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How to wash your clothes without wearing them out

Extend your t-shirt’s lifespan.<p>We all have a favorite item of clothing we wish would last forever—the t-shirt from an incredible concert, that sweater grandma gave you, or the swimsuit you bought at a little boutique in France. But stains, tears, and worn spots can limit any garment’s lifespan—and …

20 Hacks That'll Make Your Home Cleaner And More Organized

Line the tops of hard-to-reach cabinets with paper grocery bags so instead of dusting, you can just replace the bags.

The 56 Most Brilliant PVC Hacks You’ve Ever Seen

What can’t you do with PVC pipe? Here are 56 incredibly smart (and cheap!) ways to use this do-it-all material around your home and workshop.<p>Keep …

The best science podcasts to make you smarter

Bite-sized science knowledge for your hungry ears.<p><i>This post has been updated, and will probably be updated again, because that's how best-of lists should work.</i><p>I love podcasts, you love podcasts, your grandma probably loves podcasts. Looking for some science you can enjoy while your eyeballs do …

Hubble's Latest Batch of Space Porn Is Some of the Best We've Ever Seen

Space is mind-bogglingly vast, and it’s practically impossible for our puny brains to comprehend just how huge it really is. Using the Hubble Space …

Make a High Voltage Plasma Arc Speaker

What do the world’s most expensive speakers, the sun, and lamps from the 1890s have in common? Plasma, the fourth state of matter, of course! After building this little plasma arc speaker, you’ll be able to hear your favorite jams played directly from the vibrating plasma of an electric arc.<p>Plasma …

Screen Strain: Why The TV Your Kids See Does Matter

The grocery-line screen flashes its cooking tips, and my baby twists his neck, owl-style, to gawk at the chefs making crab cakes. Screens are everywhere: not just in our homes, but our roads, planes, cars and restaurants. So what’s a parent to do, in the face of the 2011 station from the Academy of …

You thought quantum mechanics was weird: check out entangled time

In the summer of 1935, the physicists Albert Einstein and Erwin Schrödinger engaged in a rich, multifaceted and sometimes fretful correspondence …

This Super Mario 64 hack gives Mario a dizzying first-person perspective

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New device can heal with a single touch, and even repair brain injuries

A new device developed at The Ohio State University can start healing organs in a "fraction of a second," researchers say.<p>The technology, known as Tissue Nanotransfection (TNT), has the potential to save the lives of car crash victims and even deployed soldiers injured on site. It's a dime-sized …

Ohio State University

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Step: 1<p>Before making any of our cuts, we have drawn our wall out to help us plan how much wood we will need and where we will place each board. We …

Easy DIY Paper Crafts For Beautiful Home Decor

When you buy a house and move into it, your main aim is to make it YOURS and truly convert it into something that makes you feel comfortable and …

NSA advisory sparks concern of secret advance ushering in cryptoapocalypse

Once elliptic curve crypto was viewed as a savior. Now its future looks doomed.<p>In August, National Security Agency officials advised US agencies and …

Scientists Have Drafted a Complete Tree of Life

Humans, bacteria, daffodils: We’re a diverse bunch on the surface, but trace each and every Earthling back far enough, and you’ll arrive at a common …

DIY Cold-Brew Coffee

1. Combine 1/2 pound coffee grounds with 6 cups cold water in a large pitcher or glass jar. Let stand 5 minutes.<p>2. Add remaining coffee grounds and 3 cups cold water, making sure all the grounds are wet. Cover, and let steep, at room temperature for 12 hours or in the refrigerator for 24 hours.<p>3. …

The secrets of living to 200 years old

Ageing is not an inevitable fact of life – many animals have already found ways to delay death. Their clues might help us all enjoy longer and healthier lives.<p>Just 30 years after the publication of Moby Dick, a group of Alaskan whalers attempted to tame their own ocean giant. Their target was a …

Biology

Facebook Finally Reveals Its Own Internet Drone, And It’s Huge

'Aquila' will beam invisible internet lasers from the sky<p>While Project Loon found an initial home in Sri Lanka, Facebook has its own update for its plan to provide wireless internet from the skies.<p>Mark Zuckerberg announced the completion of Aquila, Facebook’s first full-scale aircraft designed to …

Puerto Rico says it will not make $58m bond payment due Saturday

• Economists see first default in territory’s history but officials disagree<br>• Government fears key fund could run out of liquidity by November<p>Puerto Rico’s government said on Friday it would not make a $58m bond payment due on the weekend and warned that the general fund would run out of liquidity by …

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Turn Up The Bass, Turn Down The Heat

A handheld sonic fire extinguisher<p>When Seth Robertson and Viet Tran announced that they wanted to build a sonic fire extinguisher, they were met with skepticism. The pair, both engineering majors at George Mason University, could not find a professor to support the project. Then they reached out to …

How data mining works

Every time you shop, you leave a trail of it behind. Same, when you surf the web, put on your fitness tracker or apply for credit at your bank. In …

Machine Learning

Rockstar

Rockstar is one amazing library, which will make you a Rockstar Programmer in just 2 minutes. In last decade, people learned C++ in 21 days. But …

Wife Asks Her Husband If He Wants To Make Love But Never Expected To Hear This...

Girlfriend Activation System

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How Much Python Do You Need To Know To Be Useful?

Nerval's Lobster writes: <i>Since Python is a general-purpose language, it finds its way into a whole lot of different uses and industries. That means</i> …

Homemade Electric Generator: A Fun And Useful DIY Project

Very often people are fascinated by how something works. Other people also have an itch to make things their own way, and make them with their own …

Is LSD about to return to polite society?

Photograph: Francesco Guidicini/Camera Press<p>‘We feel we’ve got our money on the right horse’: Dr Robin Carhart-Harris and his team have just completed the first modern imaging study into the effects of …

The 1 percent rigged everything: Why no one can end Ronald Reagan’s “dead wrong” voodoo economics

<b>(AP/Barry Thumma/J. Scott Applewhite)</b><p>A thriving middle class is the cause of growth. The middle class creates rich people — not the other way around<p>Paul Rosenberg<p>March 19, 2015 8:37pm (UTC)<p>Venture capitalist Nick Hanauer, a highly visible champion of Seattle's $15/hour minimum wage, wrote a piece …

Economics

Malware Can Steal Data From Non-Networked Computers, Via Heat

"Hot or not?" comes to computer security<p>Back in 1999, Neal Stephenson's novel <i>Cryptonomicon</i> introduced me to the idea of Van Eck phreaking—intercepting the weak electromagnetic radiation from a computer monitor to recreate what the person is seeing on the screen. Now security researchers have come …

Why Is the <i>Times </i>Quoting This Quack About the Danger of AppleWatches?

In Wednesday's <i>New York Times</i>, Nick Bilton, a Styles columnist who writes about technology as you might expect a Styles columnist to, makes a foray …