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Why Your Plane Can’t Have An Escape Pod

Recent terrorism alerts may put the flying public on edge. But not every would-be solution ought to get off the ground.


Here are the top 10 countries where British criminals launder their money

If a criminal wants to enjoy their illegally acquired wealth, they first have to "launder" the money — creating a fake paper trail to disguise where they got it from.

Often people will take money abroad to do this, hoping that the cross-border aspect will make it harder to trace. A recent report …

Top 10

Was Russian aircraft shot down because its satellite navigation was wrong?

A Sukhoi Su-24 of the Russian Air Force like this one was shot down near the Turkish-Syrian border today.4 more images in galleryWas a Russian Su-24 …


The Must-Know Facebook Tips for Small Business Owners

Just in time for the holiday rush.

The holiday season is coming upon us, with Black Friday and Cyber Monday right around the corner. For small business owners, it’s a make-or-break moment for sales.

Facebook, meanwhile, has been making a concerted effort in 2015 to ramp up its small business …


Ultimate pirate TV streaming service returns with hundreds of channels and new features

This past May, we were among the first to tell the world about a pirate TV service called cCloud TV. The service made a name for itself by collecting …


Is Lego a better investment than shares or gold?

Earlier this year the Daily Telegraph in the UK reported that Lego has been a better investment over the past 15 years than the stock market, gold or …


Turkey Shot Down Russian Warplane After Alleged Airspace Violation

One crew member dead, one captured after ejecting, according to CNN Türk.

Turkey said its military shot down a Russian warplane after it violated its airspace en route to bomb targets in Syria, in a move that seems likely to complicate further attempts to bring an end to the multi- dimensional war …


Google can remotely bypass the passcode of at least 74% of Android devices if ordered

According to a document prepared by the New York District Attorney’s Office, older versions of Android can easily be remotely reset by Google if compelled by a court order, allowing investigators to easily view the contents of a device.

The document, which looks at the impact of full disk encryption …


Mutagenic chain reaction could knock malaria out of mosquitoes for good

(credit: Wellcome Images/Flickr)The best way to get rid of an infectious, mosquito-spread disease like malaria may be to beat it at its own …


Investing ideas to grow your wealth

Investing ideas to grow your wealth: Fund managers explain how they invest

Published: 12:55 EST, 23 November 2015 | Updated: 12:55 EST, 23 November …


50 Steps Every Entrepreneur Must Take to Build a Business

Starting a business is one of the most challenging and rewarding things you’ll ever do. The process is simpler than you might imagine, but to try to boil it down to five or 10 steps is an underestimation and an injustice. The following 50 steps to start a business are, for the most part, necessary …


9 Tips from Warren Buffett to Make Kids Better at Business and Life

How do you take your lemonade stand to the next level?

Businessman extraordinaire and investing genius Warren Buffett wants kids to learn about business at a young age--not so they can start buying stocks with their lunch money, but so they can develop smart habits that will help them in business …

Warren Buffett

13 of the most notorious crimes in American history

Passion, greed, insanity ...

There are many reasons that crimes are committed, and while most crimes are quickly forgotten, except by the people directly involved, some are still remembered and talked about decades later.

In "The Most Notorious Crimes in American History," Life magazine rounds up …


1000W LED Flashlight - Worlds Brightest (90,000 Lumens)

Snark is good for you: Science reveals the surprising benefits of sarcasm

New research suggests being on the giving and receiving end of a sarcastic exchange actually stimulates creativity

“Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit but the highest form of intelligence,” wrote that connoisseur of wit, Oscar Wilde. Whether sarcasm is a sign of intelligence or not, communication …

Scientific Research

Extortionists are threatening Patreon users: ‘Pay up or we’ll release your user data’

In the wee hours of the morning scammers took to the Internet to demand payment in the form of Bitcoin in exchange for keeping your private Patreon data — including tax ID, tax forms, SSN, DOB, and credit card details — off the Web.

