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What Is a Deload, and When Do You Need One?

Even among professional athletes, nobody works out at 100% effort every single week. There are times to rest and recover, often for a week or more, and you and I can apply this principle to our routines, as well. Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Let’s Figure Out If The Forest Service Can Move The Moon

There’s been remarkable video bouncing around the internet this week, and it’s surprising because this video has no adorable goats or cars flipping over or even a dude getting whacked in the junk by some flying something. It’s just a person in front of a bookshelf talking to another person in front of a wall. […]

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United Tapped A Startup To Build 15 Supersonic Jets That Would Cut Flight Times In Half

United Airlines announced a plan to buy 15 supersonic jets from a still-in-testing startup Thursday, returning the hope of supersonic travel to commercial customers 18 years after the Concorde last took the skies. Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Should You Use a White Noise Machine to Get Your Baby to Sleep?

Sleep is top of mind for most new parents. They’re not always going to be able to sleep when the baby sleeps, what with all the bottles that need to be cleaned and the laundry that needs to be done, but if they ever want to rest, the baby needs to rest quite a bit, […]

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Should You Use a White Noise Machine to Get Your Baby to Sleep?

Sleep is top of mind for most new parents. They’re not always going to be able to sleep when the baby sleeps, what with all the bottles that need to be cleaned and the laundry that needs to be done, but if they ever want to rest, the baby needs to rest quite a bit, […]

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Someone Is Fixing Their Car Using A Homemade Wood Engine Crane. Let’s Do Math To See How Safe (Or Not) It Is

Owning cars can be hard, but it’s the people who brave through the struggle who do the most for car culture. Among those people is this hero in Seattle who built an engine crane out of two-by-six planks. It’s incredible. Let’s look into how safe it is.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Cool Tool: Locate Where That Terrible Noise Is Coming From With A ChassisEAR

Over the past few weeks we’ve looked at heat-shrink self-solder butt-splice connectors for quick wiring projects, the Mini-Ductor II for rusty bolt removal and automatic wire strippers for the perfect wire cut every time. This week’s cool tool, the ChassisEAR, turns you into a car doctor so you can find out where that…Read more… Continue […]

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Traffic Noise Could Hurt More Than Your Ears

Urbanization has its ups and downs, which mostly have to do with how the environment affects our physical wellbeing. Big cities have the best food, but they have pollution in many forms, and it turns out noise pollution is dangerous beyond causing harm to our hearing.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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How to DIY a Home Recording Studio

If you are a podcaster, musician, or actor working during the pandemic, having an in-home recording studio of some kind could be essential to your business. This year, the majority of recording work has moved into our homes, but often still demands professional-grade sound. Unfortunately, creating a home studio is not…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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