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Viking 'Thing' excavated beneath parking lot in Scotland

Science News<p>A Viking parliamentary site that dates to the 11th century has been found beneath a parking lot in Scotland.<p>The site, located in the town of Dingwall, Scotland, was dubbed a "Thing" site, referring to its name in antiquity. Like other Thing sites, this one was likely a place where …

Archaeology

Where to Eat Matzo Ball Soup in LA

‘Tis the season for meals that warm the soul, and the array of Jewish delis in Los Angeles offer a treasure trove of matzo ball soup options for the …

Easy DIY Peanut Butter Cups

Five ingredients + salt. Surprisingly simple.<p>Food52 is a community for people who love food and cooking. Follow them at Food52.com and on Twitter @Food52. And check out their new shop, Provisions, to get $10 off!

Dessert

We Try All the New Biscuit Sandwiches at Bang Bang Pie Shop

More<p>Sandwiches<p>Tips and tricks for making the best sandwiches at home.<p>I've been smitten with the biscuits at <b>Bang Bang Pie Shop</b> since the shop first opened. Sure, the namesake desserts and the house-roasted coffee are fantastic, but there's just something about those biscuits: tall and handsome, with …

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Be in Awe of Butcher & Bee at Eater Eve

Let us tell you about what may be the best sandwich spot in the country: Charleston's <b>Butcher & Bee</b>. This essential spot specializes in cool takes on old classics?things like pulled squash with BBQ sauce and roast beef with chimichurri sauce. We're of the persuasion that there is nothing quite like …

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The Pros and Cons of Photographic Competitions

The rapid and seemingly unstoppable rise of digital photography has also led to the rapid rise of the Photographic Competition. Of course they have …

10 Photo highlights of the day

Each day the picture editor of the Guardian brings you a selection of top photographs<p>• For more from the Guardian picture desk today see our live blog

Humpback Whale Smacks Diver’s Camera in Seriously Close Call

The squeaks and grunts whales make are still mysterious, but at least now we know what whale-speak is for “Get that thing out of my face!” That would …

Oldest and most distant galaxy ever discovered was a prolific star factory

Astronomers have spotted the most distant galaxy ever seen after a faint ray of light struck a telescope on a volcano in the middle of the Pacific.<p>The ancient group of stars lies 30bn light years from Earth, far beyond the handle of the Big Dipper that traces a celestial saucepan in the …

September guide to the bright planets

In September 2018, 4 planets continue to arc across the evening sky. From west to east as darkness falls, these bright worlds are Venus, Jupiter, …

Hemisphere

Our Milky Way galaxy wobbles

Our home galaxy, the Milky Way, makes small wobbling movements. Possible causes include the passage of a smaller galaxy through our own.<p>It is common …

Common gene raises cancer risk from red meat

One in three people has a genetic variant that significantly raises the risk of colorectal cancer from eating processed and red meat, new research …

Your brain would be less brainy without these proteins

When the brain is forming, neural stem and progenitor cells differentiate into neurons and related cells called glia. A new study has identified …

The coldest place in the universe

Astronomers say the Boomerang Nebula is the coldest place in the universe at one degree Kelvin (minus 458 degrees Fahrenheit). It’s even colder than …

Time lapse of epithelial cells undergoing mitosis

Time lapse of epithelial cells undergoing mitosis.

Cheaper Micro-sized Particle Accelerators Are Now Possible

Researchers ditch radio-frequency technology and use a different method to make tabletop accelerators feasible.<p>The Large Hadron Collider, the 17-mile ring that led to the discovery of the Higgs Boson, is a massive and impressive piece of technology. Yet the enormity and cost of these colliders …

If You Can Smell This, You May Not Have Alzheimer's

A new diagnostic test involves a dollop of peanut butter.<p>You may not have heard of "the peanut butter test," but it could become a fantastically low-cost and non-invasive way to test for Alzheimer's. After all, what's less invasive than asking someone to smell some delicious peanut butter?<p>"The …

Zooids: Faces of tiny warriors - in pictures

Fine art macro photographer Aaron Ansarov has been capturing the beauty of hundreds of portuguese man o' war to seek to change our perception of a creature that is normally seen as a threat and a nuisance.

Loops of plasma on the Sun, four times wider than Earth

Loops of plasma on the Sun, four times wider than Earth.

These plants use ‘windows’ to thrive underground

Scientists have figured out how plants called “living stones” get enough sunlight even though they grow partially underground.<p>The little succulents …

Big Pic: A Bright Flash From The Sun

A mid-level burst of radiation looks like a twinkle in the sun's eye.<p>At 8:30 p.m. Eastern time yesterday, a solar flare peaked on the surface of the sun, emitting an intense burst of radiation. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured the M9.4-class event at a wavelength of 131 Angstroms in order …

Astronomy