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Astronomers Have Discovered a Super-Fast Star System That Breaks Current Physics Models

No one can explain those speeds.<p>Thousands of light-years away, on the outskirts of the Milky Way, astronomers have detected something no one’s ever …

How good are you at concentrating? Take the test

Are you easily distracted? Is your mind always wandering? Test your concentration skills by picking out the odd letter<p>Some of us are more easily distracted than others and now researchers believe they have found an attention-distractibility trait explaining why.<p>Participants in a study by University …

6 Things That Happen When You Don't Drink Enough Water

Nine cups of water per day? Studies say it's worth it.<p>The Institute of Medicine suggests people drink about nine cups (or 72 oz.) of water a day, which may leave you wondering whether that's actually worth all the trips to the bathroom. We went straight to the studies to show you yes, it is.<p><b>1.</b> …

Adele his 1 billion views on YouTube

London-born singer beats South Korean star Psy in race to hit 1 billion figure<p>Adele has outpaced the South Korean pop star, Psy, on the race to 1 billion views on YouTube.<p>The streaming service announced Thursday that her music video for "Hello" greeted its 1 billionth view in 87 days, breaking the …

Now underwater, this ancient Egyptian trading city was once the “Hong Kong of its era”

If you were an ancient Egyptian looking for a gift for a loved one, you wouldn’t go to Target. But you might have stopped in Naukratis.<p>Once thought to have been a small town on the Nile Delta in Egypt, an excavation by the British Museum has revealed that the ancient city of Naukratis was actually …

Hong Kong

Researchers determined 4 reasons why you can't quit Facebook

Many of us have tried, yet come crawling back days later to get our daily fix of racist commentary from balding ex-high school classmates.<p>Now, a new paper from Cornell Information Science, published in Social Media + Society, helps explain why we're so attached to the social media empire, and what …

Social Media

How brands can break into Snapchat

From taking risks to offering exclusive content, here’s how marketers can tap into one of the fastest-growing social platforms<p>The past year has seen organic reach in social media – reach not supported by paid advertising – decline further. Simultaneously more users, particularly younger ones, are …

Social Media

Emoji Users Have Sex On The Brain

Plus: which emojis help singles flirt, and which ones get in the way<p>According to 5,000 singles surveyed by Match․com, those who think about sex frequently also use emojis the most often:<p>Which emoji do those singles use? Women and men are united in their most and least popular choices:

Flirting

This Flying Car Just Got Approval to Move Into Test Mode

The Federal Aviation Administration has authorized flying car company Terrafugia to start testing out prototypes of a flying car that could some day …

Here’s what you should know about the new Paris climate deal

They've now reached this agreement, and governments are expected to follow through with their various commitments to make it happen.<p>The final draft of the agreement was released to the public over the weekend, and outlines the various measures that need to be made to limit the rise in average …

Climate

First trailer for ‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ released – watch

Liam Hemsworth joins Bill Pullman and Jeff Goldblum in the sequel to 1996's 'Independence Day'<p>The first trailer for <i>Independence Day: Resurgence</i> has …

Proof That Positive Work Cultures Are More Productive

Too many companies bet on having a cut-throat, high-pressure, take-no-prisoners culture to drive their financial success.<p>But a large and growing body of research on positive organizational psychology demonstrates that not only is a cut-throat environment harmful to productivity over time, but that …

Stonehenge was moved by glaciers - not our prehistoric ancestors

Experts describe a number of different landforms and sediments which can be related to the events of the Ice Age<p>The famous rocks of Stonehenge were not dragged by pagans but moved by glaciers, according to a team of Welsh academics.<p>Previously, a team of experts from University College London (UCL) …