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Sun March 13, 2016
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(The Hollywood Reporter)
 
 
 
Paramount now claims that the Klingon Language is copyrighted and if you want to speak Klingon in your fanfilms you must pay
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(Jezebel)
 
 
 
Neil deGrasse Tyson starts Twitter war over cat penises and duck vaginas. Looks like we've got a badass over here
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(LA Times)
 
 
 
♪ And the world will be better for this... ♪
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(Gizmodo UK)
 
 
 
"What looks like a prop from a steampunk movie is actually a partially decellularised heart in a bioreactor. And this heart has the potential to save the lives of heart attack patients"
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(Vice)
 
 
 
The case against the case against Daylight Savings Time, in case we haven't lost enough time today already
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(IT World)
 
 
 
AlphaGo has finally been defeated. Apparently it doesn't perform so well "when it has to play with black pieces and has to start the board game." Also it wasn't trying anyway, so it doesn't count
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(Ars Technica)
 
 
 
Scientists find that "good cholesterol" can sometimes be bad. Even politicians don't flip flop on the issues as much as health researchers
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Sat March 12, 2016
(CNN)
 
 
 
Therapy cats are a thing; however, it's unclear how a creature which hates all of humanity can help someone
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(SacBee)
 
 
 
New study finds 46% of California residents are at risk of getting Type 2 diabetes. The other 54% were unavailable because they had to take their daily insulin shots
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(Ars Technica)
 
 
 
About that JAVA security hole we fixed 30 months ago? Uh, nevermind. We'll get it next time
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(Fox News)
 
 
 
Astronaut Scott Kelly hangs it up after hanging around in space for a year
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(Science Magazine)
 
 
 
Someone's going to get the pointy end of the stick. You want to make sure the right entity gets it. Especially when you're dealing with a surprise nuclear attack. Wait, there are other kinds of nuclear attacks?
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(Sparkonit)
 
 
 
Harvard engineers have designed a new type of material that can be programmed to change its shape, size and stiffness. The material can collapse into a flat sheet to withstand the weight of an elephant without breaking, and pop right back up
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(SafeBee)
 
 
 
It turns out a peanut-rich diet may have helped stop Jimmy Carter's brain cancer. Just kidding. It was a revolutionary new pharmaceutical drug that you'll probably never be able to afford if the same thing happens to you
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(Science Alert)
 
 
 
The latest from the land of NOPE: A palm-sized spider that can swim and catch fish
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Researchers have no idea why their solar supercondenser works, but that's not going to stop them
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Fri March 11, 2016
(Washington Post)
 
 
 
Man arrested for developing and selling elixir that will kill cancer
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(Metro)
 
 
 
Study concludes it's best not to wake up grumpy. Let her sleep
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Have a nice trip. See you next fall
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(Chicago Sun-Times)
 
 
 
Legos can only make Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry cooler
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(ZDNet)
 
 
 
Ballmer: still no cure for cancer, and I love it
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(The New York Times)
 
 
 
If you ever wake up in a bathtub full of ice and missing a kidney, the good news is that it'll be just as easy for you to find a suitable donor
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(The Stack)
 
 
 
Amazon decides that your credit card account isn't vulnerable enough, decides to insert spiffy, hackable robot between you and your money
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(Is There Any Deal)
 
 
 
Your work week's almost done and here's the Friday Fark Gaming Thread to make that last day go by even faster. What have you been playing this week? Did you get hooked on the new Master of Orion? Some "just one more day" in Stardew Valley? Tell us
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(Slash Gear)
 
 
 
The strange and facepalmy saga of the Coleco Chameleon (short version)
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(Science Alert)
 
 
 
Could you eat a bus, according to science? Yes, says the man who ate a computer, a pair of skis, and an aeroplane
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(Geek.com)
 
 
 
Any reason why you chose the GIRLS restroom, Square Enix?
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
Scientists find a possible cure for cancer, corny Fark headlines
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(LA Times)
 
 
 
