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Ancient Egyptians Had Vegetarian Diet, Mummy Study Shows

(Inside Science) -- Did the ancient Egyptians eat like us? If you're a vegetarian, tucking in along the Nile thousands of years ago would have felt just like home.<p>In fact, eating lots of meat is a recent phenomenon. In ancient cultures vegetarianism was much more common, except in nomadic …

Nintendo of Europe


Great Cluster in Hercules, aka M13

On a dark, clear night, the eye barely perceives the Hercules cluster as a faint, fuzzy point of light. A telescope shows it an ancient, symmetrical …

Big History

How to Make Royal Icing

Royal icing is a hard white icing made from egg whites and confectioners’ sugar. It is described as a “hard” icing because it dries hard, unlike …


Lunar Eclipse Myths From Around the World

Many cultures view the disappearance of the moon as a time of danger and chaos.<p>Marauding demons, murderous pets, and ravenous jaguars are just some of the culprits that cultures around the world have blamed for the moon's disappearance during lunar eclipses.<p>During the night of April 14 through …

Lunar Eclipse

Cherry trees blossom six years early after a trip to space

In 2008 Japanese scientists decided to take a handful of cherry tree seeds (and by "handful" we mean over 250) to space. The embryonic plants spent eight months aboard the International Space Station as part of an educational project aimed at children. When the stones returned, 14 of them were …

Are You Using The Right Soy Sauce? Here's How To Find Out

Soy sauce is one of those ubiquitous condiments that you may use often, but may not fully understand. There's a lot more to it than you might think. It's one of the oldest condiments in the world, after all. For all you know, you could be using the wrong kind of soy sauce without even realizing it. …

Robots and sex: creepy or cool?

Sex with robots may currently be restricted to fiction, but with advances in technology this could eventually change. Despite how some may react, this is something that should be accepted, maybe even embraced<p>Consenting adults’ private activities seem to get a lot of other people very cross. Almost …

What would Kurt Cobain's music sound like today?

In the new issue of <i>Entertainment Weekly</i>, I ruminate over the anniversary of the death of one of the last great rock stars with a simple question: Had …

Kurt Cobain

A History of Shonen Jump Crossover Games

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call's Tunes From FFI - FFVII

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call’s Tunes From FFI – FFVII<p><b>By Spencer</b> . April 1, 2014 . 2:22am<p>Preparing for their <i>Theatrhythm</i> encore, Square Enix …

Methane-spewing microbe blamed in Earth's worst mass extinction

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Sometimes bad things come in small packages.<p>A microbe that spewed humongous amounts of methane into Earth’s atmosphere triggered a global catastrophe 252 million years ago that wiped out upwards of 90 percent of marine species and 70 percent of land vertebrates.<p>That’s the …

Pollux: The brighter Twin star

Close together in the sky, Pollux and its brother star Castor are easy to compare. Pollux is brighter and golden in color, while Castor is fainter …


Can male hormones boost women's fertility? - Futurity

New research showing how male hormones boost the production of follicles in mice could have applications for women undergoing IVF therapy.


Newly identified dinosaur fauna sheds light on evolution

Recognition of the 160 million year old Daohugou Biota has huge scientific potential<p>Less than 20 years ago the first known feathered dinosaurs from northeastern China were being unveiled to a surprised and amazed public, and since then huge numbers of fossils have been found. A new study, however, …

How Wolves Change Rivers

Wolves are top predators that have far-reaching beneficial effects upon entire ecosystems -- including the structure of rivers.<p>Wolves are crucial for maintaining a healthy ecosystem -- a fact that was conveniently forgotten when they were exterminated from almost all of the continental United …

Camera lowered into deep ocean trench finds unexpected creatures

Scientists have taken their first look into the previously unexplored New Hebrides deep-sea trench in the Pacific Ocean. At the bottom of the trench — a depth of more than 23,000 feet (7,000 meters) — they found a surprising group of creatures unlike those found in other deep trenches around the …

Could You Die From Shaving Your Bikini Area? (VIDEO)

Just about everybody has had an ingrown hair at some point. But did you know that that little irritation could possibly kill you? On a HuffPost Live segment called "I Stopped Shaving," guests discussed their no-shave wisdoms, especially when hair removal could lead to a life or death situation.<p>Last …

X-flare! Most intense flare of 2014 so far

The sun unleashed the most intense category of solar flare – a X-flare – on February 25 at 0057 UTC.<p> is reporting that returning …


36 of Shakira's Flawless Looks

Billboard Awards

10 Ridiculous Christmas Sex Toys


20 Sex Stories That End With a Bang


Real Women Try on Holiday-Themed Lingerie, and Their Reactions Are Everything

"This is for the bedroom, yeah? Not my bedroom."<p>These five women tried on four Christmas and holiday-themed lingerie that varied from quite scandalous to downright cute. Here's what they had to say about the festive pieces:


10 Of The Sexiest Lingerie Finds Under $50

Ten of France’s natural wonders

France's smorgasbord of cultural delights could keep even the most avid museum-hopper busy for a lifetime, but don't forget about the great outdoors. France smoulders with natural beauty, so why not go <i>au naturel</i> at mountain ranges, canyons and startling stretches of coast? This round-up of …

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