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When Light Collides with Lens Imperfections, Luminescent Magic Happens

Artist Shane Griffin explores the physics of light and optical effects in colorful macro photographs.<p>Like electrons colliding with the Earth's atmosphere during the Aurora Borealis, the light spectrum explodes when it strikes a glass surface in the photographs of Shane Griffin. Neon hues create …

Modern Art

7 Healthy Post Workout Dinners To Eat After A High Intensity Workout

After a particularly hard evening workout—whether that be a HIIT routine or a 60-minute indoor cycling class—eating a nutritious post workout dinner …

Healthy Eating

The Big Bang might have been just a Big Bounce

A new study of the early universe reveals how it could have been formed from an older collapsing universe, rather than being brand new.

Dukan Diet - Lose Weight Quickly and Keep It Off Forever - New French Diet

Do you want to lose 20 pounds or more quickly? If you haven't tried the Dukan Diet, keep reading this article. Created by a French doctor Pierre …

How to Balance Dopamine and Serotonin Levels

Dopamine and serotonin are chemical messengers in the brain called neurotransmitters. Dopamine stimulates pleasure and alertness. Serotonin …

Why Science Is Ultimately Spiritual, and Vice Versa

Despite attempts to reconcile science with the long history of spirituality, a gulf still exists between them--a totally unnecessary one. There is only one reality, and science differs from spirituality only in its style of describing what is real. If this is true, then it's not simply an option to …

Comments of the Week #99: From “scientific” theories to what the Universe expands into

“Here’s an analogy. The Universe is expanding the way your mind is expanding. It’s not expanding into anything; you’re just getting less dense.” …

Joni Mitchell

20 Quick And Healthy Breakfasts Under 400 Calories

It’s long been said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and whether you consider that to be true or not, it’s still worth pointing …

Breakfast

25 Things You Must Wrap In Bacon

We guarantee you haven’t tried all of these combos<p>The pork product makes just about everything taste better—even pickles, mushrooms, and avocados, which are just 3 of the 25 bacon-wrapped things shown in the video above.<p>And you don’t even have to feel bad about chowing down on the bacon combos. One …

How to Survive In the Woods for 5 Days

Tim Marsh doesn’t remember blacking out behind the wheel of his truck, but when he came to, he was 20 miles from the nearest highway, on a muddy logging road in the middle of the Oregon backwoods. It was a rainy Saturday in November, and the 51-year-old Desert Storm veteran had set out in his F-250 …

Veterans Day

A Hardier Honeybee That Fights Back By Biting Back

Keeping honeybees healthy has become a challenge for beekeepers. One main reason is a threat that has been wiping out bees since the late 1980s: the varroa mite.<p>"It's a parasitic mite that feeds on the blood of adult bees and on the brood. It also transmits virus, and it suppresses the immune …

Insects

Infographic: How to start taking risks (and why you should do it)

“Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.” – T.S Eliot.<p>This infographic produced by Vegas Extreme Skydiving …

Skydiving

Here's What You Should Eat For Dinner This Week

New year, same reliably delicious dinner ideas.

The science to look out for in 2016

Space missions, carbon capture and gravitational waves are set to shape the year.<p>Sucking up CO2<p>A Swiss company is set to become the first firm to …

No radio signals from that 'alien megastructure' yet — but scientists are listening

SETI institute scientists have turned their radio telescopes to listen to a star that many hope might hold signs of intelligent alien life -- but so far, no one is sending any signals our way.<p>A few weeks ago, the Kepler Space Telescope detected a star that was acting really strange. The light from …