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    a pile of spaghetti

    Although pasta science points to it being healthier than other processed carbs, there's not much else to say about it.

    The cream-soaked, free-bread-basket excesses of fancy “Italian” dining of the past few decades have given pasta a bad name—one that Big Pasta has invested serious money…

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    VR self driving car

    Maybe you could fight zombies from a self-driving vehicle, too.

    Once cars drive themselves, how will their bored human passengers spend their time—and fight off motion sickness?

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    books coffee cup and headphones inside on a rainy day

    There's something for everyone.

    April showers bring you plenty of time to stay safe, dry, and warm inside with a good book while you wait for warmer weather to get here.

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    coffee

    Coffee is just the beginning.

    You may have heard that coffee gives you cancer. Or that everything gives you cancer—if you live in California. The reason: Proposition 65. California is now on the…

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    Photo laptop

    Earn a little cash from stock photography websites.

    If you have a passion for photography, you don't have to wait for your big break. You can earn a little money by selling your pictures on stock photo sites.

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    EPA protest

    The EPA is broken, but we still have a chance to fix it.

    From where I sit as both a scientist and former EPA adviser, the motivation behind Scott Pruitt’s actions is as clear as day: He isn’t reforming the agency; he’s trying…

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    Somnium Vision model

    Somnium's guitars allow you to swap out guitar pickups in seconds.

    Over the next few months, I’m going to explore some new pieces of music tech that embrace change, but also preserve what I love about music making: the human performance…

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    Tech rumor roundup

    Catch up on all the technology gossip without all the hype.

    Keep it real with your tech rumors.

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    Because you're almost certainly not getting enough of it.

    Despite a broad-spectrum recommendation for roughage, researchers can’t say for certain why it’s so good for us, what diseases it actually helps prevent, or how exactly…

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    siemens magnus innovation day

    The aviation industry is on the verge of a major shift in propulsion, experts say.

    Siemens Innovation Day offered the U.S. a first look at the company's electric GA aircraft, a Magnus LSA fitted with a 55-kW Siemens electric motor.

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    electronics in trash bin

    A ray of hope in our losing battle against electronic waste.

    From your water-logged smartphone to your smashed smart TV, your electronics are a potential goldmine. Or a copper mine. Or—some day—a lithium mine.

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    walden pond at sunset

    How do we enjoy nature without destroying it?

    The drive to Walden Pond is more suburban than you expect. But just as you feel you must be getting close—finally approaching the hallowed place where famous naturalist…

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    touching phone

    Type faster and more accurately.

    Your text messages are full of misspelled words, random spaces, and hilarious autocorrect mistakes. Here’s how to prevent these keyboard betrayals.

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    an old fashioned rotary phone on a table

    We have a lot to learn from folks who resist the latest gadgets.

    When people hear “Appalachia,” stereotypes and even slurs often immediately jump to mind, words like “backwards,” “ignorant,” “hillbilly” or “yokel.” But Appalachian…

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    air pollution

    Scientists now think it might put young brains at risk.

    It’s increasingly clear that the effects of air pollution aren’t constrained to body parts below the shoulders—they can hurt the brain in a whole host of ways, many of…

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    A man holding lettuce

    Think keeping a desk plant alive is tough? Try farming in Antarctica.

    Lettuce on the moon might sound like the name of a prog-rock song, but that’s the eventual plan. This morning, Germany’s Aerospace Centre DLR announced that their…

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    Consider choosing what DNS service you use. Don’t worry, it’s easier than it sounds.

    There is a small, simple step you can take right now that promises to make your online browsing faster and more private.

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    dinosaur footprint

    Dinosaurs stomped all over this remote Scottish island and left the prints to prove it.

    Why are researchers so interested in dinosaur footprints anyways? They aren’t quite as visually striking as complete dinosaur skeletons, but scientists can get a lot of…

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    teflon non stick pan

    One of the many amazing inventions that came about by accident.

    Roy Plunkett doesn’t sound like a man destined for greatness. And in a way, he wasn’t. Plunkett gave us the technological marvel that is Teflon—but he did it…

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    bananas in cast iron pan

    You season and reseason for a reason.

    Cast iron is strange mixture of incredibly durable and unusually delicate—especially for a cooking implement. The metal is physically sturdy, but also highly reactive,…

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