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What IS this strange sound from the sky? Noise heard across the globe for nearly a DECADE - but nobody has an explanation

A mysterious noise from the sky is continuing to baffle people all over the world - as well as giving those who hear it sleepless nights.<p>Sounding …

Best Summer Trips 2015

Travel<p>Make this a summer to remember by snowboarding in the Australian Alps, stargazing in a Sedona red rock canyon, or exploring a volcanic Global Geopark in South Korea. Whether you’re craving adventure or relaxation, our editors’ list of ten Best Summer Trips—plus one reader’s choice—offers a …

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Science Explains Why Tomato Juice Tastes Best on a Plane

Airplane food is notorious for tasting like crap, but scientists say that is due to more than processed, gloppy ingredients. According to a new study by researchers at Cornell University, certain items aren't all that palatable 36,000 feet in the air all because of loud airplane noise. Robin Dando, …

When 1 + 0 = 2, or DIY Butter

<i>We originally ran this post in 2015, but we brought it back because we had a hankering for butter and toast.</i><p><i>It's always more fun to DIY. Every week, we'll spare you a trip to the grocery store and show you how to make small batches of great foods at home.</i><p><i>Today:</i> <i>Make your own butter in a one-step</i> …

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June 2015

Humans have shorter attention span than goldfish, thanks to smartphones

The average human's attention span is... oh look, a bird!<p>According to scientists, the age of smartphones has left humans with such a short attention span even a goldfish can hold a thought for longer.<p>Researchers surveyed 2,000 participants in Canada and studied the brain activity of 112 others …

June 2015

These bladeless wind turbines shake to generate electricity

Farms dotted with the gigantic spinning blades of wind turbines have become a standard sight on long-distance road trips, but what if there was another way to capture energy from the wind? A startup out of Spain is working on that very idea. The company's called Vortex Bladeless, and its turbines …

Jay Z’s plan for streaming music is an artist-driven social network

The rapper Jay Z once remarked on whether he should rhyme to the best of his ability or sell as many records as possible by comparing himself to other hip-hop artists well-loved by purists but who don’t sell much:<p>If skills sold truth be told, I’d probably be<br>Lyrically Talib KweliTruthfully, I wanna …

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The New York Times thinks it's identified mysterious bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto

The search for Nakamoto's identity has lasted years, with myriad theories, but new evidence suggests that a man who has long been considered a possible Nakamoto may indeed be the inventor behind bitcoin.<p>The New York Times has published a new longform piece (which features material from a …

Allegations of S. Korean atrocities arising 40 years after Vietnam War

Since he returned home to South Korea more than four decades ago, Kim Sung-wook's service in the Vietnam War has been a source of pride.<p>The former soldier says he and the 300,000 other troops South Korea sent to the conflict sacrificed their youth and health to try to protect democracy.<p>But, he …

Philadelphia train 'may have been shot at' before crash

Conductor tells investigators two trains hit by projectiles shortly before one of them crashed near Philadelphia last week, killing eight people<p>The FBI is to investigate whether a train that derailed along one of the busiest US tracks had been shot at or struck by a missile in the moments before it …

'Playing Around With Telescopes' To Explore Secrets Of The Universe

Shrinivas Kulkarni, an astronomy and planetary science professor at the California Institute of Technology, is a serious astronomer. But not too serious.<p>"We astronomers are supposed to say, 'We wonder about the stars and we really want to think about it,' " says Kulkarni — in other words, think …