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  • Mysterious New Weapon Revealed?
    Mysterious New Weapon Revealed? OSGEOINT A satellite captured this rare glimpse at a secretive US defense site -- and the bizarre shape of the object on the right has experts salivating....
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    Kim Involves Kris' Ex in Divorce Case Getty Images Kardashian & Humphries are in the process of settling their divorce -- but what she just threw on the table may change how much he gets...
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    'Knots Landing' Star Hasn't Aged Getty Images Donna Mills hasn't been in the spotlight much since the famed soap opera ended, but she reappeared at a recent event looking amazing. What s...
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    Walgreen's Makes Big Announcement Getty Images With 7,890 drugstores throughout the US and Puerto Rico, it's already the nation's largest drug store chain. Now, it's getting bigger. What...
  • Woman Allegedly Groped TSA Agent
    Woman Allegedly Groped TSA Agent NBC2 Most passengers are used to security pat downs. Carol Jean Price had a more confrontational reaction -- and it's led to a battery charge. Awkward in...

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  • What's in That Tub of Cool Whip?
    Filed under: Humor , Health , Weird Science , Weird Stuff Cool Whip: The very name conjures up images of tasty summer treats that even those lame lactose-intolerant (or as we like to cal...
  • First Two Years of College Are Basically Useless
    Filed under: Booze , Happy Hour Hero , Weird Science Our happy hour fact to amaze your drinking buddies with. College students learn very little their freshman and sophomore years. The b...
  • Robot Rock Bands Intend to Replace Human Musicians Forever
    Filed under: Entertainment , Weird Science , Music , Asylum Exclusive When humanity inevitably finds itself at war with our robot nemeses, we know one thing for sure: They'll have their ...
  • Better Looking People Are Smarter
    Filed under: Dating/Love , Happy Hour Hero , Weird Science Our happy hour fact to amaze your drinking buddies with. Attractive people have significantly higher I.Q.s than their frumpier ...
  • Ketchup Robots Make Mess, Set Robot Revolution Back 50 Years
    Filed under: Gear , Video , Weird Science Humanity has accomplished plenty to be proud of: We landed on the moon, created the internal combustion engine and invented the cell phone. Howe...

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  • Well: Ask Well: Do Foam Rollers Aid Workouts?
    A reader asks: At the gym, instead of traditional stretching, I see tons of people rolling around on foam rollers. What does the research say about the benefits? Briana and Michael Boehme...
  • Living With Cancer: Practicing Loss
    People with cancer experience varying types of loss — of their health, of body parts, of freedom. Is there a way to practice for the losses that really matter? Susan Gubar asks in this we...
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    Sequencing the genome of one tsetse species took a decade, partly because tsetses have unusual biology and partly because of global health politics. A pregnant female tsetse fly.
  • Well: Why Chocolate Is Good for Us
    Our digestive system has trouble with chocolate, which is why it may be good for us.
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    A new study helps to explain why exercise makes our muscles ache, and suggests that it’s not always a good idea to ignore fatigue and push on.

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  • Why Does Bonking Beer Bottles Trigger a Foam Eruption?
    It's the classic party prank: smack your beer bottle on top of someone else's and watch as their bottle wells over with a seemingly endless river of foam. As it turns out, the prank has s...
  • Robotic Needle Breaks Brain Clots
    Surgeons may soon have a new tool for treating patients with dangerous blood clots in the brain - a robotic needle that will suck the clot free without harming healthy tissue around it. -...
  • Bionic Kangaroo Demonstrates Big Leap in Robotics
    German engineering company, Festo, has unveiled its latest animal-inspired robot - a kangaroo that looks and behaves eerily like the real thing. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
  • What Happens to Your Body after You Die?
    Whatever your beliefs, most people would agree that the body left behind when we depart this mortal coil is just a heap of bones and flesh. But what happens to those leftovers? Assuming t...
  • 5 Things Dark Matter Could Be - The Countdown #45
    Twenty-seven percent of the Universe is made of invisible dark matter. But what is it? In this episode, we cover the top five candidates that may fit the bill. Host/writer: Sophie... -- R...
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