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Nicole Kidman Shades Giada De Laurentiis's Cooking in the Most Awkward TV Segment of the Week

Things didn't go as planned on this 'Ellen' segment...<p>Attention all lovers of shade: what was (presumably) supposed to be an informative cooking segment on <i>The Ellen Show</i> today turned into the shadiest, most uncomfortable and wonderful thing you'll watch all week.<p>While visiting the show, Nicole …

Giada De Laurentiis

Rabbit hole leads to incredible 700-year-old Knights Templar cave complex

A rabbit hole in the UK conceals the entrance to an incredible cave complex linked to the mysterious Knights Templar.<p>New photos show the remarkable Caynton Caves network, which looks like something out of the movie “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.” The shadowy Knights Templar order is said to …

Ancient History

17 Healthy *Bar* Recipes You NEED in Your Bag of Tricks

Is there any food hack more genius than BARS? The one-batch wonders save your day in so many ways. Cereal bars take the rush out of your mornings. Portable cookie ones make it easy to bring treats to the office. Tasty dessert versions crush your late-night cravings. Now that you’ve Hit Refresh, …

Breakfast

The Potluck Thanksgiving Recipes Perfect For Friendsgiving

Thirteen recipes you really should be grateful for.<p><b>Our Complete Thanksgiving Recipe Guide</b><p>Thanksgiving is a favorite holiday among Americans, but Friendsgiving is even better. Friendsgiving is about celebrating this holiday with the people you’ve chosen to have in your life, not the ones you were …

Meet The Artsy Magazine That Will Focus Solely On Mental Illness

"We’d be a much healthier world if people could talk about things like anxiety, depression and PTSD the same way you talk about cancer or migraines.”<p>One of the most challenging aspects of living with a mental health condition is trying to accurately convey the experience to others. Enter Anxy, a …

5 houseplants for removing indoor air pollution

<b>New research finds that certain houseplants are best for removing specific harmful compounds.</b><p>It’s not new news that houseplants are beautiful little …

Quirky Cassette Tape Coffee Tables Add a Touch of Nostalgia to Any Room

The nostalgia of cassette tapes meets a modern, sleek, and industrial design in Taybles, a Los Angeles-based company which specializes in crafting pop-art that doubles as functional furniture. The three young artists who make up the company (Taylor, Justin, and Zach) produce cassette tape coffee …

Furniture

These Tater Tot Recipes Are Crazy But Totally Genius

Taters gonna tate, but there are so many ways to improve on the original.

What The Heck Is Jackfruit And Can It Really Taste Like Pulled Pork?

My doctor was pretty serious this time. My yearly physical has often included the phrase “You should cut down on red meat,” but this time he was much more direct, “You <i>need</i> to cut down on red meat.” “Blasphemy,” I thought, with my Homer Simpson-like brain visualizing the big, juicy steak that I’d …

BBQ

5 reasons why you should care about the discovery of gravitational waves

A big press conference was held, and physicists around the world celebrated.<p>The discovery was even compared to Galileo looking through a telescope for the first time.<p>So why all the fanfare? Why are gravitational waves such a huge deal?

Albert Einstein

The Most Notable Medical Findings of 2015

Every week, I peruse around fifteen journals, some featuring basic science, others clinical research and patient cases, and still others a mix. As a specialist in blood diseases and cancer, I pay particular attention to those articles reporting advances, and failures, in my field. But I am also …

Sacred Knowledge: how psychedelics shaped an academic's life

William Richards’ new memoir focuses on the way psychedelics have enriched his life and fuelled his own work on ‘entheogens’ and spiritual experiences<p>In 1963, then-psychology grad student William A Richards was studying in Germany when he volunteered to take part in an experiment with psychedelics. …

Indian Scientist: "New NASA Findings Tell That 'True' Black Holes DO NOT Exist"

The conventional astrophysics tells us that black holes are ultra-compact objects that have a gravitational field so powerful that even light can not …

Sam’s historical recipe corner: Spiced hot chocolate

In every issue of <i>BBC History Magazine</i>, picture editor Sam Nott brings you a recipe from the past. In this article, Sam recreates spiced hot chocolate …

