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According to Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus of The Minimalists, minimalism can be summed up in a single sentence:...<p>It’s been awhile since we last visited the City of Light, so here’s a jaunt to five modern abodes we adore.<p>Forget gilded dragons, lazy Susans, and too much red—these …

Why 'Earth 2.0' is actually nothing like Earth

Nasa's discovery of Kepler-452b, a planet orbiting around a distant star in deep space, has predictably caused waves of excitement on the internet, …

The PS4/Xbox One Console War Has Taken A Decidedly Stupid Turn

The first real video game console war was detailed expertly in one of my favorite non-fiction books, aptly titled “Console Wars” by Blake J. Harris. It’s a story of drama, suspense, and even intrigue, and shows how Nintendo eventually bested SEGA to knock the rival company out of the console game. …

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America's 21 Most Beautiful Campsites

From Death Valley to Glacier Bay, Alaska and back down to the Grand Canyon, we've got the country covered.<p>With 3,794,100 square miles of soaring mountains, pristine beaches and crystal clear lakes, the United States offers endless options for those looking to spend a few nights under the stars. But …

NASA Captures Surprising Photos of Pluto | The Takeaway | WNYC

NASA's New Horizon spacecraft has captured images of Pluto's icy peaks—some as tall as 11,000 feet—alongside a crater-less flat zone they weren't …

17 Facts About Time That Will Hurt Your Brain

"Time is an illusion. Lunchtime doubly so."<p><b>1.</b> Time passes faster for your face than for your feet (assuming you're standing up). Einstein's theory of relativity dictates that the closer you are to the centre of the Earth, the slower time goes – and this has been measured. At the top of Mount …

A Robot Passes A Self-Awareness Test For First Time

Scientists create new strain of algae that tastes like bacon

Oregon State University researchers created and patented a new strain of the protein-rich red marine algae known as Dulse. When cooked, this new …

Magic Kingdom at 61: Rare 1955 color photos of Disneyland

Disneyland opening on July 17, 1955 with 22,000 invited guests attending<p>LIFE magazine was on hand for the official opening of Disneyland on July 17, 1955.<p>Dreamed up by animator and studio head Walt Disney, the 160-acre park was built over orange groves in Anaheim, California and soon became a major …

We normally prefer the mountains, but have a love affair with the desert. Last night was spent all alone in the middle of the Desierto de Tatacoa... well, alone with about a brazrillion stars. #desktoglory #campvibes #overlandempire #epicadventure #cvttents #anywhereispossible #discoversouthamerica #whatsyour20 #provenoverland

The Unreality of Ultra Sharp Images

As camera companies pack more power into smaller packages, the image quality only stands to improve, right? The Canon 5DS R has an ungodly …

Here Are the Four Types of Drunks, According to Science

You know when you’re out with your friends at a bar, and you’ve all had the same amount to drink, yet one friend is giggling uncontrollably, another …

‘I think the solar system saved the best till last’ says lead investigator as Nasa states only 1-2% of data from mission to dwarf planet has been downloaded so far<p>Pluto has giant plains threaded with trenches and studded with hills, Nasa revealed on Friday, as researchers of the New Horizons …

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Events | 11 Places to Watch Outdoor Movies in Los Angeles

11 Places to Watch Outdoor Movies in Los Angeles<p>See movies on a 52-foot-wide inflatable movie screen at venues across L.A. at Eat, See, Hear …

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Researchers Use Femtosecond Lasers To Display Touchable Images In The Air

A Japanese company called Aerial Burton has been using lasers to ionize air molecules in midair for a few years now, thereby creating bright pixels that float in space. Using the original system, however, you were essentially creating floating plasma which could burn you if you touched it. Now, …

The Ingenious Plan for the Ocean to Clean Itself Is Led By a 20-Year-Old

A Dutch man barely out of his teens is leading one of the most ambitious ocean cleanup efforts ever: to halve the amount of plastic debris floating …

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Average annual temperature by country.

The world as 100 people over the last 200 years.<p>Europeans are divided along ideological lines in their views of the EU, but this division is not a …

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Disney's New Tron Roller Coaster Is Absolutely Gorgeous

These days, it seems like Disney owns every major property out there. And while that’s not true, almost all of them will be on display at the …

Apple Confirms: Apple Watch, Wrist Tattoos Don't Mix

Cupertino said inked skin does in fact interfere with Apple Watch's built-in heart rate sensor.<p>PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn …

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16+ Pics Of Fairy Tale Architecture From Norway

Think Norway, and the first thing that comes to mind are fjords, blonde people and Vikings - not fairy tale architecture.<p>Below, you’ll find …

Jennifer Lawrence Gets Real About Her Very Messed-Up Tattoo

Jennifer Lawrence might call her tattoo a “watered-down rebellion,” but a science teacher might call it sacrilege while rocking back and forth with a Bunsen burner for two to four hours. The tattoo, which Lawrence got because she was hanging out with Liam Hemsworth’s family and they all got tattoos …

How Quickly Are You Growing Old?

Measuring the pace of biological aging in young people could someday help prevent age-related diseases<p>Feel like you’re 40 years old going on 60? Or maybe, 40 going on 21?<p>Age may be just a number, but medical experts increasingly are saying it might not always be the right number to gauge your …

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Pebble boss: ‘one day, people will not be able to live without their smartwatch’

“When I look five years ahead, I see computers getting smaller and smaller, and I see them really worn on our bodies. We’re going to be wearing more computers on us: I think that’s inevitable.”<p>You would probably say the same if you were Eric Migicovsky, who runs smartwatch maker Pebble, whose …

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How much are we controlled by the appearance of our in-game avatar?

This episode of PBS Game/Show takes a look at how we may or may not change our behavior or biases depending on the outward appearance of our in-game avatar. That is, when there are certain things assigned to us in-game, such as things like height or even race, it may change how we think about the …

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