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Thu June 20, 2019
(BBC-US)
 
 
 
Parkinson's can now be identified 15 to 20 years before symptoms appear
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(KTLA Los Angeles)
 
 
 
Bee worst
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Wed June 19, 2019
(Washington Post)
 
 
 
Fifty astronauts describe the awesomeness of zero-G life: beautiful views, playing with your food. Nothing about sex in space, though
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(The Next Web)
 
 
 
It's about impermanence in digital gaming storefronts
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(PC Games N)
 
 
 
EA renames loot boxes as "surprise mechanics" and says they're quite ethical
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(Tech Xplore)
 
 
 
Miniature robots? In my colon? It's more likely than you think to check for cancer in the future
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(CBS News)
 
 
 
Swallowing household cosmetics sends thousands of kids to the ER each year. Can you really blame the kids when they see a makeup case labeled "Pancake"?
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
Hyenas once roamed the Canadian Arctic. Who's laughing now, global warming deniers?
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(Medical Xpress)
 
 
 
France has lowest levels of trust in vaccines globally. Louis Pasteur pleure
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(CNBC)
 
 
 
The perfect scientific study
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(Science Daily)
 
 
 
You're gonna be waiting a loooonnnnnnngggg time for those protons to decay. OTOH, monopoles
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
New Edition of Monopoly comes with a voice controlled banker to reduce cheating. No word if the voice assistant will also force everybody to play by the proper rules
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(YouTube)
 
 
 
Maybe you need a refresher course. It's all gyroscopes nowadays
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(StudyFinds)
 
 
 
Fathers today are more engaged with their kids than ever before. Except for Woody Allen, who became engaged to his own daughter in 1996
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(YouTube)
 
 
 
Here are the world's worst smells. Your college roommate's nasty low top Chucks surprisingly absent
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(MSN)
 
 
 
This robot will make any car a self-driving car, and may put your driving skills to shame
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(EurekAlert)
 
 
 
Scientists challenge the notion of binary sexuality with naming of a new plant species. Of course it's a tomato - we still don't know if it's a vegetable or a fruit
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(Clarion-Ledger)
 
 
 
Mississippi has the second slowest internet speed in the country. Which is no big deal since the only web pages accessed are for the NRA, recipes for grits and how to spell "Mississippi"
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(NASA)
 
 
 
NASA decides that watching movies is too easy so they embark on a new evil scheme: Getting two droids and a man to spread a whole bunch iron filings all over the center part of the Milky Way Galaxy. So worth it
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(The Conversation)
 
 
 
Want to be a healthy and happy farker? Choose a conscientious partner (and let them do all the heavy lifting)
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(EurekAlert)
 
 
 
A wearable device reveals how seals prepare for diving. No, it's not called the 'Flipperbit' (but it totally should be)
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
There are actually sunken WW1 battleships up for sale on eBay, but the shipping will kill you
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(Newsweek)
 
 
 
Astronomers have discovered two new "Earth-like" planets orbiting a star just 12.5 light-years away. Walmart, Starbucks, McDonald's already building rocketships
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Just don't bother with clothes anymore
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(Marketwatch)
 
 
 
People who post 'God' and 'pray' on Facebook are more likely to develop the 'beetus. It's like they're calling down the thunder
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(Wired)
 
 
 
Hospitals aren't ready for a mass-casualty wildfire. Butter storage isn't cheap
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(The Register)
 
 
 
Samsung tweets on checking your smart TV for viruses, then deletes it. It's like they know something already
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Good news: 56 new species found. Bad news: in Australia
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(Engadget)
 
 
 
YouTube augmented reality lets you try makeup during tutorials, which is way easier than stealing it from your wife
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(Poughkeepsie Journal)
 
 
 
And like that, biology is now your favorite subject
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Locally-based Haitian social entrepreneurs are empowering disaster-stricken villages with the voodoo they do so well
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(The Conversation)
 
 
 
What is "The Trebek Effect," Alex?
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(EurekAlert)
 
 
 
Egg-sucking sea slug named after Muppets creator Jim Henson. It's not easy being sacoglossan
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
A worm with eyes in its head and bottom found off the Scottish coast, is currently competing weighing job offers from Donnie and Boris
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
A new study shows how marine life recovered after the dinosaurs died. Things are looking up - in a few million years or so
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(Medical Xpress)
 
 
 
You've let Alexa into your life. Now let her into your heart
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(FOX6Now)
 
 
 
Star Wars fanatics drop $25,000 for a droid from Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge
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(The Daily Beast)
 
 
 
Meet the bankrollers of the pro-plague movement
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
Are we addicted to the 'like' button? You submitted this earlier from multiple links with better headlines
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(The Register)
 
 
 
We haven't heard anything from aliens, so here's a petabyte of signals for you to go play with
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(9News (Australia))
 
 
 
Scientists find new type of sea creature with a mysterious digestion system that eats stones, poops out sand. No word yet on whether it can turn out perfectly cut diamonds
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(Vice)
 
 
 
If you must cheat on tests, at least build a special pen so you'll ace them
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(Syfy)
 
 
 
What color are these spheres?
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(The New York Times)
 
 
 
Scientists discover that octopus arms and human legs have their development guided by the same genes. There is an elegant explanation for this, but it implies the Earth is more than 6000 years old and that is just too much for some little snowflakes
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(The Weather Channel)
 
 
 
Even the tornados are backwards in South Dakota
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Tue June 18, 2019
(MSN)
 
 
 
NASA satellite captures Pink Floyd
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(Ars Technica)
 
 
 
After a series of embarrassing satellite failures, Vlad the Putin has come up with the following surefire solution. It is A) build better satellites or B) forbid release of info related to Russian satellite health?
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(Mashable)
 
 
 
Well, guess I have to take "having sex with a ladybug" off of my to do list
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(Engadget)
 
 
 
Ruin parties with screaming repercussions and endless fights with the new Pictionary Air
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(Carl Sagan Portal)
 
 
 
Explore NASA's deepest secrets in the Tuesday Night Science Channel Discussion Thread, 9PM Eastern
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