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Optical Illusions for AI: A Bad News?

Researchers have found a way to trick an AI into seeing a turtle as a rifle and a cat as a guacamole. A group of MIT students that calls themselves...

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Published: 2017-11-14 20:06 0

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Green Goodbyes: Go For Natural Burials to Save the Environment

Not only that, you even get to help wildlife! Traditional burials include embalming chemicals and coffin materials that's harmful for the soil. Mea...

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Published: 2017-11-14 17:06 0

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Sleep Deprivation--A Great Way of Weakening and Slowing Down Your Brain Signals!

Would you rather ride with a drunk driver or a sleepless one? Sleep deprivation disrupts the way brain cells communicate with each other, which may...

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Published: 2017-11-14 16:06 0

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Would You Drink Virtual Cocktails that Turn Water into Wine?

It's a trick. If it looks like wine and it tastes like wine, is it wine? Digitally experience flavors and shake up the traditional cocktail with Vo...

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Published: 2017-11-14 13:06 0

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Warning: Being Underweight Can Affect Your Menopausal Period

It can make you undergo menopause earlier and that's bad news. As much as you hated always having to go through that time of the month and wished t...

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Published: 2017-11-14 12:06 0

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First Ancestors of Pandas Might be Natives in Europe!

Although the panda species are only located in China, a new discovery suggests that it might not have originated there. In the small town of Rudab&a...

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Published: 2017-11-14 09:06 0

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What Photographing Atlantic Puffins is Like

When National Geographic Your Shot photographer Sunil Gopalan spotted a puffin going home with a mouth full of tiny fish, he knew he found something s...

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Published: 2017-11-14 08:06 0

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The First Americans May Have Arrived Earlier Than Previously Thought

Not only did the first Americans arrive on the continent earlier than scientists thought, but they may have also traveled by sea instead of a land bri...

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Published: 2017-11-14 02:06 0

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Uncovering the Secrets of Our Closest Neighboring Star

Astronomers have found that Proxima Centauri, the star closest to our solar system, is surrounded by a ring of cosmic dust. This indicates that Proxim...

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Published: 2017-11-13 23:06 0

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Archaeologists Discover an Amazing Ancient Greek Masterpiece

Researchers found a stunningly intricate carving on a 3,500-year-old gemstone that measures less than an inch and a half long. The Pylos Combat Aga...

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Published: 2017-11-13 14:06 0

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Astronomers Find Seven New Giant Radio Galaxies

Astronomers in Mexico have identified seven large extragalactic radio sources, which are also known by the name giant radio galaxies. The radio galax...

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Published: 2017-11-13 11:06 0

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The Star That Won’t Stay Dead

There’s a star out there that’s been repeatedly imploding over a period of 50 years--but it just wouldn’t stay dead. This has led as...

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Published: 2017-11-13 08:06 0

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Heartbreak as Vaquita Capture and Conservation Efforts End

Efforts to save the vaquita by capturing the last remaining of the Mexican porpoises in the wild have come to halt after the one that experts captured...

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Published: 2017-11-13 05:06 0

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Ancient Roman Politician Celebrated Election Victory With a Sundial in His Name

Archaeologists discovered a 2,000-year-old proof that politicians have always been a little full of of themselves, even when they intend to share thei...

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Published: 2017-11-13 02:06 0

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Do You Approve Scotland's Move on Banning the Smacking of Children?

No to physical punishment? Almost all of us has grown with it thanks to a good psychologist's theory on rewards and punishment (or just our parents...

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Published: 2017-11-12 23:06 0

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