Jonathan Cole

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How 10 Classic Foods Made Their Way to America

<b>by Carter Maness and Gabe Luzier</b><p>1. Popcorn<p>More than 4,000 years old, the earliest popcorn kernels were discovered in a Mexican bat cave once occupied …

This Japanese Company Wants to Build a Submersible City on the High Seas

Powered by biogas and thermal heating, the city would rest on the surface but go under the sea when needed.<p>Shimizu Corp has a new audacious idea: a domed city on the surface of the ocean, powered by biogas from microorganisms and thermal heating from the ocean floor. Up to 5,000 people could live …

Refining The Starch-Based Paleo Message: No Added Fat

<b>First, here’s the background for review, if you’re just getting wind of all this.</b><p>See the first sections of this recent post on Tiger Nuts and …

You Won't Believe What Surgeons Found in Bode Miller's Back

And why is it blue?<p>The entire <i>Men’s Health</i> office cringed when they saw Bode Miller’s recent Instagram pic (shown above).<p>The caption on Miller’s post: “This is what they took out of my back. The doctor wouldn’t let me eat it. Looked like nerds.”<p>We all thought the photo of blue gunk was grotesquely …

Cocktail Calculus Chart: The Inner Workings Of Recipes

Understanding the interplay of acid, sugar, and alcohol gives essential insight into how a cocktail is structured<p><i>The following is excerpted from</i> Liquid Intelligence, <i>a new book by (friend of Popular Science) Dave Arnold. The book is a canonical manual to a better way of understanding and making</i> …

Radiation-Proof Suits, Moon Aspirations, And The First Drive-Thru Banks

Welcome to another Throwback Thursday<p>Going through the archives of <i>Popular Science</i> is like exploring old family photos. You laugh, you cry, you reminisce about crazy old Uncle Bob...okay maybe not. But, it's still a sentimental trip through history with just the right amount of cringe. This time …

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