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11 surprising things you didn't realize are damaging your skin

You probably know that to maintain a perfect complexion, you should use sunscreen at the beach and avoid picking at your pimples.<p>You likely didn't …

Skin Care

This is the secret to clear, glowing skin, according to a celebrity dermatologist

It’s easier than you can imagine<p>Let’s face it: your face-loving serums and superfood face masks don’t always solve your skincare woes. Sometimes you …

Dermatology

Here's Why You're Not Motivated To Work Out, Despite Your Best Intentions, According To Science

You swore it would never happen again, but here you are: sprawled out in bed, watching <i>The Office</i>, even though you'd promised yourself when you woke …

Workouts

Watch how Tesla Model 3 earned NHTSA’s top safety rating

The Tesla Model 3 has had its share of struggles from CEO Elon Musk’s well-documented production hell to more recent logistic “nightmares” that have slowed deliveries to customers.<p>There’s one area where the Tesla shines: crash safety tests conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety …

Tesla Model 3

So THAT'S The Difference Between Alzheimer's And Dementia

Breaking down what you need to know about the brain conditions.<p>Seeing someone you love like a parent or grandparent experience memory loss can be crushing. However, just because someone starts having slip-ups doesn’t automatically mean they’re showing signs of Alzheimer’s disease.<p>It could, of …

Alzheimer's Disease

Something Unexpected and Weird Is Happening Beneath California’s Deadliest Faults

The detection of strange, unpredicted behavior deep below the surface near the San Andreas and San Jacinto faults suggests scientists have an …

San Andreas

Octopuses Rolling on MDMA Reveal Unexpected Link to Humans

“They just embraced with multiple arms.”<p>When the California two-spot octopus isn’t attempting to bring more eight-legged cephalopods into this world, …

Ecstasy (Drug)

zo mooi is lichaamsdiversiteit

i-D dook in eigen archief en verzamelde de mooiste beelden van de meest uiteenlopende lichamen.<p>Fotografie Karim Sadli. Rob draagt Diesel Only The Brave van Diesel. [The Winter Warm Up Issue, No. 316, Winter 2011]<p>Fotografie Collier Schorr, Styling David Vandewall [The Manhood Issue, No. 296, …

Photographers

China is inventing a whole new way to oppress a people

The growing, horrifying oppression of Muslims in a western Chinese province marks a key moment in Beijing’s expansionist drive — and its global …

Inventions

Living The Stream

How did Ninja become gaming's first crossover star? The Fortnite legend is relentless about one thing: He's always on.<p><b>FOR TYLER BLEVINS,</b> it is the …

Livestreaming

Discover the Reach of Machine Learning Through Six Projects in Python

<b>Description</b><p>Machine learning gives you extremely powerful insights into data, and has become so ubiquitous you see it nearly constantly while you …

Machine Learning

Why Messy People Are Smarter, According to Science

Albert Einstein was famously messy. The Nobel Prize-winning scientist quipped of his disorderly workspace, "If a cluttered desk is a sign of a …

Open-Mindedness

How to Clean Your Ears (Properly), According to ENTs

Cleaning your ears is often a private, gross moment between you and a Q-tip, but according to ENTs, if you know what’s good for you, you’d stop …

Dry Skin

Drawing is the best way to learn, even if you’re no Leonardo da Vinci

“I just can’t draw.” It’s a refrain most adults say when confronted with a blank piece of paper. Something happens in our teenage years that makes most of us shy away from drawing, fretting that our draftsmanship skills aren’t up to par, and leaving it to the “artists” among us.<p>Spartan Holiday<p>But …

Leonardo Da Vinci

Go ahead, marry your cousin—it's not that bad for your future kids

Just don't turn it into a family tradition.<p>Yaniv Erlich has a soft spot for genealogy. A data scientist at Columbia University and the chief science of officer of the DNA test company MyHeritage, he describes many things in the context of family. Columbia and MyHeritage are “mom and dad” and he’s …

5 New Planes That Will Change the Way You Travel

A look at what's coming up this year—and beyond.<p>These days, few new planes generate the sort of buzz that the original jumbo—the Boeing 747—or the supersonic Concorde did back in the 1970s. After all, when First Lady Pat Nixon cracked a bottle of Champagne over the first bulbous-nosed 747 in 1970, …

