M.J. M

12 Flips | 4 Magazines | 2 Likes | @MJM1n2d | Keep up with M.J. M on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “M.J. M”

New Head of Prestigious Physics Institute Describes Her Hunt for Dark Matter | Science

In September, Katherine Freese will take the helm of one of the most prestigious theoretical institutes in the world, Nordita, the Nordic Institute …

Summer's best meteor showers streak night skies

It's the time of year to head to the hills for some stargazing. The peak of one of summer's spectacular meteor showers is nicely timed with the new moon's dark skies.<p>The 2014 Delta Aquarid showers are set to peak on Monday and Tuesday nights, according to NASA. While these showers are typically …

Space Travel

Malibu beach wars: app revealing public access to beaches infuriates wealthy homeowners

Once called the "most expensive sandbox in the world," the beaches of Malibu are at the centre of a bitter battle between billionaires and sunbathers. Now, an app appears to have helped the masses claim victory<p>The signs next to strips of pristine sand in Malibu seem clear. "Private beach," "No …

7 Terrific Dishes to Make with Leftover Chicken

Looking for the perfect way to use chicken all week long? Here, seven fantastic recipes to make with leftovers from Grilled Smoked Whole Chicken or …

8 Easy Thai-Style Dishes You Can Make at Home

Believe it or not, you don't need a kitchen full of exotic, hard-to-find ingredients to make delicious Thai food at home. Most large supermarkets carry all of the Thai pantry staples -- like fish sauce, coconut milk, sweet red chili sauce and curry paste -- in the Asian foods aisle. Fresh …

The Most Beautiful Libraries in the World (PHOTOS)

The ingeniously simple concept for the library at Tokyo's Musashino Art University speaks volumes: it's made entirely of wood bookshelves, with a glass exterior.<p>Inside, architect Sou Fujimoto's spiral-shaped design naturally spurs the visitor onward and features light-filled, comfortable corners …

See the Best of Travel 365

See the Best of Travel 365

Finding Life in a D.C. Swamp

“Here, rub this on your legs,” a man in a funny hat is saying to me. “It might help.”<p>Walter McDowney is a national park ranger at Washington, D.C.’s Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens. He’s not your usual guide. For one, he’s handing me “jewel weed” he’s picked from a thicket that could fend off …

Idaho: Experience the Wild Side of the Sawtooths

<b>Climb, float, and soak among the serrated peaks of south-central Idaho.</b><p><b>What Is It?</b> A varied weekend full of high-adrenaline adventure starts with a quick boat ride across Redfish Lake. This shuttle ushers you to some of the best hiking and climbing in the state. After a short trek up the glacially …

Companies have a tricky new way to track your movement across the web

Researchers at Princeton and Belgium's KU Leuven have uncovered a new web-tracking method that's nearly impossible to block. It's called "canvas fingerprinting," and can potentially follow users between sites even if they've disabled more conventional methods like cookies and aren't logged into …

Last Month Was Hottest June On Record Since 1880

If you aren’t currently a quickly evaporating puddle on the floor, than congratulations! You’ve just survived the hottest Jun ever since records started being kept in 1880. That according to climate data released Monday from the National Climatic Data Center of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric …