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The 10 best National Parks to visit this winter

From snowy mountains to active volcanoes, there’s something for everyone<p><i>Editor's Note: This post was originally published in November 2016 and has been updated with the most recent information.</i><p>Temperatures might be dropping around the country, but that shouldn’t deter you from venturing outside. …

Travel Checklists, Outdoor Checklists, and Disaster Survival Checklists

Checklists <br>Revision #69 <br>Outdoor, Travel, and Emergency Preparedness Checklists <br>This Page is Designed for Non Image High Speed Loading and Fast User …

15 islands that are totally underrated

Puerto Rico

15 colourful lakes and rivers that must be seen to be believed

Who knows why the Olympic diving pool turned green? As the world contemplates its new murky, unappetising shade, we look to the lakes and rivers that are naturally colourful – but alas, totally unsuitable for diving.<p>1. Lake Hillier, Australia<p>The water of this bubblegum pink pool – on Middle Island, …

New Zealand

10 Places in the American Southwest You Have to Visit

The American Southwest is pumped full of potential for new experiences. It’s the ideal place to explore your adventurous side while indulging in a …

National Parks

Joe's Guide to Acadia National Park - Hikes in the Popular Oceanside Section

<b>OCEAN PATH (Sand Beach to Otter Point)</b><b><br>Rating: easy family stroll.</b><p>One of the crown jewel features of Acadia National Park is the beautiful coastline …

Tourist Attractions in Canada you definitely need to visit

Canada is the northern half of the continent of North America and has indescribable beauty within its boundaries. Many people don’t think of Canada …

27 of the Most Beautiful Places In America

From sea to shining sea and everything in between.<p>Narrowing down the list of America's most scenic spots is clearly an impossible task, but these stunning places are totally worth bumping to the top of your travel bucket list.

11 Amazing Waterfall Hikes in America

Maybe it's the unexpected nature of waterfalls that makes them so special. You often hear the sound first, in the distance, rumbling like constant …

Hiking

Homemade Cleanser, Toner & Moisturizer

CBS reports that women spend $60 billion per year on beauty products, as of 2012 figures -- and they're not alone, as YouGov notes that 33 percent of …

If you eat pizza like this, you're actually a math genius

There are arguably two right ways to eat a slice of pizza. 1. You pick up a slice and let it flop over with no support whatsoever, raising the slice …

11 travel gadgets that will help you survive your next trip

Traveling is easy when you have the right accessories.<p>Whether you're dealing with over-sized luggage, changing weather, or shoddy hotels, it always pays to be prepared.<p>These are some of the best and most innovative products to ensure that your vacation goes smoothly, from start to finish.

Luggage

Science: Actually Nature Isn't Soothing for Everyone

A new study reveals that for one particular personality type, urban environments are better.<p>Here on Inc.com I've covered a drumbeat of studies showing the psychological benefits of spending time in nature. On top of repeated findings that the great outdoors reduces stress and makes you happier, …

8 Awesome Science Resources That You Can Access For Free Online

Including ALL of Feynman’s lectures.<p>There's nothing worse than wanting to expand your knowledge, satisfy your curiosity, or just confirm some weird …

What’s Up With the Bacteria In Your Gut?

We’ve known for decades that that the lush collection of bacteria that populate our guts plays a part in digestion. The famous after-effects of bean-eating—tactfully known in the 16th century as “windinesse”— are due to our resident microbes, chomping up an assortment of bean oligosaccharides …

Brain Training Apps for Android

Google have nearly a million applications on the play store and most of them are games. Well, in games we have a wide choice like racing, action, …

Hitler 'had tiny deformed penis' as well as just one testicle, historians claim

Hitler suffered from a condition called hypospadias which left him with an abnormally small manhood, according to historians Jonathan Mayo and Emma Craigie<p>It has long been suspected that Hitler's conquest of Europe was an attempt to compensate for a lack of potency elsewhere.<p>But the notorious …

If you can't squish 'em, join 'em: Scientists build cockroach robot

After running roaches through tunnels that were only as high as two pennies stacked flat, researchers at UC Berkeley have designed a cockroach robot that's able to squeeze through tiny spaces at blazing speeds.<p>Such a roach bot, described in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, might …

Robotics

Taking LSD leads to 'improved psychological wellbeing' - study

Research has found that psychedelic drugs can improve levels of optimism and openness - while a separate study has found they may help prevent domestic violence<p>LSD can make you more optimistic and more open to experience, according to a new study by researchers at Imperial College London.<p>The study, …

Here's What to Do if You Want to Quit Your Job and Travel

Or have a giant wedding, or any other majorly expensive goal!<p>We make a ton of small financial decisions every day. Do you buy a $10 salad for lunch or brown-bag it? Should you move out on your own or get a roommate? Your little decisions will be smarter (and stress you out less) if you set some …

Personal Finance

Nat Geo Tells Us Where to Backpack in 2016

2016 is just a month old, but if you haven't started planning your travel yet, you're probably missing out on precious time. Thankfully, National …

Backpacking

Your Foul Mouth Proves That You’re Smart, Says Science

Fluent use of profanity can be a sign of an articulate nature and a deep intelligence, say researchers from two separate studies. So, the next time you find yourself unleashing a string of f-bombs next to a set of raised eyebrows, take comfort in knowing mom did not (necessarily) create a …

World Festivals: 2016 Calendar of Events

Who doesn’t love a good festival!?! From the beautiful to the strange, to the down right dirty, their is really no better way to experience a new …

Festivals

Science has a weird and fascinating theory about male eating habits

Ladies, how many times have we watched, our mouths agape, as our male companions hork down an extra large cheese pizza with a side of garlic knots?</i> …

The latest 'gay gene' study gives no comfort to homophobes

The likes of Vladimir Putin might welcome a study which finds sexual orientation may not be fixed from birth. But they are ignoring the science<p>Vladimir Putin, Robert Mugabe, Pope Francis and other anti-gay world leaders may well rejoice at new scientific research that points to homosexuality as …

How our health care system makes ER doctors addiction enablers

I do a strange thing as a physician almost daily. I go to alcoholics and have them promise me they'll go home and continue drinking. Then I release them back into the wild to do just that.<p>I'm an emergency physician at an urban hospital, and I see alcoholics every single shift, brought in by the …