South African Wayde van Niekerk chopped 15 hundredths of a second off Michael Johnson’s 400m record, set in 1999, en route to a dominating gold medal performance in Rio.
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Anachronistic music pieces have always been part of the glittery spectacle that comes with Baz Luhrmann’s films. It’s hard to think ofMoulin Rouge! without picturing Nicole Kidman’s consumption-stricken cabaret star soaring high above her admirers singing “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend,” or wonder if West Egg parties would have gotten a hard pass if The Great Gatsby’s soundtrack hadn’t been executive produced by Jay Z.
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Being creative is a muscle–it needs to be worked in order to stay active.
But just like a muscle, it can also get used to the same exercises if you aren’t careful to change things up every now and then.
If you’re ever stuck in a rut, try one of these:
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Researchers in the United Kingdom have discovered how HIV’s protective shell helps it invade healthy cells without being detected by the immune system.
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MAKE NO MISTAKE: Drones are coming, and they’re going to change a lot of things about how we shape our lives. So why shouldn’t we change how we shape our buildings to get ready for them?
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Most people are aware of the fact that abdominal fat is really difficult to eliminate and requires a lot of effort.
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If you are active on a social media site, watch television, listen to the radio or … well, if you’ve been conscious for the last two months, you have been bombarded by information about the presidential election. In fact, you’ve likely received so much information that you may be burnt out and ready to check out.
Continue reading Voting Is A Right, Exercise It Wisely →