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We May Resurrect The Mammoth Sooner Than You Think

The animals could play a key role in slowing climate change.<p>Of all the varied and incredible possibilities presented by the controversial new gene-editing technique known as CRISPR-Cas9, perhaps the most intriguing are efforts to bring animals back from extinction. Candidates for de-extinction, as …

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Train Your Body to Love Holding Heavy Weights Overhead

<b>The waiter’s walk might be one of your best tools to build shoulder stability and strength.</b><p>A waiter’s walk is performed by <b>simply holding a weight</b> …

How to Keep Your Strength as you Melt Body Fat

Pavel TsatsoulineSoviet StrengthHow to maintain your strength as you melt body fat.

Body Fat

Scientists Have Found a Way to Make Red Blood Cells

We generally only hear about blood shortages during a natural disaster, but the truth is that blood banks are often in short supply. That’s a risky …

The Deadlift: Deadlift Variations, Form & Benefits | The Zone

New to the training world?<p>Even if you are, you’ll have heard of this extremely common exercise used by bodybuilders and average gym-goers a …

Weightlifting

Unlock Your Hip Flexors

My name is Mike Westerdal and I'm a national best-selling fitness author, sports nutrition specialist, personal trainer, Iron Man magazine …

Immune System

Ray Kurzweil: In The 2030s, Nanobots In Our Brains Will Make Us 'Godlike'

Once we're cyborgs, he says, we'll be funnier, sexier and more loving.<p>Futurist and inventor Ray Kurzweil predicts humans are going to develop emotions and characteristics of higher complexity as a result of connecting their brains to computers.<p>“We’re going to be funnier. We’re going to be sexier. …

Singularity

Mind Blowing on Twitter: "How to make your essay longer: http://t.co/a1mehMTZfr"

Add this Tweet to your website by copying the code below. Learn more<p>Add this video to your website by copying the code below. Learn more<p>Hmm, there …

How to Find Your Perfect Bench Press Grip

There are fewer exercises in the realm of fitness that are more synonymous with strength than the bench press. One of the most popular exercises of …

Ignorant When it Comes to Deadlifts?

Here's what you need to know...<p>Most people don't deadlift correctly because they haven't educated themselves on how.<br>• Your feet must be your …

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Osteoid is a 3D-printed cast that uses ultrasound to heal your bones 40% faster

If you’ve ever broken a bone, you know firsthand just how horrible traditional casts are. Hell, even if you <i>haven’t</i> broken a bone, you still probably …

Clockone

ClockONE is a 4mm thin digital clock powered by a tiny watch battery. Developed by Twelve24, the minimal wall clock uses electronic ink …

These Moleskine-Like Books Unfold Into Tables And Stools

Every bibliophile’s probably made the joke that they had so many books, they could make furniture out of them. Now on Kickstarter, Bookniture makes building furniture out of a book as easy as opening one.<p>Designed by Hong Kong-based designer Mike Mak, Bookniture is furniture that is actually bound …

Furniture

Age of Happiness: The people who refuse to grow old

Weightlifting

Is proton therapy the 'magic bullet' for cancer?

<b>(CNN) —</b> Even after decades of battling one of the world's biggest killers, the treatment of cancer is still an inexact science.<p>Successful methods such as chemotherapy work by killing the cancer cells, but they also destroy healthy tissue.<p>Health practitioners have been searching for a magic bullet …

Cancer

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This Bill-Gates-Backed Magic Machine Turns Raw Sewage Into Drinking Water--and Creates Electricity!

Two years ago, The Gates Foundation's Reinventing the Toilet Challenge sought to design basic sanitation for those who don't have it—a staggering 40% …

Autodesk's New Project Wire Will Let You 3D-Print Electronics

Voxel8 is making the printer, which features nozzles for both plastic and silver ink.<p>The Voxel8's 3D Electronics Printer, just announced at CES, is the first that can print both plastic and conductive material, allowing circuitry and the physical structure of an object to be printed simultaneously. …

Bando: The Styles of Burmese Martial Arts

Fightland Blog<p>Photo by Tomas Cristofoletti<p>Burma, officially Myanmar, is a relatively small South East Asian country, bordering Laos, Bangladesh, India, China and Thailand. With almost 56 million people, it is the 25th most populous country in the world. Bordering relatively larger and more …

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Best of 2014: The year’s 10 finest mobile games

<i>Check out all of our Best of 2014 coverage here and Worst of 2014 coverage here.</i><p>We’ve nearly cashed out on 2014, and it’s time to look back and recognize that mobile developers are making some of the best games iPhone, iPad, and Android have ever seen.<p>I’ve polled the GamesBeat staff, and we’ve come …

World First: Man Controls Two Prosthetic Arms With His Mind

Doctors wired them right into his nerves<p>Until recently, losing both arms in an accident would probably have meant the end of a patient's two-fisted grip. Not so for Leslie Baugh, the first shoulder-level double amputee to wear and control two complex, mind-controlled prosthetic limbs.<p>Baugh isn't …

The Brain

Stretchy Artificial Skin Lets Prosthetic Hand Sense Heat, Humidity, and Pressure

It's so sophisticated, it can even tell the difference between a dry and soggy diaper<p>Prosthetic limbs that can be controlled by an amputee’s thoughts or muscle movements already exist. But what if they could also sense the environment and then send that information back to the amputee’s nervous …

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