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Next on Plastic's Ubiquity: These are Taking Over Our Drinking Water Already!

Water is life, as a famous adage go. All of the billions of people living around this planet need to drink water from time to time in order to survi...

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Get Your Creative Juices Flowing by Listening to Happy Music!

Need a creativity boost? Try listening to Antonio Vivaldi's Spring or any happy music. Simone Ritter, at Radboud University in the Netherlands, and...

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Ocean Water's Increasing Acidification and Its Debilitating Effects on Marine Life

Previous studies showed how the increase of carbon dioxide seeping into our ocean makes the bodies of water more acidic and less alkaline, ultimatel...

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Forget Your Cunning Disguise, This Face Recognition Tech Can See Through That!

I'm sorry, you're not fooling anyone. Ditch the hat and scarf, take off that mask. For those who are planning to rob a bank, beware (lol); you migh...

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Here's Why We Love Walking Our Dog

All dog owners know it: we get up feeling either so energetic and happy or just pure sht, we get up, nonetheless, to grab that leash and head outdoors...

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Now the Ubiquitous Plastic is Also in Our Salts!

What's a dangerous seasoning called? A salt. Following the earlier revelation of the plastic contamination in tap water, here's a much worse news: Th...

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What Do You Say We Treat Cancer with Alcohol?

No, we're not drinking. Previous research has shown how alcohol can be used to treat cancer. The process, called ethanol ablation, involves elimina...

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"Aeroice": The Lightest form of Water Ever Discovered

Frosty cubes from our freezers, fine snows, and even Elsa's "Let It Go" creations--those are just some of the 17 possible types of ice!  And n...

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Sneeze Out Your Vote! How Wild Dogs' Democracy Works

"Achoo!" Dogs: "What did you say"? Enter the wonderfully weird communication of African wild dogs! Just prepare for the solicited sneezes. Researc...

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Meet The Metal-Reinforced Vampire "Hell Ants"!

A long, long time ago, in the lands of Earth, lived the ant species with a demonic name. Unfortunately, with all their lethal upward-facing blades,...

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Could this be Our First Peek at the Source of Nightmares?

Who never had woken up at night, rattled, with heart pounding due to a vivid memory of a scary dream? We all had it. All those hazy imagery of the e...

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How Sharing the Bedroom with Your Beloved Dog Affects Your Sleep

Now the debate among dog owners are over. A 2015 study showed that about 50% of pet owners allowed their furry buddies to sleep in their bedroom. O...

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The Canadian Village 10,000 Years Older Than the Pyramids

The discovery of an ancient First Nation village that's older than the pyramids confirms the long-held oral histories of the Heiltsuk Nation.  ...

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Are Vampires Real? No, But Erythropoietic Protoporphyria Is

Vampires have captured imaginations for centuries. Though they're of course not real, researchers may have found a scientific basis for vampire lore....

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Astronomers Officially Name Surface Features on Pluto

Astronomers honor the British schoolgirl that named Pluto, as well as other figures, as they give the official names of the planet's surface features....

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