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Asteroid attack? Astronomers ponder fourth close pass of 2017

For the fourth time since the start of 2017, a small celestial body will pass closer to Earth than the distance between us and the moon. Recently discovered asteroid 2017 BS32 zips by around midday Thursday.<p>This latest narrow shave comes just a few days after the closest such flyby in months, …

Master The Perfect Squat | Stretches And Exercises

Written by Jamie Bantleman<p>Perfect Squat<p>Squatting is looked at by many as the number one exercise for growing your legs, it engages both your …

Workouts

What to Eat Before the Gym | Nutrition | The Zone

<b>By Myprotein Writer Marc Barnard-Naulls</b><p>What and when we eat is always an important thing to consider, especially when your actively working to …

Body Transformation | The Best 5 Exercises For Transforming Your Physique

<b>By Edd Oldfield |</b><p><b>Bodybuilder and Personal Trainer</b><p>Before the article begins, it is very important to note that no matter what exercises are performed …

Fitness

The 6 Best Exercises For Gaining Strength | Articles | The Zone

The 6 BEST EXERCISES FOR GAINING STRENGTH<p><b>By Mr Protein and Myprotein Writer George Cook</b><p>Nowadays there are many people leading very busy lives… which …

These Village Girls In China Can Beat Even The Victoria's Secret Models

What do you picture when someone tells you to imagine a 'village girl'? Depending on the place or country from where you hail, we'd all have a …

3 Characteristics of an Educated Person | The Art of Manliness

What defines an educated man? The number of degrees he has? The size of his vocabulary? How many books he’s read?<p>The qualities that constitute an …

There’s a reason some birds don’t seem to fly south for winter anymore, scientists say

The birds and the bees are telling humans about much more than sex, a new study released Thursday says.<p>They are a harbinger of climate change, with species swapping habitats like a game of musical chairs as regions in Europe and the United States warm. Populations of American robins that winter in …

400-Year-Old Hearts Had Same Diseases As Hearts Of Today

Archaeology could help us better understand common forms of heart disease<p>Health concerns for people in late 16th century France were a bit different than today. Most people lived in squalid conditions in which infectious diseases ran rampant; life was pretty difficult and short (by the mid-1700s, …

US issues travel warning in wake of attacks

WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans should be alert to the possible travel risks, especially during the holidays, following increased threats from militant …

Mars 2020 Rover May Have A Little Flying Helper Drone

Eyes in the Martian sky<p>In April 2009, the Spirit rover got stuck in a sand trap on Mars. Try as it might, its wheels couldn't gain enough traction in the loose sand to free itself, leading to a sad, slow death for the rover. NASA doesn't want that to happen again.<p>Although the Curiosity rover is …

Scientists Invent A Liquid With Holes In It

Unique porous fluid could suck up and lock away unwanted molecules<p>You've heard of holy water, but what about hole-y water?<p>In a paper published this week in <i>Nature,</i> researchers announced that they have developed a liquid with its molecules structured in such a way that they have 'holes' within the …

Man Who Escaped Ohio Prison in 1978 Caught in Minnesota, Feds Say

A convicted murderer who escaped from an Ohio prison in 1978 by cutting through cell bars and a fence was captured in Minnesota's capital, where he had a job delivering newspapers, the U.S. Marshals Service said Friday.<p>Oscar Juarez, 66, was among Ohio's most wanted fugitives and evaded being caught …

Hyperloop Tech CEO Predicts The Hyperloop Could Become Reality by 2020

Even without direct involvement from Elon Musk<p>Rob Lloyd is working towards a “Kitty Hawk” moment.<p>That’s what the CEO of the startup company Hyperloop Tech revealed during a presentation at Web Summit in Dublin last week, referring to the time and place (December 17, 1903, in Kitty Hawk, North …

To Your Brain, A Runner’s High Looks A Lot Like Smoking Weed

Endorphins have nothing to do with it<p>Intense exercise may not feel good to those unaccustomed to it, but does have at least one great perk: a runner’s high, a feeling of relaxed euphoria, which sets in at the end of long bouts of activity. Scientists recently discovered that this happens because …

