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Why Does Sex Feel So Good, Anyway?

There's a reason that sex toy shops choose names like Pleasure Chest, Good Vibrations, and Sugar. All of these words invoke the tingling, …

Doing These 9 Uncomfortable Things Will Pay Off Forever

<i>This story originally appeared on Businessinsider.com.</i><p>What makes someone uncomfortable depends on the person, but what's universally true is the …

A Teenager Won $250,000 For His Video Explanation Of Einstein's Special Theory Of Relativity

What were you doing when you were 18 years old? If we had to guess, we'd say you probably weren't winning hundreds of thousands of dollars for a …

Hydrogen Fuel Could Become a Viable Energy Alternative Thanks to This Aluminum Alloy

Strange New Alloy<p>If you have seen or read <i>The Martian</i>, you may recall the stranded astronaut converting a hydrogen-based fuel into water. Well, we may …

13 habits science shows will help you fall asleep faster and sleep better

1. Dim the lights in your room<p>This might seem obvious, but it bears repeating: One of the worst things you can do for yourself at night is keep the …

Humans Just Killed Off These 12 Animals, And You Didn't Even Notice

Over the past decade, we've wiped out mammals, birds, amphibians and more. And it's all to our own detriment.<p>For thousands of years, the Bramble Cay melomys, a small, mouse-like rodent, eked out a living on a tiny coral island in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. It was the reef’s only endemic mammal …

Extinction

Nintendo has sold nearly 200,000 NES Classic Edition consoles in the US

Nintendo may be dealing with a massive shortage of its new NES Classic Edition console, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t still selling a ton. In fact, according to retail data provided by sales tracking firm NPD Group, Nintendo has sold more than 196,000 units in the US since the device went on sale …

The Best Sneaker of 2016

The <i>Highsnobiety</i> Crowns are an annual awards series celebrating the very best in streetwear and street culture over the past 12 months. All shortlists …

Bold colours feature on walls inside Kiev flat by Special Project Venediktov

Special Project Venediktov has reorganised an apartment inside a Kiev high-rise, using different shades of green and blue to define each …

It's Not an Impossible Fish Tank, It's Just Physics

If you like fish tanks, you might like this neat trick that creates space for the fish to swim <i>above</i> the water level. Beyond being pretty cool, it …

NASA just released an unprecedented 3-D map of heat-trapping CO2 in the atmosphere

NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory satellite collected data of CO2 levels across the globe between September 1, 2014 through August 31, 2015, which is shown here in startling detail.<p><i>Video courtesy of NASA</i><p><b>Follow Tech Insider:</b>On Facebook

Solar panels, bus flipped in forklift rampage

A SOLAR panel station and two vehicles have been damaged after a bizarre early morning rampage with a forklift at a remote island off the WA …

Solar Panels

Teenager murdered friend in "brutal and violent" attack after finding out he was dating his mum

A teenager who murdered his former friend who had started dating his mum has been jailed for life .<p>Lucas Bigley, 19, stabbed Matthew Wilson, also 19, …

China’s Clean Energy Push Runs Into Headwinds

Construction of solar panels and wind farms hasn’t been matched by electricity grid upgrades<p>BEIJING—China’s unbridled ambitions for clean energy led to the construction of two wind turbines every hour in recent years. Now, there is a new demand: slow down.<p>In the U.S., President-elect Donald Trump …

Renewable Energy

Refugees in Germany 'better educated than expected'

A new study suggests that refugees in Germany actually have a better standard of education than previously thought. But economic institutions have …