Craig Braham

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How to perfectly season your cast-iron pan

Cast Iron Skillet

I Finally Figured Out How to Make the Crispiest, Crunchiest Chickpeas—And They’re Seriously Good on Everything

These oven-baked chickpeas are great on soups, salads, and grain bowls—or for munching on by the handful.<p>Crispy chickpeas are one of those things you …

Recipes

26 Phrases to Calm an Angry Child

<i>The following story, written by Renee Jain, was originally published on GoZen.</i><p>Whether your child has a slow-burning fuse or explodes like a firecracker at the slightest provocation, every child can benefit from anger management skills. As parents, we lay the foundation for this skill set by …

Self-help

Graphene and Beyond: The Astonishing Properties and Promise of 2D Materials

Since graphene was first isolated in 2004, a Nobel Prize-winning feat that sparked a whole new exciting field of materials science research, 2D …

17 Simple Truths That Will Improve Your Life and Make You Incredibly Successful

Memorize these words, and work their meaning into your life. Then, watch the results.<p>There is no single secret to success. If there were, and if it were straightforward or easy, everybody would do it. But everybody doesn't do it.<p>That said, there are certainly habits and strategies that can make …

Without a Doubt, the 9 Best Documentaries on Amazon Prime Will Change Your Life

If you're a regular MyDomaine reader, you've no doubt noticed I've been watching a lot of documentaries lately. In the past few months, I've scrolled …

Documentaries

For The First Time, Scientists Achieve 'Liquid Light' at Room Temperature

A Frankenstein mash-up of light and matter.<p>In June 2017, physicists achieved 'liquid light' at room temperature for the first time ever, making this …

Which Vitamins Should I Take? A New Study Says There’s One That’s More Important Than The Rest

If you've ever found yourself in the health and wellness aisle of your local pharmacy, wondering in total confusion which vitamins you should take …

18 iPhone Tips That'll Make You Seem Like A Phone Wizard

Holy shit! These are legit.

LITERATURE: Franz Kafka

What is relativity? Einstein's mind-bending theory explained

Science<p>How our ideas about space and time changed forever.<p>When the theory of relativity appeared in the early 1900s, it upended centuries of science and gave physicists a new understanding of space and time. Isaac Newton saw space and time as fixed, but in the new picture provided by special …

Equations

This Video About The Scale of Black Holes Will Crush Your Poor, Tiny Brain

We were not prepared for this.<p>Black holes are vast, matter-annihilating objects that seem to defy physics by their very existence. They're so weird, …

18 Documentaries That Have Shocking Endings

"I'm thinking the allegations are clearly false, and then...bam!"<p><i>Warning: Some spoilers ahead. Continue at your own risk.</i>

Agriculture

These 4 Cosmic Phenomena Travel Faster Than The Speed of Light

Breaking the light barrier.<p>When Albert Einstein first predicted that light travels the same speed everywhere in our Universe, he essentially stamped …

Physics

TAE Technologies pushes plasma machine to a new high on the nuclear fusion frontier

TAE Technologies, the California-based fusion company backed by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, said its latest and greatest plasma generator has …

Nuclear Energy

20 handy things you didn't know Google Photos can do

Most people think of Google Photos like a dusty old album on the shelf. Every once in a while, you flip through those old snapshots with a friend. Remember that trip to the beach? That was so nice.<p>Like most Google services, Photos is overflowing with helpful features, which can manipulate, …

End of the A380 superjumbo? Airbus warns future of plane at risk

Company says unless Emirates buys more of the jet then ‘there is no choice but to shut down the programme’<p>Airbus said on Monday that it might have to end production of the double-decker A380 superjumbo jet, having booked no new orders for the plane in two years.<p>The European aerospace group had been …

Airbus

The long wait for fusion power may be coming to an end

Environment<p>Some experts think commercial fusion reactors could begin operation as soon as 2030.<p>Renewable energy sources like solar and wind account for a growing share of the world’s electric power. That’s no surprise, given concerns about the carbon emissions from fossil fuel-fired power plants …

Fission

20+ Science Facts We Didn't Know at The Start of 2017

It's been an incredible year for science.<p><b>1.</b> The speed of gravity is pretty much identical to the speed of light! This year, for the first time ever, …

IBM Surpasses The Quantum Supremacy With 50 Qubits Quantum Processor

IBM has proven once again to be the leader in the computer industry and research. This time, in the race of quantum computing, the company has …

Video explains how electric cars work, battery and motor technology included

While many drivers generally understand the concept of an electric car, understanding generally stops there.<p>It's a car, and you plug it in to get …

Know the Four Metrics That Determine Your Risk of a Heart Attack

Keeping an eye on four metrics could help you estimate your lifetime risk of a heart attack. Understanding your risk could lead to prevention and …

Medical Research

Child abuse: 7% of Australian Catholic priests alleged to be involved

<b>An inquiry examining institutional sex abuse in Australia has heard 7% of the nation's Catholic priests allegedly abused children between 1950 and 2010.</b><p>In one religious order, over 40% of church figures were accused of abuse.<p>Over 4,440 people claim to have been victims between 1980 and 2015, the …

A few quick tips if you’re panicking

I thought of my 9-month-old, work deadlines, making dinner, and questions about my insurance coverage. I thought about cancer. I went on fretting, …

University of California

Trip Out on These DMT-Inspired 3D GIF Artworks

You'll fall (into a trance) for Mike Vos Kakis, a.k.a., UON's digital art.<p><i>Images courtesy the artist</i><p>In some ways, animated, 3D GIF artworks are pure eye candy, like the Wachowskis' <i>Speed Racer</i>, but one 3D artist hopes to change this. Mike Vos Kakis, a.k.a., UON, creates hypercolored 3D shapes and …

The 10 best moisturisers for men

Of all the grooming products a man can own, a decent moisturiser is perhaps the most important. With pollution, air con and booze all helping to rob skin of essential moisture, and with dry skin more susceptible to premature aging, slapping on a face cream won’t just make skin feel better, it’ll …

The Largest Digital Survey Of The Visible Universe Is Now Publicly Available

Over the past four years, astronomers associated with the Panoramic Survey Telescope and Rapid Response System (Pan-STARRS) project at the University …

Trump strikes back at Bill Clinton: 'He doesn't know much'

<b>(CNN) —</b> President-elect Donald Trump mocked Bill Clinton on Tuesday after the former president said Trump "doesn't know much" in an interview with a local paper.<p>"Bill Clinton stated that I called him after the election. Wrong, he called me (with a very nice congratulations). He doesn't know much …

Vortexes We Like Better Than the Polar Vortex | GIF Six-Pack

These vortexes don't make your skin hurt.<p>If you live in North America and you've been outside recently, you know it's cold. If you read the news, you know it's so cold because the polar vortex is wobbling into lower latitudes this winter. If you read last week's GIF Six-Pack, this writer's position …

A Nobel prize-winning physicist identified three simple steps to mastering any subject

I wasn’t always a good learner. I thought learning was all about the hours you put in. Then I discovered something that changed my life.<p>The famous Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman understood the difference between “knowing something” and “knowing the name of something,” and it’s one of …

Self-improvement