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Imagine having a peanut allergy so severe that you must carry an EpiPen with you at all times to avoid life-threatening anaphylactic shock from accidental... [Read More]
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It puts Scotland on target to meet its goal of generating 100 percent of its electricity and 11 percent of its heat demand from renewable... [Read More]
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The more you look at this image, the less you will see. This comes down to something called Troxler's effect. [Read More]
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The autopsy of a young, male sperm whale that washed ashore on the Murcian coast in Southern Spain at the end of February has revealed... [Read More]
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A turtle that has a green punk hairdo and breathes through its butt makes it onto the Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered (EDGE) reptiles list. [Read More]
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A new state of matter that has a topographic order within disorder has been made and found to behave in a more quantum than classical... [Read More]
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Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin say they've created a device that can generate clean and safe drinking water using just sunlight and... [Read More]
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Recently released photographs from a Mumbai fish market show a shark species that hasn't been spotted for a decade... [Read More]
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After analyzing two of the "most elite" waste treatment systems on farms today, two studies from the University at Buffalo found that antibiotics aren't fu... [Read More]
Can't keep track of sunglasses? The Food and Drug Administration has approved the world's first contact lens incorporating light-adaptive pigments to shiel... [Read More]
Papyrus Salt 124 might just be the world's first documented case of a powerful man getting fired for sexual assault. [Read More]
With the prospect of nuclear war looming on the horizon again, it might be worthwhile to check up on what – if anything – can... [Read More]
Scott Pruitt's latest fail: Not updating his LinkedIn profile, where he describes himself as a "…a leading advocate against the EPA's activist agenda…". [Read More]
Japan has just found a veritable fucktonne of rare-earth elements off their eastern territorial border, but it's not clear how they're going to dig them... [Read More]
Researchers have trawled through data from the Murchison Widefield Array telescope for any alien radio signals and found diddly squat. [Read More]
A man wanted for 'economic crimes' has been arrested after being picked out by police in a crowd of 50,000 people, using cutting edge technology. [Read More]
Researchers found stonefish with switchblades on their face that can flick out to stop themselves from being eaten... [Read More]
Anthropologists have watched chimps hunt down and eat dozens of baby red colobus monkeys. Strangest of all, the chimps almost always started eating the mon... [Read More]
Life in the Ottoman Empire during the early 1800s was an orgy of color, sex, mustache-twirling, and homosexual encounters, as revealed by this diary up... [Read More]
A 28-year-old Russian woman died last week after doctors mistakenly infused her body with a concentrated embalming chemical during routine surgery. [Read More]
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