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Here's Why Killing Yourself With Cardio is the Wrong Way to Get in Shape

Want to look better? Forget about the gym.<p>If getting in better shape is something you'd like to do, know this: You'll make more of a dent watching what you eat as opposed to trying to burn calories doing cardio. It's because a person burns roughly 100 calories running one mile, and since you need …

Exercise

Kendall Jenner's Bikini Would Be Sexy Enough as Is, but When She Turns Around — Game Changer

Maybe it's her model prowess, but Kendall Jenner knows just what photos to post to keep us guessing at all times. The supermodel showed off her svelte frame in a leopard thong bikini, but she happened to be lying in an open field next to some orange flowers, and her sultry poses, well, let's just …

Kendall Jenner

Despite evidence to the contrary, we may still be living in a computer simulation

Scientists last week published research indicating that, by current means, it would be impossible for us to live in a computer simulation. It turns out reality is natural and this is, evidently, the only universe that exists.<p>Then again, classical computers are on the verge of being replaced by the …

Quantum Computing

An asteroid is about to squeak by Earth at an incredibly short distance

Giant, “planet-killer” asteroids are a huge concern for humanity simply because we don’t know if there’s anything we can actually do to stop them …

Asteroids

The problem with Nobel prizes and the myth of the lone genius

Restricting Nobel prizes to three individuals has always been problematic, and increasingly glosses over the contributions of everyday scientists<p>Yesterday, the Nobel prize in physics was awarded for the discovery of gravitational waves, following a massive group effort by the Laser Interferometer …

Nobel Prize

We're More Confident Than Ever That Life on Earth Really Did Come From Meteorites

They splashed into warm ponds.<p>New research suggests life on our planet started out as a series of meteorites struck the surface and landed in small, …

Astronomy

A robot just performed one of the most precise medical procedures for the first time ever

In the not-so-distant future, AI-controlled robots will almost certainly enslave humanity and make us all wish we could go back to the stone age, but …

A huge solar storm is coming and could cost $20 trillion in damage

Solar storms are known to disrupt satellite and radio communications, but scientists now say that one extreme space weather event could cause “doomsday” on Earth.<p>Researchers from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics say that a large space weather event could even occur in the next 10 …

AOL

Quantum physicists conclude that existence cannot possibly be a computer simulation

Are we real? It is a philosophical question dating back to ancient times that has been revisited in popular culture over and over. The movies …

Quantum Mechanics

Researchers may have discovered a way to reverse blindness

Giving Sight to the Blind<p>Visual impairment is still rather rampant, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Some 285 million people …

Cell Biology

A Rare Element From The Edge of The Periodic Table Is Breaking Quantum Mechanics

This is amazing.<p>There's a lot we don't know about the actinides. On the periodic table, this series of heavy, radioactive elements hangs at the …

Chemistry

Could the theory which predicted gravitational waves be wrong?

The detection of gravitational waves scooped the 2017 Nobel physics prize. But in a Perimeter Institute lecture Erik Verlinde proposes a rather different theory of gravity<p>One of those big open questions that we have in physics goes like this.<p>Einstein’s theory of General Relativity is elegant and …

Physics

'India, Finland Can Cooperate In Smart City, Energy Sectors'

Finland can help India in achieving a cleaner environment and sustainable development by sharting its expertise in sectors such as energy and smart …

India

Breathing technique protects cancer patients’ hearts

Chelsea Pieterse, The Witness<p>Life Hilton Hospital senior radiologist Natalie Clarke explains the ‘deep inspiration breath hold’ technique used on …

Cancer
Robotics

It is impossible that humans are living in a Matrix style simulated universe: Study- Technology News, Firstpost

Humans are not living in a computer simulation controlled by alien overlords, according to a study that debunks a theory popular among science …

Quantum Mechanics

100 Women: Can we wire our brains for confidence?

<b>Dr Stacie Grossman Bloom is a neuroscientist who has three daughters. She also has a successful career at NYU Langone Medical Center in New York. She has examined the role that neuroscience can play in boosting confidence. This is particularly useful to many women who need exactly that, she writes</b> …

The Brain

DeepMind now has an AI ethics research unit. We have a few questions for it…

DeepMind, the U.K. AI company which was acquired in 2014 for $500M+ by Google, has launched a new ethics unit which it says will conduct research across six “key themes” — including ‘privacy, transparency and fairness’ and ‘economic impact: inclusion and equality’.<p>The XXVI-Alphabet-owned company, …

Artificial Intelligence

Musk: SpaceX 'Aiming' to Break Rocket Landing Record This Weekend

Elon Musk has an ambitious goal in mind.<p>Elon Musk is planning something incredible. On Wednesday, the SpaceX CEO set his company a new big challenge: …

Space Travel

Three researchers win Nobel Prize in Chemistry for developing ‘Google Earth for molecules’

Three researchers based in the U.S., U.K. and Switzerland won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry on Wednesday for developing a way to create detailed …

Wait a second: What came before the big bang?

The Voorhes<p>Not everyone thinks the universe had a beginning.<p>Cosmologists used to think the universe was totally timeless: no beginning, no end. That might sound mind-melting, but it’s easier on the scientific brain than figuring out what a set starting point would mean, let alone when it would be. …

Dark Matter

Physicists just discovered that some elements don't follow the normal rules of quantum mechanics

Conflicting Theories<p>Physicists have found order in the complex world of minuscule particles through the theory of quantum mechanics. But team of …

A Biotech Company Changed Its Name to ‘Riot Blockchain’ and Its Stock Is Surging

Usually when a company rebrands itself by diving into the digital currency space, the stock waits until after the announcement to take off. In the …

Cryptocurrency

Nobel in Chemistry for Seeing Biomolecules in Action

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry goes to Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank and Richard Henderson for developing cryo-electron microscopy for the …

Chemistry

Einstein proof: Nobel winners find ripples in the universe

For decades astronomers tried to prove Albert Einstein right by doing what Einstein thought was impossible: detecting the faint ripples in the universe called gravitational waves. They failed repeatedly until two years ago when they finally spotted one. Then another. And another. And another.<p>Three …

Parts of China pounded by storms

Heavy rain and thunderstorms have lashed parts of China, bringing some relief from the summer heat, but also causing water logging and traffic disruption.

China

Facebook tests a GIF maker on iOS

Facebook confirmed it has begun testing a new GIF maker in the camera feature of the main Facebook mobile application. The feature, which is available with the tap of a button at the top of the screen, lets you shoot footage that you can then save in GIF format to your device’s photo gallery, post …

Apps

The 4 Words a Chairman of a $38 Billion Company Uses to Get His Team to Follow His Lead | Inc.com

John Willard "Bill" Marriott Jr. is the executive chairman of Marriott International. Although it started as his family's root beer stand, Bill grew it into the world's largest hotel company, with more than 6,000 hotels in 120 countries and a $38 billion market cap.<p>Over his 60-year career, he …

Hospitality

In autonomous driving, real-world testing is taking a backseat

To date, some of the hottest players in the autonomous arena have put their energy into driving endless miles in order to fine-tune their AI-based …

Driverless Cars

The Reason We've Never Found Intelligent Life Might be Because We Are Already Going Extinct

The Fermi Paradox<p>The Milky Way Galaxy alone is home to between 100 billion and 400 billion stars, and each is potentially orbited by planets. There …

Milky Way Galaxy