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Sun October 02, 2016
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(Telegraph)
 
 
 
Scientists create HIV cure that might have actually worked
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(KHOU Houston)
 
 
 
Tired of the endless coverage of Paris Fashion Week? Here are the hot cars from Paris Motor Show week
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(Wimp)
 
 
 
Yup, that's exactly how I remember my UNO games going
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(Philly.com)
 
 
 
Turns out that while hackers have been successful in getting into state election systems, they weren't able to do anything once inside, had to settle for a nice game of chess
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(Vice)
 
 
 
Ever wonder how fast a normal person could go on a $9,500 Tour de France-worthy custom fitted and adjusted bicycle? Spoiler: Kinda fast
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(Daily Express)
 
 
 
Young glamorous 20-somethings claim mating with reptile-like lizards was the best sex they have ever experienced
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Sat October 01, 2016
(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
While you're enjoying that glass of clean, refreshing water, read a story about how you're accelerating global warming
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(Vice)
 
 
 
"Last week, a botnet cyberattack was powered by something the internet had never seen before: an army made of more than one million hacked Internet of Things™ devices"
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(From the Grapevine)
 
 
 
Why do some people easily make new friends, and others struggle? Here comes the brain science
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(KHOU Houston)
 
 
 
Three states fail to save the internet
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(NPR)
 
Audio
 
Sound designers have been competing this week for the honor of "Worst Sound in the World," organized by See Space Labs. Here are three of the submissions, if you can stand it
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
The reason why we crave bacon, cheese, and ketchup
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(SFGate)
 
 
 
Automakers will be soon be able to test autonomous cars with no steering wheels, brake pedals or human drivers on California roads thanks to Gov Moonbeam. What could possibly go wrong?
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(Rocketnews 24)
 
 
 
You have our attention, Japan. Go on
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(Smithsonian Magazine)
 
 
 
In breeding dogs to be loyal four legged servants, humans have also made the dog almost as neurotic as humanity. Your dog wants therapy
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(Mirror.co.uk)
 
 
 
You've got a whole bunch of things in your house that have a best-before date that you didn't know about, and they're waaaay past it, so why don't you and your OCD enjoy throwing away all your expired your hairbrushes, towels and extension cords?
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(Business Insider)
 
 
 
There's a hidden map in your iPhone of everywhere you've been
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(The New York Times)
 
 
 
Georgia Tech offers a 30-credit Masters in Computer Science online for only $7,000. Students immediately use their skill to print off an exact copy of a computer science diploma from Harvard
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(Science Alert)
 
 
 
"Your body actually has a second brain that controls you much more than you might realize - and most people have no idea it exists"
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(Guardian)
 
 
 
"It's time to accept that we will die at the hands of our smartphones "
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(Science Alert)
 
 
 
Turns out the exact opposite of a paleo diet is best for a long life
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(Today)
 
 
 
Teen bullied and ostracized by the cool kids creates app that ensures no student ever has to eat lunch alone again. On a totally unrelated note, TotalFark signup is only $5
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(The Verge)
 
 
 
Now that Elon Musk has unveiled his plans to colonize Mars, the real question remains: who gets to go? Subby has his bags packed, just saying
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(Science Alert)
 
 
 
Earth's CO2 levels have passed the 400 PPM threshold, permanently. Climate deniers say that's no big deal since it still leaves 999,600 parts per million for everything else
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(TreeHugger)
 
 
 
Just like with the barge and the train, the automobile age is coming to an end
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(Mother Nature Network)
 
 
 
Bee positive
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(NBC News)
 
 
 
I think ICANN
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(TreeHugger)
 
 
 
Everyone uses it, yet nobody questions where baking soda comes from or what it is made out of
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Fri September 30, 2016
(Reuters)
 
 
 
Researchers of self-driving cars identify "six-second rule" as minimum time human drivers require to wake up from their Harry Potter viewing sessions and take control of car before it crashes
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
This 3D printed fish fossil may reveal origin of human teeth
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(Daily Express)
 
 
 
