Video Shows New York City’s 1940s Subway

Video Shows New York City’s 1940s Subway

The New York Transit Museum archives have this vintage video produced by the NY Transportation Board in 1949 about the New York City subway system. 00

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Why Flight Attendants Avoid Airplane Tap Water?

Why Flight Attendants Avoid Airplane Tap Water?

If you’re on an airplane and the food cart comes by — should you order any drinks? 00

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This Bear’s Paintings Are So Good That He Was Given His Own Art Show

This Bear’s Paintings Are So Good That He Was Given His Own Art Show

Juuso is a 17-year-old brown bear who can paint. 11 of his original works are being sold in a Helsinki gallery. 00

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UPS Wants To Turn Its Delivery Trucks Into Motherships For Autonomous Drones

UPS Wants To Turn Its Delivery Trucks Into Motherships For Autonomous Drones

On Monday, UPS unveiled its latest innovation in package delivery technology. In a test conducted near Tampa, Florida, UPS showed off a new hybrid-electric package truck with a drone nest built into its roof. In effect, UPS wants to turn their delivery trucks into drone motherships. 00

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Moment Lenses Review

Moment Lenses Review

Wide, Tele, and Macro lenses are the only mobile lenses in the world that don’t distort your picture. Perfect for better photos and video. 00

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This $35 Million Penthouse Is Located Inside A Clock Tower

This $35 Million Penthouse Is Located Inside A Clock Tower

Ever wanted to live in a Disney movie? Check out this beautiful $35 million penthouse located inside an actual functioning clock tower in New York City. 00

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Google Map Tips

Google Map Tips

Google Maps is one of the best mapping services available. It offers directions, traffic, and even public transit schedules. But it also has a lot of features hidden beneath its surface. Here are just a few. 00

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Everything We Know About The Next iPhone

Everything We Know About The Next iPhone

Since the iPhone 7 was announced, rumors have been circulating about what Apple will cram into its next iPhone. Here’s a round up of everything we’ve heard that Apple might introduce in the next iPhone. 00

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Snow Tire Chains Have Great Traction

Snow Tire Chains Have Great Traction

These chains are helping to keep truckers safe in dangerous winter weather. Once inclement weather threatens a driver’s safety, chainwheels are lowered next to each wheel. 00

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Paper Marbling

Paper Marbling

This footage from the 1970s shows the incredible technique the Cockerell and Son firm used to marble paper. 00

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Former NYPD Forensic Artist Shows How To Draw A “Bad Guy Sketch”

Former NYPD Forensic Artist Shows How To Draw A “Bad Guy Sketch”

Composite drawings, or “bad guy sketches,” are a long-standing form of crime-solving. Former NYPD forensic artist Stephen Mancusi met with Business Insider at his studio to explain how the process works. The drawings are produced through an interview process with a witness or a victim as the artist translates the...

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Jeff Sachs Explains Fiscal Policies Needed So Robots Don’t Take Jobs

Jeff Sachs Explains Fiscal Policies Needed So Robots Don’t Take Jobs

JEFF SACHS: Here are the fiscal policies we need to implement so robots don’t take our jobs. 00

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World’s First Fully-Manned Hoverbike Tested In Moscow

World’s First Fully-Manned Hoverbike Tested In Moscow

Hoversurf, the Russian creators of the first manned quadcopter released test flight footage of their newest generation flying bike, ‘Scorpion 3’ in Moscow 00

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How To Survive Long Flights?

How To Survive Long Flights?

Long flights can be tough on the mind and body. These eight tips might help those hours pass a little more bearably and leave you in better condition when you arrive at your destination. 00

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Why Some Kernel Popcorns Don’t Pop?

Why Some Kernel Popcorns Don’t Pop?

No matter if it’s popcorn you’ve ordered at the theaters or popcorn you’ve cooked in the microwave, there always seems to be leftover kernels that didn’t turn into popcorn. Physicist and author of “Storm in a Teacup: The physics of everyday life,” Helen Czerski, explains the science behind this mysterious...

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Payday Lending Is A $30 Billion Industry

Payday Lending Is A $30 Billion Industry

“The Unbanking of America” author Lisa Servon explains how payday loans exploded in popularity between the years of 2002-2012, growing from $10 billion to $30 billion. 00

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Here’s How Quickly An Ikea Refugee Shelter Can Be Built

Here’s How Quickly An Ikea Refugee Shelter Can Be Built

IKEA’s Better Shelter is a temporary housing solution for the displaced. 30,000 of them are already being used. 00

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3D Printed Airplane Wing

3D Printed Airplane Wing

This is the world’s largest 3D-printed object. It was printed at Oak Ridge National Lab, and took 30 hours to make. It’s a tool that will help Boeing build aircraft wings. Preliminary tests show it’s lighter, cheaper, and just as strong as the current tool. 00

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Game Of Thrones Locations

Game Of Thrones Locations

Westeros may be a fictional world, but you can actually visit many of the famous locations from the series in the real world. For example, King’s Landing sits on the coast of the Adriatic Sea in Croatia, and Winterfell is an 18th-century castle in Northern Ireland. Here’s a look at...