Star-dust, interstellar bumblebees and the secret alien civilisation controlling humankind

The Night Sky in November: The arrival of the winter constellation Orion arouses memories of the eccentric astronomy great Sir Fred Hoyle<p>Is it conceivable that bumblebees could have been originally designed as miniature vehicles for interstellar travel? And if so, could this have been part of an …

What to Know About Meat and Cancer

Getty Images (4)<p>Getty Images (5); Gif by Mia Tramz for TIME<p>Getty Images; Tara Johnson for TIME<p>Getty Images (1); Gif by Mia Tramz for TIME<p>Getty Images …

Nutrition

Bacon And Sausages Do Cause Cancer, Says World Health Organisation

Processed meats are now classed as a carcinogen.<p>Dr Ian Johnson, a nutrition researcher at the Institute of Food Research, said in a briefing given to the Science Media Centre that "the classification reflects the strength of the evidence for an effect", not how big that effect is. "The effect is …

Very first Apple computer hits auction block at mind-blowing price

Some of the most important scientific instruments of the past 700 years are hitting the auction block later this month, but one of the newest creations in the lot — one of the very first computers created by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak — is expect to fetch the highest bid.<p>Christie’s has auctioned …

Tasting a Flavor That Doesn't Exist

Scientists and food companies are experimenting with “phantom aromas,” in which a smell tricks the brain into manufacturing a taste.<p>In 2007, the Campbell Soup Company started slashing the salt content in its canned soups in an effort to be more health-conscious. But the move, while it may have been …

China Tests Its Largest Airship

Yuanmeng flies at 20km<p>On October 13, 2015, China started the 24 hour test flight of its largest airship yet in Xilinhot, Inner Mongolia. The Yuanmeng has a volume of 18,000 cubic meters, a length of 75 meters and a height of 22 meters. It will fly to 20,000 meters to test its control systems and …

The most stressful job? Waitressing, say scientists

Menial jobs like waitressing are far more stressful than professions like medicine or architecture, says scientists, as they warn of stroke risk<p>Ask anyone to name the most stressful professions and they might guess neurosurgeon, bomb diffuser, miner or even stockbroker.<p>But a new study suggests that …

New Hubble Images Show Jupiter's Great Red Spot Is Still Shrinking

The Great Red Spot on Jupiter continues to shrink, spectacular new images from the Hubble Space Telescope show. (See big versions of the pictures here and here.)<p>But, scientists say, the big storm, which has been swirling around the planet for hundreds of years, will likely put up a fight before it …

“Just Googling it” is bad for your brain

Having the world at our fingertips around the clock takes a lot of the pressure off our minds to remember basic facts. But the ability to find answers on search engines like Google is also killing our memories, a recent report (pdf) by cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab shows.<p>When asked a question, …

The Brain

DNA At the Fringes: Twins, Chimerism, and Synthetic DNA

DNA tests are thought to be conclusive proof—of crime, of family relation—but in some cases, our genetic material acts in mysterious ways.<p>Plenty of …

Genetics

Testosterone and the Drive for Male Status | The Art of Manliness

<i>Welcome back to our series on male status. This series aims to help men understand the way status affects our behavior, and even physiology, so we</i> …

How To Eat Without Food

Chewing is so old-fashioned<p>Our attachment to food is antiquated. So the argument goes: It takes time and energy to buy and prepare, and it can lack nutrition (we tend to cook away the good stuff). We can now drink our meals. Meal-replacement shakes—different from protein drinks that serve as …

This Test Can Detect Any Virus That Infects Humans

A test to end all tests<p>In order for a doctor to treat a patient, the exact cause of that patient’s illness must be found first. If a virus is the cause, current diagnostic tests are often not sensitive enough to detect the virus, or the doctor must already suspect which virus in particular is …

Conversation Etiquette: 5 Dos and Don'ts | The Art of Manliness

I think we’ve all encountered men who have a knack for good conversation. They can talk to anybody about anything in a laid-back, casual manner that …

100 Skills Every Man Should Know | The Art of Manliness

It’s been fodder for many a heated debate among men for centuries.<p>What skills should every man know?<p>A vast amount of ink and e-ink has been spilled …