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Brad Pilon’s Eat Stop Eat Review – Is It Worth Price?

What is inside Brad Pilon’s eat stop eat – eatstopeat.com diet system? Who is Brad Pilon? Read Eat Stop Eat Reviews in details!<p>Product Name: Eat Stop …

Nutrition

Brad Pilon On The Protein Myth & The Truth About Intermittent Fasting

I’m always looking for the best diet to optimize health, performance, mental clarity, and body composition.Over the years, I’ve had countless …

Fitness

Brad Pilon on Intermittent Fasting, Mindful Eating, and Why Chocolate is Great (The Greatist Podcast)

In this episode of the Greatist Podcast we chat with Brad Pilon, the author of <i>Eat Stop Eat,</i> the definitive book on intermittent fasting<i>.</i> After …

Holistic Medicine

APOD: Enhanced Color Caloris (2015 Mar 05) Image Credit: NASA, JHU APL, ASU, CIW http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap150305.html Explanation: The sprawling Caloris basin on Mercury is one of the solar system's largest impact basins, created during the early history of the solar system by the impact of a large asteroid-sized body. The multi-featured, fractured basin spans about 1,500 kilometers in this enhanced color mosaic based on image data from the Mercury-orbiting MESSENGER spacecraft. Mercury's youngest large impact basin, Caloris was subsequently filled in by lavas that appear orange in the mosaic. Craters made after the flooding have excavated material from beneath the surface lavas. Seen as contrasting blue hues, they likely offer a glimpse of the original basin floor material. Analysis of these craters suggests the thickness of the covering volcanic lava to be 2.5-3.5 kilometers. Orange splotches around the basin's perimeter are thought to be volcanic vents. http://www.nasa.gov/ http://www.jhuapl.edu/ http://carnegiescience.edu/ http://sese.asu.edu/astrophysics Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=150305 #APOD

Watch: 3D-Printed Fibonacci sculptures come to life in mind-blowing optical illusion

Based on the Fibonacci sequence, these incredible sculptures create a mesmerising optical illusion when rotated<p>John Edmark, a design lecturer at Stanford University in the US, has created a set of 3D-printable sculptures that come to life when spun around and filmed using a very short shutter speed.<p>…

Digital Art

New Theory Suggests That We Live In The Past Of A Parallel Universe

Whether through Newton's gravitation, Maxwell's electrodynamics, Einstein's special and general relativity or quantum mechanics, all the equations that best describe our universe work perfectly if time flows forward or backward.<p>Of course the world we experience is entirely different. The universe …

Dark Matter

An Exercise To Improve Shoulder Health And Function

No Time? No Bike? No Problem.

Burpees might be the ideal way to squeeze in a workout—here’s how they can help you ride faster and stronger<p>Burpees make everything burn: Your muscles, your lungs, and most importantly, a ton of calories, making them a great exercise for days when you don’t have a lot of time or access to a bike. …

DNA Can Carry Current, a Promising Step Toward Molecular Electronics

The promise of molecular electronics gets hoisted up the flagpole periodically, but now an international team of researchers based out of the Hebrew …