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Take A Look Inside The Abandoned Buzludzha Monument In Bulgaria

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Watch more videos of abandoned places worldwide on "Exploring the Unbeaten Path.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC73d...There's an abandoned monument in Bulgaria filled with communist propaganda. Construction cost the equivalent of $35 million today. Earlier this year, a group of adventurers visited the monument and documented their experience on YouTube at "Exploring the Unbeaten Path." Welcome to Buzludzha Monument — a historical monument built for the Bulgarian Communist Party. It was finished in 1981 after 8 years of construction, made out 70,000 tons of concrete and 3... Read More
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These Are The Early Signs That You’re Dating a Narcissist

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Dr. Craig Malkin, a clinical psychologist and the author of "Rethinking Narcissism" reveals the common traits of narcissists when dating. Following is a transcript of the video.Craig Malkin: Hi, I'm Dr. Craig Malkin. I'm a clinical psychologist, author, and lecturer for Harvard Medical School.Some early warning signs that you're with a narcissist when you're dating someone that you really want to pay attention to all come down to one thing: All narcissists hate depending on others in mutually caring and emotional ways.When they're feeling sad, scared, lonely — any of those vulnerable feelings, they go out of their way to avoid acknowledging it, recognizing it, being open about it. An... Read More
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Meet Scott Rogowsky — The Host Of HQ Trivia

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A popular new mobile game show called HQ Trivia is shutting down offices and classrooms, and creating quite a buzz in the mobile gaming world with its innovative format. The game is simple: you tune in at a specific time and try to answer 12 questions to win a real cash prize.It was started by one of the founders of the popular video app, Vine, and the host is a stand-up comedian named Scott Rogowsky. We spoke with Scott to find out some more about his background and get his thoughts on the rapid success of the game. Read more: ... Read More
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Watch SpaceX Launch A Used Spacecraft With A Used Rocket For The First Time

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SpaceX just passed a huge milestone. The company launched a used spacecraft with a used rocket for the first time ever. Following is the transcript of the video.The company launched 2 pre-flown rocket parts together for the first time. A used Dragon spacecraft riding on top of a used Falcon 9 rocket.The used Dragon spacecraft is on its way to the International Space Station. It's carrying 4,800 pounds of supplies for astronauts.After launch, the first stage of the rocket charted a course back to Earth. Welcome home!Read more: ... Read More
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Here’s Why You Should Stop Using Toothpicks

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The toothpick is the oldest dental cleaning tool around. Fossils of 7,500-year-old teeth indicate that humans were using wooden sticks to clean their teeth well before the advent of toothbrushes. But today, there are better, safer options for removing pesky plaque and bacteria. Dentist and spokesperson with the American Dental Association Dr. Sally Cram explains why toothpicks may not be the best option. Following is a transcript of the video.Sally Cram: The best analogy I give patients is, "Would you take a stick and poke it into your arm?" You wouldn't right? So why would you poke a stick into your gum? Toothpicks are okay for pushing out big chunks of food between your teeth. But in general, they... Read More
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The First-Ever-Observed Interstellar Object Will Be Studied For Extraterrestrial Life

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Earlier this year, astronomers discovered what they think could be the first-ever-observed interstellar object. Chances are that it's an asteroid from another star system. But the unusual looking object has caught the attention of experts at Breakthrough Initiatives, which is on a mission to discover the first extraterrestrial intelligence beyond Earth. Experts are now using the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope to take a closer look. Following is a transcript of the video.Breakthrough Initiatives is searching for intelligent life beyond Earth. The $100 million mission now has an unusual object in its sights. The object is called Oumuamua. Its thin, sleek shape is unlike anything ever seen befo... Read More
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What Hanson Is Up To Today

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Isaac, Taylor and Zac first started performing together as a band back in 1992. Five years later they were household names with their hit single "MMMBop." The three brothers have been recording songs and touring the world ever since, and they've also started their own record label and beer company. We chatted with Hanson about their current tour, how they got into the beer business, and what's next for the trio. Following is a transcript of the video.Zac: Hi. I'm Zac. That's Taylor. This is Isaac. We all have the same last name. It's Hanson.We are a band called Hanson.Taylor: We've been playing music for 25 years, and somehow we have not killed each other yet.Zac: Yes.Which is re... Read More
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Steve Jobs Never Let His Kids Use An iPad

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New York University professor Adam Alter, author of "Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked," explains why Steve Jobs never let his kids use an iPad. Following is a transcript of the video. Steve Jobs in 2010 was on the stage at the Apple event releasing the iPad and he described it as a wonderful device that brought you educational tools. It allowed you to surf the web, it allowed you to watch videos, it allowed you to interact with other people. And he basically said it’s the best way to do all those things.Two years later when he was asked “Your kids must love the iPad?” He said “Actually we don’t allow the iPad in the home. We think ... Read More
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Watch Blue Origin Rocket Launch of Crew Capsule 2.0

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On December 12, Jeff Bezos' rocket company Blue Origin launched a rocket test out of its base in West Texas. The launch included its Crew Capsule 2.0, which Blue Origin has adorned with giant windows for viewing. Following is a transcript of the video.This is Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket. Blue Origin launched the rocket out of West Texas. This is the first time the company has launched this capsule.On top of the rocket is Crew Capsule 2.0 with giant windows. There was a crash test dummy in this flight. The rocket touched down on a landing site. The capsule used parachutes to land in the desert.The flight peaked 61 miles above Earth. Blue Origin plans to launch tourists to space... Read More
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This Device Instantly Calms Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease

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This device can instantly calm symptoms from Parkinson's disease. It's on. How does it feel? Feels great. It's called Deep Brain Stimulation therapy. A surgically implanted device delivers electrical stimulation to the brain. It targets specific areas in the brain to help patients regain control of their bodies. Parkinson's patients can suffer from tremors and slowed body movement. Although it's not a cure for Parkinson's, the therapy is designed to improve quality of life. "It is truly remarkable to be able to literally 'flip a switch'..." "Many patients are brought to tears when the device is turned on." - Dr. Gerald J. Calegan, neurologist and movement disorder sp... Read More
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This Massive Wave Tank Helps Study Tsunamis

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These giant man-made waves help scientists understand tsunamis. It holds more than 9 million liters of water and makes waves 15 feet high. This tank shows what computer simulations can't. This is how scientists study tsunamis. The Delta Flume is a massive wave tank in the Netherlands. It can make waves 15 feet high. It holds more than nine million liters of water. But how does it help with tsunami research? A huge wave board pushes the water at one end. It pushes with enough force to show aside five brick houses. Computer models can't show everything that physical waves can. The research will help develop solutions to complex climate challenges. Read more: ... Read More
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Incredible NASA Simulated Flight Through Jupiter’s Great Red Spot

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The most famous storm in the solar system is also one of the largest: Jupiter's Great Red Spot. The storm is just a blemish on Jupiter, but if you compare it to the size of Earth — this storm could swallow our entire planet whole. In July, NASA Juno spacecraft flew over the spot and NASA then used that data to produce a simulated flight through the Great Red Spot. Following is a transcript of the video. NASA's Juno spacecraft is orbiting Jupiter. Recently, it flew over Jupiter's famous Great Red Spot. The Great Red Spot is a giant storm 1.3X the size of Earth that's been raging for hundreds of years. As Juno flew over the swirling vortex, it measured the storm's temperature and depth.NASA ... Read More
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This Is ‘Oriental Science Fiction Valley,’ China’s Virtual Reality Theme Park

