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If You Use Baby Talk You’re Not Alone

If you’re one of those parents who uses Baby Talk (also known as Motherese) on your infant then researches want you to know that you are among the norm. Researchers have said that, not only is the musical and somewhat

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Vacations According To Science

Vacations are deceptively complex. By their very nature they’re meant to be stress-free, so we assume we shouldn’t put too much thought into them. But behavioral science research actually tells us that certain strategies will almost always make certain types

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Hyperloop Contest Won By German Team

Elon Musk’s company SpaceX held a competition for pods for the proposed Hyperloop system on the weekend and the contest came to a close on Sunday.   It was all about the speed that the pods could run down a test

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Breakthroughs In Space On Earth

There were two big breakthroughs in space that happened right here on Earth this week. One of them was the development of a new space suit by SpaceX which looks like the sort of thing you would see in a

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Cheap Eclipse Viewing

Even though the forecast for Monday is looking cloudy; there is still a chance that you could see the 70% eclipse that is expected for much of southern Ontario. Which means you are going to need a way to safely

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Science And Safety For The Eclipse

With less than a week until the Solar eclipse you may be thinking about picking up some solar viewing glasses so you can get in on this thing that many have been talking about for months now. But why are

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August Skies Get Active This Week

There are going to be a number of reasons to tilt your head back this August. The skies are going to be pretty active this month starting with a partial lunar eclipse that will be occurring Tomorrow night. While it

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Happy Tips

Science says, you need these things to be happy: 1. Relationships are essential. A major study followed hundreds of men for more than 70 years, and found the happiest (and healthiest) were those who cultivated strong relationships with people they

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Take A Walk On The ISS

Google has given us a new way of seeing the International Space Station (ISS) with their street view! With all the interest in space of last, the flyover of pluto, the northern lights, and the upcoming solar eclipse, it seems

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New Science Says T-Rex Couldn’t Run

No matter what you think you learned from watching the 90’s movie Jurassic Park, new research from the University of Manchester says, the T-Rex was not as fast as a jeep; in fact they say it wasn’t even as fast

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New Pluto Video From NASA

NASA’s New Horizons’ spacecraft has provided yet another unique experience for us back on earth as there is a video showing what it would be like to fly over Pluto.   Now whether you call it a planet, dwarf planet,

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Meal Times Can Affect Sleep Schedule

We all know that feeling when you take a long flight and are feeling jet lagged, or if you have to work a weird shift or some other event throws off your sleeping pattern it can make you feel terrible.

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Nasa Mission To The Sun [VIDEO]

Nasa wants to “touch the sun” and they are planning a mission to do just that. They will get a space craft closer to the sun than has ever been done before. Previously the closest we had been was in

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Leonardo da Vinci Exhibit World Tour Begins [VIDEO]

  The largest exhibit of one of the world’s greatest minds in history has begun it’s 10 year world tour.   Leaonardo da Vinci, a name so grand it has inspired books, movies, and ninja turtles, was a true renaissance

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March For Science

This Earth Day there are also Marches for Science taking place, based out of the US the movement has spread its message across the globe, and there will even be events held in Toronto, Hamilton, and Kitchener-Waterloo.   This series

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