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35 Spotify Tips & Tricks | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories

Master Spotify with this list of helpful Spotify tips and tricks that show you how to use Spotify, pay less for your family and find new music while …

Rising to the global challenge of Alzheimer’s Disease

The Atlantic is wrong about aging: Why our anti-elderly bias needs to change

<b>Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel (Reuters/Jim Bourg)</b><p>In an Atlantic cover story, Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel says life after 75 isn’t worth living. Here’s why he’s very wrong<p>Jimmie Holland • Mindy Greenstein<p>September 27, 2014 11:00pm (UTC)<p>"Seventy-five. That’s how long I want to live: 75 years."<br>– Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel<p>Dr. …

Rock on: 15 songs that define boomers

Slide 1 of 17<p>This article is reprinted by permission from NextAvenue.org.<p>We each have our own life soundtrack, especially those of us who grew up in …

16 Unexpected Ways to Add Years to Your Life

The average American’s life expectancy is 78.7 years. Whether you reach that age—or better yet, exceed it—largely depends on your genes, but there …

24 Quotes That Will Inspire You To Write More

From J.K. Rowling, Ray Bradbury, Maya Angelou, and a bunch of other people who know what they're talking about. NaNoWriMo, anyone?

Hubble Snaps Detailed Photos Of Dust And Debris Surrounding Stars

And you thought your home was dusty<p>NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has just finished up a pretty extensive imaging survey of the debris surrounding distant stars – and the results look rather fantastic. The images above, snapped by the famous telescope, show various stars encircled by immense disks …

Universe

Astronomers Capture Beautiful Image Of Distant Planets Forming

A glimpse into the birth of solar systems<p>At the very center of the image above is the sun-like star HL Tau, surrounded by rings of dust and gas. You may never have heard of HL Tau, but this picture will go down in the astronomic annals as the first high-resolution image of the birth of a planetary …

Universe

U.N. Climate Change Report Sees Risks Of Irreversible Damage

Delegates from more than 100 governments and top scientists meet in Copenhagen on Oct 27-31 to edit the report, meant as the main guide for nations working on a U.N. deal to fight climate change at a summit in Paris in late 2015.<p>They will publish the study on Nov. 2.<p>European Union leaders on Friday …

Infographic: Ultimate limits of nature and humanity

Discover the edges of the possible, from extreme nature to staggering human abilities, in our limit-busting infographic.<p>Everything has a limit – or does it? Tour our infographic of the extremes of nature and human ability to find out.<p>Some maximums will never be surpassed, but as the author Arthur C …

Plan To Save Great Barrier Reef Is 'Inadequate,' Scientists Say

The Australian government is trying to keep the Great Barrier Reef off the United Nations' "endangered" listing, but scientists say their plan isn't good enough.<p>The Australian government has been working on a plan for taking care of the Great Barrier Reef over the next four decades—but scientists …

Great Barrier Reef

Global overpopulation would ‘withstand war, disasters and disease’

The pace of population growth is so quick that even draconian restrictions of childbirth, pandemics or a third world war would still leave the world with too many people for the planet to sustain, according to a study.<p>Rather than reducing the number of people, cutting the consumption of natural …

Are there any pollution-free places left on Earth?

Humans appear to have done a thorough job of contaminating the Earth’s rivers, oceans and atmosphere, says Rachel Nuwer. Is there anywhere pristine left on the planet?<p>Somewhere between 1.8 million and 12,000 years ago, our ancestors mastered the craft of fire building. Anthropologists often cite …

Elton John Condemns Russian Homophobia in St. Petersburg Concert

Elton John recently spoke out against homophobia in Russia at his concert in St. Petersburg, expressing concern that a memorial to Apple founder …

PINK FLOYD'S LAST HURRAH?

Meteor Appears in the Sky While Modest Mouse Performs at Fun Fun Fun Fest

<i>Photo by Chris Tuite</i><p>This is pretty cool: During Modest Mouse's set at Fun Fun Fun Fest, a large meteor appeared in the night sky above Austin, Texas. The band tweeted a link to a short video where you can see it clearly in the background while they play, of all things, "Dark Center of the …

Foo Fighters

Foo Fighters have now been Dave Grohl’s chief concern for 20 years. The first 10 were spent minting the band’s platinum-plated modern-rock sound, and the subsequent decade was spent trying to remold it… only to have it settle back into its predictable color and shape. Indeed, it’s hard to …

Pink Floyd: The Endless River review – ‘a good way to call it a day’

By the time Pink Floyd’s <i>The Final Cut</i>, Roger Waters’s “Requiem for the Postwar Dream”, came out in 1983, relations between him and the rest of the group were terrible – keyboard player Rick Wright had even been kicked out and rehired on a salary, for live shows only, at Waters’s insistence. So …

Pink Floyd's New Album: The Endless River

It was bassist Roger Waters’ lyric: “Hanging on in quiet desperation is the English way.” But guitarist David Gilmour and keyboard player Richard …