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Exercising for your NY resolution? Use these tech tools and the Scientific 7-Minute Workout

Every year, resolute Americans search more for exercise tips in January than at any other time of the year. If you’re new to exercise, or are just getting back into it, here’s a wonderful tip: All you need is seven minutes a few times a week. Yes, just seven minutes. And, there’s a range of online …

Exercise

The Lean Muscle Diet

Principle No. 1 <br>You Need to Eat More Food<p>If you have a Taco Bell Cheesy Gordita Crunch habit, the first step is easy: Limit your intake of anything with a name that includes the words "cheesy," "gordita," and/or "crunch."<p>But you still need to eat something, and whatever it is, it'll have calories …

These 10 Hiking Trails Will Blow Your Mind

Hiking

Diet Weight Loss, Nutrition Tips and More

Nutrition

Stick on solar panels, spray on solar, super-high efficiency solar and storage could boost Solar Power into a major energy source

Promising new technologies, including more efficient photovoltaic cells that can harvest energy across the light spectrum, stick on solar cells and …

APOD: Milky Way over Moon Valley (2014 Dec 05) Image Credit & Copyright: Rafael Defavari http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap141205.html Explanation: Our Milky Way Galaxy arcs over a desolate landscape in this fantastic panoramic night skyview. The otherworldly scene looks across the arid, eroded terrain of the Valle de la Luna in the Chilean Atacama desert. Just along the horizon are lights from San Pedro, Chile, as well as the small villages of Socaire and Toconao, and a torturous winding road from the city of Calama to San Pedro. Taken on October 18th, the five panel mosaic also features the four galaxies easily visible from our fair planet's dark sky regions. At the far left, satellite galaxies known as the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds are framed by their terrestrial namesakes. Much fainter and at the right, beyond the Milky Way's central bulge, is the Andromeda Galaxy. The most distant in view, Andromeda lies some 2.5 million light-years away. http://500px.com/rafaeldefavari Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=141205 #APOD