Jeremy Huber

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A food scientist explains how to make the crispiest fried chicken in the world

But, according to a food scientist, one surprising ingredient could do the trick: vodka.<p>That's what J. Kenji Lopez-Alt, managing culinary director of food-enthusiast site SeriousEats.com, found after hundreds of experiments in the kitchen.<p>The reason vodka is the ideal ingredient for a fried-chicken …

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Here’s The Simple Proof That There Must Be Multiple Levels of Infinity

Easy!<p>Infinity is a powerful concept. Philosophers, artists, theologians, scientists, and people from all walks of life have struggled with ideas of …

Mathematics

6 easy steps for the perfect golden cheesecake every time

It's creamy, it's tangy, it's wonderfully decadent — but as much as everyone loves eating a good cheesecake, making it strikes fear even in the most skilled baker's heart. There are so many things that can go wrong: the interior's too dense, the crust gets soggy or — gasp — the top cracks. Which is …

Baking

Aging health: WHO call to action as world population over 60 set to double by 2050

In a new report on aging and health, the World Health Organization is calling for action on "population aging," as figures suggest the number of …

World Health Organization

Which countries are doing the most to stop dangerous global warming?

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A psychologist discovered the secret to never getting frustrated

The guy in front of you is driving like an idiot. Your boss is being a jerk. Your partner isn't listening.<p>And sometimes these all happen to you <i>on the same day</i>.<p>What's the fix for this? One guy came up with a solution that deals with all of these problems — and more.<p>Albert Ellis was quite a …

Make Fresh Food Last Longer With These Smart Storage Tips

Americans waste almost half of the food we produce. Worldwide, we're throwing away around 30 percent of the food we create, which amounts to around 1.3 billion tons a year. That's a huge problem -- for everyone.<p>Food waste is one of those criminally pervasive issues whose effects extend way beyond …

One nation under Galt: How Ayn Rand’s toxic philosophy permanently transformed America

The “Atlas Shrugged” author helped make the United States one of the most uncaring nations in the industrial world<p><i>"Ayn Rand’s “philosophy” is nearly perfect in its immorality, which makes the size of her audience all the more ominous and symptomatic as we enter a curious new phase in our</i> …

New Windows 7 Patch Is Badware, Disables Graphics Driver Updates And Windows Defender

*<i>Due to some valid complaints regarding my usage of the term “Malware,” I’ve updated the headline with a more accurate description of the Windows Update: “Badware,” which is unintentionally harmful software.</i><p>If you have Windows 7 set to automatically update every Tuesday, it may be time to …

Don't Buy A DSLR

Just getting into photography? Great! When you're looking for a camera, keep on walking past those DSLRs--as of now, their moment is over.<p>You want to get more into photography. You've got somewhere between a few and several hundred dollars to spend on a camera. You want to learn a little bit about …

Love Your Pan: What to Cook (and What Not to) in a Cast Iron

Steak is made for cast iron cooking. A bolognese? Not so much.<p>If we could, we'd shout it from the mountain tops: We love cooking with cast iron. They're durable, efficient, endlessly useful, and make a pretty photo to boot. And yet, for so many, cast iron pans remain tucked away in the furthest …

Brain-to-brain 'telepathic' communication achieved for first time

Team of US-led researchers successfully achieves brain-to-brain communication between humans from India to France<p>For the first time, scientists have been able to send a simple mental message from one person to another without any contact between the two, thousands of miles apart in India and France.<p>…

Schoolgirl 'beheaded classmate because she wanted to dissect someone'

A 16-year-old Japanese schoolgirl has confessed to decapitating a classmate, police have said, as she reportedly told investigators she "wanted to dissect" someone.<p>The teenager, whose name was not released as she is a minor, was arrested on Sunday on suspicion of murdering her 15-year-old female …

13 Food Wisdoms To Live By, According To Ron Swanson

"Parks and Recreation's" Ron Swanson is a capitalist proponent, carpenter extraordinaire and food enthusiast. Through the show's first six seasons, he's spread his love for steak and bacon while shunning vegans, vegetables and all things green or healthy. So here's a look at Ron Swanson's most …

This headband promises to help you take control of your dreams

Andrew Smiley was sitting inside a huge, ornate dining hall when he began to notice the lights pulsing overhead. That’s weird, he thought. He stood up to get a better look, drawing the eyes of those around him. Suddenly, he knew what was happening, and what to do next: he bolted, diving through a …

Who needs a controller? 'Republique' is iPad gaming without compromise

"Console quality" is a phrase that gets tossed around quite a bit in mobile development. Both players and creators seem eager for something a bit bigger and more substantial than <i>Angry Birds</i> — but we've yet to really see a game that meets those lofty standards. Titles like <i>Deus Ex: The Fall</i> and</i> …

What The Heck Will Google Do With These Scary Military Robots?

Let’s see, we have a company that already knows everything about us, has possibly the world’s largest computer network, has recently built one of the biggest artificial-intelligence teams in the world–a company so powerful that it feels the need to soften its dominance with the informal motto, …

Graphic content: do Xbox One and PS4 games really look better?

The words "next generation" have always held a lot of promise — and a lot of hype — in the world of video games. Consoles like the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 that herald the arrival of a new generation are said to offer stunning graphics that unlock gaming experiences like never before. That’s an …

Verizon now offers $5 daily data plan for tablets

Need to connect your tablet to Verizon’s(s vz)(s vod) 4G LTE network, but only for a couple of hours? No problem. The carrier now offers a daily plan …

Kelly Brozyna's Chocolate Pie + Raw Graham Cracker Crust

You know that I’m a chocoholic, right? I don’t care if the Paleo Police kick down my door—I <i>love</i> dark chocolate. Just a tiny square of my favorite dark chocolate bar can usually satisfy my cravings for something sweet, which in turn keeps me from compulsively making “Paleofied” desserts on a regular basis. But on those occasions when I want a grain-free treat, it has to be ridiculously great. And made of chocolate, too. (Is that redundant?)<p>That’s why I thank my lucky stars for Kelly Brozyna. …

No Batteries Required: New Wireless Technology May Power Range Of Mobile / Wearable Devices

Researchers demonstrate how one payment card can transfer funds to another card by leveraging the existing wireless signals around them. Ambient RF signals are both the power source and the communication medium.<p>Wearable technology seems to be a hot topic these days. Most of the major technology …

Nymi bracelet uses your heartbeat as a password

Future authentication methods need to be a lot harder to hack. That's the idea behind the Nymi from startup Bionym. Instead of passwords, Nymi relies on your heartbeat.<p>The Nymi is worn as a bracelet. It monitors your cardiac rhythm, a unique signature for each person. It is constantly …

Wearable Tech

This bracelet could replace your passwords, your car keys, and even your fingerprints

Fingerprint readers. Face Unlock. Retinal scanners. They're all no better than your average password, at least the way Dr. Karl Martin sees it. "Your face, your iris — they're all physical features that can be stolen, that you leave everywhere."<p>Luckily, Dr. Martin has a better idea. He's planning …

Why Vegan Diets Suck

5 reasons to enjoy your ham and cheese sandwich<p>There is no one right way to eat for everyone.<p>We are all different and what works for one person may not work for the next.<p>I personally advocate consumption of both animals and plants and I think there is plenty of evidence that this is a reasonable …

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35 Delicious Ways To Use Zucchini

What to do when zucchinis seem to fall in love and raise entire families in your fridge drawer? Here's how to cope with a squash population problem.

Everyday risks: when statistics can't predict the future

We love data. For the past two years we have crunched numbers about dangers of every kind. And there are plenty of dangers about.<p>But – a big but – …