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Son Doong: The World's Biggest Cave

Son Doong: The World's Biggest Cave

In 2009, a team of British cavers investigated a recently uncovered cave in a remote Vietnamese jungle. The Son Doong cave is enormous; can it be larger than the current world-record holder? The explorers traveled for miles through the cave before hitting a 46-foot-high wall. Now, follow the team as they return to Son Doong to finish exploring the cave and climb the wall. Will Son Doong prove to be the worlds biggest cave? And what secrets are undiscovered inside this unique ecosystem?

Son Doong Cave
Amazing Photos of Serbia, The Hidden Gem of Europe

Amazing Photos of Serbia, The Hidden Gem of Europe



Serbia
The Best Supercars You Can Buy For Less Than $50K

The Best Supercars You Can Buy For Less Than $50K

Supercars are all about the aura. Their unattainable mystique made them poster-worthy when you were younger, and their unbridled power and quality components always put them at the top of the charts in performance. And yes, we all know they can easily cost a couple million to obtain. Except when they don't. So put away the re-mortgaging papers on your house—all nine of these cars are $50,000 or less.

Classic cars
The Most Astonishing Photos That Won Awards In 2014

The Most Astonishing Photos That Won Awards In 2014

The year did not disappoint for incredible photos of the awesome power of nature and glimpses into the human spirit. Take a look at some of the very best.

World
Reem Acra Pre-Fall Collection for 2015

Reem Acra Pre-Fall Collection for 2015



Reem Acra
When there is no driver, car interiors can go wild

When there is no driver, car interiors can go wild

It took a long time before car designers realized they didn't have to deal with a horse. That may sound funny, but the first “horseless carriages” looked just like, well, carriages. And it’s going to be just like that as we switch to self-driving cars. It’s a challenge that calls for out-of-the-box thinking.

Car design
A Pictorial History of Santa Claus

A Pictorial History of Santa Claus

Contrary to what many believe, Santa Claus as we know him today – sleigh riding, gift-giving, rotund and white bearded with his distinctive red suit trimmed with white fur – was not the creation of the Coca Cola Company. Although their Christmas advertising campaigns of the 1930s and 40s were key to popularising the image...

Santa Claus
North Korea proposes joint Sony hack inquiry with US

North Korea proposes joint Sony hack inquiry with US

North Korea has offered to hold a joint inquiry with the United States into a cyber-attack on Sony Pictures, strongly denying US claims that it is behind it.

Sony Pictures Entertainment hack
BMW i3 review: A city car for the future

BMW i3 review: A city car for the future

With the new i3 electric vehicle (EV) city car, BMW is making a pretty clear statement—the company is serious about designing and building cars properly adapted for the 21st century. It’s a radical departure from the Bavarian automaker’s mainstream offerings, looking like little else on the road. In fact, its looks alone are polarizing enough for some people to dismiss it instantly (looking at you, Senior Reviews Editor Lee Hutchinson). But keep an open mind about the i3's appearance, and you to...

BMW i3
GlobalView: Climate Change in Perspective

GlobalView: Climate Change in Perspective

A spin around the globe shows how our climate is changing -- and what we can do about it.

Climate change
Ismaaiyl Brinsley: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Ismaaiyl Brinsley: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Ismaaiyl Brinsley has been named as the suspect who shot two NYPD officers in broad daylight in Brooklyn's Bed Stuy neighborhood.

Breaking News
Heidi Klum for Sharper Image

Heidi Klum for Sharper Image

Behind-the-scenes with Heidi Klum at her Sharper Image "Gift Right" photo shoot...

Heidi Klum
The Masters of Photography: Rankin Edition

The Masters of Photography: Rankin Edition

The Macallan Masters of Photography is a new concept that will see the Macallan Single Malt Scotch Whisky collaborate with some of the world's most remarkabl...

Rankin (photographer)
The Knowledge: Eve Pollard on how to do mature chic - Telegraph

The Knowledge: Eve Pollard on how to do mature chic - Telegraph

The journalist, author and mature-fashion designer gives her advice on ageless dressing for older women

Eve Pollard
Apprentice star and ‘First lady of Fleet Street’ attend fundraising lunch - News - Ilford Recorder

Apprentice star and ‘First lady of Fleet Street’ attend fundraising lunch - News - Ilford Recorder

The so-called “First lady of Fleet Street” attended a glitzy lunch to raise funds for a care charity.

Eve Pollard
Andrew Gallimore by Rankin

Andrew Gallimore by Rankin

Rankin latest photography book, Andrew Gallimore by Rankin, a collaboration with pioneering make up artist Andrew Gallimore. From spiked faces to abstract, surrealist painted models the book is a feast for the eyes, and a lesson in just how creative beauty can be. Andrew masterfully turns model Georgie Hobday into a threadbare face, complete with flowing rosy lips and eyes that wouldn’t look out of place on a fairytale villain. Andrew, we salute you.