Old and busted: Plastic. New hotness: Bacteria
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(Digital Trends)
 
 
 
If for some reason you're still using Adobe Flash (despite the dozens and dozens of warnings), a new vulnerability has been discovered
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Thu March 10, 2016
(WHNT Huntsville)
 
 
 
Jeff Bezos says he'll put people in space in two years. One year if they have Amazon Prime
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
You had me at 'shoulder-mounted bazooka that ignites and blasts fireworks into the sky'
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(Discovery)
 
 
 
Comet Siding Spring ruffled Mars' magnetic field like Willem Dafoe's dress over a subway grate
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(Purdue Exponent)
 
 
 
Supersonic ping-pong balls. For science. And Jimmy Fallon. Not necessarily in that order
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(ABC News)
 
 
 
Remember Peeple the "Yelp for people" app? It's actually out now because they totally fixed it and what could possibly go wrong anyway
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(GameInformer)
 
 
 
Finally A good use for VR headsets. Virtual pinball
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(PCWorld)
 
 
 
Opera getting into the ad blocking business
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(Men's Health (UK))
 
 
 
Is your health tracker stealing your data so it can be sold? Probably
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
Darth Jar Jar? Mesa say 'Noooooooooooo'
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(MSN)
 
 
 
U.S. Navy excited its $13 billion dollar aircraft carrier actually, you know, works
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(The New York Times)
 
 
 
Rare Walt Whitman soldier letter found in national archives by Archives volunteer. Unclear if letter was found while volunteer was sitting on the can
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(Business Insider)
 
 
 
Bill Gates never attended any of the classes he signed up for at Harvard - and got A's anyway
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(Daily Dot)
 
 
 
Robots approaching the end of the uncanny valley
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(Extreme Tech)
 
 
 
Scientists come home after night of heavy drinking and decide it would be fun to fool around with some genes and grow a dinosaur leg on a chicken
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(Medical Daily)
 
 
 
How multiple tattoos could fend off colds the way they warn off sensible people
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(Huffington Post UK)
 
 
 
Alaska Airlines rerouted a flight from Anchorage to Honolulu to follow the path of totality during this week's eclipe because an astronomer asked if they would
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(Daily Express)
 
 
 
That sucks (Not safe for work)
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(Reason Magazine)
 
 
 
Researchers demonstrate a computer that can pick who is more likely to commit a violent crime. Apparently the program is trained to immediately go to the roster of the Cincinnati Bengals
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(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Teens invited onto lawn to marvel at the technological wizardry of Windows 95
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(Neowin)
 
 
 
"Microsoft angers system administrators." REPEAT
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(Business Insider)
 
 
 
Here's how to make your iPhone run faster. It's not a feature, it's a glitch
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(FastCo Design)
 
 
 
How a frog designed a life-saving epi-pen for heroin overdoses. France surrenders?
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(Live Science)
 
 
 
Study shows that it's possible to outrun a supervolcano eruption. Testing was done using people who managed to get away from an angry Mel Gibson
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(Red Bull)
 
 
 
Hey eSports athlete, are you the best eSports athlete in the world? "Yes"
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(HexJam)
 
 
 
Here's how you can unlock your phone's secret kaomoji keyboard. (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻
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(Scientific American)
 
 
 
Hey Yellowstone, put a lid on it
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(Science Alert)
 
 
 
Meet the hydra, an animal that rips itself a new one every time it eats. Hail hydra
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(Coconuts)
 
 
 
Seven engineering students rushed to hospital after old campus tree delivers real-life lesson on momentum
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(Newsweek)
 
 
 
All the robots sent into the Fukushima reactor have died
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(Mirror.co.uk)
 
 
 
Scientists locate the area of the brain where anger originates. Apparently it's the part that processes and analyzes TV political debates
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(NPR)
 
 
 