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Dream Big: Engineering Our World

Dream Big: Engineering Our World

The latest eye-popping IMAX film focuses on man made, not natural, wonders and some of the unlikely people creating them. Rick Damigella reports. 00

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Why You Should Probably Avoid Hand Dryers In Public Restrooms

Why You Should Probably Avoid Hand Dryers In Public Restrooms

We looked at a study conducted by the University of Leeds School of Medicine that analyzed the effects of hand dryers and found some unsettling results. We reached out to Dyson, which makes one of the hand dryers featured in this video. 00

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Doritos Were Originally Disneyland Trash

Doritos Were Originally Disneyland Trash

In the early days of Disneyland, a restaurant named Casa de Fritos invented Doritos by repurposing stale tortillas they bought from a local vendor. The chips proved to be so popular they were eventually rolled out nationally by Frito-Lay in 1966. 00

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NASA Study On Proxima Centauri B

NASA Study On Proxima Centauri B

When Proxima Centauri b was first discovered, many scientists had high hopes for it to inhabit living organisms. However, a new study published in The Astrophysical Journal Letters shows that we probably shouldn’t expect too much. 00

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Colonizing Mars Could Spark Evolution

Colonizing Mars Could Spark Evolution

If humans ever successfully colonize Mars, how would their biology change? An evolutionary biologist at Rice University and author of book “Future Humans: Inside the Science of Our Continuing Evolution,” Scott Solomon, explains how humans might evolve on Mars and what significance that could have for humans left on Earth....

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Pokemon Go Update Announcement Includes 80 New Pokemon

Pokemon Go Update Announcement Includes 80 New Pokemon

This is the moment Pokémon GO fans have been waiting for since Summer 2016. Niantic has finally announced the release of Gen 2 Pokémon into the wild. Along with the new Pokémon are a number of enhancements to the app and new items that will affect how you play. Here’s...

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The Best Way To Cut A Bagel

The Best Way To Cut A Bagel

We wanted to know if it was possible to use math to make a delicious, mess free bagel. So we brought in Eugenia Cheng, a mathematician and the author of “Beyond Infinity.” She’s even been on the “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”. 00

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The Alpha Dog MYTH Leading Countless Owners To Mistreat Their Dogs

The Alpha Dog MYTH Leading Countless Owners To Mistreat Their Dogs

Do you think of yourself as the alpha dog of the house? Do you think it’s important to assert your dominance over your dog? Well, you’re in for a surprise. 00

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A Nutritionist Explains Which Foods Make Your Skin Look Healthier

A Nutritionist Explains Which Foods Make Your Skin Look Healthier

Andy Bellatti is a registered nutritionist based in Las Vegas. He reveals the various types of foods that make your skin healthier and which nutrients improve your skin. 00

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Here’s Why China Isn’t More Outspoken About Nuclear North Korea

Here’s Why China Isn’t More Outspoken About Nuclear North Korea

Richard Haass, president of the Council of Foreign Relations, and author of “A World in Disarray” spoke with Senior Editor Josh Barro about China’s rhetoric on North Korea’s nuclear capabilities. 00

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Olympic Rio Stadium

Olympic Rio Stadium

Maracanã Stadium, which held the opening and closing ceremonies and several of the Rio Olympics’ biggest events, is abandoned and plagued by looters, and Julio de Lamare Aquatic Park’s warm-up pools are filled with stagnant water that has turned green. Organizer’s blame the Olympic Park’s troubles on Brazil’s recession. 00

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Tiny Camera Gets Perfect Shot

Tiny Camera Gets Perfect Shot

Will Burrard-Lucas struggled to get the perfect wildlife shot for years. So, he created the BeetleCam, a four-wheeled buggy to get close to lions, elephants, and leopards without physically being there. 00

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A Nutritionist Explains Which Foods You Should Buy Organically

A Nutritionist Explains Which Foods You Should Buy Organically

Andy Bellatti is a registered nutritionist based in Las Vegas. He explains which types of fruits and vegetables are better to buy organically. 00

