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    kettlebell weighted carry

    Even if you’re not trying to get swole, these movements will help you with everyday movements.

    Lifting weights can often seem reserved for the fittest among us, those muscle-laden guys and gals pumping iron and getting swole on a daily basis.

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    Weirdest Thing & Last Week in Tech T-Shirts Popular Science

    Plus you can wear them to work (if you work at Popular Science).

    I own a lot of science T-shirts—but when you work at Popular Science, you have to stay on brand. Here are just a few of the T-shirts I love wearing on a daily basis.

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    Impossible Burger

    The new formula uses soy instead of wheat protein so it can take on new forms.

    Impossible Burger 2.0 isn't limited to patties thanks to a new soy-based formula.

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    man snapping selfie in front of the Colisseum

    Selfies could be subtly reshaping your memory.

    For many people, taking hundreds, if not thousands, of pictures is now a crucial part of going on holiday – documenting every last detail and posting it on social…

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    Deluxe Camp Stove

    Tools to ensure a better moto experience.

    From an all-around utility axe, to specialty lighting, to camp mats, chairs, and even a pizza oven, these tools will help build a better moto camping experience.

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    Some agencies that keep us healthy have run out of money, or will run out soon.

    The United States is rolling into the third week with a partially shutdown government, with no signs of a re-opening any time soon. Thousands of federal employees are…

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    BMW's prototype will never see the streets, but tech like this could make bikes safer.

    A motorcycle without a rider might not seem to make sense, but BMW says that tech like this has a point.

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    Engineers have developed a way for even developing nations to prevent the worst effects of global warming.

    Researchers at the University of Waterloo have developed a powder that can scrub carbon from power plant emissions.

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    worlds hardest labyrinth

    It's trickier than it looks.

    In a typical maze, the entrance leads to the exit. This one is different. Rules determine where and how you can move.

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    CES 2019 LG flexible displays

    Get the CES experience without the walking or dehydration.

    The 2019 Consumer Electronics Show is in full swing.

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    cold sneeze tissue

    An update as kids and adults alike head back after the holiday break.

    Last year’s season was historically bad, both in terms of the total number of folks who fell ill and the total number of people who died.

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    door options

    Why choosing between popcorn and Pringles doesn't paralyze us all.

    Previous research has clearly shown that people come to feel satisfied with most decisions after the fact, but this study focused on what goes on in our heads at the…

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    It contains a whopping 665 million pixels.

    NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has recorded plenty of breathtaking images of the cosmos in the last decade or two.

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    Hubble Space Telescope

    A lack of personnel makes the problem more precarious.

    Hubble has always had hiccups here and there, but the government shutdown makes this problem more precarious than usual.

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    What the heck are haptics and why do you want them?

    What's the difference between VR, AR, and XR? You're about to find out.

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    iss view from atlantis space shuttle

    Microbes on ISS are changing their genes, but don’t worry.

    We’ve all read science fiction stories about a disease going rogue on a space ship, decimating the crew. While space holds plenty of other terrors, new research suggests…

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    iPad Pro apps

    The best picks for the advanced tablet.

    You've invested in a new iPad Pro tablet—now it's time to arm it with the best apps around. These programs help you with digital art, office work, video editing, and…

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    Dental calculus jaw and teeth photo

    Lapis lazuli was hard to get your hands—or mouth—on.

    A new study uses analysis of dental calculus to show the crucial role a woman played in medieval manuscript illumination.

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    Vacuums for every type of mess

    Pet-hair-sucking robots, at your service.

    Pet-hair-sucking robots, at your service. These vacuums will keep your dwelling's floors dust-mite and crumb-free.

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    Bell Nexus

    The latest news from the Consumer Electronics Show, no visit to Vegas needed.

    We singled out some of the coolest products at CES this year.

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