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19 Bad Habits You Should Drop Before You Turn 30

Baby, it's time to let go of that bad blood.

How-To: Shoot Epic Landscape Photos Of the Night Sky

Growing up in New Jersey, photographer Ben Canales didn't have a lot of stars to look at. Now, however, he spends many nights out in the cold with …

Why families with three or more children are the happiest

Ah, is there anything more cheering than a piece of research that confirms your long-held biases and life choices?<p>Eurostat, the European-wide statistics agency (the Brussels ONS, if you will) has published its annual report into happiness across its member states. Once again, Scandinavia tops the …

Time Management

This is a Giant Fujinon XA55 Broadcast Lens on a Tiny Panasonic GH4

What do you get if you mount a giant $60,000 broadcast lens to a tiny mirrorless camera? That’s what YouTube user SirJonnyCargo recently set out to …

National Parks

63 Songs You Need In Your Life This Month

Pop, rock, rap, country, and R&B for June, in no particular order.

Rita Ora

Christopher Nolan Finally Addressed The Ambiguous Ending Of ‘Inception,’ Kind Of

Christopher Nolan has made a career out of explaining the ending of <i>Inception</i>, one almost as lucrative as filmmaking itself. Hell, some of his performers have had to give him a hand on occasion. Despite this, the film’s ending is usually the one thing that either makes people love <i>Inception</i>, or hate …

Christopher Nolan

NASA's 'Warp Drive' Violates Another Law of Physics, Almost Certainly Won't Work

More problems with the EmDrive: As pitched, it's an "absurd" perpetual motion machine.<p>A physicist has found yet another reason why NASA's headline-grabbing "warp drive" propulsion system should be impossible and probably won't work: As currently constructed, the so-called EmDrive would be an …