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The Leg Workout to Lose Weight and Get the Perfect Body

<i>For all the details on the program, go to MENSFITNESS.com/TrimUp</i><p><b>THE WORKOUT</b><p>DB Squat 4 x 10<br>DB Shoulder Press 4 x 10<br>Suitcase Crunch 4 x 15<i><br>Rest 30</i> …

Workouts

5 Best Tricep Exercises That You’re Not Doing But Probably Should

Triceps is the part of the arm that probably gets the least attention and is often forgotten. But it’s an important part of you arm, in fact, your …

Workouts

'Lost' roads of ancient Rome discovered with 3D laser scanners

Laser scans of Britain's terrain may reveal weathered Roman roads that have been hidden for centuries across the countryside of northern England.<p>Over the past 18 years, the U.K.'s Environment Agency has used a technology called lidar to collect data for more than 72 percent of England's surface. …

7 Weight Loss Snacks That Aren't Produce

Fruits and veggies can get boring—and leave you hungry. Spice up your diet with these great, filling snacks.<p>Trading your regular 3 PM king-size candy bar for an apple will probably help you lose weight. (And, let's be honest, make you feel pretty frickin' virtuous.) But it also might leave you sort …

7 Data Visualization Types You Should be Using More (and How to Start)

Unique data visualizations are more memorable, and add variety for the audience — even the most clear and straightforward visualization types lose …

The 19th Century Space Controversy That Sparked a Planet Truther Movement

Complete with "Celestial Police," the discovery of the dwarf planet Ceres is a New Year’s story like no other.<p>On January 1, 1801, while revellers rang in the dawn of the 19th century with drinks, dance, and song, astronomer Giuseppe Piazzi settled into an evening of star-watching from his …

The Scientists Who Are Deciphering 'Unreadable' Ancient Texts

The Lazarus Project has a secret to reading invisible ink: capturing it with multispectral imaging.<p>Sometime around the year 1491, the German cartographer Henricus Martellus produced an influential map of the world, which was likely used by Christopher Columbus on his 1492 expedition to the Americas.<p>…

10 Analytics job trends of 2016 - Communities Digital News

<b>WASHINGTON,</b> January 20, 2016 — In modern world business intelligence is one of the fastest growing areas. Big data is everywhere, and there is urgent …

Webinar on real-time IoT data analytics, visualization and collection with open-source Kaa IoT, Apache Cassandra and Apache Zeppelin

In the course of the webinar we will set up an end-to-end solution comprising Kaa, Apache Cassandra and Apache Zeppelin to demonstrate their …

Gartner Sees Analytics Boom as More Data is Shared

Advanced analytics techniques like data and text mining, machine learning and visualization are poised to shake up entire industries as more …

Big Data

Here's how Albert Einstein destroyed the myth of the planet Vulcan

From the mid-1800s through the early 1900s, many scientists were convinced that a mysterious planet "Vulcan" lurked between Mercury and the sun.<p>Einstein eventually proved them all wrong.<p>National Geographic interviewed Tom Levenson, author of "The Hunt For Vulcan: … And How Albert Einstein Destroyed …

Physics

Ancient DNA from Alaskan babies provides clues to peopling of Americas

University of Utah scientists deciphered maternal genetic material from two babies buried together at an Alaskan campsite 11,500 years ago. They …

Native Americans

This Extinct Species is Changing What We Know About Early Ape Evolution

Meet <i>Pliobates catalonia</i>, an extinct species of ape that roamed the jungles of Catalonia some 11.5 million years ago. Because of this ancient …

What ancient Egypt tells us about a world without religious conflict

Neil MacGregor’s final triumph at the British Museum is a show that tells the story of the shared lives and deities of Jews, Christians and Muslims in Egypt’s diverse past – proof that we don’t have to be divided in the present<p>High above the atrium of the British Museum, in the Hotung Gallery that …

Ancient History

Villa Nola the final resting place of a Roman Emperor

Vesuvius close to Naples is one of the most infamous volcanoes in existence after it obliterated Pompeii in 79 AD.<p>Vesuvius erupted again in 472 AD this time smoothering the villa where the Emperor Augustus ended his days.<p>The archaeological treasure has been under excavation for the past 13 …

New Evidence Suggests Early Humans Hunted America's Large Mammals to Extinction

“Compared to other animals we have a disproportionately heavy hand, and a huge impact.”<p>Large mammals like mammoths, mastodons, and camels might still be roaming the Americas today if humans hadn't hunted them into extinction, a new study suggests.<p>Research from the University of Wyoming, published …

6 JavaScript Charting Terms for Beginners

New to the world of JavaScript charting? This area of development can be daunting, especially if you have not spent a lot of time with Excel or other …

JavaScript

29 Website Design Elements That Kill Your SEO And Conversions

Everyone hopes to choose the right website design elements for creating a visually appealing website that’s easy to use. It’s common knowledge that …

Web Design

Python's objects and classes — a visual guide

Python developers love to say that “everything is an object.” And indeed, when I teach Python classes, I say this several times, and many people nod …

Python Programming

Did Life Begin On Mars?

In 1877, the Italian astronomer Giovani Schiaparelli conducted an exhaustive and detailed observation of the surface of Mars.<p>He described huge streaks across the surface, which he called <i>canali</i> or "channels." In English, the word was incorrectly translated as "canals," and compared to the …

Suez Canal

What Wiped Out Three Quarters of Ancient Greece?

One of the great early civilizations collapsed in a mere fifty years, with 75% of the population disappearing a century later. What the hell happened …

Here's the most disproportionately popular job in every state for people without college degrees

Using Census data from the Minnesota Population Center's 2013 American Community Survey Integrated Public Use Microdata Series, we found the most disproportionately popular job in every state among Americans with less than a four-year college degree. These are jobs that are held by non-college …

15 Epic Typeface Combinations You Can Use In Any Design Project

There are very few more time-consuming tasks than hunting down the perfect typographic pairing for a project, and for us graphic designers; it …

Typography

The Art and Science of Effective Dashboard Design | Microsoft Power BI Blog | Microsoft Power BI

<i>By Jen Underwood and Jaimie Fox</i><p>Dashboards can be a powerful way to communicate insights. All too often dashboard potential is not fully realized as a …

NASA’s top planetary scientist told us what he thinks of the science in 'The Martian'

<b>Spoiler alert if you haven't read "The Martian."</b><p>Scientists may have just discovered water flowing on the surface of Mars, but it's still a pretty inhospitable place to call home.<p>Yet that's exactly what Matt Damon's character, a NASA astronaut stranded on the Red Planet, does in the upcoming film …

32 Examples of Clean Flat Web Design Mockups

Flat design has seeped into the fabric of website design and mobile apps alike. Many popular interfaces are switching over to flat design because …

RebelMouse vs. WordPress VIP

After building the product for Huffington Post, and owning the product and engineering groups at AOL after we were acquired, it was clear to me there …