Michael Hirschberger

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Mysterious Dark Paintings by Dawid Planeta

Artist Dawid Planeta created a series of dark paintings that plunge us in a fantastic universe. His creations seem to from his mind, his dreams. We …

6 Travel Photography Accessories To Bring On Your Next Trip

You’re headed out on your next adventure, and you want to come back with lots of great photos. But, camera and lenses aside, what gear should you …

Landscape Photography

Welcome to Fit Nutrition and Health

Runners, cyclists, swimmers, wrestlers, boxers, bodybuilders -- they are all athletes. Athletes seem to operate at a level higher than us, mere …

What is the food that can really improve your eyesight?

<b>Many people suffer declining eyesight as they get older, but is there something we can eat to improve it, asks Michael Mosley.</b><p>My eyesight has never been good. I've worn glasses most of my life and as I get older that's a situation that I've only expected to get worse. When the Trust Me, I'm A …

Nutrition

We finally know what Ötzi the iceman was wearing when he died 5,300 years ago

A lot of leather<p>Ötzi the iceman is a scientific celebrity, and we finally know what he was wearing when he died 5,300 years ago. Using complex DNA techniques, researchers identified the material in everything from his hat to his shoelaces and learned a little more about life in the Copper …

Anthropology

15 Rules from Bob Harper to Lose Weight Fast

Though putting on weight is fairly easy, peeling it off is a task that is not quite as simple. Weight loss should be approached as a long, …

Next week's Perseid meteor shower could be like no other

The Perseid meteor shower — which is expected to hit its peak during the overnight hours from August 11 to August 12 — is usually considered one of …

Your Favorite Post-Grunge Bands From The ’00s Want To ‘Make America Rock Again’ On A New Tour

Are you ready to rock? I said, are you ready to rock?! No, really, you’ll have to speak up — I can’t hear you over the whining from the Pussy Generation. If rocking so hard that those PC wimps quiver in their cardigans is appealing to you, head to the Running Aces Casino and Racetrack in Columbus, …

Bands

The incredible story of Elon Musk, from getting bullied in school to the most interesting man in tech

As CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, founder of The Boring Company, and cofounder of OpenAI, Musk seems to be everywhere all at once, pushing all kinds of incredible new technologies. He's said he won't be happy until we've escaped Earth and colonized Mars.<p>Between space rockets, electric cars, solar …

Elon Musk

The 19 Best Road-Trip Stops in the U.S.

When plotting our travel bucket list, many of us think of hopping on a plane to far-flung places like Paris, Rome, Tokyo, Sydney—basically as far away as we can get. But some of...

National Parks

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15 Delicious Camping Breakfast Recipes You Will Want to Eat When Camping

Having a leisurely breakfast when camping is a very civilised way to start the day.<br>If you have the time (and desire) to have something apart from …

Eggs

This is the only marinade you'll need this grilling season

I looked out Amanda Hesser's kitchen door at one of my very first Food52 photo shoots, and there Merrill was: Out on the deck, wrangling a very hot, flaming grill. Badass.<p>This was back when we shot everything we put up on the site in Amanda's house — and on her nightstand, as it happens — and …

Cooking

14 Inflammation-Fighting Foods to Eat Every Day

Inflammation is a big buzzword these days — and for good reason. Chronic inflammation can exacerbate and even lead to many serious diseases. …

Why Doesn't This Fountain Obey the Laws of Science?

You don’t even need grade school science to know that water flows wherever gravity pulls it. But somehow when poured onto Arthur Carabott’s …

Flight attendants reveal facts about flying that airlines don't tell passengers

They're responsible for passengers' safety and, of course, they know <i>a lot</i> about flying — more than any frequent flier ever could.<p>To find out more about the world of flying, one Quora user asked: "What are some things that airline cabin crews know, but won't tell you?"<p>A number of seasoned flight …

Cabin Crew

5 Strategy Lessons Companies Can Learn From China

<i>Co-authored by Bruce McKern</i><p>We have a new, perhaps shocking, idea. While China has been learning management practices from the West for the last 30 years, Western companies operating in the country can now learn from China how to improve their activities in the rest of the world. Why do we say this? …

Innovation

Want to Be Unforgettable? Science Says Do This

People forget up to 90 percent of what you communicate. Fortunately, there's something you can do about that.<p>Believe it or not, researchers have found that we forget up to 90 percent of the new information we receive--whether it's in a one-on-one meeting with our boss, or in a large industry …

Public Speaking

Five Awesome Science Courses You Can Take Online Completely Free

Editor's Blog Photo credit: Yulia Grigoryeva/ShutterstockScience often gets a bad rap for being inaccessible. But it’s actually never been easier to …

Science

Super Foods Are Cancer Killers

Super Foods Are Cancer Killers<p><i>To brand a vegetable, spice or other edible a “super food” is to recognize that it has the capabilities that far</i> …

4 Practices to Help You Lose Fat Without Changing What You Eat

Photo: Saltwater Fit.<p><b>Does the idea of eating healthy intimidate you?</b> Do you feel overwhelmed when it comes to all the nutrition information out …

WISP Is A Tiny Wireless Computer That Draws Power From Radio Waves

Batteries not included or required<p>Power is a limit. When creating an electrical device, it needs some way to draw energy, or else it might as well be an awkward, inert rock. The easiest way is to tap into the grid, limiting the device's mobility to the length of a power cord, or using batteries, …

Bluetooth

A Researcher Just Accidentally Developed A Battery That Could Last A Lifetime

Technology Photo credit: A nanowire compared to a human hair. Thai et al./UC Irvine via YouTubePoor battery life is the number one complaint when it …

Engineering

Watch Justin Trudeau Casually Explain Quantum Computing to a Room Full of Scientists

They were as impressed as we all are.<p>As if we needed more evidence that Justin Trudeau is some kind of cyborg Manchurian candidate sent to charm us all into complacency while he secretly plots to take over the world, now we know he's knowledgeable in quantum computing.<p>Trudeau has become a media …

These guys created an app that stops college students from using their phones — and it's so successful they dropped out of college

Richardson, a computer science major, noticed something that was bugging him.<p>While in class, everyone was looking at their phones, texting, and doing whatever, with "no one paying attention to the teachers" as Gardner recalls.<p>The more they talked about it, the more annoyed they were. If technology …

Computer Science

Extra-thin LEDs put a screen on your skin

Eventually, wearable displays might be so thin that they effectively blend into your skin. University of Tokyo researchers have developed an optoelectronic skin whose polymer LEDs and organic photodetectors are so thin (3 micrometers) that they practically blend in with your body. If it weren't for …

Nanotech

This Cuban-Style Crispy Chicken Is So Easy You Don't Even Need a Recipe

A photo editor shares the super simple dish that quells her Cuban food cravings every time.<p><i>Welcome to Cooking Without Recipes, in which we teach you how to make a dish we love, but don’t worry too much about the nitty-gritty details of the recipe, so you can create your own spin.</i><p>When I moved away …

Cooking

I’ve Got Your Missing Links Right Here (19 March 2016)

<b>Top picks</b><p>From me at The Altantic:<p>How Corrupt Societies Corrupt the Behavior of their Citizens<br>• Babies Are More Reflective Than We Thought<br>• The Weird Stories Behind America’s Official State Fossils<br>• Solving the Mystery of the Tully Monster<br>• What Causes These Mysterious Fairy Circles?<p>Welcome to the CRISPR …