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14 YouTube Channels You Need To Know If You Want To Work Out For Free

Everything you need if you want to get fit but don't want to spend money, leave your house, or put on a sports bra.

Muscle

Carl Sagan Quotes That Reveal His Thoughts on Religion

What the famous skeptic had to say about God<p>An astronomer, activist, and novelist, Carl Sagan didn't hesitate to share his views on the world, …

Carl Sagan

A Beginner's Guide to the Paleolithic Period or Stone Age

Archaeology of the Stone Age<p>The Stone Age in human prehistory also referred to as the Paleolithic Period, is the period between about 2.7 million and …

Anthropology

The 4 Fundamental Forces of Physics

The fundamental forces (or fundamental interactions) of physics are the ways that individual particles interact with each other. It turns out that …

Why Every Traveler Needs To Visit Borneo Once

When I was young, the word Borneo conjured in me vague ideas of exotic wildlife and remote, unexplored India Jones-worthy jungle. I’m not sure where …

The newest version of the famous Ostrich Pillow is here to banish jet lag forever

World, meet the heir to the Ostrich Pillow's throne.<p>Back in September 2012, a squishy, spherical pillow with four holes in it stole Kickstarter's …

Jet Lag

DNA from old skeleton suggests humanity’s been here longer than we thought

There are a lot of caveats, but a Stone Age genome makes humanity look old.<p>When did humanity start? It's proven to be a difficult question to answer. …

Origin of Zero Symbol Is Centuries Older Than Previously Thought

The number zero is something we all take for granted, yet its conceptual origin has eluded archaeologists and historians. An updated analysis of an …

What Was the Fertile Crescent?

This ancient Mediterranean region is also called the "cradle of civilization"<p>The "fertile crescent," often referred to as the "cradle of …

Ancient History

Aiming for the stars: An introduction to Astrophotography- Technology News, Firstpost

Every time I see a picture of the stars or constellations, or even photos of a Deep Sky Object(DSO), I can’t help but wonder at our place in the …

This sleep mask has built-in headphones—and it's magic

Insomniacs (and SO's of loud sleepers) rejoice.<p>You’re about to receive a powerful ally in your eternal struggle for a good night’s sleep. The Sleep …

This 4-In-1 Gadget is Only $30, and Essential For Frequent Travelers

If you travel with any regularity, this versatile little gadget may just be your new best friend. At first glance, it looks like any other USB …

Look Inside: A Spectacular Collection of Cutaway Infographics

The best infographics grant you superpowers. An aerial map lends you, the viewer, the power of flight. A beautifully organized chart lets you …

Frontiers Lecture: What is Relativity and Why Should You Care?

The year 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of Einstein’s publication of his general theory of relativity—a theory almost everyone has heard of, but …

The Original PlayStation's Most Valuable Games

With nearly 2,000 games in its arsenal, the PlayStation has one of the largest libraries in gaming history.<p>This is even more impressive when you …

Massive Infographic of Star Wars A New Hope

This is a massive infographic depicting the entire story of Star Wars IV: A New Hope. Printed it measures 123m long (over 400ft). Online this …

Star Wars

Why Is The Expansion Of The Universe Always Drawn Like A Cylinder?

<i>Why is the shape of the universe depicted as a cone?</i><p><i>If the universe is expanding with all points moving away from each other, how come it is depicted as cylindrical with the expansion outward mostly in one direction?</i><p>I have gotten a <i>lot</i> of questions about diagrams of the Universe’s expansion. I must …

Turn Your iPhone Into a Mobile Recording Studio

Everyone has a smartphone. High-end audio recording gear, not so much, unless you’re a professional. Fortunately there are numerous devices, from …

How to Get the Best Results from Ultra-Wide Lenses

These days, most kit lenses on consumer DSLRs are wide-angle. 18mm on an APS-C sensor camera (or 27mm in old 35mm speak) is wide enough for most …

24 hours in Poznań

Kraków, Warsaw and Gdańsk are the 'big three' of Polish tourism; many travellers never visit any other city in Poland. In the west, however, Poznań beckons with plentiful museums, interesting architecture, and diverse options for dining and nightlife.<p>In addition, the city is steeped in Poland’s …

Italy’s fabulous five: planning your visit to the Cinque Terre

The Italian Riviera is not short of rugged coastline or romantic towns and villages, but the five fishing communities of the Cinque Terre are its most iconic highlight. The five villages are no longer the isolated hamlets they once were, but there’s still a feeling of remote authenticity, with few …

Top 21 things to do in Tokyo for free

Exploring the Big Sushi is a mind-blowing experience, but it can also blow your budget. Don't despair <b>–</b> there’s an abundance of things to do and see in Tokyo that don’t cost a single yen. From gardens and temples to contemporary art, sumo practice and a world-famous fish market, you can experience …

The Engadget Guide to Tokyo

Robots, the <i>otaku</i> culture epicenter, the country that gave us Nintendo, Sony and Hatsune Miku. In Tokyo, there's so much to see -- and maybe that's why I live here. Being the good friend that I am, I've curated a map of restaurants, shops and attractions that are a must for tech-happy tourists and …

Tokyo

100 years on, is this Einstein’s greatest gift to human understanding? | Paul Davies

The detection of gravitational waves will open up a new spectrum of the universe – finally demonstrating a theory presented a century ago<p>History may judge 2015 as the year when mankind opened up a completely new window on the universe, exactly a century after Albert Einstein laid the scientific …

Albert Einstein

More than ouzo: a drinker’s guide to Greece

A trip to Greece isn’t complete without a sip or three of ouzo, the local aperitif which adds an aniseed haze to many a balmy evening. But in a country with ancient wine culture, burgeoning brew houses and homemade brandy by the barrelful, there’s more than one way to quench your thirst.<p>So gather …

3 Key Lessons in Photography For Beginners - Digital Photography School

There’s so much to learn when it comes to photography but at the heart of it there are some key lessons to get your head around.<p>Here are 3 lessons …

Understanding Evaluative Metering on Your EOS Camera

Photo by Flickr user MiNe By Andrew S. Gibson – the author of Understanding Exposure: Perfect Exposure on Your EOS Camera (currently 36% off at …

First Ancient African Genome Reveals Vast Eurasian Migration

<i>Editor's Note (1/29/16): The researchers involved in the study described in this story have acknowledged that they made an error, which forced them</i> …

How to Photograph a Rainbow

A Rainbow is something that has the power to stop you in your tracks when it unexpectedly appears when you’re least expecting to see one. They’re …

Math Mystery: Shinichi Mochizuki and the Impenetrable Proof

Sometime on the morning of August 30 2012, Shinichi Mochizuki quietly posted four papers on his website.<p>The papers were huge—more than 500 pages in …