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Why Did Google+ Have To Shrink In Order To Grow? — ‘The Why’

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Welcome to the newest edition of The Why. “Why did Google+ have to shrink in order to grow?” you ask? Good question. (Well, at least it helps put off some of the questions that oddly Google would aid and abet ...

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CDC Warns Of Pool Parasite

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According to a recent warning issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the number of water-based bacteria cases is on the rise. The latest concern involves a pool parasite named Cryptosporidium. Nicknamed “Crypto”, this particular pool parasite ...

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Binge Drinking Increases Heart Attack Risk 70 Percent

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According to a new study published online in the journal Epidemiology, binge drinking increases the risk of heart attack by 70 percent. An international team of researchers behind the study also reported that the risk is greater at the start ...

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Marijuana Extract Tames Brain Seizures


According to a new study funded by drug maker GW Pharmaceuticals, a liquid marijuana extract can aid in treating people with severe epilepsy. In fact, it is reportedly even more effective with patients who do not respond to other treatments. ...

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G2 Object Survives Supermassive Black Hole In Milky Way Galaxy


G2 is a mysterious object in the heart of our Milky Way galaxy. It has been postulated that G2 is an immense cloud of hydrogen gas on course to be devoured by Sagittarius A*, the supermassive black hole at the ...

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Space News: Does Saturn’s Wobbly Moon Have A Hidden Sea?

Artist impression of ice volcanoes on Enceladus. 
Credit and © Michael Carroll

Space News: Does Saturn’s Wobbly Moon Have A Hidden Sea? Could microbial life exist inside Saturn’s moon Enceladus, where no sunlight reaches, photosynthesis is impossible, and no oxygen is available? To answer that question, we need look no farther than ...

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Study Shows: 1/2 Of All Stars Could Be Interacting Outside Of Galaxies

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A new study of the universe’s background light has suggested that as many as half it’s stars might be hidden in the space between galaxies.  Measurements were made by two cameras sent beyond the atmosphere on a rocket. After subtracting ...

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