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An App That Reads Animal Facial Expressions and Emotions?

There's a new way for us to be able to care for our animals better. Scientists have found a way to read animal facial expressions and ascertain their...

Published: 2017-07-12 04:22 0

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Ancient Shape-Shifters: What the First Animals were Like

An artist's rendering of the shape-shifting rangeomorphs[Photo by Jennifer Hoyal Cuthill] If life on Earth began as microorganisms, then how did larg...

Published: 2017-07-11 08:19 0

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Reducing Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea with Cannabis Pills

Nausea in chemotherapy patients is quite common. Chemotherapy-induced nausea can be quite disruptive for cancer patients who are currently undergoing...

Published: 2017-07-10 06:12 0

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Domesticated Wolves can Never be Actual Pets

Wolves may become comfortable around humans, but we probably won't be able to completely tame them. When the Stark children from Game of Thrones boug...

Published: 2017-07-09 06:24 0

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Eating Placenta isn't a Good Idea, the CDC Warns

A baby has fallen ill, possibly due to the mother's consumption of placenta capsules. Eating placenta has become somewhat more acceptable, especially...

Published: 2017-07-09 02:57 0

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A New World Record? India Plants 66 Million Trees in 12 Hours

Volunteers number 1.5 million came together to reforest a large area of land.[Photo by Shivraj Singh Chouhan via Twitter] India may have set a new wo...

Published: 2017-07-08 22:54 0

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Vlogger Poisons Herself While Trying to Prove Aloe Vera Benefits

Chinese vlogger Ms Zhang takes a bite of what she thought was aloe vera.[Screenshot via AsiaWire] A Chinese wellness vlogger called Ms Zhang poisoned...

Published: 2017-07-08 19:21 0

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The Brains of Psychopaths are Simply Wired Differently, Study Finds

Psychopathy is in the brain. Many of us consider psychopaths to be cold-blooded, evil, amoral, and devoid of any true human emotion. However, this ki...

Published: 2017-07-08 09:14 0

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Artificial Intelligence can Now Write Poetry—but It won't be Winning Awards

AI can now produce poetry, one letter at a time. An artificial intelligence program can now write lines of poetry that can seem like a human poet wro...

Published: 2017-07-08 04:46 0

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Galaxy Note 7 Parts Salvaged for New Phone

Phone or tinderbox?[Photo via Android Authority] When the Galaxy Note 7 quite literally blew up in Samsung's face, the tech giant decided to make the...

Published: 2017-07-08 01:52 0

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Extremely Rare “Pale Tiger” Photographed in India

"We saw a white-looking tiger sitting on the hillside, half concealed by the undergrowth, and looking at us."[Photo by Nilanjan Ray] Wildlife photogr...

Published: 2017-07-07 23:05 0

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The Surface of Mars may be More Uninhabitable than We Thought

Mars in UV light[Photo by Reuters] Don't plan for that trip to Mars just yet. Lab experiments have found that the surface of Mars is actually inhospi...

Published: 2017-07-07 09:14 0

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Harrowing Video Shows Metastasis, or the Spread of Cancer

New scanning technology can track the spread of cancer.[Photo by Hiroki R. Ueda/Kohei Miyazono] Biologists have found a way to track as well as recor...

Published: 2017-07-07 04:21 0

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Heads Up, Perpetual Bachelors: Men Have Biological Clocks, Too

It's not just women who have a biological clock. We've all probably heard it before: though women are unable to have children past a certain age, men...

Published: 2017-07-06 23:24 0

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Dogs Have Joined Efforts to Locate the Remains of Amelia Earhart

A group of four border collies may be making history. A group of four human remains detection dogs are on an expedition that hopes to finally locate...

Published: 2017-07-06 20:14 0

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Dirty Money: What Comes Out of the ATM Along with Your Cash

Where have your dollar bills been? Talk about dirty money—a lot of unsavory things come with our money when it changes hands. A new study shows us h...

Published: 2017-07-06 01:39 0

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Exploring an Environmentally-Friendly House Made of Bottles and Sand

A house in progress[Photo by Pablo Mediavilla Costa/El Pais] Tateh Lehbib Braica, an engineer, built an environmentally-friendly house that can prote...

Published: 2017-07-05 03:16 0

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Facial Reconstruction Makes 3,700-Year-Old Bones Come Alive Again

The chief (second from the left), the young woman (third from the left), and the twins.[Image by Philippe Froesch, Visual Forensic] High-tech facial...

Published: 2017-07-02 08:42 0

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The Value of the Great Barrier Reef? Priceless

Commodity or irreplaceable natural wonder? You can put a price on Australia's Great Barrier Reef, but you can't measure its true value in dollar sign...

Published: 2017-07-02 06:53 0

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Extreme Weather was Due to Just a Half-Degree Temperature Increase

Are you ready for even hotter summers? Just half a degree Celsius increase was all it took for extreme weather to take place in several parts of the...

Published: 2017-07-02 05:06 0

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Drum Solos are a Courtship Tool for Cockatoos

A photo of a male pal cockatoo drumming[Photo by Christina Zdenek] Scientists believe that palm cockatoos include some pretty sick drum solos in thei...

Published: 2017-07-01 21:59 0

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Putting the ART in Artificial Intelligence: Creating New Art Styles with AI

Art doesn't need paint and paintbrushes if AI has anything to say about it. What would you say if someone told you that artificial intelligence is no...

Published: 2017-07-01 19:47 0

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Dog Vision: How Dogs See the World

How do all these colors look to a dog? Like this. Here's a well-known myth about dog vision: that dogs only see in black and white. While dogs cer...

Published: 2017-06-30 02:49 0

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Global Warming News: Oceans are Heating Up Rapidly, Scientists Find

Oceans absorb 90% of the planet's heat. However, our oceans are quickly warming up. We have some bad global warming news: the world's oceans are rapid...

Published: 2017-06-29 05:00 0

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Global Warming News: Oceans are Heating Up Rapidly, Scientists Find

Oceans absorb 90% of the planet's heat. However, our oceans are quickly warming up. We have some bad global warming news: the world's oceans are rapid...

Published: 2017-06-29 05:00 0

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Has the Mystery of “Bright Nights” Finally been Solved?

This may be as close as we can get to a bright night.[Photo by Taylor Durrer] Scientists may have discovered the reason why the phenomenon of “bright...

Published: 2017-06-28 08:20 0

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Trying to Conceive? Don't Live Next to Noisy Roads

Living in a noisy neighborhood may have more consequences than we expect. Researchers have found that living near a noisy road can negatively affect...

Published: 2017-06-28 05:01 0

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New Ransomware Hits Organizations in Three Continents

New ransomware has disrupted the operations of companies in Europe, the US, and Australia. Just last month, the WannaCry ransomware attacked compute...

Published: 2017-06-28 01:29 0

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Going Viral may Require the Use of Moral-Emotional Words, Study Finds

What kinds of political tweets tend to go viral on Twitter? Political social media posts have a better chance of going viral when they contain moral...

Published: 2017-06-27 19:17 0

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Beat Anxiety by Easing up on Yourself, Science Says

Anxiety can be hard to deal with, but these coping strategies might help. Going easy on yourself is an effective way to beat anxiety and keep symptom...

Published: 2017-06-27 05:10 0

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