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Afghanistan: The Making of a Narco State

After 13 years of war, we haven't defeated the Taliban, but we have managed to create a nation ruled by drug lords<p>Helmand Province in southern …


Deepak Chopra's 4-Step Mindful Practice to Enrich Your Life

217<p>SHARES<p>A pioneer in the field of mind-body medicine and author of dozens of best-selling books on Eastern philosophy and personal transformation, …


Is Yoga a Religion?

699<p>SHARES<p>With all the buzz around recent court cases on yoga in schools, we asked experts and readers to weigh in on the ongoing debate:<p>Is Yoga a …

Drug-resistant superbug found in 1915 soldier killed by dysentery | Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - Scientists who unlocked the genetic code of bacteria grown from a soldier who died of dysentery in World War I say it revealed a superbug already resistant to penicillin and other antibiotics decades before they were in common use.<p>The discovery sheds light on the history of …





Classical Music 333 - appPicker

This is an application that help you to listen the representative compositions from 50 great classical music composers.<br>(Because the audio files for …

5 Ways to Build a Stronger Inner Balance

0<p>SHARES<p>Being empathic requires inner strength. To develop yours, try these techniques recommended by Fairfax, California, yoga teacher and author …


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NASA testing shape-shifting wings that make planes more efficient

The first airplane ever flown, the Wright Flyer, used "wing-warping," in which pulleys twisted the trailing edge of the airfoil for roll control. Ironically, NASA is now revisiting that tech in a way by flight-testing the FlexFoil, a system that replaces a plane's mechanical flaps with a …

Look Away: Obama and Putin Too Busy to Address Issues

Putting a bright face on the future of U.S. ties to China, President Barack Obama announced Monday that the two countries would start granting visas to each other's citizens valid for up to a decade. Yet thorny issues like human rights and trade lurked just under the surface, reflecting the tough …


Bison Mummy Found Frozen In Siberia Dates Back 9,000 Years

Researchers are expressing astonishment over the mummified remains of an extinct bison discovered recently in eastern Siberia, and no wonder: the 9,300-year-old mummy has been so well preserved by the region's cold weather that its brain, heart, blood vessels, digestive system and even its fur are …

Vladimir Putin’s Eurasian Economic Union gets ready to take on the world

Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus at heart of post-Soviet trading bloc that aspires to commerce but not community<p>Until the last moment Alexander Lukashenko, the president of Belarus, held out for 7 October, to coincide with Vladimir Putin’s birthday. But in the end the parliament in Minsk ratified the …

A Brief History Of Stephen Hawking

A new film tells the story of how the great scientist transformed the field of cosmology while fighting a degenerative disease.<p>Stephen Hawking is one of the greatest scientists ever--comparable to Darwin, Einstein, and Newton. Yet few people know the story of his life. In a new biopic, <i>The Theory of</i> …


Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey). The village of Phortse (2,800m), in the #Khumbu region of #Nepal is home to more Everest summiters than any other place in the world. Around 60 Sherpas from this village have summited Everest and nearly every home makes its living because of the climbing industry. Behind Phortse is #AmaDablam (illuminated by moonlight), one of the most beautiful peaks in the region.

Former Soldier Turned Zen Monk Teaches Vets to Use Mindfulness as Body Armor

<i>You have to change. If you don't change, you're going to die.</i><p>That is the chilling realization that prompted Gulf War Veteran Michael Nguyen to turn to mindfulness practice to save his life when PTSD was running it into the ground.<p>Although he was back home in the United States, when he went to sleep …

How It Works: An Amphibious Vehicle That Can Carry Three Tanks

No coastline will be safe from this beach-storming behemoth.<p>When U.S. Marines landed at Inchon during the Korean War, they had to abandon their amphibious vehicles and cross tidal mud flats on foot. Today, the Navy uses the more versatile Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC) to move troops and supplies …

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The 60-Year History of the B-52 Stratofortress

When General Nathan Twining, chief of staff of the U.S. Air Force from 1953 to 1957, called the Boeing B-52 “the long rifle of the air age” shortly …

Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey) my last photo from my #Svaneti assignment, which you can see in the current issue of @natgeo magazine. In this image #Ushguli and Mt Shkhara are lit up by the setting sun. The amazing defensive towers ranging from the 9th-13th centuries helped make this place a UNESCO World heritage site. #Sakartvelo. Many more photos from this region at @argonautphoto

Coade Stone Foord Bowes monument, Beverley #architecture #instagram

A rainy night in Ghent, Belgium

Don't Stare! How to Safely Watch Today's Partial Solar Eclipse: During the late afternoon today, a partial solar eclipse will be visible from much of North America before sundown. Partial eclipses occur when the moon blocks part of the sun from view. However, it is NEVER safe to look at the sun with the naked eye. A partial solar eclipse occurs when the moon obscures only part of the sun from Earth's view. Image Credit: T. Ruen #eclipse #solareclipse #nasa #sun #moon #science