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3 Kitchen Tools That Save Time and Money That I Wouldn’t Want to Live Without

photo: some rights reserved by senorleroyConvenient. Quick and easy. These are a few of my favorite words, especially when it comes to preparing …

Kitchen Gadgets - Page 100 » Coolest Gadgets

by Carolyn<p>I know – this is another day of “wow that’s a gadget I would have never thought of” here at Coolest Gadgets. You all will recall the …

Kitchens

Kitchen Gadgets - Page 48 » Coolest Gadgets

by Edwin<p>So, you are one who is noted to know how to prepare for any eventualities in the future, according to the best of your ability? Surely you …

Kitchens

Kitchen Gadgets - Page 72 » Coolest Gadgets

by Ally<p>Any food that you can put on a stick just becomes ten times better. Thankfully now instead of just sitting at a table and cutting up your …

Gear & Gadgets

EU renews 70% 'solar tax' on Chinese PV

The EU's decision to renew 'punitive' tariffs on imports of PV modules and cells from China will cost the EU's solar installers an extra £700 …

The truth about biofuels: Reality bites

On November 30, as the Paris international climate conference was getting underway, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a long-overdue update of Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) requirements. Originally established in 2005 and then greatly expanded by the Energy Independence and …

Sun-drenched Chelsea loft features massive 44-ft wall of windows

1/9<p>WXY Studio Chelsea Loft<p>NYC-based WXY Studio has renovated a gorgeous Chelsea loft that is drenched in natural light. The 4,000-square-foot …

Lofts

A New Way of Thinking About Spacetime That Turns Everything Inside Out

<i>One of the weirdest aspects of quantum mechanics is entanglement, because two entangled particles affecting each other across vast distances seems to</i> …

Quantum Mechanics

'Outsiders' Crack a 50-Year-Old Math Problem

In 2008, Daniel Spielman told his Yale University colleague Gil Kalai about a computer science problem he was working on, concerning how to …

Mathematics

Ask Ethan: How Do Black Holes Really Evaporate?

Perhaps the greatest thing Stephen Hawking ever discovered — and the reason he’s so renowned among physicists — is that black holes don’t live forever.<p>Rather, they radiate their energy away over extraordinarily long timescales through a process discovered in 1974 that’s now known as Hawking …

Physics

'Spooky Action' Heats Up: Atoms Entangled at Room Temperature

The world of the very small can get pretty wacky — particles can be in two or more places at once, and even become entangled, wherein actions on one …

Scientists have made the most stable source of light, and it could help us find aliens

In late 2017, a European space telescope called CHEOPS will be launched - short for CHaracterising ExOPlanets Satellite. It'll hunt for Earth-like …

findaliens

Sun Could Unleash Devastating 'Superflare'

The sun is capable of firing off an incredibly powerful superflare that could wreak havoc on Earth's technology-dependent society, a new study …

Solar Cycle

New NASA Photos Show Pluto's Surface In Eye-Popping Detail

These are the sharpest images yet of the dwarf planet.<p>Craters and mountains and glaciers. Oh my!<p>New images taken by NASA's New Horizons spacecraft offer the clearest, closest view yet of Pluto's stunning surface.<p>The photos were taken as the spacecraft made its closest approach to the dwarf planet …

Our Future Space Elevator May Be Built of Diamond

If the notion that humans will one day ascend into orbit on a rope of ultra strong carbon nanofibers sounds a <i>bit</i> out of this world, then you’re going …

Nanotech

100 years on, is this Einstein’s greatest gift to human understanding? | Paul Davies

The detection of gravitational waves will open up a new spectrum of the universe – finally demonstrating a theory presented a century ago<p>History may judge 2015 as the year when mankind opened up a completely new window on the universe, exactly a century after Albert Einstein laid the scientific …

blackholes

Junk Bonds Heading For First Loss Since Financial Crisis

<b>By Matt Wirz at Wall Street Journal</b><p>Junk bonds are headed for their first annual loss since the credit crisis, reflecting concerns among investors …

Stock Markets