John Pace

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Should You Claim Social Security at 70? Probably Not

The more you know, the more money you can get from Social Security --- potentially thousands more.<p>When should you start collecting your Social …

Retirement

Is The MLS Dead? The Threat Of Tech And New Homebuying Habits

One of the biggest benefits of using a real estate agent has long been their access to the Multiple Listing Service (MLS)—a comprehensive database of agent- and broker-listed homes in any given area.<p>Sellers enjoyed more exposure for their properties, while buyers had access to exclusive listings …

Real Estate

A Neuroscientist Reveals The Most Important Choice You Can Make in Life

Choose wisely.<p>According to Moran Cerf, a neuroscientist at Northwestern University who has been studying decision-making for over a decade, the …

Scientists Discover a Tiny Stomach Hidden Inside Lung Tumours, Because Cancer Is Changing

"Cancer cells will do whatever it takes to survive."<p>Researchers recently spotted a miniature stomach, duodenum, and small intestine hidden among the …

The Galaxy S9 is seeing real-world LTE speeds that make the iPhone X look antique

While the iPhone X might have been a trend-setting among Android phones in all the worst possible ways, Apple is far behind the curve when it comes …

Mobile

Neil deGrasse Tyson: we don't understand the most fundamental aspects of our universe

We have nanobots that swim inside our bodies and monitor our vital organs. We have autonomous robots that work alongside human doctors to perform …

Dark Matter

All the Things We've Learned About the Instant Pot

We've been using and writing about the Instant Pot for years now (since 2015!) and man have we learned a lot. Aside from just general usage (<i>what's</i> …

Recipes for a Day Off

Good morning. It is Presidents’ Day and, for some of us, that fact comes just in time, after weeks of February grimness, always heading off to work in the dark, heading home in the same, going to the store, cooking and eating and cleaning and walking the dog, then pitchpoling into bed only to …

Recipes

Getting More People to Like Your Business' Facebook Page

Learn how to run a successful Like campaign, the foundation of all Facebook advertising.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p><i>The following excerpt is from</i> <i>Perry Marshall</i><i>,</i> <i>Keith Krance</i> <i>and Thomas Meloche’s book</i> Ultimate Guide to Facebook Advertising. <i>Buy it now from</i> Amazon | …

Trump defended the US response as Puerto Ricans queue for basic supplies and 95% remain without power – but Carmen Yulín Cruz fired back just as strong<p>The war of words between the president of the United States, population 324 million, and the mayor of Puerto Rico’s capital San Juan, population …

Donald Trump

LinkedIn's CEO Jeff Weiner Just Shared Some Brilliant Career Advice | Inc.com

With a 97 percent employee approval rating on Glassdoor, LinkedIn's Jeff Weiner has developed a reputation as one of the most beloved CEOs in the world.<p>Weiner recently shared his advice on what it takes to reach employees on a deeper level:<p>"Inspire, empower, listen & appreciate. Practicing any one …

Leadership

There’s plenty of space for the relatives in these properties, from Lincolnshire to Scotland, as they all have self-contained granny flats

Housing

Want to Be a Lot Happier? Science Says Do Any 1 of These 9 Things

Or do them all. They work. Science says so.<p>Everyone wants to be happy, but many people aren't (especially people who live in Burundi.)<p>So how can you be happier?<p>If you want to be happier, there's good news and bad. Unfortunately, approximately 50% of your happiness, your "happiness set-point," is …

Happiness

Most of us think of microbes as germs to be feared and killed. In fact they hold the key to improving our health – and may be the key to tackling obesity<p>‘So, what’s in the thermos?” I asked.<p>I was standing in a lift at Washington University in St Louis, with Professor Jeff Gordon and two of his …

Microbiology

Want to Stick to Your Habits? Science Says This Will Double Your Success Rate

This will ensure your positive habits always happen, no matter what.<p>The internet is chock full of good habits that can change your success for the better. But actually sticking to them is a completely different story.<p>This unexpected journey called life gets in the way, and when we have a task list …

Hubble showcases Crab Nebula's 'beating heart'

<b>(CNN) —</b> Nearly a thousand years ago, a "guest star" appeared in the sky, shining almost as brightly as the moon and six times more vibrant than Venus. Chinese, Japanese, Arabic and possibly Native American astronomers recorded the event in 1054, according to NASA. Although it was visible during the …

Haunting photos show a ghost town destroyed by nuclear disaster Fukushima, and the residents who dared to go back

The devastating string of events caused thousands of deaths, and over 100,000 people were forced to evacuate their homes in the Fukushima Daiichi area.<p>Photographers Carlos Ayesta and Guillaume Bression were on the ground on the days after the diaster, documenting the horrific events — but their …

A surprising number of animals can reproduce without sex

Virgin births are a thing, and they've been happening for millennia in some animals.<p>It's something called parthenogenesis, which basically just means reproduction without fertilization.<p>The mother provides both sets of the DNA necessary to create an embryo, which is typically female.<p>Here are the …

Costco switches to Visa: It stops taking American Express credit cards

A longtime checkout-line hassle for many Costco shoppers has ended, as the popular wholesale club has flipped the switch on its new credit card policy. It has stopped accepting American Express and started taking only Visa — a dramatic changeover for a merchant with about 81 million members …

The 1 Tactic All Successful Salespeople Use, According to Science | Inc.com

In 1960, toymaker Harold von Braunhut created a product he felt certain would be his biggest hit to date--a dehydrated strain of brine shrimp that could be reanimated simply by adding water. He named his product Instant Life and waited for the dollars to roll in.<p>The product flopped …

Customers

In 1976 Richard Dawkins’s study of evolutionary theory became the first popular science bestseller. How do its ideas stand up today?<p>It’s 40 years since Richard Dawkins suggested, in the opening words of <i>The Selfish Gene</i>, that, were an alien to visit Earth, the question it would pose to judge our …

Biology

Harvard Scientist Engineers Bacterium That Inhales CO2, Produces Energy -- A 'Bionic Leaf'

The chemist who gave us the artificial leaf has genetically engineered bacteria to absorb hydrogen and carbon dioxide and convert them into alcohol fuel.<p>When Harvard Professor of Energy Daniel G. Nocera announced he was working with bacteria last year, other scientists cautioned it would be …

University of Chicago

SAM ZELL: It's really hard not to be a seller in real estate right now

"No one has ever accused me of not being a realist," Sam Zell told CNBC. The chairman of Equity Group Investments and of apartment mega-landlord Equity Residential was talking about the markets for office and apartment buildings in some major cities that have already peaked.<p>"Overall we've come off …

All About Nightshades

Quick, what do potatoes, paprika, and eggplant all have in common? If you said “delicious,” you aren’t far off, but there’s a more important …

Hypothyroidism Diet + Natural Treatment - Dr. Axe

Hypothyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid gland is underactive and doesn’t properly make or release thyroid hormones. The <b>thyroid</b> gland …

How you create the universe

By Deepak Chopra, MD and Menas C. Kafatos, Ph.D.<p>We all identify with the physical world and would be shocked to discover that this is a mistake. Even in an age of faith like the Middle Ages, when people believed in miracles and attributed creation to an omnipotent God, the physicality of things was …

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