Chew on this piece of beef jerky for a few jaw-hurting hours. Slicing meat actually helped shape modern humans back in the day
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Wed March 09, 2016
(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
The worst restoration job since Monkey Jesus fresco
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
May the floss be with you... but failing that, use this
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
You think you're bad-ass? This caterpillar wears a hat made of its own discarded skulls
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(The Stack)
 
 
 
Google launches vacation-planning feature likely to send SkyScanner and TripAdvisor straight into the 'B' ark
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(Scientific American)
 
 
 
Concussions affect women worse than men ... unless you hit a man in both brains
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(New Scientist)
 
 
 
Finally a wall that is befitting of Trump's ego
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
New code from MIT computer scientists will help you load porn on your internet browser 34% faster
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(Vox)
 
 
 
A college education is the ticket out of poverty. Especially if you were never impoverished
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(LA Times)
 
 
 
I like big blimps and I can not lie
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(Nature)
 
 
 
Look, physicists, you got your Large Hadron Collider toy, but you can't just go making up new particles that don't fit the Standard Model just because you're bored
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(Washington Post)
 
 
 
Launching swarms of drones from a fighter jet? Soon
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(Slash Gear)
 
 
 
Fan of KOTOR? Thanks to Apeiron we may be able to play it again, for the first time
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(Oddity Central)
 
 
 
Unconventional "Rage Yoga" involves screaming, swearing and beer. Namaste
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(The Stack)
 
 
 
Whatever you might want a grasping robot arm for, you're probably going to have to wait a while
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(From the Grapevine)
 
 
 
You let a couple of scientists debate if Steve Buscemi is cool and this is what they come up with
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(Jalopnik)
 
 
 
Government fines a car for polluting too much. Fark: It's an all-electric Tesla
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(UPI)
 
 
 
Study concludes obese children are at a greater risk of pedestrian injury. Well, duh. They're slower
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(WYFF 4 Greenville)
 
 
 
New app tells you when a high speed chase is taking place so you can drive over and join the fun
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Tue March 08, 2016
(UPI)
 
 
 
First tomatoes and peas harvested from mock Martian farm. Matt Damon to be introduced soon to grow poop potatoes
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(UPI)
 
 
 
Great tits in Japan use syntax. (Seriously, though, aren't they ALL great?)
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(National Post)
 
 
 
Scientists are using genetically engineered mice to determine the best way to kill some of the bad parts of former Toronto mayor Rob Ford
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(CNN)
 
 
 
The rumor of the death of the desktop PC has been greatly exaggerated
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(The Next Web)
 
 
 
Facebook has patented an algorithm designed to detect new slang, probably before you've ever heard of it
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(Bloomberg)
 
 
 
'When it rains it pours', claims Dr. M. Salt
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(Digital Trends)
 
 
 
Kinect developers may be going the way of the dinosaur as their natural prey (casual gamers with discretionary income) were hunted to extinction during the Wii era
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(BGR)
 
 
 
Steve Wozniak says he has created two Mac viruses, but he destroyed the code so they wouldn't get out in the wild and make Macs just not work
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(Harvard Business Review)
 
 
 
Ever wonder why your boss is such a narcissistic jerk? It all started with business school professors that were just like him
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(Forbes)
 
 
 
These birds show us why musicians get more lovin' than anyone else
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(Jalopnik)
 
 
 
A bunch of maniacs with maniacs with backgrounds at McLaren, Porsche and Pininfarina want to introduce you to the Ecoboost Vühl 05, just this side of street legal and now in RHD for you to tear the other side of your face off
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
Mercury's darkness comes from within, writes about it on Livejournal
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(Daily Express)
 
 
 
Nothing much going on today on Earth...just a freak supermoon, eclipse and asteroid that will converge TODAY that could spell the end of the world
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Hacker discovers plans for Elon Musk's super-charged P100D Tesla car hidden in software files
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(CNN)
 
 
 
The key to preserving big cats is to use even bigger dogs: Anatolian Shepherds and Kangals. "They have been protecting livestock for 5,000 years. They bark loudly and they say 'We are here, this is my flock' and the predators stay away"
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
"Rats already have a reputation for being alarmingly sneaky and resourceful, but now scientists have given them an intelligence boost by turning them into cyborgs"
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(YouTube)
 