Qatar Airways

You need to hit these 3 financial goals if you want to retire early

It's not easy, but it might not be as difficult as you think to retire early.<p>The unfortunate truth is that far too many Americans are behind on their retirement goals, and many of them might not retire at all. In fact, 74 percent of American adults say they're planning on working past retirement …

Retirement

5 Hard-to-Swallow Truths if You Really Want to Live Your Best Life

Coasting is so easy to do, which is why the vast majority of human beings lead mediocre lives. Living a satisfying, fulfilling, and inspiring life, however, won't happen without work on your part. If that's what you want, it may mean shifting your perspective on a few key matters. Here are several …

Self-help

The Real Reasons Millennials Are Struggling (Infographic)

Before you start calling them lazy and entitled, take a look at the many challenges millennials face today.<p>Millennials get a bad rap. From labels including “lazy,” “ungrateful” and “entitled,” these 20- and 30-somethings can’t catch a break.<p>“Millennial bashing” has basically become a national …

Demographics

Scientists get ready to begin Great Pacific Garbage Patch cleanup

A team of scientists and engineers will on Saturday begin an ambitious cleanup of plastics in the Pacific Ocean targeting a stretch of water three times the size of France known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.<p>A 600m-long floating barrier will be launched off the coast of San Francisco and, …

Great Pacific garbage patch

Scientists Have Detected an Entirely New Visual Phenomenon in The Human Eye

We can see more than we thought.<p>New research suggests the human eye and brain are capable of seeing ghosted images, a new type of visual phenomenon …

Albert Einstein

DARPA announces $2B investment in AI

At a symposium in Washington DC on Friday, DARPA href="https://www.darpa.mil/news-events/2018-09-07" target="_blank" rel="noopener">announced plans to invest $2 billion in artificial intelligence research over the next five years.<p>In a program called “AI Next,” the agency now has over 20 programs …

Singularity

The Periodic Table of Technology Lays Out Which Advances Are Coming Next

Pretty much everybody learns the periodic table of the elements in school (or, in the case of this writer, tries and fails to learn the periodic …

Periodic Table

7 Foods that Can Boost Testosterone Levels Based on Science

Unsure about what foods you should be eating to increase your testosterone levels naturally?<p>It's not your fault.<p>There's more misinformation about …

Nutrition

17 Times The English Language Was Absolutely Ridiculous

"English isn't a language, it's three languages stacked on top of each other wearing a trenchcoat."<p>* 21 Times Tumblr Proved English Is The Worst Language Ever<p>* 17 People Who Took On The English Language And Lost<p>* 18 Pictures That Prove The English Language Needs To Be Stopped

Tumblr

CERN’s Pioneering Mini-accelerator Passes First Test

An experiment at CERN has demonstrated a new way of accelerating electrons to high energies—one that could dramatically shrink the size of future …

Physics

The Mystery of People Who Speak Dozens of Languages

What can hyperpolyglots teach the rest of us?<p>Last May, Luis Miguel Rojas-Berscia, a doctoral candidate at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, in the Dutch city of Nijmegen, flew to Malta for a week to learn Maltese. He had a hefty grammar book in his backpack, but he didn’t plan to open …

The Nastiest Feud in Science

A Princeton geologist has endured decades of ridicule for arguing that the fifth extinction was caused not by an asteroid but by a series of colossal volcanic eruptions. But she’s reopened that debate.<p><i>Updated and corrected on September 7, 2018</i><p>1.<p>Gerta Keller was waiting for me at the Mumbai airport …

Extinction

Auckland researchers make world-first discovery into artificial intelligence

In a world first, AUT researchers have developed an artificial intelligence model, which can predict a person's choices before they have even made up …

Artificial Intelligence

Did Scientists Actually Spot Evidence Of Another Universe?

In a study published earlier this month, a team of theoretical physicists is claiming to have discovered the remnants of previous universes hidden within the leftover radiation from the Big Bang. Our universe is a vast collection of observable matter, like gas, dust, stars, etc., in addition to the …

Stephen Hawking