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Portraits of a ravaged land: incredible photography by Nick Brandt


5 Surprising Facts About Nikola Tesla

The brilliant inventor gets a new statue in Long Island.<p><b>A new statue of Nikola Tesla now graces New York's Long Island, the latest homage to the celebrated visionary. At the statue's unveiling last week, Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic told the dedication crowd at Tesla's former Wardenclyffe</b> …


Eat A Protein-Packed Breakfast Any Day Of The Week

The muscle-building, gut-satisfying breakfast you must make<p>We all know that eggs and potatoes are a solid, healthy start to your day. And if your weekday mornings are anything like mine, then we can probably agree that if breakfast takes more than 10 minutes to cook then it simply will not happen. …

The 15 Most Impressive Movie Survivals

<i>[Spoilers herein.]</i><p>This weekend, Alfonso Cuarón's lost-in-space thriller <i>Gravity</i> opens in theaters, featuring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock playing astronauts who get marooned in zero gravity after their space station is hit by Russian satellite debris. The struggle to get out of a rather major …

Mad Max

Pristine "Islands in the Sky" Are Window on Evolution


Sport picture of the day: gymnastics in space Photo series: The roof of the Antwerp Sports Palace gives an otherworldly quality to this photo of Naoya Tsukahara taken during qualifying for the rings event at the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships. Almost perfect symmetry, and the diagonal lines of the ropes and lights elevate this image above the standard action photo

2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Z51 vs. 2014 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta vs. 2013 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions: Sports Cars Don’t Get Better Than This<p>It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. No, I’m not talking about the Jacobin Reign of Terror, or anything to do with Charles Dickens. I’m talking about how the <i>Motor Trend</i> staff felt after wrapping up our 2013 Best …

Munem Wasif's best photograph: the journey for fresh water in Bangladesh

'Twenty years ago, the area was flooded with seawater to farm shrimp. Now there is nothing to drink'<p>Bangladesh is a country of rivers and water. The world is used to seeing images of us only when we are underwater, due to all the flooding. However, in the Satkhira region in the south-west of the …

Google privacy bug sent chats to the wrong people

Glitch in Hangouts and Talk services caused instant messaging systems to route messages to seemingly random contacts<p>A privacy bug within Google's Hangouts and Google Talk chat instant messaging services has confused message recipients and sent instant messages to other contacts as well as the …

Kenya attack: a photographer's view from the Westgate mall

Goran Tomasevic is Reuters chief photographer for East Africa, based in Nairobi, Kenya. He recounts his experiences covering the first few hours of the attack by Islamist militants on the Westgate shopping mall. WARNING: The images following are graphic and may cause distress to some readers<p>I was …

Potted histories: Scotch eggs

This week in our food history column, Leah Hyslop cracks open the story of the Scotch egg.<p>There's a marvellous moment in an old episode of <i>I'm Alan Partridge</i> when the eponymous hero asks his long-suffering assistant, Lynn, if she can smell his breath. "It smells a bit like gas," she says. Ah, …

Alan Partridge