Pompous twit claims laziness is killing the magnificent English language. Num sayin?
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(Real Clear Science)
 
 
 
George Washington used vaccines to help defeat the British. So the next time some anti-vaxxer annoys you, remind them if it hadn't been for vaccines, we'd all be speaking English now
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(Slate)
 
 
 
Urban raccoons are becoming so smart, that within a few years they'll be wielding firearms and hanging out with talking trees
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(Business Insider)
 
 
 
Eye-tracking heat maps show what people really care about. In ads, it's often not the product for sale
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(Ars Technica)
 
 
 
Google rebrands Apps for Work as G Spot
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(YouTube)
 
 
 
Someone recreated the song "Seven Nation Army", using only Battlefield 1 sound effects
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(TechnoBuffalo)
 
 
 
Desperate for sales, Apple copies another Samsung feature
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(Stat News)
 
 
 
"Pinky, are you pondering what I'm pondering?" "I think so, Brain, but will an integrated stress response inhibitor work in humans as well as it does in us?"
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(Slate)
 
 
 
Elon Musk wants to put a million bodies on Mars. Yes, you read that right
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(International Digital Times)
 
 
 
Star Trek cast takes stand against Trump. Difficulty: All casts
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(C|Net)
 
 
 
Scientist say hiker's video of Arkansas spawned cold-blooded serpent taking on slithering orange-colored twisting viper marks a first. But enough about the 2016 campaign
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(Live Science)
 
 
 
Experts conclude there is no such thing as muscle memory. Which is no secret to any golfer who breaks 80 on one day and then shoots over 100 the next
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(Is There Any Deal)
 
 
 
Like that one game you can't stop coming back to... it's the Friday Fark Gaming thread. What have you been playing? Fallout? Overwatch? Stellaris? MOO? As a side note, what's a game others seem to actively dislike that you can't stop playing?
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(NBC News)
 
 
 
Scientists invent new 3-D printed bone so lifelike, it'll make Viagra obsolete
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(PC Gamer)
 
 
 
The anti-Christ card of Hearthstone is getting nerfed: Yogg-Saron will now stop casting its barrage of magic if it kills itself during its board-flipping spellstorm of losing player rage. (Which usually happens after its first spell)
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(Livestream)
 
 
 
12 years after launch and 2 years after arrival, tonight Rosetta will crash land onto Comet 67P, following its buddy below. You could say it's...a Philae Minion. Link goes to livestream, party starts at 12:50am Pacific. Godspeed Rosetta
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Thu September 29, 2016
(Metro)
 
 
 
This just in: Vegan cheese is now called 'Gary'
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(UPI)
 
 
 
X-ray free-electron laser is aiding the fight against Zika-carrying mosquitoes. It's not sharks with laser beams on their heads, but it's getting there
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(New York Daily News)
 
 
 
New study claims consensual BDSM can whip the lucky participants into an altered mental state. Can't beat that
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(NPR)
 
 
 
Your city might be awesome, but it will never be "turning out the street lights so people can better view the Northern Lights" awesome. That is, unless you live in Reykjavik
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
How smutty is your brain? The answer is probably very smutty
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(C|Net)
 
 
 
Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Microsoft join forces to hasten the progress of SkyNet
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(Mirror.co.uk)
 
 
 
Not news: You're drunk and you just texted your ex. News: You're drunk and you just texted an airport
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(PC Gamer)
 
 
 
JJ Abrams Directing a Portal Movie? This better not be a cake
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(Vice)
 
 
 
2600 offers $10,000 bounty For Trump's Tax Returns. "That derogatory 400 lb hacker remark was our tipping point BTW"
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(Live Science)
 
 
 
Fluffy caterpillar looks just like Donald Trump's hair, has a better plan to create jobs
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(Abc.net.au)
 
 
 
South Australians discover new weather phenomena: Tornadoes. "I've just never seen anything like it,"
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(NPR)
 
 
 
Cancer research is being set back by poorly tailored antibodies
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(TreeHugger)
 
 
 
You don't really need water to cook pasta
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(WCAX Vermont)
 
 
 
