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.
The Timex brand goes back more than 160 years to Waterbury, CT, and the original headquarters is part of the inspiration behind the Waterbury World Time watch. Powered by Intelligent Quartz technology, which allows it to tell more than just time on an analog dial, the Waterbury is a natural choice for travelers with its ability to display time zones for 24 major cities around the world. It also boasts a stainless steel case, INDIGLO night-light, and water resistance up to 100 meters. Available in cream or black and green, it's a fresh take on an enduring classic.
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Inspired by the United States 10th Mountain Division Alpinists, the Alps & Meters Alpine Anorak offers superior protection with a vintage aesthetic. The exterior is constructed from a durable British Millerain Chera 8 waxed canvas with reinforced shoulder panels. A waterproof internal membrane keeps your dry, while side vents create a breathable layer. The classic design is finished with a hood, face guard, and contrasting orange lace front that also provide additional protection from the elements.
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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.