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8 Best Trekking Trips Around The World

These trekking trips are not for the faint-hearted nor for the narrow-minded. A great trail is bound to make you look at more than the map and these …

Hiking

The Dalton Highway: America's loneliest road – in pictures

Built as a supply route for the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, the Dalton Highway is one of America’s northernmost roads, and only opened for public use in 1981

Roads

The Kalalau Trail Is Hands Down The Most Incredible Hike In America

An epic adventure awaits.<p>If you're looking for the most epic hike in America, get ready to pack your bags and head far, far west.<p>The Kalalau Trail on the Hawaiian island of Kauai weaves through one of the world's most famous natural wonders, the Na Pali coast. With 180-degrees of the electric blue …

Korean Nachos Recipe

This Korean spin on nachos features <i>bulgogi</i>-style steak, caramelized kimchi, <i>gochujang</i>-spiked cheese sauce, and lime sour cream, all of it served on top of fried wonton chips.<p>Why It Works<p>Pear acts as a tenderizer in the marinade.<br>• Sautéing the kimchi deepens its flavor and sweetness.<p><b>Read more:</b> …

Recipes

Forget HDR Software! Start Creating Natural, Clean HDRs With Digital Blending

A few years ago I ran an HDR photography magazine. I regularly tone mapped my images for years, using just about every HDR program out there. Yet, …

Photography Contests You Must Enter in 2015

Whether you are an amateur or a professional, participating in photography contests is a great chance to gain both popularity and valuable …

Energy from dry ice could power human colonies on Mars

A mission to Mars has captured the public's imagination and the possibility of making that second small step has never seemed so close. Current NASA …

Israeli Researcher Challenges Jewish DNA links to Israel, Calls Those Who Disagree 'Nazi Sympathizers'

<b>The Genetic Literacy Project reports that the ongoing conflict between Israel and its neighbors over the origins of the “Jewish people” has surfaced again as an issue of great controversy—with science in the crosshairs.</b><p>It’s particularly troublesome when a scientist—in this case, an Israeli …

The Science of 'Interstellar' Explained (Infographic)

<b>Warning: SPOILER ALERT!</b> This infographic contains details about the new space film "Interstellar."<p>The film "Interstellar" relies on real science for …

Top 10: Things to Do in Canada’s National Parks

Travel<p>Canada is chock-full of national parks, marine reserves, and other protected places. Here are our picks for the top ten don't-miss spots.<p>Spot Polar Bears in Wapusk<p>This Manitoba park’s name means “white bear” in the Cree language, and for good reason—the remote realm on the shores of Hudson …

National Parks

Life on Mars was ‘destroyed by nuclear attack’, says physicist – and we could be next

A respected physicist and author, John Brandenberg, has claimed that intelligent life once flourished on Mars – but was annihilated by a nuclear …

How to Beat a Food Coma

Bookmark this for the next time you're nodding off after lunch.<p>It happens to the best of us: You're sitting at your desk, plodding away at work, when about an hour or an hour and a half after lunch, you suddenly feel wiped. Welcome to your food coma. If you're not careful, this can be a near-daily …

Wait, So Certain Foods Can Make You Smarter?

Hold off on cramming fish down your high-school junior's throat every night till the SATs. Everyone's claiming they've got brain foods for you these days, but what does science have to say about what'll actually feed your noggin, and what's just bunk?<p>Remember when a “complete breakfast” consisted …

41 Facts About New York City That Will Blow Your Mind

High Line Park was once called "Death Avenue."<p>1. Doyers Street in Chinatown has a rare 90-degree curve called the "bloody angle" which was once home to the most murders per square foot in New York City.<p>2. The "Seaman-Drake arch" is a large marble arch that sits at Broadway and 215th Street. It …