Beer thread. Let's start off with a Russian imperial stout that was aged for eight months in an old missile silo
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(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Here's a quick explainer on planetary formation dynamics using analogies from Harry Potter that you already know
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(Brisbane Times)
 
 
 
Game of "Knifey Spoony" gets out of hand in Australia's Florida
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(Rocketnews 24)
 
 
 
On today's "Weird or Cool from Japan", a free web service that will turn your sketches into line art
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(Adventures in Poor Taste)
 
 
 
NECA toy designer/sculptor David Silva attempts to make feathered dinosaur toys that look cool; succeeds
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(Engadget)
 
 
 
Blackberry is done making smartphones. In other news, apparently Blackberry was still making smartphones
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(Jalopnik)
 
 
 
Everybody talks about how much it costs in fuel, insurance and repairs if you want to own a McLaren supercar. Nobody talks about how it takes 138 hours just to wash one
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
Friday morning the Rosetta spacecraft will crash land onto Comet 67P in a sorrowful milestone. "The ESA isn't waiting to receive a triumphant victory signal from its spacecraft. It's waiting for the phone line to go dead"
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Wed September 28, 2016
(The Verge)
 
 
 
Turns out 'slack' is an acronym
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(iNews (UK))
 
 
 
Virtual reality has 'hit the reset button' on game design, says PlayStation VR specialist
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
The Commodore 64 was released 34 years ago, clocking in at 1 MHz and with 64 kilobytes of RAM. It was discontinued in 1994, but one is still being used to run a auto shop in 2016
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(UPI)
 
 
 
FDA approves 1st 'artificial pancreas' for type 1 diabetes. SWEET
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(Medical Daily)
 
 
 
Here's a rundown of all the places you can get a free flu shot for free, right now. But you won't
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(UPI)
 
 
 
Ricky the rooster is now cock of the walk after being fitted with orthopedic shoes for his arthritis
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(Red Bull)
 
 
 
EA Sports finally notice that Dybala is actually quite good, amend his FIFA stats
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(Fox 19 Cincinnati)
 
 
 
Cause of Crohn's disease identified, say researchers who probably pulled the answer out of their ass
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(Medical Xpress)
 
 
 
Up to fifty percent of humans are "blind to motion." Enjoy your commute
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(Guardian)
 
 
 
Study suggests that you are predisposed to murder as part of your evolutionary genetic heritage, even more than your cat is
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(Yahoo)
 
 
 
Spiffy: Stanford offering free tuition. Difficulty: MBA only. Supreme Difficulty: You must pledge to live and study in a bleak hellscape of despair and hopelessness for two full years
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(The Stack)
 
 
 
I will love you for an extended period of time
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(Gizmodo UK)
 
 
 
Ninety percent of the world is breathing shiatty air because they chose not to be born rich. white and in the west
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(Huffington Post)
 
 
 
Can you correctly pronounce ALL the words in this sentence: "Feeling lackadaisical, I attended a concert of a flautist wearing haute couture, then stopping afterwards for a meal of bouillon with endive, two gyros and ice cream with mascarpone"
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(Rock Paper Shotgun)
 
 
 
No Man's False Advertising Lawsuit
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(The Register)
 
 
 
Activist judge rules that a list of sequential numbers is not really an invention, which will come as shocking news to the patent office
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(AIP Scitation)
 
 
 
We're running out of medical isotopes. There goes the molybdenum-99
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(Newser)
 
 
 
World's oldest melody dating back 3,500 years is found in Syria. Thought to be the theme song for Larry King's first radio program
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(Vox)
 
 
 
"We have to figure out how to improve the cost to [traveling to Mars] by 5 million percent"
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(USA Today)
 
 
 
Black moon to appear Friday night. Police around the country being urged to resist trying to shoot it
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(CBC)
 
 
 
Scientists determine that Corey Hart was just trying to get a good night's sleep
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Tue September 27, 2016
(CSO Online)
 
 
 
Yahoo finds convenient excuse in 'state-sponsored' hackers
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
The world's first 'three-parent baby' is delivered
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(Scotsman)
 