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Oriental Science Fiction Valley Theme Park is a massive virtual reality theme park coming to one of China's poorest areas. The creators hope the economy will greatly benefit from this new attraction. However, some residents are worried about the consequences this major construction could bring. This is Oriental Science Fiction Valley. It will be China's first virtual reality theme park. Located outside Guiyang, the capital of one of China's poorest provinces.The park is decorated with giant robots and futuristic castles. It'll have 35 different VR attractions, including virtual roller coasters and a futuristic space battle. There are also experiential tours. Visitors will be able to bungee jump... Read More
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This Robotic Chef Does All The Cooking For You

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Behold, the first robotic kitchen. Moley Robotics created a robot chef concept who does the cooking for you. The company says robotic hands work just as fast as a chef. But how can a robot compare to a chef? It imitates a chef's exact motions and a 3-D recipe recording helps cooking pros share recipes. The robotic hands replicate each motion, nuance and flourish. It's almost like having a live chef in your home. The kitchen will include robotic arms, an oven, and a touchscreen unit. You can operate the whole thing with your smartphone. The best part? It cleans up after itself. The robotic kitchen comes out in 2018.Read more: ... Read More
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NASA Satellites Captured The Formation of Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai

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Hawaii isn't the only series of islands formed from underwater volcanic eruptions. In 2014, a massive eruption formed the new island of Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai. But there's something about this island that has scientists stumped. Watch a brand new island form. You're watching the evolution of a brand new island. Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai formed in 2014 after an underwater volcanic eruption breached the surface. Nearby tourists filmed the huge explosion. Flights had to be diverted around it. When the smoke cleared, a small island was visible. It's located about 400 miles southeast of Fiji in the Pacific. It's only about a mile long. It was expected to wash away after a few months. Now... Read More
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Tape Measure Tips And Tricks

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The basic purpose of a tape measure is obvious, but it can be hard to get a precise measurement if it isn't used properly. How to read a tape measure — and five surprising hacks. First, let's focus on the numbers. These numbers are inches. In-between each inch are various black dashes. Each gap is 1/16th of an inch. The long middle dash indicates half an inch. But there's much more to a tape measure than just the inches. Don't worry if your tape measure hook moves, it's designed to be loose. It goes in if you push it against something and comes out if hooked, like on a piece of wood.. The movement accounts for the hook's 1/16" thickness. The hole in the hook isn't for decoration. It's designed to latch ont... Read More
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Estonian Inventor Creates Huge Mural With Robotic Spray Painter

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How do you make a 100-foot-tall mural? Create a spray painting robot like Estonian inventor Mihkel Joala. He tested out his printer on a chimney in Estonia and the printer can now produce 5 different colors. It dangles against the wall with a wire and a motor pulls it up and down against the chimney. Meanwhile, a computer automates the spraying. Colored dots and dashes are sprayed onto the surface. Joala created the image of a girl holding a tree with this message: We need more plants and less chimneys. This mural took 14 hours to finish, 30 cans of spray paint and 1.5 million dots of paint. Next, he plans to break the world record for the largest mural.Read more: ... Read More
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Here’s What Bitcoin Futures Could Mean For The Price Of Bitcoin

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Grey Dwyer, BitMEX head of business development, talks with Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein about how futures contracts are going to impact the bitcoin community. Following is a transcript of the video. Greg Dwyer: I'm Greg Dwyer. I'm the head of business development at BitMEX, Bitcoin Mercantile Exchange. I'm here to talk to you about how bitcoin futures contracts are going to impact a bitcoin community.Sara Silverstein: Explain to me how all of this institutional money coming in to the futures market — which is not the same as it going into the bitcoin market — how is that going to impact bitcoin?Dwyer: Bitcoin now trades, pretty much, on unregulated markets. The... Read More
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These Robots Could Be Coming To An Airport Near You

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Can't find your connecting flight? These robots could help. LG designed "Wall-E"-type robots to make air travel easier. The Airport Guide Robot is designed to interact with travelers and can understand Korean, English, Japanese, and Chinese. Its large curved screen displays flight information, scans boarding passes and gives directions to your gate. But this robot's shorter brother could be an even bigger help. The Airport Cleaning Robot is an oversized Roomba that patrols the airport and collects garbage on the floor. The robot knows the areas most likely to be dirty, so, it would be monitoring the bathroom pretty frequently. These robots can be found in the Incheon International Airport. Read more: ... Read More
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Smartglass Can Fade From Translucent To Opaque In A Second

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This smartglass goes from invisible to opaque in seconds. ESG Switchable is electrified privacy glass and can become opaque when you flip a switch. This is also known as switch glass or electrochromic glass. What's really happening when you switch the glass? The smartglass has a liquid crystal film between two panels and is transparent when the film is connected to electricity. When a switch is flipped, the connection breaks. The disordered liquid crystals make the glass opaque and this fractures incoming lights. ESG Switchable is available in a variety of colors. Getting some privacy is no longer a pain in the glass.Read more: ... Read More
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These Swimming Drones Can Find Underwater Mines

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This concept drone is making a splash. Rutgers is behind the Naviator. It can manage just fine in the air, but it really shines once it dives below the water. The Naviator uses its propellers to move underwater. The drone also has no problem resurfacing. The work was funded by the Office of Naval Research. Similar technology could one day help the US Navy and could be used for amphibious missions. Those missions can include bridge inpections and oil spill monitoring. For now, the Naviator has to be tethered by a wire because the radio signal control can't penetrate the water. This can be solved with future technology.Read more: ... Read More
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How to Get Over Phobias

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People can be afraid of a lot of things, but one phobia in particular seems to stand out among those seeking treatment. We spoke with Dr. Dena Rabinowitz, founder of Cognitive Behavioral Psychology of NY, to find out one of the most common phobias she sees with her patients, and how someone might be able to overcome their fear. Following is a transcript of the video.Dena Rabinowitz: The most common type of anxiety disorder for Americans are specific phobias. But many people don't get treatment for a specific phobia, because it's not always relevant.I'm terrified of snakes, but I live in New York City, so it just doesn't come up that often. However, if you have social anxiety or social phobia, ... Read More
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NASA Plans To Send Mars Samples Back To Earth

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NASA has unveiled its plan for its next Mars rover, "Mars 2020," which will collect samples from the surface of the red planet. Following is a transcript of the video.Since landing Viking 1 on Mars in 1975, NASA has successfully put 7 rovers on Mars. But there's still one major mission left: Send a sample from Mars back to Earth.NASA is taking a huge step toward that goal in 2020 with its "Mars 2020" rover. The Mars 2020 comes with some major upgrades. Its radar can search for water or ice 30 feet below the surface. It has an ultraviolet laser that can read carbon atoms to see if they could've been left by ancient carbon-based life.It can also drill into solid rock to retrieve samples. T... Read More
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Here’s Why Net Neutrality Matters

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Net neutrality is likely going to be repealed by the FCC. Here's why that could be a big problem for anyone who pays a cable or wireless carrier bill. Following is a transcript of the video.Steve Kovach: The FCC is getting ready to repeal net neutrality rules that were put in place in 2015. Net neutrality is the concept that all traffic on the internet should be treated the same. That means your internet provider can't suddenly decide to slow down YouTube or Netflix because they're not paying enough.It also means they can't charge you more to access certain services. Everything has to be a level playing field. It means prices are stable and you get the content you want no matter who your intern... Read More
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What Is The “Invisible Box Challenge?”

