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Dietary fiber is known to reduce blood pressure, but there’ve been no guides on how much you need to eat to reap the rewards – until now. A new study has confirmed that dietary fiber lowered blood pressure independently of medication and quantified how much of it would lower high blood pressure.Continue ReadingCategory: Health & Wellbeing, LifestyleTags: Diet, Fiber, Blood Pressure, Monash Un
NASA employees use protective glasses to view a partial solar eclipse from the rooftop at NASA Headquarters on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, in Washington, DC.Image: Connie Moore/NASANorth America will experience a total solar eclipse today, gradually turning a band from Mexico to Canada as dark as night as the moon's shadow casts across the Earth below. For observers outside the region, there's still a
  As the popularity of online marketplaces continues to soar, Facebook Marketplace has emerged as a go-to destination for buying and selling a wide range of goods. However, amidst the […] The post How To Avoid Being Scammed On Facebook Marketplace appeared first on ShinyShiny.
Star Flyer – the 2013 eclipse as seen from the deck of a four-masted sailing ship racing across the Atlantic. Totality was 42 seconds long and I was on a quickly moving (and rocking) surface.Photo and caption by Tyler NordgrenEditor's note: We originally ran this story in conjunction with the solar eclipse of August 21, 2017. We've updated and republished it ahead of the solar eclipse of April 8,
Image: FujifilmWhen Fujifilm announced its new X100VI rangefinder-style camera at a press event in Japan last month, it teased a special version of the camera: the X100VI Limited Edition. Following an announcement on its Instagram channel today, we now know that sales of the Limited Edition model in the US will be limited to just 300 cameras.Recent Videos!function(n){if(!window.cnx){window.cnx={}
Want to see if SpaceX's Starship steps up or blows up on its third orbital launch attempt? New Atlas gives you the lowdown on how to tune in and watch the action live as it happens tomorrow beginning at 8:00am EDT.Continue ReadingCategory: Space, ScienceTags: SpaceX, Rocket, Launch, Starship, Elon Musk
Want to watch as the US has another go on Thursday at the first private Moon landing? NASA and Intuitive Machines have teamed up with a live feed as the robotic lander Odysseus is scheduled to touch down near the lunar south pole at 5.30pm EST.Continue ReadingCategory: Space, ScienceTags: Moon, Lunar Lander, NASA
The industrial sector is responsible for about 25% of global CO2 emissions – or about 9.3 billion metric tonnes per year and growing. But a team at the University of Leeds says we don't need to wait for magical new tech to clean most of it up.Continue ReadingCategory: Environment, ScienceTags: University of Leeds, Green Steel, Climate Crisis, Carbon Zero, Carbon Dioxide
Photo: Jeff L CarlsonMuch of the appeal of using your smartphone as a camera is that it's simple – and for most people, it is. But things can rapidly get complex for photographers who want the best quality and full control when shooting with their phones. That's the case with the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro.Recent Videos!function(n){if(!window.cnx){window.cnx={},window.cnx.cmd=[];var t=n.createEl
inspired by temples and shrines, the sculptures are often low and long, or tall with stilt-like legs and large roofs, sometimes cantilevered out. The post how japanese woodcarver yukihiro akama sculpts his enchanting tiny houses appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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