 
 
In groundbreaking study by scientists at Royal Scottish Romero Institute, unfit people benefit more from exercise than fit people
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(Boing Boing)
 
Video
 
Chemist explores what's inside toothpaste. Surprisingly it's not teeth at all
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(The Stack)
 
 
 
Google fights back against the hacking method that ad networks made popular. Unfortunately the ad networks will need to give a damn in order for it to work
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
Peter Thiel's company sued by the Dept. of Labor for racial discrimination. If only there was a media outlet that could defend his company
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(Vice)
 
 
 
Here's a preview of the violent death of Earth from the Hubble telescope
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
We shouldn't flush mercury down a toilet, but if you insist, very well. Just this once. Actually, let's do it again
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(Daily Express)
 
 
 
Friday's Black Moon could bring with it worldwide destruction and the second coming of Jesus Christ ... but it won't, so relax
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(Scientific American)
 
 
 
Guess what, Computer Science 101 students working on Sieve of Eratosthenes problem? YOU'RE CODING IT WRONG. Peruvian mathematician announces "the modified version of the sieve requires a few million bits instead of a billion bits"
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
SpaceX just passed a major milestone in its quest to get to Mars. No, not launching a rocket that doesn't blow up
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(How It Works Magazine)
 
 
 
Lithium batteries are the best thing that ever happened to fighting robots, and not just because it gives them a backup flamethrower
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(C|Net)
 
 
 
The future of space exploration could be in robotic tumbleweeds. But, what about the space cactus and the moon saloon?
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
Hong Kong's lost forests have returned. They were left in a basket on the church steps
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(Business Insider)
 
 
 
Almost all the world's education research takes place in the US, but Finland is stealing all the good ideas
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Researchers find new species of ant in poisonous frog's vomit. Now THAT'S dedication
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(Science Daily)
 
 
 
Scientists, who were probably pushed to publish something soon, came up with this study
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(Reuters)
 
 
 
Rolling Stone sells out ... to Singaporean tech group. Matt Taibbi unavailable for comment until his coolant kicks in
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Mon September 26, 2016
(Futurism)
 
Boobies
 
Artificial intelligence is looking at naked pictures of your mom
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(UPI)
 
 
 
You had me at penis worm
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(Futurism)
 
 
 
Schrödinger's Cat finally caught on film in one trillionth of a second
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(Washington University St. Louis)
 
 
 
Geologist recreates time when flyover country was nothing but a vast lava field
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(BBC)
 
 
 
Europa's a squirter
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Archeologists unearth 17th-century man who was buried face down at a distance from others. Then things get weird
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(Futurism)
 
 
 
It's no longer a question of 'If' we will colonize Mars, but merely "When" and 'Who do we hate enough to send on the first ship?'
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(Washington Post)
 
 
 
Ancient trade of blacksmithing becomes popular again as homeowners demand eye-catching forged and handcrafted steel furnishings. Says one smith: "Most people don't understand how hard and intricate the process is"
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(The New York Observer)
 
 
 
100 of Facebook's biggest meme pages are boycotting the site over censorship
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(Red Bull)
 
 
 
Hearthstone fan plays with friends, accidentally creates qualifying tournament for massive prize pot at BlizzCon
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(Science Focus)
 
 
 
How fast would Earth need to spin for humans to be thrown into space?
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(Discover)
 
 
 
The arrow of time isn't an arrow exactly, it's more of an emergent property of quantum gravitation that is only called into existence when an observer needs the ability to preserve information about experienced events
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(TreeHugger)
 
 
 
If you don't know what a Passive House is, it's like a Thermos House with really good ventilation
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(Christian Science Monitor)
 
 
 
Vikings are known for their boats, their fighting prowess, and their kitty cats
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Space capsules are three for $1000, and please don't handle the merchandise
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(Reuters)
 
 
 
Canadian study of notorious obstacle courses like Tough Mudder, Mud Hero, and Warrior Dash concludes you are more likely to suffer a serious injury at a Phish concert than at one of these runs
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