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2015/02/01 15:16
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... We often focus on the parents' marital situation as the key factor in a child's experience—but whether a child is raised by a single parent or a married couple is a minor issue compared to whether...
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2015/01/31 04:08
2015/01/31 04:08
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Feast your eyes on China's "dragon" dinosaur. It roamed the earth 160 million years ago, during the Jurassic Period. "A member of the research team from the University of Alberta ... told CNN it was...
2015/01/30 23:16
2015/01/30 23:16
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... Baby chicks seem to process numbers the same way humans do—with small ones starting on the left, according to a new study. The research out of Italy suggests that this "mental number line,"...
2015/01/29 22:19
2015/01/29 22:19
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WikipediaThe Russian TP-82.For 2o years Russians were equipped with a triple-barreled gun with a swing-out machete for space missions. The TP-82 pistol was included in the Soyuz Portable...
2015/01/29 21:27
2015/01/29 21:27
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Scientists have figured out a way to do something that seems impossible: unboil an egg. But strange as it may sound, the feat doesn't defy basic laws of science. When you boil an egg, the proteins...
2015/01/29 14:17
2015/01/29 14:17
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... Psychopaths just don't grasp punishment the way normal people do. So say researchers who used MRI scans to analyze the brains of 12 violent psychopathic criminals, 20 violent criminals who are not...
2015/01/28 21:19
2015/01/28 21:19
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SpongeBob SquarePants was recently spotted in an unusual place. In a recent medical case, doctors saw the image of SpongeBob, the sea-dwelling character of children's cartoons, while looking at an...
2015/01/28 17:31
2015/01/28 17:31
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While scanning electron microscopes (SEM) can provide scientists with extremely detailed images of biological specimens, thus far they have not been able to work on living organisms because the...
Read more at redOrbit, PhysOrg
2015/01/27 22:19
2015/01/27 22:19
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An ancient human fossil discovered from the seafloor near Taiwan reveals that a primitive group of humans, potentially an unknown species, once lived in Asia, researchers say. These findings suggest...
2015/01/26 17:19
2015/01/26 17:19
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The ancestors of humans may have evolved humanlike hands that were precise and powerful enough to use stone tools more than a half million years before such tools were even developed, researchers...
2015/01/26 00:17
2015/01/26 00:17
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THE oldest known fragment of a Christian gospel may have been found glued inside an Egyptian mummy’s mask. Experts believe it dates from just 60 years after Christ’s death. Biblical scholars say the...
2015/01/25 17:39
2015/01/25 17:39
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Know why rain brings that fresh, earthy smell Love the fresh and earthy smell of rain drops and curious to know where the smell comes from? Scientists have now identified the exact mechanism that...
2015/01/22 21:16
2015/01/22 21:16
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... Heavy coffee drinkers who worry about their habit can at least bear this in mind: They have a lower risk of getting skin cancer, according to a large-scale study. Researchers found that people who...
2015/01/21 13:21
2015/01/21 13:21
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The woman unable to feel FEAR: Mother, 44, has been held at gunpoint, beaten and approached poisonous snakes - but is unfazed due to rare genetic condition Woman, known as SM, has been studied by...
2015/01/19 23:23
2015/01/19 23:23
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Does this mummy mask hide the oldest known GOSPEL? Fragment of 1,900-year-old biblical papyrus was reused to craft a budget funeral dress Scientists at Acadia Divinity College in Nova Scotia used a...
2015/01/19 21:48
2015/01/19 21:48
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A new study says children in the U.S. consume more calories, saturated fat and salt on the days they eat pizza compared to the days they don't. And when eating a slice, pizza can account for up to 20...
2015/01/17 20:16
2015/01/17 20:16
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... There are all kinds of explanations out there for why zebras have stripes, ranging from tricking lions to putting off bugs. A new study helps clarify the situation: Zebras' stripes appear to be...
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2015/01/15 21:31
2015/01/15 21:31
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A team of German researchers has developed portable, shoe-sized devices that could recharge your gadgets on the go by generating power through the mechanics of walking. Researchers from the HSG-IMIT...
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2015/01/15 18:25
2015/01/15 18:25
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The ancient Greek DRINKING GAME: Expert reveals how to play kottabos, where revellers fling wine into the centre of a room Dr Heather Sharpe from West Chester University of Pennsylvania examined the...
2015/01/15 15:42
2015/01/15 15:42
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Endless blinding white ice as far as the eye can see. This is the common scene from the window of planes delivering researchers to Antarctica. However, this is not always the case. While there are...
2015/02/01 15:16
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