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The Leggings That Make It Look Like I Work Out More Than I Actually Do

Part nylon, part spandex, all magic.<p>A few years back, I trained really hard for my first half marathon. Three months into that five-days-a-week training regimen, my friend commented that my legs looked really good in the leggings I was wearing — athletic and strong, but feminine and curvy at the …

6 Incredible New Amusement Park Rides for 2015

<i>By Jaymie DeGaetano for ShermansTravel</i><p><i>Photo: Holiday World/Thunderbird</i><p>Along with April showers, May flowers, and non-bone-chilling temperatures, spring brings exciting new attractions to many amusement parks in the U.S. From a dizzying glow-in-the-dark funhouse roller coaster, to a beyond-vertical …

7 Most Romantic Caribbean Resorts

<i>By Dalia Colon for the Orbitz Travel Blog</i><p>Vacation is meant to be an escape -- from the kids, from errands, from that irritating guy at work who's really into gratuitous lunchtime meetings. So if you're thinking of booking a Valentine's Day getaway this year, a carefree, all-inclusive resort makes a …

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Wayne Coyne on Living with Death

APOD: In the Arms of NGC 1097 (2015 Jan 09) Image Credit & Copyright: Steve Mazlin, Jack Harvey, Jose Joaquin Perez; SSRO-South, at PROMPT/CTIO http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap150109.html Explanation: Spiral galaxy NGC 1097 shines in southern skies, about 45 million light-years away in the chemical constellation Fornax. Its blue spiral arms are mottled with pinkish star forming regions in this colorful galaxy portrait. They seem to have wrapped around a small companion galaxy below and left of center, about 40,000 light-years from the spiral's luminous core. That's not NGC 1097's only peculiar feature, though. The very deep exposure hints of faint, mysterious jets, most easily seen to extend well beyond the bluish arms toward the left. In fact, four faint jets are ultimately recognized in optical images of NGC 1097. The jets trace an X centered on the galaxy's nucleus, but probably don't originate there. Instead, they could be fossil star streams, trails left over from the capture and disruption of a much smaller galaxy in the large spiral's ancient past. A Seyfert galaxy, NGC 1097's nucleus also harbors a supermassive black hole. http://www.starshadows.com/aboutus/ http://user.physics.unc.edu/~reichart/promptteam.html Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=150109 #APOD

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19 Websites That Will Make You Smarter

Tired of wasting your time watching cat videos or scrolling through your Facebook newsfeed? Want to be more productive next time you go online?<p>Here’s …