

By now you should be all set with sides and desserts, so now it's time to start thinking about the main event. The old standbys like burger and grilled chicken are great, but Labor Day is a time to pull out the big guns and send off summer right. To that end we've got show-stopping grilled mains …

This Week in Recipes

Appetizers and Condiments<p>Quick Korean Flavored Barbecue Sauce<br>• Quick Fruit and Citrus Barbecue Sauce<p>Sides<p>Eggplant with Spicy Tomato Sauce<br>• German Potato Salad<p>Sandwiches<p>Homemade Chick-Fil-A Sandwiches<br>• Corn, Avocado, and Radish Tartine<br>• Tomato, Alli-oli, and Chive Tartine<br>• Taleggio Cheese and Mission Fig …

Our Favorite Burger Recipes from Classic to "Crunchified"


Southern California Restaurant Debuts Half-Kangaroo, Half-Bacon Burger

Southern California-based burger chain Slater's 50/50 seems poised on creating items that get the web talking.<p>From their signature 50 percent ground beef, 50 percent ground bacon patty, their Orange Chicken Burger, to their notoriously deadly 100 percent ground bacon burger, the chain has a knack …

The 9 Coolest Space Photos From Astronaut Karen Nyberg

Dispatches from Nyberg's Pinterest page<p><i>Click here to enter the gallery</i><p>Our Earth can be a violent, desperate place. Sometimes it's nice to take a broader view and be reminded the blue marble can also be a beautiful place to live. Astronaut Karen Nyberg joined the International Space Station as a …

Surprise virus caused blue chicken eggs - Futurity

Scientists have identified the genetic mutation responsible for the first blue chicken eggs in South American Mapuche fowl.


What Would Happen If I Ate A Teaspoonful Of White Dwarf Star?

"Everything about it would be bad," says Mark Hammergren, an astronomer at Adler Planetarium in Chicago, beginning with your attempt to scoop it up. Despite the fact that white dwarfs are fairly common throughout the universe, the nearest is 8.6 light-years away. Let's assume, though, that you've …

What Blood Shows Scientists About Suicide Risk

A new study of bipolar patients brings researchers closer to creating a blood test for suicidal thoughts.<p>Suicide was responsible for more deaths than motor vehicle crashes were in 2009, but it's not always easy for doctors to tell when someone is at risk. A new study from the Indiana University …

Tracking the Chelyabinsk meteor dust plume

The meteor that plunged through Earth’s atmosphere over Russia on February 15, 2013 lasted just moments. But it created a belt of dust that persisted …


DARPA Wants To Build A Computer That Mimics The Human Brain

The research group wants to develop machines with the capability for higher brain function.<p>The Department of Defense's research arm, DARPA, already has a lot of things on its wish list this year, but go ahead and add one more: a computer with the same brain capabilities as a mammal.<p>DARPA wants to …

NASA Spacecraft Capture an Earth Directed Coronal Mass Ejection -- On August 20, 2013 at 4:24 am EDT, the sun erupted with an Earth-directed coronal mass ejection or CME, a solar phenomenon which can send billions of tons of particles into space that can reach Earth one to three days later. These particles cannot travel through the atmosphere to harm humans on Earth, but they can affect electronic systems in satellites and on the ground. The SOHO LASCO C2 instrument captured this image of the Earth

Zooming in on the birth of a monster star