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The 13 Greatest Iced Coffee Recipes for Summer

Cool down and caffeine up with these delicious iced coffee drinks that you can make at home!<p>Cool down and caffeine up with these delicious iced coffee drinks that you can make at home! Via Redbook.com

If coding language were an essay...

Available on iOS & Android only.<p>Tag<p>This is sensitive<p>Attribute original poster<p>We remove posts that include copyright or trademark infringement. If …

Oculus Game Lucky's Tale Will Blow Your Mind

I've tried to describe <i>Lucky's Tale</i>, with words and stuff, to other people at the E3 show here in Los Angeles. I can't do it. I usually end up saying, …

Best New Movie Trailers - June 2014 HD

Let It Go? Man claims wife divorced him because he didn't like Frozen

According to a posting on a Japanese messageboard, the woman divorced her Danish husband after his indifference to the Disney megahit<p>• Stuart Heritage: causing a divorce is the least of Frozen's crimes<p>A man posting on a Japanese marriage advice forum has said the reason for his wife divorcing him …

Here’s The Craziest, Most Thorough Nicolas Cage Prank Ever Pulled

Australian brothers Matt and Tim have been engaged in a prank war for some time now, but Matt inadvertently escalated the conflict when he dissed Nicolas Cage earlier this year, calling the cinematic treasure “a big d-bag.”<p>Immediately, Tim began covertly compiling the craziest photos and …

This Week’s Apple Rumors, Ranked From Dumbest to Most Plausible

Author: Christina Bonnington. Christina Bonnington Gear<p>Date of Publication: 05.02.14.<p>Time of Publication: 12:43 pm. 12:43 pm<p>Each week, there are …

Planetary Nebula: Gas and Dust, and No Planets Involved

In about 5 billion years, when the sun shucks off its outer layers, it will create a beautiful shell of diffuse gas known as a planetary nebula. …

Cosmology

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Self Defense

NASA Wants Ideas for Mission to Jupiter's Icy Moon Europa

NASA is asking the scientific community to help it devise a relatively low-budget mission to Jupiter's moon Europa, perhaps the solar system's best …

Astronomy

Magic dust

This is a picture of the smallest satellite yet to be launched into orbit around Earth. If all goes well, it and 103 identical siblings, known as …

Siblings

BICEP2 and the Origins of the Universe: Behind the Buzz

<i>Kelen Tuttle, writer and editor for The Kavli Foundation, contributed this article to</i> Space.com's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights.<p>The astrophysics …

Physics

Tune in to HD Livestream of earth from space

A livestream of the earth as seen from the International Space Station has been launched, giving viewers the chance to see things from an astronaut's perspective<p>NASA has launched a livestream of the earth from space, giving viewers the opportunity to see what only astronauts get to see.<p>Four HD …

Birds near Chernobyl have adapted to low-level radiation

At high doses, radiation can have terrible and lethal effects on humans and nonhuman animals alike. But what if organisms could adapt to low-levels of radiation? This is what an international group of researchers are suggesting in a bird study published recently in <i>Functional Ecology</i>, reports <i>The</i> …

Tiny 'Trojan horses' kill brain cancer in mice - Futurity

Biodegradable nanoparticles can ferry DNA to cancer in mice brains and may be a way to kill human tumor cells that surgeons can't reach.

Cancer

Rise, O Machines: Why Hollywood's Best Robot Stories Are About Slavery

<i>Almost Human</i> wasn’t great television. But the short-lived series—it was cancelled this week by Fox after a single season—had its moments.<p>The pilot showcased the casual murder of an android cop by the show’s human protagonist, and his sneering disgust towards the robot replacement assigned to him. …

Researchers find possible evidence of toroidal magnetic field surrounding magnetar

(Phys.org) —Space researchers in Japan working at the Suzaku observatory have found possible evidence of the existence of a toroidal magnetic field …

Human Media Lab introduces shape-changing smartphone (w/ Video)

(Phys.org) —After hearing about the work at a premier media lab in Canada, suddenly"smartphone" becomes a very limiting word, incomplete in …

Invention Awards 2014: A Cryogenic Engine Powered By Heat

Chilling the need for diesel-powered refrigeration<p>Right now, as many as 250,000 semi-trucks are hauling refrigerated trailers full of frozen foods, fresh vegetables, and other perishable goods along U.S. roads. Yet such vehicles burn about 25 percent more fuel than unrefrigerated trucks.<p>At fault is …

Vegetables

Want To Make $1 Billion? Just Solve One Of These Huge Tech Problems

There's a lot of room for improvement when it comes to things like artificial intelligence, mobile payments, internet speeds, and even how we think and communicate.<p>So here's our list of the ten biggest problems in tech right now. Solve one of these, and you're on your way to billions.

Artificial Intelligence

Why MIT Thinks You (Yes, You!) Can Solve Climate Change

Climate change: We all know it's a huge problem, and most of us want something done about it. Unfortunately, nation-state level approaches haven't made any significant headway.<p>According to Thomas W. Malone, Robert Laubacher, and Laur Fisher of the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence, "top-down …

Climate

Scientists confirm existence of elusive 117th element

After four years of painstaking research, the discovery of the periodic table's 117th element has been confirmed. Element 117, otherwise known as ununseptium, was originally discovered back in 2010 by a group of American and Russian physicists with the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR). …

How Einstein’s Brain Was Probably Different Than Yours, And Why He Was So Creative

When it came to the connection between the left and right brain, Einstein was one remarkable specimen.<p>In 1905, at the astoundingly young age of 26, Albert Einstein came up with the quantum theory of light, proved the existence of atoms, and created the theory of special relativity. If you’re …