Randy Bessent

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Advanced Weight Lifting Routine

Advanced Weight Training Routine<p>DESCRIPTION<p>This routine is an advanced body workout that uses 5 to 8 sets per body part.<p><b>How To Build Muscle and Burn</b> …

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Quick Style Ideas For the Guy on the Go

15 bite-sized tips that will help you sharpen your style for 2015<p>It's only day two of the new year, and unlike most people—who are still lounging around the house in their pajamas—you've already seized upon the new year. You're looking to make changes, <i>big</i> changes, so that 2015 is truly a year to …

Three ways to learn Android programming in 2015

Now that the new year is firmly off and running, what about you? Are you just plodding along, or did you come up with a resolution for the new year? …

Fix the iPhone’s most common problems in 60 seconds

Our iPhones are trusty sidekicks helping us save the day with every task we perform with them, but sometimes they meet their weaknesses. While our devices can’t be perfect all the time, periodically home buttons become unresponsive and other common errors can occur with them.<p>In today’s video, take …

APOD: A Luminous Night (2014 Aug 09) Image Credit & Copyright: Phil Hart http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap140809.html Explanation: What shines in the world at night? Just visible to the eye, a rare electric blue glow spread along the shores of Victoria Lake on January 16, 2013. Against reflections of a light near the horizon, this digitally stacked long exposure recorded the bioluminescence of noctiluca scintillans, plankton stimulated by the lapping waves. Above, the night skies of the Gippsland Lakes region, Victoria, Australia shine with a fainter greenish airglow. Oxygen atoms in the upper atmosphere, initially excited by ultraviolet sunlight, produce the more widely seen fading atmospheric chemiluminescence. Washed out by the Earth's rotation, the faint band of the southern summer Milky Way stretches from the horizon as star trails circle the South Celestial Pole. http://philhart.com/blogs/phil Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=140809 #APOD

Disney Conquers Physics, Uses 3D Printing To Create Impossible Spinning Tops

Have you ever been sitting around bored and found yourself trying to get some random household object — a battery, a pen, whatever — to spin around like a top?<p>Disney has taken that idea to a pretty grand extreme. Combining the power of 3D printing and some damned clever physics work, they’ve worked …

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Airguns for Survival: AirForce Escape Pellet Guns

You awoke this morning to the sound of a truck backing into the side of your house, which is odd, because your house is under construction and …

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Millions Of Spiders Fleeing Floods Embellish Land With Spectacular Webs

Millions of spiders fleeing flooded farmland in Hikurangi, New Zealand, have swarmed a 75 meter stretch of Jordan Valley Road, decorating the ground …

Vine

What Was This Bizarre Sea Creature Caught On An Oil Rig Camera?

With only about 5% of our oceans explored, it is fairly safe to say that there’s a great deal in there that we just don’t know about. In April 2012, …

Digestion

GM Mosquitos Could Eradicate Wild Populations By Only Producing Male Offspring

Over 200 million people are infected by malaria each year, and the majority of the 627,000 deaths per year are children younger than five. The …

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Time lapse of molting giant spider crab

Crustaceans have hard exoskeletons which protect them from predators. As they grow, the exoskeleton can become too tight. To get rid of the …

Exoskeletons

Early Exposure To Pets, Dirt Germs Are Good For Babies

Babies who are exposed to animal dander, roach allergens, and household germs during their first year appear to have lower allergy and asthma risk, a …

Not all fitness bands are equally accurate

Fitness bands make it easy for people with weight loss or other health goals to track their physical activity and calories burned.<p>A new study finds …

Fitness Technology

First Vine from space

The first-ever Vine from space condenses the ISS’s 92-minute lap around the Earth into six seconds.<p>Eleanor Imster has helped write and edit EarthSky …

Archaeologists discover 4,000-year-old tomb from 11th dynasty in Luxor

Spanish archaeologists have discovered a 4,000-year-old pharaonic tomb belonging to a leader from the 11th dynasty of Egypt in Luxor, the antiquities ministry said on Monday.<p>The wide surface of the tomb showed it was that of "someone from the royal family or a high-ranking statesman," the …

Bad sleep 'dramatically' alters body

<b>A run of poor sleep can have a potentially profound effect on the internal workings of the human body, say UK researchers.</b><p>The activity of hundreds of genes was altered when people's sleep was cut to less than six hours a day for a week.<p>Writing in the journal PNAS, the researchers said the results …

Scientists Have Figured Out How to Regenerate Teeth With Lasers.

<i>This post originally appeared on</i> Business Insider.<p>Using lasers to regenerate and grow body parts sounds like science fiction, but researchers have …

If You Think Humans Have Chimps Beat, This Study Will Have You Rethinking Your Theory

There's a lot of bad stuff in the world for sure. But let's all take a minute to consider just how lucky we are that chimps don't look particularly good in business attire. If they did, we might be working for them.<p>Chimps are way stronger than we are, of course, and studies have shown that their …

NASA successfully uses laser to transfer video from the space station to Earth

An experiment on the International Space Station has successfully beamed high definition video back to Earth with a laser–a feat that could someday …

Beats Expands 'iBeats' Trademark to Cover Digital Music Downloads, Streaming Music

Beats has had a trademark on the term "iBeats" for several years, and has produced iBeats in-ear headphones in collaboration with Monster, but recently, the company filed a new application to expand the iBeats trademark to include new music-related uses.<p>Initially covering only audio video equipment …

From Utah Beach to Kabul: How Army gear changed since D-Day

At a distance, the two soldiers look pretty much the same. But up close, the parallels fall away as what was new and cutting edge in 1944 looks almost impossibly simple by comparison in 2014.<p>Today is June 6, the 70th anniversary of D-Day, perhaps the most important day in the history of American …

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