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There have been many different internet challenges over the years, but the latest popular trend is one called the #InvisibleBoxChallenge. It involves using both your imagination and your physical strength to pull it off. Lots of people on Twitter are posting videos of themselves attempting the trick with mixed results. Here's a quick explainer so you can give it a try for yourself. Following is a transcript of the video.People on Twitter are obsessed with this trick.It's called the "Invisible Box Challenge."The goal is to imagine a box in front of you, and record yourself stepping on ... Read More
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Vest Will Keep You Visible In The Dark

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The Noxgear Tracer360 visibility vest was designed for nighttime runners and cyclists. Nox = Roman goddess of the night. It was created by aerospace engineers Tom Walters and Simon Curran. The vest makes you visible from over a mile away. Its flashing lights stand out to distracted drivers. It only weighs 7 ounces, and its battery can last up to 40 hours.  It's also waterproof and sweatproof.What about our furry friends? The Noxgear LightHound will light up your dog!  Both human and dog versions cost $69.95. Now there's no excuse to skip a workout when it's dark.Read more: ... Read More
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How NASA, SpaceX, and Blue Origin’s Monster Rockets Compare

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With the announcements of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy and Big Falcon Rocket, Blue Origin's New Glenn, and NASA's Space Launch System, it can be tough to tell one rocket apart from the other.NASA’s Saturn V rocket was the pinnacle of technology during the Apollo era. More than 40 years after its final flight, it’s still the world’s most powerful rocket. But that’s finally about to change.NASA, SpaceX, and Blue Origin are developing their most impressive rockets yet. Here’s how America’s monster rockets of the future measure up to NASA’s moon rocketSaturn V - 363 feet tallFalcon Heavy - 229 feet tallBFR - 348 feet tallSLS - 365 feet tallNew Glenn Rocket -... Read More
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Fish Farm Contaminating Public Water in British Columbia

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Shocking footage taken by Tavish Campbell shows an underwater pipe spewing fish blood into a public water channel in Canada. For now, the practice is totally legal. Watch Tavish's full video here. Following is a transcript of the video.This pipe is dumping blood into public water in British Columbia. The pipe is connected to a salmon processing plant, that’s spewing out fish blood into the Discovery Passage channel.Tavish Campbell discovered and filmed the incident. He visited the pipe multiples times in 2017. He wanted to see the effect of fish processing plants on the ecosystem but he didn't expect to find such a gruesome scene.He took samples of the blood to researchers. They say i... Read More
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Astronauts At The ISS Had A Pizza Party In Space

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Astronauts at the International Space Station posted a video over the weekend of their pizza party. The pizza fixings were sent after Italian Astronaut Paolo Nespoli said how much he missed his favorite food. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/saiFACEBOOK: ... Read More
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This Screen Is Wearable — Meaning Its Possibilities Are Endless

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Can your phone bend like this? These are organic liquid crystal displays that can bend around just about anything. Including you! FlexEnable designs flexible technology. The screen is glass-and-silicon free, ultra-thin, and shatterproof. How does it bend? The screen is plastic and the silicon has been replaced with organic materials. This makes the display 4X thinner and over 10X lighter than traditional glass displays. The displays can be used in many different ways. Who knew technology could be so bendy?Read more: ... Read More
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The Best iPhone Apps of 2017

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2017 has been a pretty great year for apps. Live trivia gameshow HQ Trivia burst onto the scene, and apps like Ikea Place took full advantage of augmented reality. Here are some of the best apps of 2017, in no particular order. The following is a transcript of the video. HQ — LIVE TRIVIA GAME SHOWCategory: Game // Company: Intermedia LabsThe co-founders of Vine have done it again. HQ Trivia is a live game show with actual cash prizes. Tune in at 3 PM and 9 PM EST and try to survive through 12 fast-paced questions. Winners split a pot of $1,000 — sometimes more.IKEA PLACE Category: Augmented Reality // Company: IkeaIkea's app takes full advantage of augme... Read More
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The CIO Of A Crypto Hedge Fund Reveals Why You Should Be Cautious Of The ICO Bubble

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Ari Paul, CIO of cryptocurrency hedge fund BlockTower Capital, talks with Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein about why he thinks investors should be cautious when investing in ICOs. Following is a transcript of the video. Sara Silverstein: And what about the ICO bonanza that we've been seeing? How do you feel about initial coin offerings?Ari Paul: I think that one aspect of the cryptocurrency market is a lot like 1999. So, in the early '90s you great high quality projects coming to market. It wasn't viewed as a get-rich-quick scheme to launch a tech company in 1990. It was hard to raise money. By 1999 it was easy. And it was viewed as easy money on the investment side. So y... Read More
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Differences Between Types of Laughter

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Professor Sophie Scott of University College London studies cognitive neuroscience of human communication. She is well-known for her TED Talk called, "Why We Laugh." We asked her to explain the difference between the types of laughter we use in social situations. Following is a transcript of the video. Sophie Scott: Human beings tend to think that we laugh at jokes and comedy, but actually, a psychologist called Robert Provines found that human beings mostly laugh when they’re with other humans — it's a social behavior.Hi, my name's Professor Sophie Scott and I'm based at University College London where I study the cognitive neuroscience of human communication.And what this actually ... Read More
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This Lunchbox Has A Scale To Get Your Macros

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This may look like an ordinary lunchbox, but it could help you lose weight. MacroPack is a lunchbox with a built-in scale and it helps track macronutrients. Why should you care about macros over calories? Macronutrients are what make up calories. The three main macronutrients are proteins, carbs, and fats. According to MacroPack, it's not about the number of calories but what kind of calories are in your food. MacroPack makes organizing food groups simple. It has big containers for veggies and smaller ones for carbs and fruits. The scale can be set to either grams or ounces. MacroPack claims users could lose 2-5% body fat in a month. This lean lunchbox is slated for a December 2017 release. Until then you'll... Read More
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Cryptocurrency Is The Next Step In The Digitization Of Everything

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Lex Sokolin, Autonomous Research's director of fintech strategy, talks with Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein about the importance of cryptocurrency in our increasingly digital world. Following is a transcript of the video. Sara Silverstein:  So just generally speaking why do things like bitcoin and cryptocurrencies have value? What is it about the blockchain that is going to change the world?Lex Sokolin: So there are a couple of different reasons. The easiest one is supply and demand. if people believe it has value, it will keep having value and more and more of it. But they do have their own use cases.Right, so Bitcoin is a payments vector and you can do with it so... Read More
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Hackers Can Tap Into Office Phones

