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NASA Mars Helicopter

NASA has been exploring Mars since 2003 with rovers, both of which went beyond their expected 90 day missions, one (Opportunity) has been going for 15 years and holds the record for the longest distance ever driven by any off-earth

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Dark Chocolate Good For Eyes

Did you know that dark chocolate might be temporarily good for your eyes? It is already known that it can improve your blood flow for a short while and the lead study author, Dr. Jeff Rabin of the University of

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Researchers Uncover What’s Believed to Be the Oldest Shipwreck in Lake Erie

In the fall of 1829, a ship had departed from Put-in-Bay, Ohio, but failed to reach its final destination. Now, researchers believe they have finally found its remains, which would make it the oldest shipwreck ever recorded in Lake Erie,

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Just 5 Alcoholic Drinks a Week Could Shorten Your Lifespan

Wine lovers were elated when a scientific study last year suggested that drinking a glass of wine a day could help them live longer. Now a new study, published in The Lancet, finds that having more than 100 grams of alcohol

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Puffin Beaks Are Flourescent

There was an accidental discovery made about the beaks of Puffins. It turns out that under a fluorescent light, they glow! The colourful bird beaks have been one of the creatures more attractive features; developed over generations of breeding.  

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Old Saying About Lies And Truth Proven True

If you’ve ever heard the expression “A lie will go round the world while truth is pulling its boots on.” [By C. H. Spurgeon, Gems from Spurgeon(1859)] There has been a new study that has proven the truth of it;

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Five Facts You Never Learned In School

There are more trees on Earth than stars in our galaxy. NASA experts believe there could be anywhere from 100 billion to 400 billion stars in the Milky Way galaxy, Snopes reports. However, a 2015 paper published in the journal

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Blue Super Moon January 30th

This month is going to see the first blue moon of the year. The first full moon happened as the year began, and now we will have the second full moon in the month which makes it a blue moon.

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German Scientists Reveal Tiny Robot

Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart, Germany have released information about a robot so small that if you didn’t know it was there you could miss it. Measuring in at just four millimetres long and

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NASA And SpaceX Successful Launch

It’s not every day a rocket blasts off into space, even more rare is a rocket being relaunched into space. SpaceX this past week accomplished this task for NASA for the first time. Previously Falcon 9 rockets have been used

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The Single Most Valuable Personality Trait

Research is pointing to conscientiousness as the one-trait-to-rule-them-all in terms of future success, both career-wise and personal. “It would actually be nice if there were some negative things that went along with conscientiousness,” Roberts told me. “But at this point

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New Blood Pressure Guidelines In US

The American Heart Association, the American College of Cardiology and nine other health professional organizations issued new blood pressure guidelines Monday which has increased the number of Americans with high blood pressure by 14% to 46% of all of the US

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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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