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National Geographic Travel

What If We Turned Ancient Monuments Into Greenhouses?

Combine pyramids with biospheres and get a structure that can produce water and slow down desertification.<p>Picture the Sahara Desert, and you might not think of farming. But some of the first agriculture in the world was born in ancient Egypt on the desert’s edge, helping launch a civilization that …

Cure for thinning hair? Scientists find plucking stimulates huge growth spurt

Pulling out lingering follicles could stimulate the scalp into a burst of regeneration, scientists have found<p>For people with thinning hair the idea of plucking out the few strands that remain may fill them with horror.<p>However a new study suggests that pulling out the lingering follicles could …

The Secret Life of Yo-Yos

The modern version of the toy is practically unrecognizable, an Object Lesson.<p>The man behind me in the queue was trying to be helpful: “It’s true, though, right? They are used as weapons in Asia. I go there a lot and I’ve seen them do it—they’re lethal.” He made a sudden gesture, like Spiderman …

Demonstration

The 25 best Hubble Space Telescope images - ExtremeTech

By on December 5, 2016 at 10:27 am<p>This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use.<p>The Hubble Space Telescope has …

Universe

17 amazing robots that are in space right now (pictures)

Space

NASA Astronaut Is Photographing Every Baseball Stadium from Space

An astronaut aboard the International Space Station has made a game of photographing every Major League Baseball stadium from orbit — and he wants …

Explosive Culprit? Russian Fireball's Origins Found

A crackling fireball that exploded over Russia last year appears to share an orbit with a huge asteroid discovered in October 2014, a new study …

Space

10 billion years ago, our sky was full of stars being born

Light pollution and city living mean that we don't often get to enjoy the full splendor of the night's sky. Ten billion years ago, however, it would have been hard to ignore. The image above shows how the night's sky would have looked 10 billion years ago during our galaxy's "baby boom" phase.<p>At …

Universe

GadgetellSolutions Media

16Mar/18<p>Technology and data are changing the world and have changed marketing as we know it. The new age of marketing is all about providing a …

eCommerce

Tiko – A Simple 3D Printer Under $200

Despite the growing 3D printer trend, the devices have seemed inaccessible to most. Price and complexity have kept the masses from jumping on board. …

Seinfeld Pins

When you’re rocking your Seinfeld-esque bright white trainers and mom wash jeans, you’re going to need something to improve your style. How about …

Jesus and Blueberry Cobbler

We gather in cavernous dining rooms. We spread out among the circular tables and watch each other choose seats. The liberals, who want women priests …

Tom Waits

Six novelists who didn’t publish until they were 40

You don’t have to be a wunderkid to write an impressive debut novel<p>The latest “suburban noir” novel, tipped to be Britain’s answer to <i>Gone Girl</i>, has publishers talking excitedly about a fresh literary talent. But <b>Renee Knight</b>, whose debut novel <i>Disclaimer</i> will be published on April 9, isn’t a …

Here's Who Will Die On 'Game Of Thrones' Season 5, According To Psychics

If you believe the nation's psychics, Jaime Lannister and Brienne of Tarth are probably going to die this season.<p>The Huffington Post had previously tapped a pool of psychics to predict the Super Bowl (the New England Patriots were correctly chosen). And now, they weigh in to predict who will die …

TV Series

For a More Creative Brain, Travel

How international experiences can open the mind to new ways of thinking.<p>There are plenty of things to be gained from going abroad: new friends, new experiences, new stories.<p>But living in another country may come with a less noticeable benefit, too: Some scientists say it can also make you more …

Creativity

Microsoft previews new Music and Video apps for Windows 10

Microsoft will be the first to admit its upcoming Music and Video apps for PC -- which both drop the Xbox branding -- aren't polished enough to replace current ones just yet. But, if you're already testing Windows 10 through Technical Preview, you can now take the platform's next-gen media apps for …

This is the 2016 Lexus RX

Lexus has taken the wraps off of the 2016 RX, its all-new update to the best-selling luxury SUV. Revealed at the New York International Auto Show …

Lexus

GALLERY: Top 10 mountains to climb in Australia

Top 10 Australian mountains to climb<p>March 08, 2012<p>Treat yourself to spectacular vistas and a physical challenge by adding these mountains to your …

An unknown force is pulling the Milky Way and all else towards it at 14 million mph

The Night Sky in April 2015: the Great Attractor is neither a black hole or a super-cluster of galaxies, but we are travelling towards it inexorably<p><i>The chart shows the whole sky as it would appear from the UK at 23:00 on April 1st, 22:00 on April 15th and 21:00 on April 30th. All times are …

Aging space probe records odd emanations on Mercury

<b>WASHINGTON, D.C.—</b>In an unusual press conference here today, NASA released a batch of bizarre sound recordings and video from the Messenger spacecraft …

Astronomy

Ancient Mars May Have Had Slow-Moving Monster Waves

Surfing may have been a more epic undertaking on ancient Mars than it is on modern-day Earth because of the possible existence of giant, slow-moving …