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Many offices have IP phones, but did you know that they might be vulnerable to hackers? Depending on the phone, someone could use the device to spy on you remotely. We spoke with Ang Cui, cybersecurity expert and founder of Red Balloon Security, who discovered the exploit in a Cisco phone. Here's a look at what someone might be able to do with it and what you can do to protect yourself. Following is a transcript of the video.Ang Cui: A hacker can actually listen to everything that's going on in the room that the phone is in regardless of whether you are on the phone call or not.Hello, my name is Ang Cui. I am the founder and chief scientist of Red Balloon Security.So we took a Cisco phon... Read More
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7 iPhone X Power User Tricks You Should Know

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The iPhone X is Apple's first full-screen iPhone. It's also the first iPhone to completely eliminate the Home button, resulting in some all-new gestures and features. Here are some of the ones that aren't that well known. iPhone X tricks only power users know.Rapid unlock: With Face ID enabled tap on the bottom and swipe to unlock. The phone will unlock all in one step.Faster app switching: Swiping up brings up the App Switcher. But it can take a little time to open. Instead, swipe up at an angle. The switcher should load right away.Switch apps without the App Switcher: Swipe along the bottom. You can cycle through all the apps you have open.Force quit apps: Bring... Read More
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Teleportation Explained

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Brian Greene, professor of physics and mathematics at Columbia University and co-founder of the World Science Festival, explains how teleportation can be done. Following is a transcript of the video.Brian Greene: I’m Brian Greene, professor of physics and mathematics at Columbia University and co-founder of the World Science Festival.Teleportation is one of the weird ideas, and there is a version of it that physicists now routinely make use of. Nobody is teleporting people from place to place.But we can teleport individual particles. We can take a particle at one location, and then in some sense create an absolute identical version of it, exactly the same properties, exactly the same q... Read More
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How To Live In A World Where Everything You Value Is Under Attack

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Mark Manson, the author of 'The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck", told us what we can do in a world where we feel our values are under constant threat. Following is a transcript of the video.Mark Manson: So everybody today feels like their values and the things that they care about are under attack and what I actually find most interesting is that everybody is simultaneously feeling this at the same time. There's not any one single group that is being attacked or marginalized especially at the moment. I think what's happening is just a side effect of the technology of the Internet.It's constantly exposing people to attacks on their beliefs and values so if you are super religious, you are const... Read More
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Deepest-ever Fish Recovered For The First Time

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Scientists finally have an up-close look at the deepest-dwelling fish in the world. Several samples of the fish have been brought to the surface for study. Following is the transcript of the video.Scientists finally have an up-close look at the deepest-dwelling fish. The fish was found nearly 5 miles underwater. It's the first time scientists have retrieved one for study. This CT scan shows the fish's skeleton and its lunch.Researchers have named the fish the "Mariana Snailfish" AKA "Pseudoliparis swirei." It was found 26,200 feet below the surface, in the Mariana Trench. The pressure is 1,000X greater than at the surface. Researchers say the pressure there is so intense, it's "similar to... Read More
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Economist Jim Rickards On Gold Versus Bitcoin

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Jim Rickards is the editor of Strategic Intelligence and the author of Currency Wars: The Making of the Next Global Crisis. He believes gold can go to $10,000 an ounce but he is much more skeptical about bitcoin. Rickards doesn't trust the bitcoin price action and doesn't believe the cryptocurrency will fare well in a financial crisis.Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/saiFACEBOOK: ... Read More
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Apollo 16 Astronauts Drive On The Moon

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On April 21, 1972, Apollo 16 became the fifth mission to land on the Moon. One of the most exciting things they brought with them was the Lunar Roving Vehicle. NASA recently released footage of the astronauts driving in the rover along the lunar surface. Following is a transcript of the video.What it's like to drive on the moonIt's not the smoothest ride, and the scenery isn't the most exotic. But this is one ride that is literally out of this world.This is Commander John Young. The man behind the camera is astronaut Charles Duke. They were a part of Apollo 16, the 10th manned mission to the Moon.Young and Duke spent 71 hours on the lunar surface. They drove 16.6 miles total.... Read More
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How To Have A Long-Lasting Relationship

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Mark Manson, the author of 'The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck," told us the secret to a long, lasting relationship. And it's simpler than you think. Following is a transcript of the video.Mark Manson: I think, if you look at a relationship, I actually think it should be as boring as possible. And that sounds really weird to people but if you think about it, a really happy 80-year-old couple that's been together for 60 years, the reason that they've been together for 60 years, it isn't because they took all these private jets and they had these crazy vacations and "Oh my God, look at their pictures." It's because that they were able to be boring together. They are able to spend year after year... Read More
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This Belgian Town Has Been Making An Enormous 10,000-Egg Omelette For Years

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Egg lovers of all ages gathered in Belgium to scramble and feast on a giant omelette. 10,000 eggs were used!Thanks to the World Fraternity of Knights of the Giant Omelette, this tradition has been kept alive for 22 years.Hundreds of people feasted on the bacon and herb omelette. This giant omelette tradition has spread to France, Canada and the US.Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/saiFACEBOOK: ... Read More
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What Are Fast Radio Bursts? Mysterious Signals From Space Explained

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It started in 2001, a brilliant burst of light breached the skies. The event had released as much power as 500 million suns. Just a few milliseconds later, the signal had vanished. Astronomers call these powerful flashes Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs).Since 2001, about 30 have been identified. But, new estimates suggest one is happening almost every second. According to Dr. Avi Loeb, professor of science at Harvard University, "In the time it takes you to drink a cup of coffee, hundreds of FRBs may have gone off somewhere in the universe." The origins of FRBs continue to elude explanation. But there's one source unlike any other that may hold the key to solving the mystery. It's called FRB 121102. It... Read More
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Steve Jobs Fired Me 5 Times And I Still Loved Working With Him

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Andy Cunningham helped launch Apple's original Macintosh. She is the founder and president of Cunningham Collective and author of the book "Get to Aha!: Discover Your Positioning DNA and Dominate Your Competition." Following is the transcript of the video.Andy Cunningham: I think Steve Jobs fired me about 5 times. I’m Andy Cunningham and I run a marketing consulting company called Cunningham Collective and I've just written a book about positioning, which is a big practice in the marketing field. It's called "Get to Aha!"The first time Steve fired me was actually probably the most traumatic because I thought it was going to be the last time I would ever work with him and he called me into his... Read More
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How to Time Travel

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Brian Greene, professor of physics and mathematics at Columbia University and co-founder of the World Science Festival, explains what we know about time travel so far. Following is a transcript of the video.Brian Greene: I’m Brian Greene, professor of physics and mathematics at Columbia University and co-founder of the World Science Festival.It's critical that you realize that there are two types of time travel, and they are radically different. Time travel to the future? Definitely possible.We know how to do it because Einstein showed us the way over a hundred years ago. It’s surprising how few people actually really know about this in their bones. He showed that if you go out into ... Read More
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One Of The Best Responses To Jamie Dimon Calling Bitcoin A Fraud

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Ari Paul, CIO of cryptocurrency hedge fund BlockTower Capital, talks with Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein about why he thinks Jamie Dimon called bitcoin a fraud. Following is a transcript of the video. Sara Silverstein: Jamie Dimon recently called bitcoin a fraud. What is your response to that?Ari Paul: So a lot of the financial luminaries, people like Seth Klarman, Warren Buffett, Howard Marks have expressed their skepticism. And most frame it kind of like saying they don't think McDonald's can compete with fine French dining. Which is to say they don't really address what cryptocurrency’s trying to be. They say cryptocurrency is really bad at being PayPal or Visa. An... Read More
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What Planets Would Look Like If They Were Closer To Earth

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What if the moon and planets were closer to Earth? That's what Nick Holmes decided to find out. Holmes, AKA "yeti dynamics" on YouTube, animated these 3D models. He is an amateur astronomer and is interested in cosmology.He wanted to show a sense of scale. This is what planets would look like if they were at the distance of the moon.(Second animation): This animation shows the moon orbiting Earth at the same distance as the ISS. Read more: ... Read More
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What If The Earth Were Flat?

