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Your Cat Doesn’t Love You


Your cat doesn’t love you so stop posting his picture on Facebook. According to a new study published in the scientific journal PLOS ONE, animal behavior specialists at the University of Lincoln in Lincoln, England, cats do not as a ...

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Supermoon Lunar Eclipse Occurs On September 27

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According to the astronomical calendar, a rare supermoon lunar eclipse will occur on September 27, 2015. It is the first in approximately three decades. A supermoon, for those not in the know, occurs when the moon is closer to Earth ...

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Florida Hunters Prep To Hunt 320 Black Bears

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Yesterday the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) announced its official approval of the “controlled hunting” of a maximum of 320 black bears next month. This is the first time in over 20 years that black bears will be ...

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Drinking Water Does Not Cure Hangover


According to a team of researchers from the Netherlands and Canada, drinking water in order to prevent a hangover the next morning might not really work. Additionally, the new research also suggests that the one way to guarantee not having ...

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Why Are Giant Panda Cubs So Tiny? — ‘The Why’

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Welcome to the newest edition of The Why. “Why are giant panda cubs so tiny?” Good question. (OK, it’s a little “Facebook-cutesy” but again it beats answering those questions about some of your odder intimate inquiries. Seriously? We thought a ...

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You Can Be Buried On The Moon Says Elysium


The San Francisco-based company Elysium Space officially announced the “launch” of its “lunar memorial’ service earlier this month. In fact, Elysium will soon be sending the ashes of a U.S. Army Infantry Soldier’s mother into space as part of its first ever ...

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Why Does Norovirus Spread So Fast? — ‘The Why’


Welcome to the newest edition of The Why. “Why does norovirus spread so fast?” Good question. (OK, it’s a little odd but again it beats answering those questions about some of your odd intimate inquiries. Seriously? We thought “The Westside ...

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Aston Martin Goes Electric In 2 Years

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Aston Martin is working on a $200,000 electric model of its Rapide S sports sedan. The car could become the first direct competitor to Tesla Motors’ Model S. While at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, Carmel-By-The-Sea, California, CEO Andy Palmer ...

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NASA Plans To Turn Human Poop Into Food


Someday NASA astronauts may actually broadcast: “Houston this food tastes like sh*t!” and it won’t be an exaggeration.  The National Aeronautics and Space Administration recently announced that they have awarded a $200,000 grant to a team of researchers who hope ...

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Monetizing The Moon


According to numerous sources, the Japanese pharmaceutical company Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd has joined forces with a few private space companies to ship the first sports drink to the moon. Otsuka, SpaceX and Astroscale have teamed up to complete the ...

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