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A showstopping chocolate cake recipe | King of puddings

There is something of the Scarlet Pimpernel about this luscious chocolate cake: an aristocratic Gallic gateau that takes the breath away<p>It happens every time. Nothing quiets the din of a great gathering, albeit briefly, like the appearance of chocolate cake. What music does to soothe a savage …

Recipes

9 Filling Foods to Help You Forget Snack Cravings

Believe it or not, some of the most filling foods are delicious enough to make you forget cookies and chips. From tasty fruits to savory cuts of …

Chill Out: 5 Fun Frozen Summer Sweets

Chill out this summer with easy-to-whip-up frozen desserts. From Key Lime Pie Ice Cream to Strawberry Fro-Yo, these cold and creamy sweets will have everyone screaming for ice cream.<p>1. No-Churn Key Lime Pie Ice Cream<p>This key lime pie ice cream has all the bright lime flavor of key lime pie — even …

Recipes

What It’s Like to Be an Ant - Facts So Romantic

<i>The idiosyncrasies of our social and cultural lives significantly influences our conscious and unconscious responses to the smells of others and our</i> …

In 1928, One Physicist Accidentally Predicted Antimatter

Paul Dirac was trying to reconcile relativity with quantum mechanics and ended up predicting the existence of antimatter.<p>In the first quarter of the 20th century, it was an intense time to be a physicist. It seemed like every day someone was coming out with a new theory that completely …

How Close Are We to Successfully Cloning the First Human?

by Abby Norman June 22, 2017 Hard Science 28054<p>When Will We Clone a Human?<p>Human cloning may endure as one of the go-to science fiction tropes, but in …

Physicists Propose a Mirror Universe Where Time Moves in the Opposite Direction

Imagine waking up after death and living out your old age, until you grew young enough to have a career, and hoped someday to go to college. This is …

What Happens to Time and Space When We Fall into a Black Hole?

Black holes have always been a bit of a mystery. That’s mainly because they’re so very difficult to study. The gravitational singularity is where …

Black Holes

Jellyfish fluorescence shines new light on DNA copying

Scientists at the University of York have used florescent proteins from jellyfish to help shed new light on how DNA replicates.<p>Using these proteins, …

Why are some eggs round and others pointy? It may have to do with how well a bird flies

It's a mystery that goes back to the days of Aristotle, flummoxing biologists and mathematicians for centuries: Why do birds' eggs come in so many different shapes and sizes?<p>Why are owl eggs almost perfectly round, while hummingbird eggs look like tiny watermelons? And why are still other eggs …