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Today, it's nearly impossible to believe the Earth is anything but round. But for most of our history, humans have thought Earth was flat.The one concept our ancient ancestors were missing was gravity. Gravity's effects are the key to determining whether the Earth is actually flat, or not.On a sphere, gravity pulls in the same direction everywhere on the surface. But on a disc, gravity changes direction as you move toward the edge.At the center, you feel a downward pull just like on spherical Earth. But as you move out, gravity starts pulling sideways as well as a downwards.This would wreak havoc on sports played in different parts of the world. A ball thrown straight up in ... Read More
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NASA Reinvented The Wheel

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Mars destroys tires — so NASA reinvented the wheel by giving it a memory. Following is a transcript of the video. NASA has reinvented the tire. These rover tires are made from a nickel-titanium alloy. A material that can be deformed and return back to shape.The super-elastic material allows it to “remember” its original shape. Rover tire technology has come a long way.In the 1960s mesh tires were woven from piano wire. The technology worked well, but could only hold so much weight. In 2013, significant wheel damage was found on the Curiosity Mars Rover. The Curiosity Rover had solid aluminum wheels. The new nickel-titanium tires could allow rovers to explore new grounds and carr... Read More
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Neil deGrasse Tyson Talks Future Of Museums & Skinning A Wolf With The Brain Scoop Host

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Neil deGrasse Tyson talks to Emily Graslie, the host of the YouTube channel "The Brain Scoop." Neil talks with Emily about everything from what it's like to host a YouTube show at Chicago's renowned Field Museum to how she disarticulated and fed a roadkill wolf to a colony of flesh-eating beetles. "Rising Stars" is a one-on-one interview series hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson. The renowned astrophysicist and host of StarTalk Radio talks with the next generation of leaders in innovation and tech. Graslie started The Brain Scoop while attending the University of Montana and credits her famous roadkill wolf episode as being the reason she is now the chief curiosity correspondent at The Field Museum.... Read More
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Snapchat Is Going Through A Huge Change — Nick Bell explains

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During an interview at Business Insider's IGNITION conference in New York, Snapchat's VP of Content, Nick Bell, walked through all the changes coming up in the app's biggest redesign. Following is a transcript of the video.Nick Bell: What we’ve really done here is double down on what has made Snapchat great today but simplified it. And I think, you know, you look at it now, there are three screens. As Evan said, you open up the camera, we think that really aids self-expression and it's the kind of blinking cursor of the new mobile age.On the left-hand side, you have the friend feed and I think what's key here is that the conversation with your best friend was happening on the left-hand sid... Read More
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What is a Supermoon?

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The only supermoon of 2017 is rising on December 3. But what is a supermoon? And why do we only see one or two a year? Supermoons are a rare type of full moon. They appear up to 14% bigger and 30% brighter than normal. While the full moon rises about once per month, supermoons can only occur a few times per year — max.That's because the timing has to be just right. The Moon takes about 27.32 days to orbit Earth. During its orbit, the moon passes through two points: Perigee and apogee. Perigee is about 30,000 miles closer to Earth than apogee.A supermoon can only occur at perigee-syzygy, when the moon is full and at perigee simultaneously. This is rare because as the Earth revolve... Read More
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Why Snapchat Looks Terrible On Android Phones

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Android phones often have similar or better cameras than iPhones. But on Snapchat, it’s not even close. Snapchats from Androids are much worse than from iPhones. That’s because it’s way easier to develop an app for iPhone. Developers only have to consider a few Apple devices. But for Android, there are hundreds of different phones — all with different screen sizes, running different versions of Android software.Snapchat found a way around developing too many different versions of their Android app.Instead of taking an actual photo with your actual camera, the app just takes a screengrab of your camera view. This way, one image capture method works on most Android phones, ev... Read More
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Incredible Footage of the Deepstaria Jellyfish

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Scientists are finally exploring one of the last mysterious places on Earth — the ocean. During a recent dive in Revillagigedo Archipelago, the Nautilus team came across an unusual life form they weren't expecting. Following is a transcript of the video. Behold! The shapeshifting Deepstaria jellyfish. But it doesn't have tentacles like most jellyfish. Instead, it has what experts call a "bell." Don't be fooled by its tranquil presence. This is a predator on the hunt. Its bell is actually a deadly trap. The jellyfish expands its bell. This traps unsuspecting prey inside. Once inside the bell, there's no escape. The jellyfish digests its meal. The nutrients are carried throughout the body. T... Read More
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The Value In Cryptocurrency Explained By A Crypto Hedge Fund CIO

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Ari Paul, CIO of cryptocurrency hedge fund BlockTower Capital, talks with Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein about the value in cryptocurrency and where he thinks the market is headed in the next two years.Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/saiFACEBOOK: ... Read More
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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Trailer: 10 Things You Missed

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The long-awaited first official trailer for Marvel's "Avengers: Infinity War" is finally here. The Avengers will have to team up with the Guardians of the Galaxy to have any hope of taking down Thanos and his Black Order. The film is scheduled for release in May. Here are 10 things you might have missed:1. Hulk returns to Earth, and it looks like he crashes through Doctor Strange's house.2. Vision has taken on a human form and he may be in a relationship with Scarlet Witch.3. A lot of the action takes place in Black Panther's Wakanda. Thanos may be after the country's vibranium, the same material used to make Captain America's shield. He could also be looking for an Infinity Stone in Wak... Read More
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Steve Jobs’ Former Publicist On How He Controlled Apple’s Image

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Andy Cunningham is Steve Jobs' former publicist and the author of "Get to Aha: Discover Your Positioning DNA and Dominate Your Competition." Here, she discusses Steve Jobs' "reality distortion field" and how he employed it to enhance Apple. Following is a transcript of the video.Andy Cunningham: So, Steve Jobs often used the phrase “reality distortion field” and others used it to describe the environment in which he operated and it actually applies to a number of different ways that Steve behaved.I’m Andy Cunningham and I'm president and founder of a marketing consulting company called Cunningham Collective and I've just written a book called “Get to Aha” about positioning.She ... Read More
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Destress in ‘The 72 Hour Cabin’

