Yeidi Marian Morales Mercado

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Don't Do What I Do: How Getting Out Of Sync Can Help Relationships

"Whatever! Just leave me alone!"<p>Tammy stomps her feet up the stairs to the bedroom. A few moments later she slams the door, leaving for work. Jack is exasperated, angry and hurt. He wanted to rush outside and demand that Tammy treat him with respect. He imagined giving her the silent treatment …

Psychology

Nice Awakes to a Changed City on Morning After Attack

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France

11 Photos That Prove Japan Is The Most Beautiful Place On Earth

Hidenobu Suzuki knows Japan like the back of his hand.<p>This spring, the Toyohashi-based photographer shot some stunning photos of cherry blossoms in his home country. And now that it's rainy season, he's back outdoors to capture more Japanese scenery. (Spoiler alert: It's still stunning.)<p>Check out …

12 Inspirational Quotes From Dalai Lama On How To Live A Good Life

Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet, celebrated his 81st birthday Wednesday.<p>The Buddhist leader marked the occasion with a birthday celebration at the Drepung Monastery in Karnataka, India.<p>From his humble beginnings as a child of farmers in northeastern Tibet to his exile in Dharamsala, …

Mindfulness

Puerto Rico's First LGBT Monument Honors Orlando Victims

Puerto Rico has unveiled its first LGBT monument, which also serves as a memorial to the 49 victims of the June 12 massacre at Orlando’s Pulse …

Puerto Rico

Astronomers reveal 6,000-year-old 'telescope with no lens'

Did the narrow passageways to ancient, sacred tombs actually serve as the first telescopes? Research conducted by a team of astronomers suggests so, citing a 6,000-year-old tomb in Portugal as evidence.<p>The study was presented at last week's National Astronomy Meeting in Nottingham, U.K.<p>More on …

6,000-year-old 'telescope' discovered in Portuguese tombs

Astronomers have discovered what they believe could be "the first astronomical observing tool", used by humans 6,000 years ago to observe the …

Archaeology

Growth spurt of a giant: Supermassive black hole spotted rapidly increasing in size as it devours debris in distant galaxy

• <b>Astronomers spotted an unusual gas jet at the centre of galaxy NGC 1377</b>• <b><br>It is produced by supermassive black hole 70 million light years from Earth</b>• <b><br>In</b> …

How Jupiter saves Earth from destruction

<b>(CNN) —</b> NASA scored a bull's-eye with its latest space spectacular. From a distance of a half a billion miles, NASA guided its Juno space probe so that it went into a flawless orbit around Jupiter, only the second time in history this has been done. Some have compared this feat to trying to thread …

Universe

'Welcome to Jupiter!' NASA's Juno space probe arrives at giant planet

<b>Jet Propulsion Lab, California (CNN) —</b> NASA says it has received a signal from 540 million miles across the solar system, confirming its Juno spacecraft has successfully started orbiting Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system.<p>"Welcome to Jupiter!" flashed on screens at mission control at …

Astronomy

What Food People Were Obsessed with the Year You Were Born

Shoutout to all the sushi babies of the '80s!<p>Trends in food, like those in fashion and beauty, change with the times. They sometimes take years, or even decades, to percolate and peak, and once they do, they can stick around on menus forever, or go the way of the fondue pot and disappear forever.

North America’s remote underwater wonderland

Dry Tortugas National Park presents a unique challenge: how do you preserve an area where weather and predator damage are out of the rangers’ control?<p>Dry Tortugas National Park, located about 70 miles west of Key West in the Gulf of Mexico, covers 100 sq miles of ocean and seven small islands. A …

National Parks

The 3 Biggest Lessons of Denmark's Clean-Energy Movement

City leaders across the globe would do well to pay attention.<p>To find the world’s most aggressive clean energy targets, look no further than Denmark.<p>The city of Copenhagen is working hard toward meeting a pledge to become carbon-neutral by 2025. A much smaller municipality near the German border, …

10 Artists Who Create Striking Geometric Tattoos Spanning the Body

Geometric shapes are the building blocks of our world, and their brilliant simplicity makes them a popular choice for tattoos. Their historical …

Body Art
Muslim Brotherhood

4 Powerful Ways To Awaken Your Life's Purpose

Nietzsche said, "He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how."<p>If you're feeling tired, burned out, or just stuck, awakening your sense of "why" can be a powerful way to build resilience and thrive. A strong sense of purpose is the everyday awareness and conscious acknowledgment that you …

Happiness

Humans Are Now Causing Species to Artificially Evolve

Extinction isn't the only end game.<p>Species are disappearing at speeds unseen since previous global extinction events, and there's little doubt that humans are to blame. Biologists estimate that dozens of them vanish every single day, which is nearly 1,000 times the rate of extinction levels …

Biology

Scientists created zombie ‘Frankenturtles’ to discover why loggerheads are dying

The two majestic loggerhead sea turtles were dead, and nothing could change that. Like dozens of their kind, they’d succumbed in the ocean and washed …

Istanbul airport attackers seized on chaos to cause carnage

ISTANBUL (AP) — It was an attack that echoed the carnage earlier this year at the Brussels airport, down to the taxi that carried the men to their target: Inciting panic and then taking lethal advantage, three suicide attackers unleashed a deadly tide of bullets and bombs at Istanbul's Ataturk …

Extremism

Fading fishermen: A historic industry faces a warming world

SEABROOK, N.H. (AP) — The cod isn't just a fish to David Goethel. It's his identity, his ticket to middle-class life, his link to a historic industry.<p>"I paid for my education, my wife's education, my house, my kids' education; my slice of America was paid for on cod," said Goethel, a 30-year …

New England