Video
 
And now, Irish women trying on undergarments from bygone eras
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(Computer Weekly)
 
 
 
Mac users not liking their first taste of ransomware
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(Providence Journal)
 
 
 
Rhode Island agency raised the $75 million Curt Schilling's video game company needed, gave the company $50 million, kept $25 million for itself, watched the company go under for lack of funds, and is now facing fraud charges from the SEC
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(Gizmodo UK)
 
 
 
The problem with teleportation is it's a suicide box. Here comes the Ship of Theseus
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(Wimp)
 
 
 
Yes, there's a foolproof liquid headache remedy that will get rid of your migraine in minutes. Drink up
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(Slate)
 
 
 
The psychologists who did the meta-analyses about the theory of ego depletion obviously haven't been visiting the Politics tab lately
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(Yahoo)
 
 
 
New outrage: Astronauts at international conference complain that only privileged countries get to go into space
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(AutoEvolution)
 
 
 
Goodyear goes balls deep with new tire design
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Mon March 07, 2016
(Daily Dot)
 
 
 
You might want to sit down for this: Turns out, John McAfee lied about being able to decrypt the San Bernardino iPhone. "By doing so, I knew that I would get a shiatload of public attention, which I did"
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(Gizmag)
 
 
 
Fruits and veggies cut long-term breast cancer risk. So make sure you squeeze your melons on a regular basis to check for firmness
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(Variety)
 
 
 
Google hires 4Chan founder Chris Poole, which can only mean Google+ is about to become a lot more interesting
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(ABC News)
 
 
 
Researchers claim they've found Confederate shipwreck. Surprisingly, the article is not about the Republican CPAC at all
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(AlterNet)
 
 
 
If we were half as rigorous about verifying the health risks of workout supplements as we were about marijuana, the world would be a better, less meathead-y place
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(The Verge)
 
 
 
The FCC fines Verizon $1.35 million over "supercookies" tracking. How many calories is that?
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(International Business Times)
 
 
 
Cool: MIT developing scalable quantum computer based on five atoms. Scary: that could end RSA encryption. Quick, somebody hide these results from the FBI
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(Mother Jones)
 
 
 
Thanks to climate change you now have very little time left to see what a coral reef actually looks like before they're all bleached out
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(Short List)
 
 
 
There was once a fifth suit of playing card (because winning with four wasn't hard enough)
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(CNN)
 
 
 
New breakup service sends e-mails, texts, phone messages significant others to end a relationship. Which is just slightly more inconsiderate than if the person was to break up by sending their own e-mail, text, phone message
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(Mirror.co.uk)
 
 
 
Human brains evolved to need Twitter, Facebook, Fark. Or maybe it was unintelligent design
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(The National Interest)
 
 
 
What happens when Aquaman learns to code
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(Live Science)
 
 
 
Americans make 11 million visits to the doctor every year because of obesity. Which would be unnecessary if it weren't for the 500 million trips every year to McDonald's
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Apparently beets are a super food...a super food that tastes like dirt and old people's feet
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(Tales of the Cocktail)
 
 
 
Some of the world's coolest bars can be found inside old schoolhouses, churches, railway stations, and pharmacies (slideshow)
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(Guardian)
 
 
 
Thanks to El Nino, the hottest, driest, lowest place on earth is experiencing a rare "super bloom"
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(PC Magazine)
 
 
 
Samsung begins selling 15 terabyte SSD drive. Now you'll only need 3 drives to host your entire porn collection
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Koalas aren't so cute when they open their mouths
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(Wired)
 
 
 
From the Nope files. The ten foot Bobbit Worm that is like the worm from Tremors, but actually exists
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(PC Authority (Australia))
 
 
 
"At last, the big scientific question of our age can be answered: Who would win in a fight to the death between Charles Darwin and Albert Einstein?"
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