Rankin (photographer)
Heidi Klum's provocative Sharper Image ads are BANNED in Las Vegas for being 'too sexy' - YouTube

Heidi Klum's provocative Sharper Image ads are BANNED in Las Vegas for being 'too sexy' - YouTube

Heidi Klum's provocative Sharper Image ads are BANNED in Las Vegas for being 'too sexy' Heidi Klum's suggestive holiday campaign for electronics brand Sharpe...

Heidi Klum
Heidi Klum Is Too Sexy for the Las Vegas Airport | Yahoo Celebrity - Yahoo Celebrity

Heidi Klum Is Too Sexy for the Las Vegas Airport | Yahoo Celebrity - Yahoo Celebrity

A few weeks after Sharper Image debuted its holiday campaign featuring a scantily clad Heidi Klum, the ads were turned away from McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas.

Heidi Klum
The Most Googled Model of 2014 May Surprise You | Modelinia

The Most Googled Model of 2014 May Surprise You | Modelinia

Here at Modelinia though, we're far more interested in seeing how our favorite models faired across the Internet. Thanks to Style.com, we now have the answer!...

Fashion Model
Let's Get Out Of Here!: A-Z Challenge 2013: L is for Lucinda Dickey!

Let's Get Out Of Here!: A-Z Challenge 2013: L is for Lucinda Dickey!



Lucinda Dickey
How A Commercial Airplane Is Made

How A Commercial Airplane Is Made

Behind-the-Scenes of an Airbus A350 being built! Thanks to the folks at Airbus for bringing me to France, Germany, & the UK to visit their headquarters and facilities and see so much incredible engineering. As you can probably tell from this video, I was super excited to learn how airplanes are made and I hope you've enjoyed learning a little bit, too!

Airbus A350
Roman Military Equipment

Roman Military Equipment



Roman weapons
The Joys and Complications of Buying an Architectural Masterpiece

The Joys and Complications of Buying an Architectural Masterpiece

The upper floors of the Woolworth Building, arguably Cass Gilbert’s most famous creation, are turning residential; the Puck’s top floors, too. Zaha Hadid is finally adding her brand to the New York skyline with a condo on the High Line. Cross the city limits, and you’ll find glassy moderns by the likes of Philip Johnson and Jules Gregory for the price of a West Village two-bedroom (or less). Which is all to say it’s never been easier (if you have the cash) to hang your hat in an architectural ma...

Architecture
Viking women were most certainly not stay-at-home moms

Viking women were most certainly not stay-at-home moms

The traditional picture of Vikings is one of boatloads of hairy men pillaging their way along the coasts of Europe. Though true to some degree, this stereotype has more recently been tempered with the appreciation of Vikings as explorers and settlers, founding colonies from the Black Sea to Canada. Left out of this picture are Viking women, but with the results of state-of-the-art DNA sequencing techniques, geneticists from Norway and Sweden have provided a picture of the Viking world that revea...

Vikings
The Dominant Life Form in the Cosmos Is Probably Superintelligent Robots

The Dominant Life Form in the Cosmos Is Probably Superintelligent Robots

If and when we finally encounter aliens, they probably won’t look like little green men, or spiny insectoids. It’s likely they won’t be biological creatures at all, but rather, advanced robots that outstrip our intelligence in every conceivable way. While scores of philosophers, scientists and futurists have prophesied the rise of artificial intelligence and the impending singularity, most have restricted their predictions to Earth. Fewer thinkers—outside the realm of science fiction, that is—ha...

Extraterrestrial life
Sony Hacking: President Obama Says Company Made 'Mistake' in Canceling 'The Interview'

Sony Hacking: President Obama Says Company Made 'Mistake' in Canceling 'The Interview'

President Obama says Sony Pictures Entertainment made a "mistake" in canceling its planned release of the movie "The Interview" following a destructive cyber attack the U.S. government says was launched by North Korea. "Sony is a corporation. It suffered significant damage. There were threats against its employees. I’m sympathetic to the concerns that they faced," Obama said. "Having said all that, yes I think they made a mistake." "We cannot have a society in which some dictator in some place c...

North Korea–United States relations
15 of The Best Las Vegas Neighborhood Christmas Holiday Light Shows

15 of The Best Las Vegas Neighborhood Christmas Holiday Light Shows

15 of The Best Las Vegas Neighborhood Holiday Light Shows

Christmas
Top 10 List Of Medical Mysteries For 2014: The Events That Caused Our Readers To Gasp

Top 10 List Of Medical Mysteries For 2014: The Events That Caused Our Readers To Gasp

A woman born lacking a key part of her brain, a boy who loses his hunger, a man whose heart rotated in his chest: We bring you our most astounding stories from 2014.

