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It’s Time to Stop Calling it ‘The Great Migration’

For people of color watching over their shoulder this Independence Day, the fear of police interference harkens back to a historical moment with a much-too-benign label.<p>Last week, a white woman, Linda Krakora, called the police on a 12-year-old black boy for mowing a lawn too close to her property, …

Black History

Australian Pine: One of Florida's Least Wanted

<p>Australian pines seem to be everywhere in the coastal regions in the bottom half of Florida. Their name is deceiving because, while they are native …

El pasado te condena: cómo se veían Google, Facebook y otros en sus inicios | tecno.americaeconomia.com | AETecno - AméricaEconomía

Hace 15 años, cuando internet empezaba a popularizarse los recursos de las empresas eran más limitados. Revisa cómo se veían las plataformas más …

Most dietary supplements are useless, but here are the ones you should take

Or not.<p>Recent research finds that not only do these supplements most likely <i>not</i> help you slim down, bulk up, or get more energized — they're also harmful.<p>A large October study from the federal government linked supplements — sold under brand names like Hydroxycut and Xenadrine — with 20,000 ER …

How the world changed as a result of Hitler's decision to invade Poland, 76 years ago today

Adolf Hitler's home, the Berghof, was just outside the town, on a mountain in the Bavarian Alps. To the extent that Hitler had a home, this was it, and it was the place where Hitler met with many notables, particularly before the war began.<p>As it happens, today is the 76th anniversary of the start …

The DNA of these real-life superhumans could be worth millions

Both conditions were caused by a combination of genetic mutations. While both conditions have negatively impacted the men's health at various points in their lives, researchers at pharmaceutical companies are paying through the roof to have access to their DNA, and that of others like them.<p>If the …

Here's the easiest way to get more sleep and have more energy during the week

You can blame social jetlag. It works just like regular old jetlag, only it happens when our body clocks get thrown off by the gap between our weekend and weekday sleep schedules.<p>Luckily, there are ways to fix it. Here's how you can make sure your body clock stays on a more normal schedule:<p>1. Wake …

11 TED Talks That Will Help You Lead A Happier Life

Increasingly, psychologists, neuroscientists, business leaders, and spiritual advisors have studied the mechanics of happiness and how we can utilize them in our everyday lives. Many of them have shared their findings at TED conferences.<p>We've gone through TED's expansive online library of …

From Meat to Muscle

How steak makes you grow—from the first bite to bulging biceps<p><b>1. Breaking Down the Meat</b>The process starts in your mouth with the mechanical digestion of food: Your teeth cut, tear, and mash the steak into smaller particles, mixing it with saliva to form a semisolid lump.<p><b>2. Digesting the Protein</b>Once …

Indian Cobbler claims to be 179 years old

A news story is circulating claiming that the man in this photo is a 179-year-old Indian cobbler named Mahashta Murasi. The text of the article is as …

8 Foods That Will Help You Get Ripped Like a Superhero

Try these surprising foods to help you build muscle—no protein shakes or chicken included.<p>Surely we've all gotten the memo on protein by now, right? At least judging by the insane superhero diets of the Cavill, Pratt, and "The Rock" Johnsons of the world, it's clear that eating a ton of it is now …

3 Hacks for Optimizing for Productivity From Asana Co-Founder Justin Rosenstein

I've been obsessed with productivity for a long time.<p><i>This question originally appeared on Quora: What are some little-known productivity tips from various professions?</i><p><i>Answer by Justin Rosenstein, @rosenstein, co-founder of Asana, team productivity software, on Quora</i><p>I'm a software developer, …

Productivity

16 incredible European destinations that haven't been discovered by tourists

A recent thread on Quora discussed some of the best destinations in Europe that remain unknown.<p>The answers hit on a number of hidden gems, which we included in this list, along with some others that came from our own research.<p>From Denmark's Faroe Islands to one of Armenia's oldest monasteries, here …

Extraterrestrial hotspots: the most likely places for alien life

It’s not a conspiracy theory. NASA is on the lookout for alien life, and here are the top places where they’re searching<p>On Tuesday, <b>NASA revealed</b> the nine tools it will use on its 2020s mission to assess the conditions for life on Europa. The moon, which orbits Jupiter, is considered one of the most …

Timehack: 5 Delicious Dishes, Less Than 20 Minutes of Your Day

We're all slammed. Family, job, Little League, errands, car trouble, furiously typing 140 characters on social media - and the neverending desire to spend a few minutes in the park with your toes in the grass. Who has time to cook? You do! It's totally possible to eat a fun and varied diet with …

Cooking

The 7 best outdoors apps for your iPhone

The great outdoors offer a lot of opportunities for adventures, from camping and backpacking to rock climbing and hunting. Whatever your pleasure, …

Brad Huff talks about his pro career

How Exercise Can Fuel Mental 'Time Travel' And Boost Creativity

By: Wendy Suzuki, NYU Center for Neural Science<p>Published: May 19, 2015 09:00am ET on LiveScience.<p><i>Wendy Suzuki is a Professor of Neural Science and Psychology at New York University (NYU)'s Center for Neural Science. A popular speaker, she is a regular presenter at the World Science Festival and</i> …

5 Marketing Tips For The Entrepreneur Without Marketing Experience

Gresham Harkless, Jr., the Blogger-in-Chief at CEO Blog Nation, gives some advice to new entrepreneurs who are wondering about how to market their brand. He says, “I use several methods to market my business – all the methods I’ve chosen to adopt are ones that work for me and my personality.<p>When …

Marketing

Was this the world's first murder victim?

Modern forensic techniques show the victim was probably killed by two blows to the head before being tossed into a cave 430,000 years ago<p>According to The Bible, Abel was the world's first murder victim, killed at the hands of his brother Cain.<p>But now archaeologists have discovered a skull dating …

Climate school hits home: Why warming’s impacts will be so much worse than deniers believe

<b>(CourseX)</b><p>The consequences of a warming planet are too terrifying to ignore or deny<p>Lindsay Abrams<p>May 27, 2015 5:33pm (UTC)<p>Climate denial school can be a scary place. Those crazy, totally anti-science myths we've been discussing week after week in Denial101x keep popping up in the real world, and in …

8 Diet Myths That Keep You Fat and Frustrated

This holds especially true when it feels like you’ve been religiously following every diet tip in the book. But when it comes to diet and rapid …

How To Create The Perfect Workout Playlist (According To Science)

Harder, better, faster, stronger.

Why Google Glass Flopped

With customer service, production and supply chain management, companies are constantly being told that they have to get it right first time. In new technology, however, that mantra is turned on its head.<p>Try to think of a truly great product that realised anything like its full potential in its …

11 Things That Make You GREAT in Bed

Consider this your better-sex boot camp<p>Contrary to popular belief, you don't need a working knowledge of 52 sex positions or a background in porn to be ridiculously good in bed. Instead, it comes down to more subtle (and realistic) factors that you may already posses. And if you don't, we're here …