For the 30 percent of us that experience motion sickness, AsapSCIENCE explains why you can't read the hours away during your cross country road trip and hold down your lunch.
Since Hollywood seems to have a lot more experience at it than anyone else, here's the cinematic explanation of time travel.
More formal than their original yellow boot, although still casual enough for everyday wear, the Timberland Kendrick Boot is versatile enough to fit in anywhere. An upper crafted from premium full-grain leather paired with recycled rubber lug outsoles form a stylish silhouette, while an OrthoLite insole provides comfort for all-day wear. The lace-up front offers the look of a classic trench boot, but a convenient side-zip allows for a swift getaway.
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You know what you want from a towel, but they rarely deliver. The Onsen Bath Towels, however, check all the boxes that matter. Each one is lightweight, yet is made from cotton that is twice as strong as the regular stuff. Onsen uses extra-long staple Supima cotton, which is grown in America and among the finest in the world. The key to this obsessively designed towel isn't what they added, but rather what they eliminated. Most towels go through a chemical bathing process so that they feel soft and fluffy. Not Onsen. Instead of short-lived softness that washes away, Onsen relies on premium natural materials and an old school softening process normally reserved for high-end apparel. Why does this matter? Because this is a towel that actually gets softer over time, the opposite of any towel we've ever seen.
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Photographer Thomas Shahan gets up close and personal with insects while he introduces you to the world of high magnification macro photography.
Finally, a football highlight that doesn't include a replacement ref tampering with your fantasy score, even if it is intramural flag football. Sour Lemons quarterback threw a 30-yard, behind the back touchdown pass that probably left the opposing team feeling a little bitter.