Medical mysteries
Kate Upton named 'Sexiest Woman Alive' by People magazine

Kate Upton named 'Sexiest Woman Alive' by People magazine

IT’S official: Kate Upton is the sexiest woman on the planet. The US swimsuit model, best known for her revealing appearances in Sports Illustrated, was named People Magazine’s Sexiest Woman at an awards ceremony in Los Angeles overnight. “This is such an honour to me because sexy to me means someone who’s confident and happy,” said Upton, 22, as she accepted the honour, the magazine reports. Presenting the award, Grey’s Anatomy star Eric Dane praised Upton for her achievements.

Kate Upton
US: Sony Cyberattack is ‘Serious’ National Security Matter

US: Sony Cyberattack is ‘Serious’ National Security Matter

WASHINGTON— U.S. officials are treating a cyberattack on Sony Pictures as a "serious national security matter," with the National Security Council considering a proportionate response, the White House said Thursday. Evidence shows the attack against Sony was carried out by a "sophisticated actor," White House spokesman Josh Earnest said. But he declined to blame North Korea, saying the investigation is still progressing.

Sony Pictures Entertainment hack
Ojos Azules Cat | Breed History, Information and Pictures - Pet360 Pet Parenting Simplified

Ojos Azules Cat | Breed History, Information and Pictures - Pet360 Pet Parenting Simplified

The Ojos Azules, which means "blue eyes" in Spanish, is a rare medium-sized cat breed that first appeared among feral cat populations in New Mexico.

Ojos Azules
Banks Lotus Europa 62 - Rallycross UK

Banks Lotus Europa 62 - Rallycross UK

Stuart Deeley's Europa 62 on a rally cross event in the UK.

Lotus 62
Nobel Prize for the brain's GPS discovery

Nobel Prize for the brain's GPS discovery

The Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine has been awarded to three scientists who discovered the brain's "GPS system". UK-based researcher Prof John O'Keefe as well as May-Britt Moser and Edvard Moser share the award. They discovered how the brain knows where we are and is able to navigate from one place to another. Their findings may help explain why Alzheimer's disease patients cannot recognise their surroundings.

Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
The New Sound of Crowd Control

The New Sound of Crowd Control

An LRAD is a long-range acoustic device, a powerful portable speaker designed to scare people away with sound, and it's becoming increasingly popular among police departments. It is often described by critics as a sound cannon, offering a user “the ability to issue clear, authoritative verbal commands, followed with powerful deterrent tones.”

Long Range Acoustic Device
These Dreamers Are Actually Making Progress Building Elon's Hyperloop

These Dreamers Are Actually Making Progress Building Elon's Hyperloop

When Elon Musk unveiled his idea for the Hyperloop in August of 2013, no one seemed sure what the next step would be. The Tesla Motors and SpaceX CEO dropped a 57-page alpha white paper on us, noting he didn’t really have the time to build a revolutionary transit system that would shoot pods full of people around the country in above-ground tubes at 800 mph. Fortunately for futurists and people who enjoy picking apart complicated plans, an El Segundo, California-based startup has taken Musk up o...

Hyperloop
NASA has emailed a wrench to astronauts in space

NASA has emailed a wrench to astronauts in space

Responding to International Space Station (ISS) astronauts’ need for a wrench, NASA solved the problem by emailing a digital file to the ISS. The astronauts then 3D printed the tool. In a post on Backchannel, Mike Chen, founder of Made In Space explained how the process worked. Made in Space is a Silicon Valley startup that built the 3D printer that was shipped to the ISS in September. In November, the first-ever 3D-printed part was, yes, made in space.

3D printing
Can You Balance on One Leg? You May Have Lower Stroke Risk

Can You Balance on One Leg? You May Have Lower Stroke Risk

If you can't balance on one leg for at least 20 seconds you may be at risk of a stroke, Japanese researchers suggest. Difficulty standing on one leg may indicate that small strokes or tiny bleeds have already occurred, which means the risk for more serious strokes is high, the investigators reported online Dec. 18 in the journal Stroke.

Stroke
10 Animals That Can Predict Disasters

10 Animals That Can Predict Disasters

Changes in certain animals can signal earthquakes, tornadoes, heat waves and more.

Interesting & Weird Animals
'New Girl' Season 4: Hannah Simone didn't want to be pitted against Zooey Deschanel's Jess - Zap2it | News & Features

'New Girl' Season 4: Hannah Simone didn't want to be pitted against Zooey Deschanel's Jess - Zap2it | News & Features

'And so I remember when I read the pilot and my character was introduced,' says 'New Girl's' Hannah Simone of her character, Cece. 'And she's introduced into this series as showing up at the loft, sitting these three boys down and being like, 'I wasn't born yesterday.'

Hannah Simone
TIME for Thanks: Here's What Hannah Simone Is Thankful For

TIME for Thanks: Here's What Hannah Simone Is Thankful For

This year, TIME asked public figures to reflect on what they're thankful for. Hannah Simone wrote about her feminist dad and Indian heritage.

Hannah Simone