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US Navy Test Missile

US Navy Test Missile

The SM-3 Block IIA Interceptor Missile was designed to intercept and destroy other missiles. Watch its first intercept test as another missile was launched from Hawaii that the SM-3 was able to track and destroy. 00

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Safest Way To Walk On Ice

Safest Way To Walk On Ice

As winter storms roll through, folks who live in icy areas have to re-acquaint themselves with how to navigate a slick icy surface. For some, it comes naturally. For others, that tailbone is going to take a beating. When in doubt, just remember: Walk like the penguins. 00

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7 Lesser Known Benefits Of Amazon Prime

7 Lesser Known Benefits Of Amazon Prime

If you have Amazon Prime, you probably already use its free 2-day shipping and Instant Video services. However, there are many other benefits as well. Here are 7 that you may not have even known you had access to. 00

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5 Surprising Foods That Have A Ton Of Sugar In Them

5 Surprising Foods That Have A Ton Of Sugar In Them

New York Times best-selling author, Gary Taubes, explores the many reasons sugar should be avoided in his new book, The Case Against Sugar. He discusses certain foods that have high sugar content, which many people may not realize. 00

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How To Make Olive Garden’s Famous Breadsticks

How To Make Olive Garden’s Famous Breadsticks

The Olive Garden breadstick is the most coveted item on their menu. With some ingredients you probably have at home, you can make your own pretty easily. 00

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Winter Storm Niko Time Lapse

Winter Storm Niko Time Lapse

Winter Storm Niko hit New York City on the morning of February 9th. The city wound up with about 9″ of snow here’s a time-lapse showing just how intense the snowfall got. 00

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The Origin Of The Ampersand

The Origin Of The Ampersand

The “&” was first seen in Pompeian graffiti in first century A.D. and rose in popularity until ampersand was added to the dictionary in 1837. 00

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Stunning Drone Footage Of 2018 Winter Olympics In South Korea Venue

Stunning Drone Footage Of 2018 Winter Olympics In South Korea Venue

With the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea set to begin one year from today, here’s a look at some of the sites and venues of the Games. 00

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New Solar Flares Detected By Nasa

New Solar Flares Detected By Nasa

NASA’s Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope can now detect solar flares occuring on the side of the sun it cannot see. This could help scientists better understand solar storms and improve forecasts for future outbursts. 00

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Incredible Footage Of A Tornado Hitting NASA’s New Orleans Facility

Incredible Footage Of A Tornado Hitting NASA’s New Orleans Facility

On February 7, 2017 a tornado hit NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans. Employees shot video of the tornado and its aftermath. 00

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The Reason Why You Should Eat Your Egg Shells

The Reason Why You Should Eat Your Egg Shells

The vast majority of people who consume eggs throw away their shells. However, consuming eggshells can provide essential nutrition. This video shows the benefits of eating eggshells and how to consume them properly. 00

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The Third Co Founder Of Apple

The Third Co Founder Of Apple

On April 1, 1976, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and a third man you may have never heard of, Ronald Wayne founded the Apple Computer Company. The company’s ownership was originally divided among the trio, with Wozniak and Jobs each owning 45% and Wayne owning a 10% stake. But after just...

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Adorable Tiny House Fixed In A Van

Adorable Tiny House Fixed In A Van

This three-bedroom home fits into a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van. It was created by Jack Richens to be the perfect mobile home. He built it for only $18,500. 00

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We Dropped An iPhone Of A Ladder 11 Times

We Dropped An iPhone Of A Ladder 11 Times

A company called RhinoShield reached out to us about their CrashGuard Bumper Case, telling us that their small lightweight case could protect a phone from drops of up to 20 feet. 00

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How Moon Was Formed ?

How Moon Was Formed ?

On July 16, 1945 humans detonated our first nuclear weapon. Code named Trinity, the detonation released the energy equivalent to 20 kilotons of TNT and was hot enough to turn sand into glass. 00

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Amazon Rainforest Designs Created 200 Years Ago

Amazon Rainforest Designs Created 200 Years Ago

The Amazon isn’t as pristine as you might think. Turns out, humans have been changing its landscape for thousands of years. 00

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Luxurious Airport Lounge In New York

Luxurious Airport Lounge In New York

Step through the sliding glass doors of Etihad Airways’ Terminal 4 lounge in JFK, and you will find a sprawling space dedicated to the comfort of their premium passengers. We got access to the lounge to check out everything it has to offer, including a secret lounge within the lounge....

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Most Dangerous Countries In The World For Tourists

Most Dangerous Countries In The World For Tourists

If you are thinking of traveling to another country, then you should definitely consult the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) to gauge whether or not a country is a potential target for terrorism. 00

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