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Sweden is offering the best way to relax and unwind... by staying in a glass cabin! This cabin is located on a private Swedish island and offers canoeing, swimming, and fishing.The following is a transcript of the video.This cabin brings you closer to natureIt’s called the 72 hour cabin.The cabin is on a private island in Sweden.It was initially used as part of an experiment.Five people with stressful jobs spent 72 isolated hours on the island.The outcome?There was a 70% decrease in stress levels.The island has access to canoeing, swimming, and fishing.The cabin is now available for rentals.Would you stay in this cabin?Read... Read More
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Astronaut’s View of Earth

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NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik gave his followers on social media a glimpse of an astronauts perspective when he uploaded breathtaking footage of earth as seen from space.Bresnik shot the video with a body camera attached to his spacesuit during a spacewalk he did with fellow astronaut Joseph M. Acaba when the duo went out to refurbish a set of robotic arms on the station.Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/saiFACEBOOK: ... Read More
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Sean Astin Describes A Scene Cut From “The Goonies”

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If you grew up in the '80s, you probably have watched Richard Donner's classic film "The Goonies" a number of times. But there's an infamous scene that was cut from the original theatrical release that you might not know about. We spoke with Sean Astin at the Sharper Image pop-up shop in Times Square to hear more about the scene and how it actually makes a lot of sense considering a certain line at the end of the movie.Read more: http://www.businessinsi... Read More
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How Shoes Changed The Way Humans Walk

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If it wasn't for shoes, we would walk way differently.Think about how you walk when barefoot. The foot lands almost flat. It rolls through the step, and the toes push off.Humans walked this way for millennia. Research suggests this style puts less stress on the knees.Early shoes wrapped the foot in a piece of soft leather or cloth, but it still allowed for humans to walk naturally.Modern shoes changed all this. With the creation of thicker soles, humans changed how they walked.We started to take longer strides and impact heel-first. Since we don't roll through the step, the foot stops being as flexible.Plus, shoes limit our toes' movement. Without free toes, the leg li... Read More
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Apple iPhone X versus Google Pixel 2

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ANTONIO VILLAS-BOAS: So, the iPhone X and the Google Pixel 2 both are amazing phones. But, at the end of the day, I would actually go for the iPhone X.Design — To be perfectly honest, the iPhone X just looks so much better than the Google Pixel 2. The Google Pixel 2 has kind of a utilitarian feel to it. It's not a bad-looking phone per se. You know, it's more function over form. Whereas the iPhone X you know it just exudes pure unguent luxury with its glass front and back and stainless steel frame. I'm pretty certain I'm being objective when I say the iPhone looks better than the Google Pixel 2.Hardware — Android phones, hardware-wise, were a better option. And actually, the iPhone X has ki... Read More
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How To Add A Home Button On The iPhone X

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The new Apple iPhone X does not have a physical "Home" button. Instead, you have to use swiping gestures to navigate the screen. It's simple, but it takes some getting used to. If you don't have the patience, there's a way to create a virtual button that mimics the old Home button. Here's how. Apple's new iPhone X doesn't have a physical Home button. You have to use swiping gestures to navigate. If you miss the Home button, here's how to add a virtual one.First, move all of your apps from the bottom of the screen. This makes space for the button.Now, you need to turn on AssistiveTouch. Go to Settings. General. Accessibility. Assistive Touch.Toggle "AssistiveTouch." Choose "Home." ... Read More
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What Happens When A Bird Flies Into A Plane Engine

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What happens if a bird flies into a plane engine? The event is called a bird strike. Each year, bird strikes cost US airlines an estimated $1.2 billion. Only part of those costs are from actual damage. The rest comes from flight delays and cancellations.A bird strike can disable a plane's engine. But engines are designed to withstand at least one bird. Plus, pilots can still fly a plane with just one operating engine.As a result, the chances of an accident are slim. Between 1990-2015 there were 160,894 bird strikes on US aircraft. Only .025% (40) of those strikes resulted in an accident.Despite the low risk, a bird strike can be a shocking experience. Here are some helpful tips to combat... Read More
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How To Design Your Home For Max Happiness

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Dan Buettner is a National Geographic Explorer and the author of "The Blue Zones of Happiness: Lessons from the World’s Happiest People." Here, he shares his insights on how to design your own home, so you can feel more overall happiness.Dan Buettner: My name is Dan Buettner. I'm a National Geographic Explorer and the author of "Blue Zones of Happiness: Lessons From the World's Happiest People."If you move from an unhappy place to a happy place, that's probably the most powerful thing you can do over time to favor your happiness. Not all of us can move, however. But there are a few things you can look for in your house.Number one: contrary to what your realtor will say, you do not want... Read More
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Here’s How To Stay Friends With Your Ex

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Couples therapist Esther Perel , author of "Mating in Captivity" and "The State of Affairs: Rethinking Infidelity" and the host of the Audible original series "Where Should We Begin?," reveals why people can be friends with an ex and how you can maintain that friendship and your current relationship. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/saiFACEBOOK: ... Read More
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How To Remove A Splinter

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What happens if you leave a splinter in your skin for too long?Splinters are a literal pain, removing them just causes more pain. But what happens if you leave a splinter in your skin?You risk a dangerous infection. Since it's natural material, splinters carry bacteria and fungi. The risk is much less for pieces of glass, plastic, or metal. Woods and thorns also have natural oils in them. The immune system sees this as a threat, inflaming the skin around it.Staphylococcus is a common splinter-related infection. Keep an eye out for visible streaks on the skin, fever, or chills.Tetanus is caused by Clostridium tetani, another risky bacteria. It can cause tightness of the jaw,... Read More
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5 Foods With More Salt Than Potato Chips

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Potato chips are pretty salty, right? Turns out, when you compare them to other common foods, chips don't pack nearly as much sodium as you might think. How much sodium in the average small bag of chips? We looked at the sodium content in a small bag of chips of three leading brands: Lay's (170mg), Ruffles (160mg), and Kettle Brand (210mg).Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/saiFACEBOOK: ... Read More
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How SpaceX Salvages Falcon 9 Rockets

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In just one year, SpaceX has made rocket landings routine. But we must not forget that this is a giant step toward reusable rockets and a new era of affordable space flight. Michael Wagner with USLaunchReport chronicles the historic return of many of these used rockets and posts them on the USLaunchReport's YouTube channel. Following is a transcript of the video.How SpaceX salvages $40 million rockets. Here's a sight you don't see every day. A 14-ton rocket dangling in mid-air. This is one of SpaceX's first stage Falcon 9 rockets. It launched out of Kennedy Space Center on Oct. 11.This is what it looked like before launch. Space travel certainly takes a toll. The rocket is about 230 feet... Read More
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How To Pop A Pimple The Right Way

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Dr. Erin Gilbert is a practicing dermatologist in New York City. Here, she explains what you should do if you're going to pop a pimple at home. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/saiFACEBOOK: ... Read More
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Sophia The Robot Has A Thanksgiving Message