Dessert

5 side dishes from Donna Hay to serve this Thanksgiving

"[Side dishes] have to be quite dramatic," says Australian author Donna Hay. "They're like the good supporting actors in their roles." In preparation …

Searching For Happiness: Finding Where Happiness Happens in the Brain

<b>Kyoto University researchers narrow in on the neural structures behind happiness.</b><p>Exercising, meditating, scouring self-help books… we go out of our …

Neuroscience
Lemon Juice

"Sacred Landscapes" Story and Pictures

Story ?<p>Sacred Landscapes<p>Published <b>Nov 18, 2015</b> | View the Assignment | Features Photos From <b>23 Contributors</b><p><b>23 photos</b> selected by<p><i>National Geographic Explorer</i><p>View Slideshow<p>The idea of doing a story based on images that focused on merging worlds was challenging in many ways. First and most importantly …

9 Ways to Cook with Champagne

1 of 9<p>Scallops with Champagne Truffle Cream<p>Advertisement<p>2 of 9<p>Fettuccine with Champagne Cream Sauce<p>3 of 9<p>Chicken Au Champagne<p>Advertisement<p>4 of 9<p>Baked …

"Mood Math" Could Provide Deeper Understanding of Bipolar Disorder

<b>Bipolar disorder – formerly known as manic depression – is a chronic, recurrent mental illness characterised by extreme swings in mood. The condition</b> …

Neuroscience

The Whisky Wars: Japan Versus Scotland

For the first time ever, Japan is challenging Scotland for whisky dominance, and consumers are the winners.<p>Japanese whisky was once considered a novelty crowded out by Scottish offerings, but this perspective changed radically two years ago after renowned spirits writer Jim Murray named Yamazaki’s …

Whiskey

As Brazilian Economy Descends Into Crisis, Tech Is Growing Double Digits

Despite a miserable macro-economic mix of circumstances, including the worst recession in almost 100 years, the biggest corruption scandal Brazil has ever seen, and calls for President Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment, Brazil’s tech industry is thriving.<p>Startups are churning out funding announcements …

NASA's Curiosity rover eyes weird rock on Mars

NASA's Mars rover Curiosity went out of its way to investigate a rock the likes of which it has never seen before on the Red Planet.<p>Measurements by Curiosity's rock-zapping ChemCam laser and another instrument revealed that the target, a chunk of bedrock dubbed Elk, contains high levels of silica …

Amazing

Space geckos show their playful side on zero-gravity mission

Reptiles were previously considered unable to play, but a Russian space experiment has overturned that view thanks to a loosely fastened collar<p>They can walk on walls with ease and shed their tails when they find themselves in a tight spot, but the one thing geckos were thought to lack was a …

Skateboarding in Kabul

Photographer Jessica Fulford-Dobson is the latest to use her lens to capture NGO Skateistan's students in Kabul. The project, started in 2007 by Australian Oliver Percovich, aims to mix studies with sport with the priority of getting girls from poor and displaced families back into full-time …

Kabul

Pot in NYC may soon net just a ticket, not an arrest

New York City will change its policy on possession of small amounts of marijuana, giving police officers the option of writing offenders a ticket instead of taking them into custody, city officials said Monday at a press conference.<p>Mayor Bill de Blasio said the change will remove the stigma of a …

Heavenly Nipples celebrates sexual diversity at the Glastonbury Festival

At this year's festival, Guerilla Science used latex nipples, merkins and the Great Wall of Vagina to confront the pervasive discomfort humans have with our sexual diversity<p>After spending five days at the Glastonbury Festival in a tent stacked to the rafters with labia weights, latex nipples, …

Be Happy, Do This: Hand-Written Tips From Malcolm Gladwell, Roman Mars, And More

Design student Graham McMullin is asking one person a day to document what makes him or her happy, then testing those suggestions himself.<p>How do you exercise your inalienable right to pursue happiness? Graham McMullin, a student at School of Visual Arts in New York City, decided to take an …