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This Invigorating Yoga Flow Is the Best Way to Get Energized

When the going gets tough, yoga. That’s our mantra this spring—and this flow is proof that deep breaths and a little movement can work wonders on …

70 Best Bodyweight Cardio Exercises | Men's Health

These resistance-training movements are so effective at annihilating calories for several reasons, he explains:<p>1. They work multiple muscles at once, skyrocketing your metabolism during <i>and</i> after your workout.<p>2. They can be made easier midset so you never have to stop and rest.<p>3. They can be done …

Elon Musk Powers Up: Inside Tesla’s $5 Billion Gigafactory

Elon Musk is venturing headfirst into the battery business. Here’s why it might be his boldest bet yet.<p>Elon Musk walks briskly onto the stage as hard rock blasts in the background. The guitar riff, which sounds like entrance music suitable for a professional wrestler or a minor-league cleanup …

5 Awesome TED Talks That Will Make You Remarkably Happy | Inc.com

There are lots of TED Talks about serious subjects like medical research, natural disasters, and even rocket science. However, some TED Talks are sure to put a smile on your face. Here are five of my favorites.<p><b>1. Dan Gilbert: The Surprising Science of Happiness</b><p>Gilbert, author of <i>Stumbling on</i> …

Happiness

Unreasonable Fear of Radiation

Massive misinformation promulgated by radical environmental groups, such as Greenpeace, the Union of Concerned Scientists, the Aspen Institute and …

Radiation

The radiation leak site that wants more nuclear waste

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/world/1058000/1058148_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1526719845_14de27482e25e1c08c401e0faf5b4d9d<p><b>A recent radiation leak at America's only nuclear waste repository threatens the future of waste storage in the country. But leaders in the city of</b> …

Nuclear Waste

25 Books You'll Want To Curl Up With In A Reading Nook

You won't be able to put these books down.<p>It's no wonder that reading nooks are a dream home feature for many book lovers. Reading nooks are cute, cozy, and a perfect escape from the daily grind. But what good is a comfy reading space if you don't have any great books to read? Enter the reading …

Books

Record radiation at Fukushima power plant could kill person in under 1 hour – reports

Deadly radiation levels of up to 9.4 Sieverts per hour have been recorded at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant – enough to kill a person in …

Vail on path to build largest ski area in America

Ski Area

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Our Favorite Brands<p>The North Face is the coldest, most unforgiving side of a mountain. As their name implies, TNF has helped explorers reach the most …

Paddleboarding

7 Hacks To Affording Your Next Vacation

The tips and tricks to traveling on any budget.<p><b>1) Try hidden city ticketing with FlyShortcut.com.</b><br>Hidden city ticketing is a hack in itself for finding the lowest possible airfare on FlyShortcut.com. It essentially finds a cheaper flight that has your destination as a layover. That way, you can …

Why We Climb: Piolet d’Or Honorees on the Value of a Life in the Mountains

The first night of the 22nd Piolets d’Or, Kazakh climber Denis Urubko summed it up: Mountains (and oceans) are the last wild places on Earth. We go to these places to remember we are humans in nature, to seek lessons from the wild, and to get away from the trappings of human civilization. But as …

NATO confirms Stoltenberg as next alliance leader | Reuters

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO ambassadors chose former Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg as the next leader of the Western military alliance, NATO said on Friday.<p>Norway's Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg laughs while listening to a question from the audience following his speech at the Kennedy …

Aid Groups In Darfur Struggling To Monitor Displaced People, Deliver Aid

By Louis Charbonneau<p>UNITED NATIONS, March 27 (Reuters) - United Nations and African Union officials sounded an alarm on Thursday over the worsening violence in Sudan's western Darfur region, which has led to the displacement of hundreds of thousands of people this year in the remote, conflict-torn …

Gaddafi's son Saadi 'apologises to the Libyan people'

<b>Libyan state TV has broadcast footage showing one of the sons of former leader Col Muammar Gaddafi apologising to the nation from prison.</b><p>"I apologise to the Libyan people... for disturbing the security and stability of Libya," Saadi Gaddafi is seen to say.<p>Saadi was extradited to Libya earlier this …

Africa

Obama's Kony 2014 hunt totally forgets a bigger conflict in Uganda and beyond

In sending troops after one man, it's as if Washington has learned the lessons of a failed viral YouTube video rather than genocide<p>Uganda’s most acclaimed musician, Jose Chameleone, is holding his annual concert here this weekend, almost exactly two years after the famous the famous Kony 2012 video …

Girls 'Treated as Cattle': Child Brides Divide Pakistan

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- A proposed law seeking tough new penalties for marrying children has triggered intense debate in Pakistan.<p>At the moment, females can legally tie the knot at 16 while males must wait until they are 18. However, it is customary for younger teen girls to be married by their …

Brides

Augustus rules again as Rome acts to restore lost mausoleum

He was Rome's first emperor, the founder of a world-dominating imperial dynasty, and a builder of roads and stunning temples who brought peace to a far-flung empire; a man so powerful the Roman senate named a month after him. Now, on the 2,000th anniversary of the death of the emperor Augustus, the …

Associated Press News

We may already know how we will cure death—but should we?

A pair of advocates—they do legitimate research too, but their ardor is so intense, it’s hard to call them scientists—believe that they will, within their lifetimes, make ours the first generation of humans to live forever.<p>Their quest is elegantly laid out in <i>The Immortalists</i>, a new documentary …

Singularity

Burma census bans people registering as Rohingya

<b>Burmese officials have begun the first national census in three decades, but are refusing to allow people to class themselves as Rohingya.</b><p>The UN, which is helping to carry out the census, said all Burmese should be allowed to choose their own ethnicity.<p>But Burmese officials said the Muslim Rohingya …

Asia

Alpenglow

Cumbre!!<p>We’ll go with the most exciting news first – this morning at 10am local time we had 4 members of our climbing team summit Aconcagua. …

Mountaineering

how to get sponsorship for everest | Rowing from Home to Home

Unless you are a high-profile personality like Ed Viesters, Roger Federer, Michael Jordan or Lance Armstrong (before he got busted) , chances are you …

Video #4: Filming – Climber David Lama’s First Free Ascent of Patagonia’s Cerro Torre

Cerro Torre is such a difficult climb that only the climbers themselves can document the upper reaches. “The more remote my expeditions became, the more important it was for me to document them myself,” says 23-year-old Austrian climber David Lama. See what went into filming the Adventurer of the …

The 10 best treks in the world

These 10 classic treks are for serious walkers. All of them require a sturdy pair of lungs, fit legs and a good amount of preparation. However, if you choose to go on any of these trails then you will be rewarded with experiences that last a lifetime. In no particular order:<p>1. GR20, France<p><i>Image by</i> …

Mountain Guide's Helmet-Camera Captures One Of 'The Craziest Ice Climbing Falls Ever Recorded'

Canadian ice climber John Freeman is lucky to be alive after the ice pillar he was scaling in Canada's Banff National Park broke off and sent him tumbling hundreds of feet down the cliff face.<p>The fall, which happened two years ago during the springtime, was captured by Freeman's helmet-cam. He …