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Would You Eat Plant Burgers?

Impossible Foods has raised more than $200 million to make a burger engineered from plants that tastes at least as good as ground beef. Patrick O. Brown, the CEO of the five-year-old food start-up, is a famed Stanford geneticist. The

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

It’s A Bad Tick Season In Ontario

Populations of ticks are exploding across Southern Ontario and Public Health officials say Lyme disease is expanding with it. If one tick is found on your skin within 24 hours of attaching, it can be safely removed before it has

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

The ‘Rat Cafe’ Where You Can Dine Among Rodents

Cat cafes are all the rage these days, so it only seems logical that some other species are getting in on the action. This summer, San Francisco will be host to a pop-up rat cafe, where patrons will be able

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

The History Of Wearing Socks And Sandals

Nothing else brings out controversy the way that socks and sandals do, but the socks and sandals combination has been around for a while. In fact, historians believe that the earliest known pair of socks, which were made in Egypt

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

10-Year-Old Texas Girl Chokes on Fidget Spinner

A Texas mom is speaking out about the dangers of fidget spinners after her daughter nearly choked to death on the toy’s small parts. Kelly Rose was on her way home from a swim meet when she heard her 10-year-old

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Could This Technology Be The End for Passports

Forget boarding passes, our faces could be the only thing needed to board a plane. Finland’s national airline Finnair is using facial-recognition technology to speed up airport check-ins. Face recognition is one of the new technologies being tested at a

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

The Museum of Failure

Harley Davidson aftershave, the Segway and a mask invented to electronically shock a person’s face back to youthful glory will form part of the collection at a new Swedish museum celebrating epic innovation failures and retail flops. The ‘Museum of

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Lego Set Features NASA Women Stars

In 1925, when astronomer Nancy Grace Roman was born, “The Great Gatsby” had just been published and outer space was still a giant mystery waiting to be explored. But Nancy who turned 92 this week, showed an interest in the

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Never Get Caught With Orange Fingers Again

Are you ready for the perfect snack food gift that solves all those problems that comes when handling cheesy Cheetos. It’s just what you’ve been searching for “Finger Covers” for Cheesy, Greasy, Sticky Fingers , the ultimate Finger Food Utensil,

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Apple, From Computers, to The iPhone Now Pizza Boxes

Apples brand new campus is starting to open up to employees, and people are getting a chance to see this incredibly elaborate building and its architectural touches. From making sure rain doesn’t streak on the glass to using water cooling

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Covering Your Entire Body In Bees, Would You Do It?

  Ruan Liangming of China covered his entire body in bees during a nail-biting attempt to create the ultimate “bee beard”. “Bee bearding” is a carnival act thought to date back to the 19th century. Performers place a queen bee

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

It’s a Social Bond Between Humans and Animals

  Bears do it; bats do it. So do guinea pigs, dogs and humans. They all yawn. It’s a common animal behavior, but one that is something of a mystery. There’s still no reason on the purpose of a yawn

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

J.K. Rowling Has Urged People Not To Buy A Rare “Harry Potter”

  J.K. Rowling has joined a police appeal to help find a rare Harry Potter prequel she wrote that was stolen during a burglary in Birmingham. The story was handwritten by Rowling on both sides of an A5 postcard for

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

This Is The Only Royal That Doesn’t Have a Driver’s License

  Among her many privileges, Queen Elizabeth doesn’t have to face the stress of having to pass a pesky driving test. She is the only person allowed to sit behind the wheel in Britain without a driver’s license — and

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Canadian Soldier’s Watch Found On WW II Battlefield

  For years, the last surviving memento of rifleman Ray Donald Jackson’s life lay in the dirt in Stanley, Hong Kong, where he died. His family didn’t even have a photo to remember him by. He was just a memory

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

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