Cartoonist Steve Streza was one of many who received the email that …


Photos: Brussels is on lockdown amid a “serious and imminent” terrorist threat

In the early hours of Saturday (Nov. 21), Belgian authorities raised the terror threat for Brussels to its highest level (link in French). Prime minister Charles Michel said there is a “serious and imminent” threat in the Belgian capital based on “quite precise information.”

“Several individuals …


15 Best Men's Fashion Instagram Accounts

Style is more than the sum of fashionable parts. Does a Martin Greenfield suit or a Swiss-made watch help? How about a pair of polished Allen Edmonds …


Apple Watch effect: Swiss watchmakers experience biggest sales drop in six years

If you need any proof as to the success and future potential of the Apple Watch, look no further than the Swiss watch industry. According to a recent …

Jonathan Ive

Why a History Lesson About World War II Refugees Went Viral

In the wake of the Paris attacks, a historian's tweet strikes a chord

Peter A. Shulman has been running a Twitter account called @HistOpinion for a few years, sharing information he gleans from public opinion surveys of the past. Normally, ‘viral’ for him means a Tweet gets a few hundred likes, at …


The Control Freak's Guide To Delegating

Thinking that you are the only one who can accomplish something is an excuse to remain in control. Here's how to let go and get more done.

If you feel like you’re never able to get everything done, the problem might not be the number of hours in a day. Maybe you should brush up on your delegating …


E.coli has developed resistance to last-line of antibiotics, warn scientists

Dangerous bacteria like E.coli have developed resistance to our last line of antibiotics, scientists have warned

Bacteria like E.Coli have mutated to be resistant to our last-line of antibiotics and untreateable bugs may already be circulating in Britain, scientists have warned.

Health experts have …


Make a Custom Clock for Your Toddler's Daily Routine

Little ones don’t always understand the concept of time, so getting them on any sort of routine can be difficult. This custom clock, however, can …


Scientists caught a new planet forming for the first time ever

The image above is just an illustration, but don't let that dampen your excitement too much — because it's illustrating something really awesome.

On Wednesday, a study in the journal Nature announced that scientists have directly observed the formation of a planet for the very first time.

[The most

University of Arizona

Elon Musk says the Tesla Model 3 ‘won’t look like other cars’

From the very beginning, Tesla’s long-term goal has been to develop and manufacture an affordable and attractive electric vehicle for the masses. The …

Elon Musk

Oil dips below $40 as U.S. stockpiles near record highs

Oil fell as much as 1 per cent on Wednesday, with U.S. crude snapping the $40-a-barrel support, after an eighth straight week of builds took U.S. crude stockpiles near record highs.

The U.S. Energy Information Administration said crude inventories grew by 252,000 barrels last week, versus the near 2 …

Canadian News

Google has found that its most successful teams have 5 traits in common

Google, despite its penchant for childlike imagery and playful work environments, is a massive global company with 60,000 employees and a market cap of $500 billion. In order to stay dominant, it needs top talent, and to maintain top talent, it needs to foster creative and productive …


How I became a millionaire in 10 years without winning the lottery or picking stocks

Financial voyeurs of the world, rejoice! I dug out all our old tax returns, pay stubs, and my net worth spreadsheet to pull together the story of our ten year journey from nearly zero net worth to millionaire status (and early retirement).

This post answers a lot of questions like: How much did we …


Airlines Made Close to $11 Billion Off of Fees This Year

And fees likely will be even higher next year.

Hold on to your wallet. North America’s airlines will charge almost $11 billion in so-called a la carte fees for everything from seat reservations to luggage this year — a 24% increase over what was collected in 2014.

That’s according to a new survey by …

Delta Air Lines

This robot kills weeds, and could end the need for herbicides on farms

The robots have learned how to kill. Thankfully, for now, that killing is confined to weeds in fields. A new robot from Bosch, the German company best known for making power tools and car parts, can travel through crop fields, learn what weeds look like, and crush them.

The robot, called the …