In an interview published in Collier’s magazine in 1926, Nikola Tesla, then in the twilight of his career, made some predictions about the future that included electric airplane flights “from New York to Europe in
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Without yeast, bread wouldn’t rise and beer wouldn’t foam. As Nicholas Money’s new book, The Rise of Yeast, points out, it leaves its mark on other foods, too, including coffee, and even chocolate.
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Having long hair in a barbershop can be concerning. But the committed longhair should enter without fear, because barbershops are for beard trims.
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On paper, smartphones are amazing pieces of glass. They have magically cured boredom as we always have something to do — those endless feeds of content are..
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Encrypted, simple, and free, Signal is the one messaging app you need on your phone.
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In a troubling series of tweets with more emotional intensity than an entire season of Homeland, the CIA’s official Twitter account told the story of Lulu, an adorable bomb-sniffing dog who refused sniff bombs.
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The sweet potato dates back centuries and how it became North Carolina’s official state vegetable is just part of the story.
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