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Legally Blind 5th Grader Sees Mother for 1st Time Through Electronic Glasses

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Why Does Gravity Move At The Speed Of Light?

Crazy stuff
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The Hug Drug

Healthy Life
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Police in Puertoi Rico mistakes Yuca plant for Marijuana

Crazy stuff
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Weasel Apparently Shuts Down World's Most Powerful Particle Collider

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Shay Mitchell's Top 11 Social Media Pro Tips For Moms

Wonderful news
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5 Tips to Improve Your Concentration

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Astronomers Have Discovered A New Moon In Our Solar System

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Afghan Teacher Turns His Bicycle into a Mobile Library to Give Isolated Children a Chance to Read

Wonderful news
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Oklahoma court rules that forced oral sex is not rape if victim is unconscious from drinking

Crazy stuff
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Police in San Juan, Puerto Rico arrested 17 students last week after mistaking their cassava plant (commonly known as "yuca" in Spanish) for marijuana. In the spirit of protest and activism that runs deep through Puerto Rico's history, a small crowd gathered by the side of a highway...

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"A man was arrested on a charge of sexual abuse after allegedly infecting a young girl with a sexually transmitted disease, police in West Virginia said. Clarksburg police arrested 25-year-old Tyler Killingsworth, after being accused of having sex with his girlfriend's 3-year-old...

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Fifth grader Christopher Ward, Jr., has been legally blind all his life, but he recently got to see his mother for the first time through new electronic glasses. The 12-year-old from Forest, Virginia, traveled up to Washington, D.C., a few weeks ago to demo a new wearable technology called...

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"When TV newscaster Diane Sawyer was asked the secret to her success, she said, "I think the one lesson I've learned is there is no substitute for paying attention." Are you thinking, "I agree, but how do we improve our ability to focus and maintain attention—no...

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“Moon over Makemake” sounds like a novel or painting, but actually represents a NASA announcement of the discovery of a companion for the third largest (and second brightest) dwarf planet in the Kuiper Belt. The announcement strengthens the hypothesis that most dwarf planets have...

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An Oklahoma court has stunned local prosecutors with a declaration that state law doesn’t criminalize oral sex with a victim who is completely unconscious. The ruling, a unanimous decision by the state’s criminal appeals court, is sparking outrage among critics who say the...

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A small mammal has sabotaged the world's most powerful scientific instrument. The Large Hadron Collider, a 17-mile superconducting machine designed to smash protons together at close to the speed of light, went offline overnight. Engineers investigating the mishap found the charred remains...

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"By now, you may have heard of Cuddlr, a social-meeting app that helps you find a stranger close by to cuddle. Ostensibly, Cuddlr is an app for cuddling not cuddling as a prelude to sex. After your cuddling session, you are then encouraged to rate the interaction on Cuddlr and report...

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Are you a fan of snakes? If not, you won’t approve of the latest collaboration between the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Kongsberg Maritime, and Statoil: Let us introduce you to Eelume, a self-propelled, aquatic, mechanical serpent. A current operational model of the new...

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The appropriateness of spanking as a parental disciplinary technique arouses passionate debate. But a new meta-analysis of five decades of research suggests that, in addition to the psychological effects on children, there may be a large price to pay for the parents. Measuring the effects of...

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"Including a small amount of chocolate in your daily diet might help prevent diabetes and insulin resistance—and, as a result, protect the heart, too. Researchers looked at data of 1,153 people aged 18-69 years old who were part of the Observation of Cardiovascular Risk in Luxembourg...

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"In a nation ravaged by war, where children have little to no access to quality literature, a school teacher is trying his best to make a difference. Saber Hosseini, who teaches children in the city of Bamiyan, central Afghanistan, has converted his bicycle into a mobile library which he...

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If you looked out at the Sun across the 93 million miles of space that separate our world from our nearest star, the light you’re seeing isn’t from the Sun as it is right now, but rather as it was some 8 minutes and 20 seconds ago. This is because as fast as light is — moving at...

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"Understanding your present self depends not only on thoughts, feelings, and activities, but also on experiences and recollections of the past and the vision of yourself into the future. In other words, it all depends on where you’ve been, and where you’re going. A new study in...

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