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Sophia isn't your typical robot. Just a month ago, the humanoid robot was granted legal citizenship in Saudi Arabia, making Sophia the world's first-ever robot citizen. And after a whirlwind press tour where we had the chance to interview the emotionally expressive robot for ourselves, Sophia is back with a message for humanity on Thanksgiving."In the time I've spent with humans, I've been learning about this wonderful sentiment called gratitude," Sophia says in her message to mankind. "Apparently it's a warm feeling of thankfulness, and I've observed that it leads to giving, and creating even more gratitude — how inspiring. This Thanksgiving, I would like to reflect on all of the things I'm thankfu... Read More
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The Best Phones Available To Buy In 2017

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We've gone through all the new phones released so far in 2017 to pick the ones with the best cameras, battery life, and overall performance. Whether it's Apple's iPhone, Samsung's Galaxy Note8, the Google Pixel, the OnePlus 5, or Andy Rubin's Essential phone, you can't go wrong with any of these devices. Here are the best phones you can buy right now. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/saiFACEBOOK: ... Read More
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Liquid Water Isn’t Flowing on Mars

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In 2015, scientists announced something incredible: They had strong evidence that there was liquid water flowing on Mars today. The implications were huge for the possibility of alien life and resources for future crewed missions to the Martian surface. Now, all of those hopes have been put on hold by a new study published in Nature Geoscience. Following is a transcript of the video.These mysterious marks on Mars are at the heart of a giant controversy. They're called recurring slope lineae (RSL).Scientists first discovered them in 2011 from images taken by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Almost immediately, scientists noticed something puzzling.RSL have regular seasonal changes. Dur... Read More
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Here’s What Happens To Your Brain And Body When You Go Vegan

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Thinking about skipping out on meat and dairy? Going vegan is becoming increasingly more common, but is it actually good for you? Following is a transcript of the video.What happens to your body when you go vegan?Thinking of making the jump to a vegan diet? You’re not alone.In your first few weeks, you may feel especially tired. Without meat, vegans often have a hard time getting enough vitamin B12 and iron, which helps make red blood cells and transport oxygen throughout the body. But it’s nothing a supplement or handful of nuts can’t fix.You may also discover that foods don’t taste the way they used to. That’s because your zinc levels have taken a hit, affecting your o... Read More
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Astronomers Discover First Interstellar Object

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Astronomers recently discovered a bizarre-looking object in our solar system that's unlike anything they've ever seen before. It's so peculiar that astronomers think it's not even from our solar system. They've dubbed this mysterious interstellar asteroid "Oumuamua." Following is a transcript of the video.This asteroid is not from around here. Turns out, it came from another star system. This is the first time humanity has observed an interstellar object.Astronomers discovered it on Oct. 19. At first, they thought it was a comet. But its orbit was unlike anything ever seen before, and it was traveling at unusually high speeds: 85,700 mph.So, astronomers reclassified the object as an inte... Read More
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iPhone Addict Switches To The Pixel 2

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After 10 years of using nothing but Apple iPhones, I decided to give an Android-supported smartphone a try. I went with Google's Pixel 2. At $650 it's definitely a cheaper option than most iPhones, so I decided to use it for a week and see what life is like as a non-iPhone-user. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/saiFACEBOOK: ... Read More
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iPhone’s Medical ID Feature Could Save Your Life In An Emergency

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iPhones have a feature called Medical ID. It makes emergency information available without a passcode. Access it by clicking Emergency on your lock screen, and then clicking medical ID. You can display your birthday, medical notes, and add emergency contacts. Fill it up with medical information by clicking on the Health App, and then clicking on the bottom right "Medical ID" icon. Here's where you add medical information and emergency contacts.What's on this screen can be seen by anyone with access to your iPhone. To change that you can turn off "Show when locked" or delete the info completely. Apple does upload your Medical ID to iCloud but it does not include it in your health data or share i... Read More
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Does Turkey Make You Sleepy?

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The tryptophan in turkey gets a bad rap every Thanksgiving. Here's the real reason you're so tired. Following is a transcript of the video.Dr. Daniel Barone: So the myth is that turkey has a lot of a chemical known as tryptophan, which is actually the precursor to melatonin. So people think that when you, around Thanksgiving time, when you have a lot of turkey, that makes you tired because of all the tryptophan that you're eating gets produced into melatonin and then it makes us fall asleep.That’s actually not true, the reason why we tend to be tired after we have a large meal of Thanksgiving is simply because of the amount of food that we're having we have what's called postprandial fatigue,... Read More
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How To Build A Fire Without A Lighter

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Whether you're out camping, or in a survival scenario, you should know how to build a fire.Find a dry patch of ground 4 feet wide. Build a ring with rocks, or dig down a few inches. This will keep the fire insulated. Use paper, dry grass, or pine needles as tinder. Pile loosely in the center, and top with kindling. If the kindling is wet, you'll need more tinder.If you have a lighter or matches, ignite the tinder, and gently blow on the fire. If you don't have a lighter or matches, use friction to create an ember. You can make sparks with flint and steel. You can also use a lens to harness the sun's light. As the kindling catches, gradually add more. Next, add firewood. Arrange the pieces in t... Read More
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The Difference Between Grade AA, A, And B Eggs

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Do your eggs have a grade? Each USDA grade is a mark of the egg's quality. Grade AA eggs are the highest quality whereas Grade B are the lowest.Egg graders determine quality based on the egg's: shell, white, yolk, and air cell. Here's how to tell a high quality egg from a low one.Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/saiFACEBOOK: ... Read More
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What Happens To Your Brain When You Meditate

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Evolutionary psychologist Robert Wright explains what happens inside your brain when you sit to meditate and how it can change your perception of the outside world. Wright is the author of "Why Buddhism is True." Robert Wright: In real mindfulness meditation, calm isn’t the only object of the game. I mean, it's good. Calm is better than not calm by and large. but the point of having a calm mind is then you can start examining other things that are going on.You just get a finer view of things and you often see beauty in things you wouldn’t have seen it in.Now when you turn your attention to what's inside your mind, that's when things can get more therapeutic, in a way. Because one thi... Read More
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What Would Happen If The Earth Became 2 Degrees Warmer

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What would happen if Earth became 2º C (4.6º F) warmer. In 2015, the Paris Agreement declared that the world should try to keep Earth's warming trend to well below 2°C by 2100. Here's what would happen if temperatures did increase by 2° C. Sea levels will likely rise by 1.6 feet. Flooding coastlines worldwide. While the amount of fresh water may increase for high latitudes, East Africa, and parts of India and Sahel, subtropical regions may lose nearly one-third of its fresh water.Making matters worse, heat waves could intensify. Tropical regions may experience heat waves for up to 3 months which will affect the growth of certain staple crops. These areas will likely produce less wheat and c... Read More
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How Well Do The Google Pixel Buds Translate Languages?

