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Everyone, from little children, through teens and young adults to elderly, belongs to one of the ‘chronotypes’. You can be a more or less extreme lark (phase-advanced, tend to wake up and fall asleep early), a more or less extreme owl (phase-delayed, tend to wake up and fall asleep late). You can be something in between – some kind of “median” (I don’t want to call this normal, because the whole spectrum is normal) chronotype.
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The moon may be 1.3 light-seconds away, but why on earth do we measure distances using time? Minute Physics provides an energetic and entertaining view of old and new problems in physics — all in a minute!
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There are a few things in this world that we can always rely on as constants: The sun will always rise each morning, the seasons will always change and time will inevitably march forward at its predictable clip. Except the sun doesn’t actually rise, seasons are disappearing and time … well, see, time is tricky, too.
Some people end up buying and peeling an onion and a head of garlic when they only need a portion of that for their recipe and end up tossing the rest, only to need it again a few days later. Freezing a puree of garlic, onion, and olive oil means that not only do you avoid this wasteful routine, but you can prepare several months worth when the ingredients are on sale.
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The internet is a wonderful thing but let’s faces it, we have become more and more dependent on the ability to stay connected to our friends, our job or anything that we care to be involved in. Today’s world practically forces us to stay in front of a computer all day long, but have you ever wondered how you spent your time and money online? Or even more importantly, how will you do it in 2012?
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In 54 wide-ranging lists, TIME surveys the highs and lows, the good and the bad, of the past 12 months: