María Isabel Huerta

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Where the Good and Bad Jobs Will Be, 10 Years From Now

Good Art Is Popular Because It's Good. Right?

In July of last year, a man named Sidney Sealine went to see the Mona Lisa in Paris.<p>The idea was to spend some time with the picture, see for himself the special spark that made the painting so famous.<p>But Sealine couldn't even get close.<p>In his video of the visit, you see people of every race and …

American Aqueduct: The Great California Water Saga

A $25 billion plan, a small town, and a half-century of wrangling over the most important resource in the biggest state<p>Hood, California, is a farming town of 200 souls, crammed up against a levee that protects it from the Sacramento River. The eastern approach from I-5 and the Sacramento suburb of …

Economists: Your Parents Are More Important Than Ever

The lesson of today's monumental social mobility study is simple. Your family could be the most important economic determinant in your life.<p>Let's go ahead and call social mobility in America what it really is: social immobility.<p>Even in the parts of the country where students have the best shot at …

Row over Nazi history consumes Hungary

<b>Hungary has been gripped by an intense public debate on the role of the country during World War Two.</b><p>A government proposal for a monument commemorating the German occupation of March 1944, has prompted critics to accuse it of trying to rewrite history, and deflect attention from Hungary's role as …

Europe

Unusual Discoveries: Phallic Symbols in Bhutan

<i>Interested in traveling Bhutan? Come travel Bhutan with me 11-13 December 2017, to witness the annual Druk Wangyel Festival!</i><p>In Bhutan, it is common …

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A Car That Runs on Coffee, Like You (+Video)

The coffee car uses coffee-bean chaff, which is a by-product of the roasting process, as its fuel source. The chaff is broken down into carbon …

The Soviet Union spent $1 billion on mind-control experiments

The Soviet Union's arms race with the United States during the Cold War included an expensive effort to develop mind-control weapons, the <i>Physics arXiv Blog</i> reports. Drawing on a new paper published by researcher Serge Kernbach, the blog describes the USSR's extensive efforts around what they called …

Where to Buy Blue Bottle Coffee Beans in LA

Blue Bottle Coffee is set to open up shop in the Los Angeles area next year, but until then fans of the Oakland-based coffee roaster are buying Blue …

Home Coffee Bars and Stations for Entertaining and Everyday Use

Dinner parties, open houses, and cocktail parties are just a few of the gatherings you might be hosting this holiday season, and balancing the flow …

Coffee

Cookies

Searching for the best cookie recipes? Our collection of easy cookie recipes includes chocolate chip cookies, peanut butter cookies, sugar cookies, …

Humble Cup: Make a Great Cup of Pour-Over Coffee Anywhere You Go

(Image credit: LA Coffee Club)<p>For coffee addicts like me, one of the drawbacks of holiday travel is not having a cup of dependably delicious coffee …

Coffee

The 50 Most Popular Toys From The Last 50 Years

Toys are as intrinsic to the holiday season as eggs are to the nog, and for the last fifty years toys have been a big deal in the consumer market, …

10 Incredible Real-Life Mad Scientists

Extreme intelligence often comes with extreme eccentricity, as you are well aware. After all, the archetypical mad scientist of the movies has its …

Dwarves, dragon and a 'Hobbit' dominate box offices worldwide | Reuters

LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK (Reuters) - A small hobbit racked up big sales at movie box offices during the weekend, generating an estimated $205 million at theaters around the world with the debut of highly anticipated sequel “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.”<p>Cast and crew members pose for …

How a Manmade Greenhouse Gas Can Be 7100 Times Worse Than CO2

Perfluorotributylamine, produced by the electronics industry, absorbs heat better than any other known greenhouse gas, researchers report, but has been previously overlooked.<p><b>Chemists have found a greenhouse gas that is 7100</b> times more powerful than carbon dioxide in terms of contributing to global …

EarthSky’s 2018 meteor shower guide

Plan ahead now for an awesome year of meteor-watching. Good news! In 2018, the year’s 2 most reliable showers – August Perseids and December Geminids …

Astronomy

Tech and Science

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Science

Why Meningitis That Hit Princeton Is Hard To Beat With Vaccines

There's been a lot of talk about meningitis B lately. That's the type responsible for outbreaks at Princeton and the University of California in Santa Barbara.<p>And it got us thinking. How come this form of the illness isn't fazed by the vaccines given routinely to most young people in the U.S.?<p>This …

Climatologist: Nuclear Power Only Way To Curb Climate Disruption

Addressing the American Geophysical Union, James Hansen urges fellow scientists to study, share facts on nuclear energy<p>Polluters must pay for their carbon dioxide emissions, and nuclear energy must expand, says climatologist James Hansen, who retired this year from the NASA Goddard Institute for …

Minimalist Posters Depict The Architecture Of 13 Classic Films

An Italian artist illustrates the iconic buildings of your favorite movies from The Big Lebowski‘s Malibu bachelor pad to The Incredibles‘ futuristic suburban home.<p>Sometimes, even more than wanting to be a film’s beautiful heroine or superhero protagonist, viewers are swept away by a desire to …

Animation

Victor Hugo's Novels Soared To Top Of Literature

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Investing

Albert Camus anticipated the Arab Spring

The French philosopher and author would have turned 100 this week. His writings have never felt more prescient<p>NEW ORLEANS — A century ago yesterday, Albert Camus was born into a poor, overcrowded home in Algiers, Algeria, the capital of France’s colonial department. He would become one of the …

Nocookies

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AppSeed turns your sketches into functioning app prototypes

Kickstarter project AppSeed allows you to photograph your sketches on paper or a whiteboard and turn them into a functioning prototype of your</b> …

The Galaxy's Core Is About to Explode

The supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way Galaxy will soon consume a blob of gas and begin to radiate energy at a tremendous rate.