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Earth - Why is there something rather than nothing?

People have wrestled with the mystery of why the universe exists for thousands of years. Pretty much every ancient culture came up with its own creation story - most of them leaving the matter in the hands of the gods - and philosophers have written reams on the subject. But science has had little …

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5 science-backed tips for spotting a lie

Wouldn't it be nice to know how to tell if someone is lying?<p>We're going to see what the research has to say on detecting lies, avoiding deception, …

14 ideas for what to say when a job interviewer asks “any questions for me?”

So you managed to get through a phone screen, ten resume revisions, and a lot of anxious moments when you were convinced they were ignoring you. Or …

Bodybuilding: How to Get The Arm Of Your Dreams.

The biceps tops the list of muscles with priority for most men. Is it flexes when you want to show your muscles. Go into any gym and you'll see men …

Pregnant woman with rock-hard abs speaks out about viral photos

She might be seven months pregnant, but one Rhode Island woman still has abs that would make even the most dedicated gym-goer jealous.<p>Stacie Venagro, who owns a gym in Cranston, has been getting a lot of attention this week for the Instagram photos she posts of her impressive physique, including …

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22 ways to earn passive income

Making money while you sleep.<p>Has a nice ring to it, doesn't it?<p>After reading books like "Rich Dad Poor Dad" and "4 Hour Work Week," I became interested obsessed with making passive income.<p>Whenever someone needs additional income, the stereotypical suggestion offered is to "get a part-time job."<p>But …

Samsung offers teens free vacation, as long as they...go on, guess

<i>Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.</i><p>There are offers that are special, offers you can't refuse and offers that make you shudder at the very thought.<p>Please decide which you think this is.<p>It's an ad produced by Samsung's French arm. It ran in …

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Researchers discover the source of animals' natural compasses

For years, biologists have pondered how so many members of the animal kingdom -- from fruit flies and pigeons to sea turtles and wolves -- are able to navigate long distances apparently by sensing the Earth's magnetic field. Two theories have emerged in recent years: one that the ability derived …

Biology

Google Glass team is working on a wearable that isn't glasses

Glass without the glass<p>The division of Google responsible for wearable tech is experimenting with new designs, including one without a screen. According to a report today from <i>The Information</i>, the team behind Google Glass, a division now called Project Aura, has at least three new prototype gadgets, …

Upgraded Curiosity suggests water was repeatedly present on Mars – NASA

NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover has examined mineral veins in the Red Planet’s so-called “Garden City,” thanks to a new observation tool. Chemical …

This New App Sends Notes From Beyond the Grave

SafeBeyond allows a person to leave a virtual legacy after they’ve passed<p>When Moran Zur got married in 2006, his joy was tempered with sadness. He’d lost his father to cancer in 2002, and on that otherwise joyful day, he felt the loss deeply. He thought to himself, “What if I could only ask him so …

The problem with cracking down on PlayStations to stop terrorists

If you're scared of gaming consoles, you're scared of privacy<p>There's a joke in the legal world that criminals' most dangerous weapon is the flush toilet. Imagine, a perfect evidence-disposal system installed in every home in America, available whenever you hear the detectives knock on your door. …

Scientists Created Single-Molecule Submarines Powered by Light

Step 2: shrink the scientists.<p>Researchers at Rice University have created nanosubmarines: submersibles that are less than 10 nanometers long. The single-molecule subs, each composed of 24 atoms, have motors powered by ultraviolet light that propel them forward 18 nanometers per revolution. This …

Hacker group: We'll wipe ISIS off the Internet

Hacker collective Anonymous has declared "war is unleashed" against ISIS, the Islamic militant group that claimed responsibility for the deadly attacks that occurred Friday in Paris.<p>ISIS has used the Internet to recruit new members from around the world and to spread chilling images of executions …

How To Become An Astronaut

Becoming an astronaut doesn't just happen overnight. It takes many years of education and experience to meet the basic qualifications. Many people …

21 technology tipping points we will reach by 2030

Many emerging technologies that you hear about today will reach a tipping point by 2025, according to a recent report from The World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on the Future of Software & Society.<p>The council surveyed more than 800 executives and experts from the technology sector to …

Mercola Peak Fitness Videos Articles - Mercola.com

June 1, 2018 | 101,507 Views<p>And with 33 trials involving nearly 2,000 people, it's been proven to work beyond any shadow of a doubt. In one study, 80 …

Cancer cells from a tapeworm form tumors in patient with HIV

A rare infection caused by a common parasite<p>For the first time, cancer cells originating from a common tapeworm have been found inside a patient with HIV. The cells formed into cancer-like tumors that looked nearly identical to human tumors in the patient's body.<p>The unique case, detailed by the …