Cait Reynolds

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39 DIY Christmas Gifts You'd Actually Want To Receive

There is nothing worse than when someone opens your gift and is all "Oh! You...made this [backs away slowly]." Avoid that crestfallen look with these awesome crafty ideas.

New Skull Reveals A Simpler Family Tree — NOVA Next | PBS

It took just one skull, but it allowed anthropologists to drastically simplify our evolutionary family tree. The 1.8-million-year-old specimen was …

One thousand exoplanets but still no twin for Earth

Imagine Earth's twin planet: shining blue with oceans and laced with white clouds. It orbits a star that is virtually indistinguishable from the sun, and is – of course – teeming with alien life.<p>The problem is that try as they might, astronomers have not been able to find such a world. Even after …

Om a Yoga Failure

I walk into yoga class wearing shrunken cotton pants that used to be black. A muted gray, the pants stop at my gleaming white ankles. I'm wearing a stained t-shirt that advertises my bungee jumping experience in New Zealand. I think the shirt might be cool enough to keep people from looking at my …

Caramelized Butternut, Roasted Garlic + Coconut Butter Grilled Cheese

Caramelized Butternut, Roasted Garlic + Coconut Butter Grilled Cheese.<p><i>by</i> Jessica <i>on</i> October 16, 2013 76<p>I’m probably pushing my limits here.<p>Not just …

26 Truly Thrilling Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

Ladies and gentlemen, it's time to accessorize for soup season.

Space-Born Jellyfish Hate Life On Earth

Space babies get major vertigo on Earth after a microgravity childhood.<p>A warning for future space colonizers: Babies born in space might not ever figure out how to deal with gravity. Jellyfish babies, at least, have to deal with massive vertigo on Earth after spending their first few days in …

Spicy Find Sheds Light on Ancient Cuisine

Article Details:<p>Author<p>Sarah Pruitt<p>Website Name<p>history.com<p>Year Published<p>2013<p>Title<p>Spicy Find Sheds Light on Ancient …

The Search Continues for King Solomon’s Mines

Article Details:<p>Author<p>Barbara Maranzani<p>Website Name<p>history.com<p>Year Published<p>2013<p>Title<p>The Search Continues for King Solomon’s …

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Europe’s Oldest Natural Mummy Has Living Relatives

Article Details:<p>Author<p>Barbara Maranzani<p>Website Name<p>history.com<p>Year Published<p>2013<p>Title<p>Europe’s Oldest Natural Mummy Has Living …

Eric Cantor’s Got a Fever, and the Only Prescription Is Repealing Obamacare*

As we mentioned previously, there is no time like the present—and the past and future!—for Republicans to hold yet another symbolic vote to repeal Obamacare. “The 37th time won’t be the charm,” <i>The New York Times</i> reports in a deliciously undermine-y piece about the undertaking.<p>The repeal vote, which …

Dentists Study Alligators To Figure Out How Humans Could Regrow Teeth

Gators may grow 4,000 teeth over their lifetimes.<p>Once your adult teeth come in, that's all you've got to work with. Knock one out, or lose a few to decay, and you'll have to get dentures. It's a pain, but at least one team of dental researchers is now studying how to regrow human teeth—by looking …

Untouched For The Last Billion Years, Water In Canadian Mine Holds Ingredients For Life

Scientists may have discovered the oldest free-flowing source of isolated water ever known.<p>Scientists digging around roughly one-and-a-half miles below the Earth's surface in an Ontario mine may have just discovered the oldest free-flowing source of isolated, untouched water ever known. Though they …

What Modern Humans Can Learn From The Neanderthals' Extinction

It's a fact of the archaeological record: Modern humans survived and Neanderthals did not. Why? And what does it teach us about our own survival?<p>Neanderthals were humans who went extinct between 20,000 and 30,000 years ago. Though there is some debate about who these people were, there is no …

Space Tourism's Black Carbon Problem

The industry and the F.A.A. say the climate effects of flying civilians into space will be negligible, but some scientists fret about the accumulation of black carbon in the stratosphere.<p><i>This story is part of a special PopularScience.com series on the future of energy.</i><p>Virgin Galactic proudly touts …

How NASA Could Save Kepler

Scott Hubbard, former director of the NASA Ames Research Center, speculates on how NASA could revive the ailing space telescope.<p>Yesterday NASA officials confirmed that the exoplanet-hunting Kepler space telescope had suffered a mechanical failure, throwing into question the telescope's ability to …

Earth's Core Is Weaker Than We Thought

Like so many of our own! No judgments, Earth.<p>A new study in Nature Geoscience, from two Stanford researchers, indicates that our planet's super-dense, super strong core may not be as strong as we'd thought.<p>It's very difficult to replicate the kind of ultra-high-pressure environment of Earth's iron …

Watch Live Tonight! Slooh's Full Flower Moon Webcast Starts @ 7 pm ET

Visit Slooh.com to learn to explore space.<p>The online observatory Slooh.com will host a <b>free live webcast tonight (May 29)</b> to showcase the Full Flower …

7 Greatest Alien Planet Discoveries by NASA's Kepler Spacecraft (So Far)

Photo Credit: NASA/Ames/JPL-Caltech<p>Slide 1 of 16<p>Alien Planets Beyond the Solar System<p>NASA's Kepler space telescope launched in March 2009 to hunt for …