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The 10-Minute Morning Routine of Consistently Successful People | Inc.com

Successful people do things differently. They aren't slaves to "have to's"--especially during their morning routine.<p>Your first waking minutes will set the tone for the day. Do you wake up with lots of thoughts in your head about the future of the day? What will today bring? What do I have to do? …

Time Management

The Downsides of Being Very Emotionally Intelligent

Gemma is extremely caring and sensitive. She pays a great deal of attention to others’ emotions and is kind and considerate. Gemma is also quite optimistic. She is usually upbeat and remains positive even in the face of bad news. Her colleagues love working with her because they see her as a beacon …

Astronaut's View of the Rocky Mountains from Space Is Just Amazing

French astronaut Thomas Pesquet just took "Rocky Mountain High" to a whole new level.<p>The European Space Agency astronaut took this incredible photo …

Alphabet is now allowed to fly a swarm of 20 drones at once over US skies

What’s that buzzing sound?<p>As part of its research for Project Wing, a plan to deliver goods using autonomous drones, Alphabet’s “moonshot” research division, X, was awarded a certificate by the US Federal Aviation Administration to pilot drones in the US Nov. 25. The certification, first spotted by …

President Obama's Parting Gift to Boeing: $31.2 Billion in Defense Contracts

When Kuwait announced in April that it will be buying $9.1 billion worth of fighter jets from <b>Airbus</b> (NASDAQOTH: EADSY), that sounded like bad news for <b>Boeing</b> (NYSE: BA). For months, the Obama administration had been dragging its feet on approving a sale of Boeing's competing F/A-18 fighter jet to …

Japan Earthquake 2011: 8.9 Magnitude Earthquake Hits, 30-Foot Tsunami Triggered

TOKYO -- A ferocious tsunami spawned by one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded slammed Japan's eastern coast Friday, killing hundreds of people as it swept away boats, cars and homes while widespread fires burned out of control.<p>Hours later, the tsunami hit Hawaii and warnings blanketed the …

Watch 15 Years Of Earthquakes Rock The Planet

This animation is as mesmerizing as it is frightening.<p>Make no mistake: Earth is a powerful and, at times, violent planet. And if you had any doubts, this new jaw-dropping animation ought to put them to rest.<p>The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Pacific Tsunami Warning Center …

"Strange Stars" Could Be the Weirdest Objects in the Universe

Physics tells us they could theoretically exist forever, though we've never spotted one.<p>When an incredibly massive star supernovas, it leaves behind one of two things: a neutron star or a black hole. Neutron stars are the leftover cores of massive stars after they have ejected all their other …

Physics

Who Will Buy the International Space Station?

For sale: One space station. Slightly used. Great view of Central Park (and a lot of other parks). Image source: Getty Images.<p>As early as 2023, and by 2024 at the latest, Russia intends to abandon the International Space Station. And not only that, they're taking their half of the station when they …

NASA’s Juno spacecraft will snap the first up close images of Jupiter on Saturday

But we won't get them until later next week<p>NASA’s Juno spacecraft will get cozy with Jupiter this weekend, as the vehicle makes its closest approach to the gas giant early Saturday morning at 8:51AM ET. Juno, which is in orbit around Jupiter, will come within 2,500 miles of the planet’s clouds — …

The Audacious Plan to Save This Man’s Life by Transplanting His Head

What would happen if it actually works?<p>Like a little white Lazarus with red eyes, the paralyzed mouse was walking again.<p>A few days earlier, the mouse had been sprawled on an operating table while two Chinese graduate students peered through a microscope and operated on its spine. With a tiny pair …

Mayo Clinic

World’s largest solar power plant planned for Chernobyl nuclear wasteland

The world’s most famous and damaging nuclear meltdown is now being considered for the world’s largest solar power plant. The Ukrainian nuclear power station Chernobyl had a nuclear meltdown on April 26, 1986. Since then 1,600 square miles of land has been deemed an ‘exclusion zone’ as the radiation …

The Brightest Planets in September’s Night Sky: How to See Them (and When)

Eye-popping Venus, low-riding Mercury and stealthy Saturn will all make appearances among the bright objects in September's night sky, and this …

Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month

<b>Editor's note:</b> To find out more about the rare supermoon lunar eclipse of Sept. 27-28 and how to see it, visit: Supermoon Lunar Eclipse 2015: Full …

Device Revives Disembodied Hearts That Have Stopped Beating

It could save a lot of lives<p>There are two ways you can die, from a transplant surgeon’s point of view. Your brain could die while your heart continues beating, or your heart could fail, starving the rest of your body of oxygen. It used to be that only the former could donate their organs—because if …

Yearlong Mock Mars Mission Will Test Mental Toll of Isolation

On Friday (Aug. 28), six scientists left the comforts of civilization, set to be gone for an entire year. Their mission will simulate what it might …

Mars Mission

SpaceX Explosion: Footage Released from Failed Landing

No, it's not footage from a new Marvel blockbuster. The dramatic explosion captured by SpaceX is from its Falcon 9 rocket's attempt to land on a drone ship roughly 200 miles off Florida's Atlantic coast.<p>The two-stage Falcon 9 rocket sent SpaceX's Dragon cargo capsule to the International Space …

Space Travel

Obama Renames North America's Highest Peak, Denali

The mountain formerly known as McKinley<p>Mount McKinley is dead. Long live Denali. On Sunday President Obama announced that the highest peak in North America would cease to be known as Mount McKinley, and would be known from now on as Denali.<p>Often when a place is "renamed," it gets a brand new …