There’s a bizarre group of shapeshifting objects at the center of...

They’re not stars. They’re not gas clouds. They’re something else. In 2012, black hole spectators thought they had hit the jackpot: a gas cloud, dubbed G2, was swinging into a potential danger zone at the Milky Way’s core. For two years, astronomers watched with bated breath as G2 sped closer...
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The Golden Spiral—A Vortex of Laser Focus in Life (Part 3)

The best spiral diver in the world isn’t a professional pilot, but the humble falcon. When a falcon locks in on its prey, it...
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Phase-One U.S.-China Trade Deal: What’s In It?

The United States and China have reached an agreement on phase one of the trade deal, confirmed President Donald Trump in a tweet on...
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Top Stories

Prince William and Jacinda Adern Discuss Mental Health at the World Economic Forum

Prince William addresses mental health at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The Duke of Cambridge is taking part in the Mental Health Matters...
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Kindness is the most prominent beauty in young people

We only see the health and beauty of young people, but it is difficult to see where their beauty originates from. At a...
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Parent-child relationship: Does Santa Claus Really Exist?

Ever since my son was three, my wife and I would always tell him that Santa Claus would send gifts every year on...
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How Video Games Can Become A Trap For Your Mind

Playing video games can be really satisfying some times. I mean, in some cases, video games can give you complete control over a...
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News

Australians Begin Decade With a Battle for Life Against Fires

Australia has deployed military aid as hundreds of raging wildfires engulf the southeast coast, forcing residents to evacuate their homes. Seven have died since December 30, with fires raging through communities in New South Wales and Victoria states, according to the Associated Press (AP). Victims include a volunteer firefighter who...
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Prince William and Jacinda Adern Discuss Mental Health at the World Economic Forum

Prince William addresses mental health at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The Duke of Cambridge is taking part in the Mental Health Matters...
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Kindness is the most prominent beauty in young people

We only see the health and beauty of young people, but it is difficult to see where their beauty originates from. At a...
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Parent-child relationship: Does Santa Claus Really Exist?

Ever since my son was three, my wife and I would always tell him that Santa Claus would send gifts every year on...
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How Video Games Can Become A Trap For Your Mind

Playing video games can be really satisfying some times. I mean, in some cases, video games can give you complete control over a...
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Art

Cosmos’ Divine Numbering–the Fibonacci Sequence (Part 1)

There’s a “divine” ratio that appears to be a kind of built-in numbering system to the cosmos—the Fibonacci sequence. In 1202 AD, Italian mathematician Leonardo...
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Andrea del Verrocchio: Leonardo Da Vinci’s Masterful Teacher

“Verrocchio was one of the first major multidisciplinary masters,” says Andrew Butterfield, the curator of Verrocchio: Sculptor and Painter of Renaissance Florence⁠—the first-ever monographic...
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Leonardo da Vinci: Celebrating his genius, 500 years on

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-NhwRYW3M4 He drew portraits for Italian dukes, painted for popes and died at the court of a French king. Leonardo da Vinci was an artist...
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Artistic Forms and Conceptions: Part II

Those with proficient traditional Chinese arts and crafts are respected as masters. Such masters passed down not only their craftsmanship but also methods to...
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Trend

Must Have Watches For 2019

The colors of time are featured at the latest Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie. CEOs from 35 exhibitors, business celebrities, retailers, and collectors attended...
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Diamonds of Eternal Value

Diamonds, an energy of the universe, stand for purity and eternity. When marveling at the window display of various diamond jewelry, few will think about...
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With Perfect Fusion of Tradition and Creativity - Blancpain Elevates Over...

In many ways, the story of Blancpain in present-day Switzerland bears a striking resemblance to the enduring dynasties of Chinese history. Among the many...
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There’s A New Giant in Town: The Volkswagen Atlas

The first thought that came to mind when I saw this car: “Oh look, I found Touareg’s brother! Or is it its cousin?”...
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Travel

Harge Uddar, a Nature Reserve at the Northen tip of Lake...

Harge Uddar is a collection of headlands in the southern part of Örebro county, in the municipality of Askersund, Sweden. The nature reserve lies...
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Breathe The Same Air as Angels at North Lake Tahoe

When Mark Twain visited Lake Tahoe, he described the air in the clouds as both “very pure and fine,” and “bracing and delicious.” In 1861,...
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Adventure Awaits in Scenic Oregon

As you make the 286-mile (457 km) journey through coastal Oregon, you’ll discover the story of a land founded on adventure — of treasures...
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Askersund, the Small Town with Great Charm

Right in the heart of Sweden, at the northern tip of Lake Vättern lies Askersund. Askersund is a small, idyllic, lakeside town with a quaint,...
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Cultural

φ Phi and the Ancient Golden Rectangle (Part 2)

The “divine” Fibonacci sequence (1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55…) is connected to the Golden Mean or Golden Ratio (φ Phi), which shows up everywhere in nature, and in...
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Cosmos’ Divine Numbering–the Fibonacci Sequence (Part 1)

There’s a “divine” ratio that appears to be a kind of built-in numbering system to the cosmos—the Fibonacci sequence. In 1202 AD, Italian mathematician Leonardo...
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Leonardo Da Vinci’s To-Do List & Limitless Passion

Leonardo Da Vinci would grasp his small notebook that always hang from his belt and sketch profusely, whenever he came across something eye catching,...
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Queen Elizabeth celebrates official birthday with Trooping of the Colour

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnRFJc1KmUM Queen Elizabeth II marked her official birthday on Saturday, June 8, 2019 with the Trooping of the Colour parade.  
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Science

There’s a bizarre group of shapeshifting objects at the center of...

They’re not stars. They’re not gas clouds. They’re something else. In 2012, black hole spectators thought they had hit the jackpot: a gas cloud, dubbed...
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The Golden Spiral—A Vortex of Laser Focus in Life (Part 3)

The best spiral diver in the world isn’t a professional pilot, but the humble falcon. When a falcon locks in on its prey, it...
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New Test to Measure The Expansion of Our Universe Provides Even...

Advances in astronomical observation over the past century have allowed scientists to construct a remarkably successful model of how the cosmos works. It makes...
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Scientists discover Snowball the cockatoo has 14 distinct dance moves

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMjr8MsB1qo A sulphur-crested cockatoo named Snowball garnered YouTube fame and headlines a decade ago for his uncanny ability to dance to the beat of the...
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