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31 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

These are the kind of simple projects for the laziest and most inept of crafters. Even if you can barely operate a drill, you can do most of these projects — and in less than an hour.

How To Remove Sweat Stains The Easy Way

Several years ago, both of my youngest boys joined the basketball “league” at our church. I was happy that they were both having a great time …

21 Incredibly Important Diagrams To Help You Get Through Life

OK, you won't find true love or make a million dollars by following these charts. But someone's bound to be impressed by your profound knowledge of tea bag–steeping temperatures.

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The 13 Most Bizarre Things From Edward Snowden's NBC News Interview

While watching Brian Williams' interview with Ed Snowden, I actually agreed with Glenn Greenwald about something. Back in 2012, Greenwald referred to Williams as "NBC News' top hagiographer," using "his reverent, soothing, self-important baritone" to deliver information in its "purest, most …

10 Reasons My 'Failed Marriage' Was Anything But A Failure

By Sophie Rosen for DivorcedMoms.com<p>Our brain tells us that hindsight is 20/20. Yet emotion often gets the best of us. Particularly after a divorce, it is tempting to beat ourselves up as we contemplate what we could have done differently were we able to change the past. It is easy to point a …

10 Things You Didn't Know About Cats and Dogs

When you spend four years researching a book on dogs and cats, you learn some surprising things. Here is a list of my favorites, culled from my new book, <i>Citizen Canine: Our Evolving Relationship with Cats and Dogs</i>, which traces the journey of pets from wild animals to family members.<p><b>More homes have</b> …

Stonehenge Discovery 'Blows Lid Off' Old Theories About Builders Of Ancient Monument (VIDEO)

From who built it to what it was used for, Stonehenge is surrounded by many enduring mysteries -- and researchers from the University of Buckingham in England now say they've solved one of them.<p>"For years people have been asking why is Stonehenge where it is, now at last, we have found the …

Narcissus Takes a Selfie

You may have heard that "selfitis" -- the inflammation of one's ego, as evidenced by taking too many "selfies" -- is a mental disorder according to the APA. Unfortunately this "news" story went viral before it was discovered to be a hoax. Clearly people are fascinated with the growing phenomenon of …

Christopher Columbus' Ship, The Santa Maria, May Have Been Found Off The Coast Of Haiti

A shipwreck off the coast of Haiti may be the Santa Maria, the long lost flagship of Christopher Columbus and one of the three ships that reached the Americas in his 1492 expedition.<p>“All the geographical, underwater topography and archaeological evidence strongly suggests that this wreck is …

Awesome NASA Animation Shows Neutron Stars Ripping Each Other Apart (VIDEO)

Unless you're very, very unlucky, you're never going to bump up against a black hole. But a new animation from NASA gives a spectacular, close-up look at a black hole forming from the collision of two neutron stars.<p>These aren't bumper cars. NASA says these collisions are among the most violent …

Game-Playing Study Reveals Ironic Reason We Trust Strangers

It's one thing to trust someone you know, but quite another to trust a perfect stranger. And yet every day we trust people we've never met, from bank tellers and barbers to cashiers and even the people who care for our children.<p>But <i>why</i> do we trust people we don't even know?<p>A new study suggests we're …

10,000 Young Toddlers Are on Stimulant Drugs for ADHD

How crazy is it to drug babies?<p>It was shocking enough to discover that 20 percent of teenage boys get labelled as having ADHD, and 10 percent are on stimulant medications for it; that 11 percent of all kids aged 4-18 get the diagnosis of ADHD and 6 percent the drugs; that stimulant prescriptions …

Prehistoric People Liked To Drink Alcohol And Do Drugs, But Probably For Religious Reasons

A new study adds to a growing body of evidence that some ancient cultures may have used mind-altering substances for religious and ritualistic practices, rather than as a form of recreation.<p>"Psychoactive substances in prehistoric Europe are mainly found in tombs and ceremonial places," Elisa …

Every Cell In Your Body Is Infused With The Collapse Of A Star (VIDEO)

Living shoulder-to-shoulder on a small blue planet zooming through an ever-expanding universe, it's easy to feel very, very small. But what we <i>are</i> is actually pretty incredible.<p>"We are dead stars looking back up at the sky," Dr. Michelle Thaller, astronomer and science communicator at NASA's Goddard …

The Buffer Zone: Romance and Insecurity

Let's call them Linda and Max. They've been a committed couple for some years now, but Max brings a lot of emotional baggage to the relationship. Previous girlfriends treated him shabbily, and as a result he's insecure about Linda, not entirely convinced she loves him. On occasion this persistent …

The Anatomy of Everyday Hatred

It's hard to outdo Medea for raw hatred. Thrown over by her husband Jason for another woman, the mythic sorceress takes revenge by poisoning her rival and, just for good measure, her rival's father. Then, just to make sure that Jason comprehends the enormity of her wrath, she murders their two sons …

The Science of Difference: Let's Do It Right!

<i>Co-authored with Dr. Daphna Joel of Tel Aviv University</i><p>In their recent comment in <i>Nature</i> (reviewed in <i>The New York Times</i> on May 14, 2014), Janine A. Clayton and Francis S. Collins call for a revolution in the fields of animal and cell research (preclinical research), which have mainly studied males …

Researchers Promise New Genetic Test for Alcoholism for Which They Found No Scientific Evidence

In a public release, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) reported:<p>A group of 11 genes can successfully predict whether an individual is at increased risk of alcoholism, a research team from the United States and Germany reported Tuesday."This powerful panel of just 11 …

Why We Feel Others' Pain -- or Don't

When the Nigerian terrorist group Boko Haram kidnapped nearly 300 teenage girls from a schoolhouse last month, the world responded with an outpouring of undiluted emotion -- shock, outrage, fear, and most of all deep sympathy for the victims and their families. It was impossible not to feel the …

The Days of Our Lives, One Day at a Time

Anyone who has spent any time around the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous has heard the phrase "stinkin' thinkin.'" This folksy expression refers to certain attitudes and thought patterns -- blaming, self-pity, negativity in general -- that threaten the recovering alcoholic's emotional sobriety and …

Brain Implants To Cure Mental Disorders May Soon Be A Thing

A Pentagon agency has earmarked tens of millions of dollars for research into brain implants that could help fight mental disorders.<p>The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is launching the five-year program in the hope that it will find a new way to help military personnel with …

5 Grossly Inappropriate Jokes Hidden in Children's Cartoons

Cartoon writers have the unenviable task of creating something a toddler will love, without it making mom or the babysitter want to blow their own …

6 Ways You're About to Get Screwed by the Job Market

Hey, grads! The world is about to fucking crash in on you.<p>I'm not trying to scare you or discourage you; I like adult life way more than college, and …

5 Shockingly Unexpected Cures for Common Health Problems

There are two ways to cure an ailment: go to the doctor and suck up whatever treatment they prescribe you, or let your friendly neighborhood shaman …

The 94 Most Badass Soldiers Who Ever Lived

War! You know what it <i>is</i> good for? Stories of unfathomable badassery, that's what. Over the years, we at Cracked have gathered a formidable collection …

5 Things They Don't Tell You When You Leave the Army

Leaving the military can be a scary thing, even if it's by choice and you have future plans. I bet John Rambo had plans, and just look how things …