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This New (Complicated) Underwear Trend Is Becoming a Thing

When it comes to lingerie, we’ve shared our fair deal of insights. From the three trends you can buy on Amazon for less than $20 and the trend that …

6 Mouth-Watering Cheeseburger Recipes You Can't Swiss Out On

Swiss, blue cheese, Monterey Jack— it all tastes so much better when melted over a giant, juicy burger cooked on your very own home grill.<p>In honor of …

Dog Dressed Up as Giant Mutant Spider Makes Unsuspecting Victims Flee in Terror

What would you do if you saw a giant, mutant spider-creature running straight towards you? As shown in the hilarious viral video “Mutant Giant Spider Dog,” most people flee in absolute terror. No need to panic, however; the onslaught of enormous, mutant spiders is not yet upon us. As revealed by …

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5 Awesome "Graffitrees": Graffiti with Actual Trees

Afro Taino by Gabriel Abreu in San Cristobal, Dominican Republic<p>Great graffiti happens when the artists don't get stumped. Instead, they go out on a …

Huge Alien Object Spotted on Moon via NASA Imaging? (+Photos)

Google Moon shows what appears to be a massive alien spacecraft on the moon. It is L-shaped with what appears to be seven lights dotting its edge. …

The 25 Worst No. 1 Pop Songs

Last year, we rounded up the worst rock songs to ever hit No. 1 on <i>Billboard</i>‘s ever-changing list that tipped off as Top Tracks, evolved into Top Rock …

Models’ Faces Turned Into Stunning Optical Illusions By Creative Russian Duo

Moscow-based photographer Alexander Khokhlov and makeup artist Valeriya Kutsan have created a bewitching series of portraits that play with the …

UFO Sightings in California on New Year's Eve

UFO sightings happened in California on New Year’s Eve, with multiple residents reporting seeing flying objects with bright lights.<p>Terry and Jans …

Nat Geo Travel Staff’s 2014 Bucket List

TravelIntelligent Travel<p>The staff at National Geographic Travel is continually criss-crossing the globe to uncover the best and the brightest places, but we have travel wish lists just like everyone else.<p><b>Here’s where we want to go in 2014 and why:</b><p><b>> Iceland and Greenland</b><p>“I have a strange love for …

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This Ferrari FXX Evoluzione demolishing Spa is better than coffee

Because sometimes an Enzo at Monza just isn't enough.<p>No argument: We adore the Ferrari FXX. It's the pinnacle of Maranello madness, the glorious answer to a question nobody was asking. (That question, of course, is, "Should we build a car that's faster than an Enzo?") The FXX is so hardcore that …

Lamborghini Veneno Roadster

Country of Origin: Italy<br>Engine: 750-hp, 6.5-liter, 12-cylinder<br>0-62 mph: 2.9 seconds<br>Starting price: $4.5 million<br>Lamborghini says it plans to build only nine copies of the Lamborghini Veneno Roadster in 2014. Among many other innovations its lightweight body design makes extensive use of carbon …

The 8 Greatest GIFs Of BigDog In Action

Our favorite shambling robotic pack mule has come a long way over the years.<p>The BigDog family of robots, developed by Boston Dynamics, has come a long way since it was first created in 2005. To celebrate some of the headless robot's coolest technological achievements, I made these eight GIFs. Enjoy.<p>…

Artist Paints The Human Body In Ways You Cannot Imagine

This is the talented Alexa Meade, a painter who creates extraordinary paintings by using the human body as her primary canvas.<p>Her work is almost …

Alcohol without the hangover? It's closer than you think | David Nutt

Science now allows us to develop a safer way to get drunk. But before we can sober up in minutes, the drinks industry needs to embrace this healthier approach<p>Imagine enjoying a seasonal drink at a Christmas party without the risk of a hangover the next day, or being able then to take an antidote …

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Stephen Hawking: physics would be 'more interesting' if Higgs boson hadn't been found

Physics would have been "far more interesting" if scientists had been unable to find the Higgs boson at the Large Hadron Collider in Cern, according to Stephen Hawking.<p>The cosmologist was speaking at an event to mark the launch of a new exhibit about the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the Science …

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Typhoon Haiyan: is it the biggest storm ever?

<b>What is the difference between a hurricane and a typhoon?</b><p>The name: in the Atlantic and the eastern Pacific Ocean, they are hurricanes. In the north-western Pacific Ocean they are known as typhoons.<p><b>How big is Haiyan (known locally as Yolanda)</b><p>Bigger than hurricane Camille, which hit the US in 1969, …

Typhoon Haiyan rolls into Philippines – in pictures

Storm billed as biggest ever to make landfall sends 195mph winds and five-metre waves slamming into islands. Haiyan is believed to be stronger than the world's previous strongest tropical cyclone, hurricane Camille, which was recorded in the US at 190mph in 1969

Super Typhoon Haiyan: The Most Powerful Cyclone in History?

Columbus Day: Biggest Misconceptions and Exploring the Era of First Contact

Wildlife<p>Famed painter and illustrator N.C. Wyeth created a series of murals in 1927 for National Geographic headquarters in Washington, D.C., including this one showing the ships of Christopher Columbus’s voyage of discovery. (Photo courtesy NGS)<p>Christopher Columbus’s landfall in the Western …

This Might Be the Most Beautiful Castle in the World

After spending time in Scotland earlier this fall, I think I've found the most beautiful castle in the world.<p>I'm never one to turn down a castle visit. From England's Windsor Castle to Namhansanseong in South Korea, if a travel destination has a royal residence -- currently inhabited or long …

Downton Abbey

Decades later, Hitler's deadly regime still haunts modern-day science

Over the course of the Hitler regime in Germany, an estimated 6 million people were killed in concentration camps. Another 12,00 to 16,000 civilians were executed. And the dreadful fate of some of those bodies might surprise you: thousands of them were distributed to scientists for various research …

From one collapsing star, two black holes form and fuse

“Nobody has ever predicted that a single collapsing star could produce a pair of black holes that then merge.” – Christian Reisswig<p>Black …

Einstein's Real Breakthrough? Quantum Theory

In <i>Einstein and the Quantum: The Quest of the Valiant Swabian</i>, theoretical physicist A. Douglas Stone writes that whereas Einstein is best known for his theory of relativity, his truly revolutionary idea was the development of quantum theory — an idea that escaped many of the age's most brilliant …

570kg Chelyabinsk meteorite chunk pulled from Lake Chebarkul in Russia's Ural mountains - video

At its most intense, meteor fireball glowed 30 times brighter than the sun causing skin and retinal burns, say researchers<p>Published: 7 Nov 2013<p>Astronomers capture the moment a Meteorite hits the moon on 11 September 2013<p>0:17<p>Published: 24 Feb 2014<p>Rock travelling at 61,000 km/h punched a crater 40 …

What We Now Know About The Chelyabinsk Meteor

A set of newly released papers reconstruct the fireball's impact.<p>Months after a 62-foot-wide fireball streaked through the morning sky over Chelyabinsk, Russia, scientists are starting to get a handle on the rock's composition, trajectory and impact. Three papers released this week, two in <i>Nature</i> …

National Geographic: Then and Now – in pictures

National Geographic magazine has been at the forefront of photojournalism since it first began publishing photographs in 1890. An exhibition at Beetles + Huxley showcases over 100 vintage and contemporary prints from 26 September to 19 October 2013. Here are some of them