Asher Meir points to this hilarious post by Alexey Guzey entitled, Matthew Walkers Why We Sleep Is Riddled with Scientific and Factual Errors. Just to start with, the post has a wonderful descriptive title. And the laffs start right away: Positively Naboko Read more at Columbia.edu18:40:33 UTC
! ! Flag-draped caskets carrying the remains of U.S. service members arrive in Hawaii on 17 June 2011. PHOTO: U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO/SENIOR AIRMAN LAUREN MAIN Since the U.S. military engagement in Iraq and Afghanistan bega Read more at Sciencemag.org17:07:51 UTC
Many would consider sneakers collectible items, like baseball cards or comic books. Sneakers can become particularly valuable in the case of limited edition models or special collaborations, but the rarest of the rare are sneakers that are tied with particula Read more at Highsnobiety.com13:40:00 UTC
Animal abuse isnt illegal at the federal level. The PACT act looks to change that.
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A state of emergency in Samoa, the first global map of Titan and how to use less plastic in the lab.
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An ability to read and write, even with little or no schooling, could offer protection -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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The complex history of humanity's exploration helped forge our urge to head out to space, argues a new book.
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The adults who spend their time discussing the pros and cons of hobbits vs. elves and the ones who ponder if theyd succeed better as a part of House Lannister or House Martell are the ones who likely started their lives gobbling up some geeky chapter books. Read more at Lifehacker.com.au15:55:36 UTC
It's Monday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark's Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark's Daily Apple community please contact me here. I'll continue t Read more at Marksdailyapple.com
Last month, The Ringers pop culture completist podcast returned from hiatus with a renewed vigor. Having thoroughly celebrated and analyzed all of HBOs Game Of Thrones and the Harry Potter series of books and movies, hosts Mal and Jason turn their attention Read more at Avclub.com17:09:38 UTC
Writer Mandy Lee, whom you might know from her blog, Lady & Pups, is one of our favorite recipe developers and storytellers. In her debut cookbook, The Art of Escapism Cooking: A Survival Story, with Intensely Good Flavors, Mandy shares about her journey movi Read more at Food52.com11:32:21 UTC
You know when you get a great book but the cover is marred by a terrible sticker? So you peel off the sticker, but it either refuses to budge, or leaves a terrible, sticky residue? Or, worst of all: T Read more at Bookriot.com23:42:00 UTC
Hollywood loves its space movies, but how well do they nail the actual science? NASA astronaut Garrett Reisman, former director of space operations at SpaceX, rates 10 iconic scenes from space movies based on how realistic they are. See how the facts in your Read more at Insider.com05:00:00 UTC
Old books give off a complex mlange of odors, ranging from pleasant (almonds, caramel and chocolate) to nasty (formaldehyde, old clothes and trash). Detecting early signs of paper degradation could help guide preservation efforts, but most techniques destroy Read more at Eurekalert.org
Apart from her groundbreaking work on the origin of elements, Burbidge is interested in galaxies, extremely distant and luminous cosmic objects and more. Read more at Space.com14:16:18 UTC
People typically buy these kinds of books to learn a formula for getting everything they want out of life. What they miss is that steps, tricks, and tools are the smallest part of personal improvement. Read more at Forbes.com09:00:53 UTC
The abundance of conditions supposedly caused by psychosocial stress is enough to raise alarm bells in a critical, scientific enquirer. The post Bad thoughts cant make you sick, thats just magical thinking appeared first on The Good Men Project. Read more at Goodmenproject.com17:46:12 UTC
Jack Miles, in Religion as We Know It, and Melvin Konner, in Believers, both turn to history to understand the nature of belief.
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Its that time of year! Has your opinion about e-books changed? Are you still paper or die? Lets get these bad boy caveats out of the way: Yes, I understand this isnt a scientific poll Yes, its further unscientific-like to compare between years when my blo Read more at Nathanbransford.com
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