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A New Dinosaur Was Discovered And It's Stupidly Badass

Scientists reported the discovery of a new dinosaur this week. The dino is a cousin to the famous velociraptor, and is now the largest dinosaur found with birdlike wings.<p>"Chris Pratt is signed up for <i>JP5</i>," Brusatte explained, "So they'll need a new storyline. How about some terrorists get their …

nPerf promises an all-in-one app for all your speed testing needs

Common speed test websites and apps are very helpful for finding out your internet quality and connection stability. These services give us a clear look at what’s going on with our handsets and our carrier’s network towers, but most times they are unsuccessful at using that information wisely. All …

16 Tricks For Having More Fun (and Less Hassles) at a Summer Music Festival

A rock fest veteran shares his insider tips on hitting the music festival circuit like a pro<p>Gods be praised, the music festival season is finally upon us!<p>Whether you’re hitting Chicago’s Lollapalooza, L.A.’s FYF Fest, the Newport Folk Festival, or Knotfest—Slipknot’s sprawling, two-day heavy metal …

How the Simple ‘1-2-3 Method’ Can Make You Stronger Than Ever

Maximize your strength and blast through plateaus with this easy-to-follow rep scheme<p>Some things are too complicated to possibly understand: taxes, space travel, women. But building <b>strength</b> doesn’t have to be. In fact, it can be as easy as 1-2-3.<p>A long-time favorite of coaches and trainers, the …

Workouts

How can we fix unconscious racism?

Racist stereotypes, at their root, come from quite a fundamental learning mechanism. Humans are able to learn and adapt so quickly because they are excellent at making generalisations about the world based on very limited experience. Take dogs, for example - a toddler might reasonably conclude …

Psychology

Insects may be able to feel fear, anger and empathy, after all

A recent survey suggests that, for most of us who have ever had a pet companion, it’s a no-brainer that mammals and birds are emotional creatures, sharing emotions with multiple species and not just their own. Yet despite the thousands of YouTube videos and hundreds of recent scientific studies …