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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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Dinosaur Tail Found In Amber

A 99 year old piece of amber looks to hold the proof to a theory that scientists have held about dinosaurs for some time now that has not yet made its way into the popular conscience. Along with debris and

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HAWAII SNOW

  While it isn’t hard to tell that the weather is behaving a bit odd, it isn’t every day that you hear about a winter weather warning from Hawaii, but the big Island of Hawaii is looking at possibly up

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Your Brain On Texts

What’s our brain doing while texting? Here’s what researchers found. “TR,” a novel brain waveform occurred in the prefrontal cortex, on both sides of the brain, and was active only while sending a text, not reading one. Researchers didn’t see it

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The Perfect Cup Of Coffee

Have you ever wondered just exactly how you could have the perfect cup of coffee in the morning? There is a team of Irish researchers who had that exact thought and set about trying to determine the answer. First the

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Weather Satellite Launched

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s newest satellite was launched yesterday successfully, which means they in their own words have upgraded from black and white to high definition colour.   We are getting ready for #GOESR at @NASAKennedy!! #Countdowntolaunch @NASA

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Cookie Science

Want a better chocolate chip cookie? Leave it to science to figure it out for you. Try these tips in your next recipe and you’ll make the perfect cookie too. Source and pic courtesy of TIME Ooey-gooey: Add 2 cups

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Don’t Forget Your Towel

SpaceX has a vision of a colony on mars the size of San Francisco – That’s 1 million people living on the red planet and they want to see it get started as early as 2024.   Elon Musk has

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Attracted Minds Think Alike

We are attracted to people whose emotions we can easily understand—and that may be due in part to matching sending and receiving neural activity. This is the finding of a new study published in the journal PNAS. A test group

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Cake For Breakfast? It may Do A Body Good

Scientists at Syracuse University in New York recently carried out a large-scale study of 968 people aged 23 to 98. Their dietary habits were not changed. ’When you wake up, your brain needs energy immediately,’ says Dr. Daniela Jakubowicz, whose book The Big Breakfast Diet became a bestseller.

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Dogs Understand More Than We Thought

Dog owners have often claimed that their pets could understand what they were saying; science has just proven that to be true. Sort of.   A group of researchers in Hungary performed a series of scans on dogs as they

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NASA Mars Mission Success [PHOTOS]

While the Martian made enough money in theatres to put Matt Damon in the top 5 of the highest paid actors lists this year, the real life NASA is still in the preparation phase of it’s Mars mission.   Just

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