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Do You Use Mental Techniques? 4 Reasons Why They’re Not Working | Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement

Mental training techniques are all the rage right now. I’m going to present a contrarian view. It’s been my experience from working with athletes …

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Usain Bolt slogs way to narrow 100m win

Usain Bolt's 2013 began in disappointing fashion Wednesday night at the Cayman Invitational. He won the 100 meters, but did so in 10.09 seconds, …

Usain Bolt shows up on a rocket

Usain Bolt won made his first return to the Olympic Stadium (now known as The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park) in London, England, over the weekend, …

5 Keys to Running Healthy and Staying Injury-Free

Follow these rules, and you’ll spend more time on the road and less time in rehab.<p><b>AVOID THE TERRIBLE TOO’S.</b> Doing too much, too soon, too fast is the number-one cause of running injuries. The body needs time to adapt to increases in mileage or speed. Muscles and joints need recovery time so they …

Training advice - The Running Bug

Fashion X Technology: Naim Josefi

Blending minimalism with a touch of whimsy, Swedish designer Naim Josefi has broken new ground on the runway. Drawing comparisons to icons like Alexander McQueen, Josefi has already established himself as a name synonymous with incredible innovation. Back in 2012, Josefi won an opportunity to …

Intricately Detailed Carpets Illustrated with Bic Pens

<i>The Blue Carpet</i> is an intricately designed illustration by Paris-based art director Jonathan Brchignac that is made entirely out of blue Bic pens and ultraviolet ink on paper. The labor-intensive piece features a detailed, fairly symmetrical pattern filled with a variety of complex geometric …

Toilet Paper is a Publication You Won’t Want to Flush Down the Drain - The Fox Is Black

<i>Toilet Paper</i> is perhaps the most bizarre, shocking, and borderline-subversive publication I’ve ever picked up… And I <i>love</i> it. A bi-annual magazine, …

Review: Fujifilm X100S

The Fujifilm X100S is the camera you want without even knowing it.<p>Sure, for an aspiring photographer, the lure of a DSLR can be strong. But when …

Lion House Visual Identity by Alexander Kormilitsyn

Lion House Branding.<p>Alexander Kormilitsyn is a Russia based graphic designer with over 5 years experience in the fields of brand design, print, and …

Chemical Analysis Finds A Whiskey's Unique Fingerprint

How to tell different whiskeys apart scientifically<p>Just as Scottish and Irish accents are clearly different from American English ones, so are Scotch and Irish whiskeys chemically distinct from their American counterparts, and ongoing research is analyzing exactly how.<p>Food science researchers at …

Big Pic: Look At NASA's LADEE Spacecraft Soaring Over NYC

An amazing timelapse from the top of Rockefeller Center<p>NASA's LADEE spacecraft launched from Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia on Friday night, en route to an orbital trip around the moon. The night-flight provided photographers like Ben Cooper of LaunchPhotography.com an opportunity for some …

Why Mars Colonists Will Definitely Go Crazy

A space colony could be a breeding ground for mental illness.<p>Everyone and their mother wants to send people to Mars these days. Dutch spaceflight nonprofits, President Obama, and even Buzz Aldrin have seriously discussed plans to put humans on the inhospitable planet in the next few decades. But …

Is This Undersea Monster Really the World's Largest Volcano?

Scientists announced last week that they'd found the world's largest volcano. But with their discovery buried beneath the ocean, how do we know for sure?<p><b>The announcement last week set off a flurry</b> of news reports with headlines such as "Underwater volcano is Earth's biggest" and "The Largest …

The latest tech weapons the US might deploy in Syria

US military commanders often see conflicts as opportunities to use recently developed technology. Here are the latest weapons or systems that may be used and why - from microwave to cyber weapons.<p>Military action against Syria may have been put on hold, at least for now. But as the US military has …

A New Kind Of 'More'

You've heard, maybe, about "Simple Living"? It's what some people do, Gandhi-style, to simplify their lives. They shed possessions. They watch their carbon footprint. They choose to live with less. They have what they need, and that's enough.<p>What's the opposite of Simple Living? (Everything needs …

Warding Off Polar Bears? There's An App For That

Just in time for the release of the new iPhone, a man in Canada has found yet another new use for the cellphone — thwarting a polar bear attack.<p>Garett Kolsun says he used his cellphone to scare off a 400-pound polar bear on the attack, using the light from the handset to startle the animal long …

NASA is farming lettuce in space

Starting in December, NASA will begin producing its own food in orbit for the first time ever, according to a new report in <i>Modern Farmer</i>. Called the Vegetable Production System (or VEGGIE for short), the minimal rig will accommodate six romaine lettuce plants grown under pink LED lamps, ready for …

Jerusalem: Gold and Silver Artifacts Found Near Temple Mount, 'I have never found so much gold in my life!'

A treasure trove of Byzantine-era gold and silver artifacts were discovered just 50 meters south of the Temple Mount, leading one Hebrew University …

How voles got to Neolithic Scotland - Futurity

Bones of prehistoric voles on the Orkney Islands in Scotland offer a genetic “snapshot” of …

Feeding Frenzy Fills Monterey Bay With Humpback Whales

In the last week, epic numbers of humpback whales have swum into Monterey Bay, drawn by a massive anchovy bloom. The splashing spectacle is unlike …

When Sutter's Mill meteorite split open, out fell seeds of early life

The primordial soup of the early Earth may have been more chemically rich and complex than previously thought, according to new analysis of the Sutter's Mill meteorite, a space rock that exploded over California in 2012.<p>In a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of …

Expedition 36: Farewell ISS!