Mário Manuel Da Cunha Faria

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Three Sisters Over 100 Years Old Share Their Secrets to a Long Life

To live a long and happy life, just listen to sisters Rubye Cox, Ruth Branum and Rose Shloss, who are each over 100 years old.<p>So how exactly did the …

Great Depression

Interview with Creative Light Painting Photographer, Vincent Delesvaux

How did you begin with your light painting pictures?<p>My story with light painting began in Spain in 2008, with a traveller friend named Yohann Labaye …

5 Things to Do and Not to Do as a Spouse and Photographer

Photographers all start out at different periods in their lives. Some like me start out after they’re married with children. Some get married then …

The Basics of Photography: M for Shooting Modes

When stepping up from a smartphone camera or a simple point-and-shoot, one of the first things any novice photographer will notice on their advanced …

Beautiful High Speed Photographs of Ink and Water

Italian graphic designer and photographer Alberto Seveso was fascinated by the art on album covers of heavy metal albums and skateboard plates. and …

Photography

Illumination-Aware Age Progression Can Guess What a Kid Will Look Like at 80 From Just One Photo

As photographers, we're often tasked with making people look as young as possible in photos, but a new technology is meant to do exactly the …

6 Expert Tips for Ski Photography

Ski photography is a dangerous game—there’s snow flying everywhere and skiers shooting past you, and through the chaos you need to be ready to …

The Ethereal Long Exposure Photography of Darren Moore | Colossal

<p>Self-taught photographer Darren Moore creates ethereal black and white landscapes using a method called daytime long exposure, where a special …

The rise and fall (and nascent revival?) of Detroit – in pictures

China's urbanisation plan will move another 100 million people into cities by 2020 – but in Tianjin Eco-city, many green buildings still lie empty and there are no hospitals or shopping malls<p>Published: 14 Apr 2014<p>Once-proud visions of suburban utopia are left to rot as malls appear increasingly …

Bird Photography: Capture Amazing Photos Using These Tips and Techniques

It's hard not to appreciate birds and bird photography. Those birds with colors that make an artist's palette envious and attitude that belies their …

Startup offering DNA screening of 'hypothetical babies' raises fears over designer children

Six years after Anne Morriss gave birth to a boy with a rare disease, she and a US scientist are giving would-be parents the chance to screen potential children for genetic conditions<p>Two days after Anne Morriss took her newborn son home from hospital, she received a bone-chilling phone call. The …

Astounding photos of marine worms, some previously unknown to science

Alexander Semenov photographed 222 different worm species, which are now in the process of being studied and documented by scientists. See …

Zoology

Alzheimer’s Tests on the Horizon?

Three new studies suggest it may become possible to diagnose Alzheimer’s before symptoms appear.<p>Can Alzheimer's disease be predicted? And if it could, would you want to take the test?<p>Those questions are being sparked by three new studies, each of which presents a potential method for foretelling, …

Team turns stem cells into a fish embryo - Futurity

Researchers have turned embryonic stem cells into a fish embryo. They say it's a major step toward growing whole organs from stem cells.

Stem Cells

DNA sequencing reveals six new forms of blindness - Futurity

Scientists have discovered six new forms of inherited blindness, each one resulting from mutations in a different gene.

DNA sequencing

How It Works: A Wiffle Ball Pitch

Take a whiff of that<p>The Wiffle ball has been fooling batters since its invention in 1953, but scientists only recently learned why. Mechanical engineer Jenn Stroud Rossmann at Lafayette College placed the ball in a wind tunnel, measured airflow around it, and concluded that the shifting balance of …

Hacking

How It Works: An Electronic Cigarette

The future of smoking<p>Since electronic cigarettes hit the market in 2007, yearly sales have reached $1 billion in the U.S. Although they’re popular, it’s still unclear how safe they are. Last year, a study from an international group of scientists showed that the toxins in e-cigarette vapor are 9 to …

eCigarettes

When Bacon Flew to the Moon; or, #spacebacon

A lot of things about the Apollo missions weren’t particularly glamorous, like the cramped space and the lack of privacy when doing things like using the rudimentary fecal containment system. Meals were another unglamorous aspect of lunar missions. The food was freeze-dried and eaten as-is or was …

States look to naloxone to cure America’s overdose epidemic

The last thing I remember is the sensation of sliding down against a wall. I woke up lying on my back in the emergency room, looking up at the faces of the doctors and nurses surrounding me. They had introduced naloxone into my IV. – Tim, Marin County, California<p>The death of actor Philip Seymour …

Captain America 3 Storyline Teased In Captain America Winter Soldier

At the end of <i>Captain America: The Winter Soldier</i>, one chapter of the story is done, but there are many more to be told. That was by design according …

Marvel Universe

Outed Duke Porn Star Belle Knox Is Going To Judge The Porn Version Of ‘The X-Factor’

Outed porn star and Duke freshman Belle Knox has had a lot of ups and downs (*dodges tomato*) these past few weeks, from receiving threats and harassment after her outing, to appearing on The View. Now, in addition to her feature stripping gigs (which are fairly standard for name porn stars, and …

'Star Wars: Episode VII' Is Already Filming, Reveals Disney's Alan Horn

Over the weekend, at a talk held by the School of Film and Television at Los Angeles' Loyola Marymount University, Disney chairman Alan Horn discussed where, in the process, the studio is with the forthcoming space-set sequel "Star Wars: Episode VII." And while Horn is predictably pretty cryptic, …

Watch Every 'Game of Thrones' Death in Less Than Three Minutes

"Game of Thrones" is known for many things: explicit sex, nudity, gore, and, most importantly, its shocking and often brutal deaths. No one is safe. So, in the spirit of GoT's many, many oh-my-god-did-that-just-happen moments, Digg has assembled a video comprised of all of the HBO shows' on-screen …

The Latest 'Godzilla' Trailer Will Raise Your Excitement Level to Near Epic Proportions

For the last couple of weeks, we were pretty much convinced that our excitement for the new "Godzilla" movie couldn't get any frothier.<p>After all, we had been privy to some brand new footage at SXSW, been treated with some truly startling trailers and TV spots, and, more than once, thought about …

Kurt Cobain: an icon of alienation

It smells like nirvana. Up here in Madrona, one of Seattle's smartest neighbourhoods, the air from Lake Washington breezes new and sweet. The trees, their leaves shiny, add an extra tang of their own, and what breath you have is taken away by the view. It's the kind of place which makes visitors …

Ten Things You Might Not Know About Kurt Cobain

With the 20th anniversary of his death this Saturday, we present some intriguing facts about Nirvana frontman and grunge legend Kurt Cobain<p>There are …

Kurt Cobain: A Look Back in Pictures