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The fitness guru behind the 'Insanity' workout told us the one move you should master now

Let's face it: going to the gym sucks. It's inconvenient. It's expensive. Let's not discuss the smell.<p>But there are plenty of approaches to getting in shape that don't require a membership. Some don't even require leaving the house.<p>One of those techniques is high intensity interval training, a form …

Sexy celeb magazine covers

Sexy celeb magazine covers<p>Remember when models were on magazine covers? Not anymore!<p>http://www.foxnews.com/">Fox News<p>http://www.foxnews.com/<p>Emily Ratajkowski<p>Emily Ratajkowski heats up the cover of Vanity Fair Spain. The model went topless for the magazine wearing only a pair of black, high-waisted …

Here's how easy it is for the US president to launch a nuclear weapon

The steps the president has to take to fire a nuke are involved and complicated, but they work to safeguard against accidental launches and miscommunications.<p>That said, the entire process could happen in just a few short minutes. The following is a transcription of the animation.<p>It can take the US …

Brain Scans Can Now Identify People With Suicidal Thoughts

It's a breakthrough in helping pinpoint who's most at risk.<p>Suicide is the second-leading cause of death among American adolescents, taking the lives …

A relationship psychologist describes 3 ways to strengthen your relationship

Eli J. Finkel, a professor at Northwestern University and the author of "The All-or-Nothing Marriage," explains three different ways you can strengthen your relationship.<p><b>Eli Finkel:</b> What can we do to make our marriage a bit stronger? Well, the "All-or-Nothing Marriage" perspective that I introduce …

The Science of Why Captain America’s Shield Bounces

It’s one of the nerdiest lingering questions in Marvel canon: if one of the defining features of Captain America‘s shield is that it uses the exotic …

The secret to perfect chocolate chip cookies? 'It's all in the pan-bang,' says blogger

"It's all in the pan-bang," baker-blogger Sarah Kieffer says of her unusual chocolate chip cookies. The Minnesota baker's not-so-secret recipe had already been circulating on Instagram when the New York Times tested it out, and after the Times covered it, it went viral.<p>Kieffer detailed her …

These 16 Psychological Tricks Immediately Make You More Likeable

How to use science to get more friends.<p>It's hard to say exactly why you like someone.<p>Maybe it's their goofy smile; maybe it's their razor-sharp wit; …

Taste Beyond The Tongue

Sand Instantly Turns Into a Fluid If You Blow Air Through It

Although years of movies and TV shows have planted the idea in our head that quicksand is some sort of gritty soup that will swallow you whole in …

Particles

Here's what happens when two hurricanes collide

What happens when two hurricanes collide?<p>The phenomenon is called the Fujiwhara effect.<p>Named for Japanese meteorologist Sakuhei Fujiwhara, who originally described it in 1921.<p>If two cyclones pass within 900 miles of each other, they can start to orbit.<p>What happens next depends on the size of each …

Scientists Are Investigating Warm Caves Under Antarctica Which Could Support Secret Life

"You could wear a T-shirt in there and be pretty comfortable."<p>Australian scientists investigating ice caves under Antarctica's glaciers say they are …

For Teens Knee-Deep In Negativity, Reframing Thoughts Can Help

"Why didn't she text me back yet? She doesn't like me anymore!"<p>"There's no way I'm trying out for the team. I suck at basketball"<p>"It's not fair that I have a curfew!"<p>Sound familiar? Parents of tweens and teens often shrug off such anxious and gloomy thinking as normal irritability and moodiness — …

Self-help

The 8 Creepiest Science Experiments

When science is working the way it's supposed to, experiments are well thought out, ethically conducted, and designed to answer important questions. …

Public Health

Here's How You'll Use the Quantum Internet of the Future

It's coming.<p>The quantum internet is coming.<p>China, leaps and bounds ahead of the United States and the rest of the world, has vastly expanded the …

Quantum Physics

Light-controlled nanoscale buzz saws kill cancer cells by drilling holes in them

Rice University scientists broke records in 2005 when they constructed the world’s smallest car, a single-molecule “nanocar” boasting a chassis, …

Cancer Cells

The Defenders Could Punch Better if They Learned Some Physics

I haven't seen <i>The Defenders</i> yet, but it's high on my list of things to watch. I am super excited about it, and why not? It brings Luke Cage, Iron …

Synthetic “melanin” could act as a natural sunscreen

<b>(mangostock via Shutterstock)</b><p>The future of sunscreen? Pigment-like nanoparticles could protect cells from the sun’s damaging rays<p>Matthew Sedacca<p>July 8, 2017 7:29pm (UTC)<p>This article was originally published by Scientific American.<p>As summers grow steadily hotter, many people feel a need to slather …

University of California

H2-Oh! Scientists Show Water Can Exist as Two Different Liquids

Forget what you think you know about H2O.<p>Water is one of the most fundamental molecules on Earth, and yet scientists are only just beginning to wrap …

Chemistry

MIT already has your flying car in miniature form

Some drones fly, others drive. Those that can do both, however, can reach places other machines can't, making them ideal for search and rescue -- or package delivery. That's why a team from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a fleet of autonomous …

Flying Car