Louise Pagone

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The World According to Jeff Goldblum | GQ

Jeff Goldblum lives the life we all want to live when we’re 65 and impossibly handsome. And a clotheshorse. And a massive flirt. Meet your delightfully weird (and weirdly delightful) new hero.<p><b>Five decades of</b> Hollywood glory have given us a pretty good idea of who Jeff Goldblum is on-screen. The …

Jeff Goldblum

Cassini finds missing ingredient for life on Saturn Moon. Opens possible discovery of life.

<b>All the building blocks for life have been found for the first time away from Earth, NASA announced – within our solar system. Hunt for alien life is</b> …

Scientists Predict a Super-Hot Summer in Nearly Every U.S. State

Get ready to sweat.<p>Enjoy the last throes of spring while they last, because this summer's going to be a scorcher. The Climate Prediction Center at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released its prediction for summer weather, and it's not good news for anyone who enjoys a cool …

Global Warming

The New, Smaller iPhone Could Be A Better Fit For Women

Apple didn’t explicitly design its new smaller, cheaper iPhone for women, just like it didn’t explicitly design its largest phones — the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus — for men. But some women are excited about the release of a smaller, more manageable model.<p>A brand new, smaller iPhone is about to hit the …

Facebook spreads rainy-day blues to sunny places, study says

Ever feel the rainy-day blues on a bright and sunny afternoon? If so, your Facebook account may be to blame, according to new research.<p>In a paper published Wednesday in the journal PLOS ONE, scientists argued that the hugely popular social networking site exerts an emotional "spillover" effect that …

Psychology

Fitbit Force users report roughly 10,000 cases of skin irritation

Some side effects can come with activity monitoring with a Fitbit Force health tracker, but they're not sore muscles or an accelerated heart rate -- rather, they involve skin irritation around the wrist.<p>More than 10,000 people have reported skin irritation -- including redness, rashes, itchy and …

Wearable Tech

A Retired Traveler's Breathtaking Photos of International Landscapes

Bangkok-based Thai photographer Weerapong Chaipuck discovered his passion for photography after an early retirement from the medical profession. Now, Chaipuck travels the world, snapping shots of all the beautiful landscapes he comes across. His breathtaking images offer eye-catching perspectives …

Food industry under siege

First lady Michelle Obama’s move to limit junk food marketing in schools and revamp nutrition labels is just the latest salvo in an intensifying battle royale with the food industry.<p>The Obama administration — arguably the most active on food policy in the past century — has issued a slew of new …

On the Red Couch with Rancher Bill Niman

Inside Flipboard / November 26, 2013<p><i>Bill Niman never thought he was going to be a rancher—never mind one who’d take the food industry by storm. But</i> …

The King of Curl

Inside Flipboard / February 19, 2014<p>Jerome Larson, 73, has endured a few strokes, has an ongoing heart condition and at times loses his sense of …

Vegetarians and Their Superior Blood

A plant-based diet can lower your blood pressure, according to research released today in a major medical journal. Should we really stop eating meat before starting medication?<p>"Let me be clear about this. A low carbohydrate diet is quackery," Dr. Neal Barnard told me over the phone. "It is popular, …

The complete guide to eating at your desk

Let’s get one thing straight: No one should eat at his or her desk. Desks are filthier than toilet seats. People who eat at them are more likely to wolf down whatever junk is at hand, and their overall productivity is lower. The French avoid it altogether.<p>And yet the trend is spreading. If online …

100 Books Everyone Should Read Before They Die

Many of the books are 20th century classics or recent bestsellers — the oldest book on the list is Jane Austen's 1813 masterpiece "Pride and Prejudice." It also spans multiple genres, with adult fiction, nonfiction, children's, and young adult novels such as "The Hunger Games" and "Harry Potter" …

Yosemite - Morning Rise

Meteorite hits moon in largest lunar impact ever recorded - video

Rock travelling at 61,000 km/h punched a crater 40 metres wide and produced a flash that could be seen from Earth<p>Published: 24 Feb 2014<p>The meteorite is providing invaluable information to help protect against larger rocks that might pose a serious threat to Earth<p>Published: 30 Dec 2013<p>With …

Associated Press News

Richard III's DNA to be analysed to create complete genome sequence

The bones of the king under the car park have more to tell: scientists are to analyse the DNA from the remains of Richard III to create the world's first complete genome sequence for a named historical figure.<p>The process could reveal his hair and eye colour, his susceptibility to conditions …

Associated Press News

Can You Actually Be Bored to Death?

Kind of. Boredom won’t directly kill you on its own, but it does make it more likely that a handful of other things will put you six feet …

15 Words That Don't Mean What They Used To

Want to make conversations more fun? Consider the former meaning of these everyday words.<p>1. Ejaculate<p><b>Used to mean:</b> To utter suddenly and …

Modern humans more Neanderthal than once thought, studies suggest | Reuters

NEW YORK (Reuters) - It’s getting harder and harder to take umbrage if someone calls you a Neanderthal.<p>An exhibit shows the life of a neanderthal family in a cave in the new Neanderthal Museum in the northern town of Krapina February 25, 2010. REUTERS/Nikola Solic<p>According to two studies published …

Is there life on Ceres? Dwarf planet spews water vapor into space

Infrared readings from a space telescope confirm that water vapor is rising from the surface of Ceres, and that discovery is likely to heat up interest in a strange world that's the biggest asteroid as well as the smallest known dwarf planet.<p>The find comes just in time. Next year, NASA's Dawn …

Astronomy

Articles about 8 light filled rooms we love on Dwell.com - Dwell

Method Homes’ compact Element 1 prefab model rises to the challenge of a difficult building site.<p>Somewhere between the fanciful beasts of Where the Wild Things Are and the hand-drawn charm of Marimekko, the characters in the...<p>DWELL Your Rooms We Love OFFICIAL COMPETITION...<p>Las Vegas designer Logan …

Phil Matier: Cost Growing As Old Bay Bridge Demolition Is Delayed

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — The Bay Bridge saga continues as the $239 million takedown of the old eastern span has fallen six months behind schedule.<p>As we …