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Google's new Pixel Buds can work with Google Assistant on a phone to translate 40 different languages, and Google plans to add more to that list. We put the earbuds to the test with 10 languages: Spanish, French, Malay, Greek, German, Portuguese, Hindi, Korean, Mandarin, and Polish. Overall, the headphones performed well. They couldn't really handle multiple sentences in a row, or long, complicated sentences, but for well-enunciated basic phrases and questions, it was spot-on. The translation takes a few seconds to work, so there's an awkward pause when you're using the earbuds to have a conversation with another person.We also found that the translation was more accurate when the headphones tr... Read More
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Elon Musk Gives First Look At Tesla’s Electric Semi

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk promised the company's first electric semi-truck would be mind-blowing, and he delivered. Musk took the wraps off the big rig on Thursday at Tesla's Design Studio in Hawthorne, California, and the vehicle's design was definitely what got the most attention. The semi can go 0-60 mph in five seconds without a trailer attached. The big rig has an impressive range of 500 miles per charge. With 80,000 pounds of cargo, it can make the same run in just 20 seconds. It can charge up to 400 miles in just 30 minutes when using a Megacharger, which is a new high-speed charger.The interior of the vehicle is minimalistic and designed around the comfort of the driver. The dri... Read More
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Tesla Unveils New Roadster

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At the end of Tesla's semi-truck event, Elon Musk unveiled Tesla's brand new convertible. Musk said the new Tesla Roadster will be the "fastest production car ever made, period." The prototype has reportedly traveled faster than 250 mph. The car seats four and will have a 620-mile highway range, and that's just the base model. Musk said the Roadster is expected to be available in 2020. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/saiFACEBOOK: ... Read More
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3 Leading Scientists Debate: Should We Contact Aliens?

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Following is a transcript of the video.Humans just tried to contact intelligent aliens. There's a fiery debate in the scientific community. Should we actively try to contact aliens?Pros: We could make first contact with intelligent aliens.Cons: We could contact hostile aliens who come and destroy Earth.Now, a collaboration between musicians and scientists just added fuel to the fire. They sent a radio message to potential aliens on a nearby exoplanet. Is this a good idea? We asked three scientists what they thought.Brian Greene, Co-founder of the World Science Festival and theoretical physicist at Columbia:I think we should be all shouting and cheering to the heavens.... Read More
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Hackers Can Compromise Your Computer Monitor

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Everyone knows your computer can be hacked, but did you know your monitor might also be used against you? Ang Cui from Red Balloon Security has figured out a way to hack into a popular Dell monitor and manipulate what you see on your screen. Using this type of attack, a user could easily be tricked into revealing personal, private information. Here's how it works.Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/saiFACEBOOK: ... Read More
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How To Watch 2017 Leonid Meteor Shower

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One of the last meteor showers of the year is happening this Friday. So, if you haven't caught a meteor shower yet this year, this week is your chance. Don't miss out on this year's Leonid meteor shower, which is expected to have ideal conditions for many parts of the US.The Leonid meteor shower is happening this week. The most meteors will happen on the evening of Nov. 17. Expect to see between 10-20 meteors an hour. Viewing conditions will be excellent this year. The Moon will be a paper-thin crescent. So, the night sky will be especially dark to enjoy the show.But watch out for the weather.Cloudy skies will cover some parts of the US. Here are the best and worst places t... Read More
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Unboxing The “L.O.L. Surprise! Big Surprise” — The Hottest Toy Of 2017

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In 2016, every kid wanted a Hatchimal, and parents were running around coughing up lots of money to make sure their child got one. This year, the hot toy for the holidays is something called the "L.O.L. Surprise! Big Surprise," a giant, glittery ball packed with 50 smaller toys that kids can unwrap. It sells for $69.99, but if you can manage to find one, you'll probably be paying a lot more. They're going for over $100 on eBay. When it was first released in September, it sold out within 48 hours at most stores. The company behind the toy, MGA Entertainment, even encourages kids to "unbox" the gift and post videos on YouTube. Do a quick search, and you'll see how popular they are for yourself. We got ahold of... Read More
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We Just Tried Contacting Aliens On This Nearby “Super Earth”

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Humanity's first contact with aliens could be a breezy 24 years away. We sent a signal to an Earth-like planet that may host life – and we sent them a mixtape. The project, called "Sónar Calling GJ 273b," is a team effort led by the Sónar music festival in collaboration with METI (Messaging to Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence) International and the Institute of Space Studies of Catalonia in Spain. Following is a transcript of the video.Humans just tried to contact intelligent aliens.On Oct. 16, 17, and 18 a team of musicians and scientists sent a message to aliens. They sent the message via radio waves and transmitted it 9 different times. This helps ensure that all the information rea... Read More
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Elon Musk Shouldn’t Build Cities On Mars

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In September 2017, SpaceX CEO, Elon Musk revealed his latest aspirations for colonizing Mars. His plan is to send the first humans to Mars in 2024 to build the foundations for the first Martian city. But is Mars really the best place for humans to settle?Some scientists, like Amanda Hendrix believes we should be looking somewhere else like Titan, a moon slightly bigger than our own that orbits Saturn. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/sai... Read More
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New NASA Images Of Larsen C Iceberg A-68 In Antarctica

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NASA is on a mission to collect as much information as it can about the Larsen C ice shelf and its new A-68 iceberg. When A-68 broke off of Larsen C earlier this year, it was a historic event. A-68 is one of the largest icebergs ever to break off Antarctica.While the event didn't make sea levels rise, it did remove a large chunk of one of Antarctica's ice shelves that help protect against sea level rise. The more chunks that chip away from Larsen C means the closer we come to making an open gateway for ice on Antarctica to enter the ocean. Once that land ice hits the shores, sea levels worldwide will rise up.Read more: ... Read More
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Neil deGrasse Tyson And Kickstarter Cofounder Yancey Strickler Talk Crowdfunding Origins

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Watch more Rising Stars here: http://bit.ly/2yAtWNdNeil deGrasse Tyson sits down with Yancey Strickler, the co-founder of the crowdfunding site Kickstarter. Watch them talk about everything from the 18th century origins of crowdfunding — Alexander Pope's translation of the Iliad — to how the world could kick-start a mission to Mars. "Rising Stars" is a one-on-one interview series hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson. The renowned astrophysicist and host of S... Read More
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‘Healthy’ Breakfast Foods With More Sugar Than A Donut

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How much sugar is in the averaged glazed donut? We looked at the sugar content in the classic glazed donut of three leading brands: Krispy Kreme (10g), Dunkin' Donuts (12g), and Tim Hortons (23g). By taking the average of these three, we estimate that the averaged glazed donut has about 15g of sugar.Here's how other popular breakfast foods compare:Apple Cinnamon Cheerios with milk has 16 grams of sugar. Replace with classic Cheerios with milk for 7 grams of sugar.Yoplait Original Flavored Yogurt has 18g of sugar. Instead, try your favorite flavor in Yoplait Greek 100, which has 7g of sugar.Starbucks' 8-Grain Roll also has 18g of sugar. Opt for Starbucks' Cinnamon Raisin Bagel... Read More
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You’ve Been Blowing Your Nose All Wrong

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It's that time of year where everyone in the office is calling in sick. Those nasty sniffles are just part of the hassle, but you could be making it a lot worse for yourself if you're not blowing your nose properly.Blowing your nose could make it more stuffed.Feeling stuffy? Blowing your nose could make you feel worse. That's because you're building up the pressure in your nostrils. This pressure can cause mucus to shoot up into your sinuses, instead of out of your nose.When you're sick, that mucus may contain viruses or bacteria.If the bacteria or virus gets into your sinuses, it could trigger an infection. If that infection spreads, it could make you even sicker.The stuff... Read More