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It’s very easy to tell the difference from plants and animals…right? It was announced last week that sea anemones are actually half animal, and half plant! Trace explains how something can be both plant and animal, and lists out a few other similar cases. Read More: Sea Anemone Is Both
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You’re likely pretty sure that you don’t want the E. coli bacteria lingering around your home, but what if it helped make your chairs more comfortable? No-one wants to see E. coli bacteria lingering around the home, but what if it helped make your chairs more comfortable? Believe it or
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Researchers have found a connection between mothers being exposed to toxic air pollution and their babies being born with compromised neurological development. Researchers have found a connection between mothers being exposed to toxic air pollution and their babies being born with compromised neurol
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March 26 (Bloomberg) — Cell phone maker HTC has launched their latest phone: the HTC One M8. The Taiwan-based company is crossing their fingers this latest model — with an ultimate selfie camera — will turn around nine quarters of sales declines. Bloomberg’s Angus Bennett tak
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Astrology focuses on star charts and zodiac signs to build a foundation to one’s life. Astrology is also a bunch of asserted, unproven, untested mumbo jumbo. Laci breaks down how and why astrology shouldn’t be considered a real science. Read More: Astrology: Is it Scientific? http://und
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Subscribe to ITN News: http://bit.ly/1bmWO8h The night sky over the world’s largest space launch facility was lit up on Tuesday as a Soyuz rocket launched one astronaut and two cosmonauts to the International Space Station. From the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, the trio will ride inside
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This video shows a continually-looping infrared view of our Milky Way galaxy, as seen by NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope. MORE INFO BELOW… The icon in the lower right corner shows how the view changes over time, from our position in the Milky Way. The mosaic comes primarily from the GLI
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A 22-year-old woman in the Netherlands has had her skull replaced by a three dimensional plastic printed transplant. A 22 year old woman in the Netherlands has had her skull replaced by a three dimensional plastic printed transplant. The medical procedure reportedly saved her life, as the woman was
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March 27 – A Russian Soyuz rocket docks with the International Space Station to deliver the crew of Expedition 39/40. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world’s stories li
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KG and Ringy are in Aspen, Colo., in search of a time tube containing the mouse from Steve Jobs’ first mass-marketed Lisa computer. Buried during the now-defunct International Design Conference in Aspen (IDCA).
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From ESO, observations made at telescopes in South America have made the surprise discovery that the remote asteroid Chariklo is surrounded by two dense and narrow rings. This is the smallest object to have rings and only the fifth body in the Solar System — after the much larger planets Jupiter,
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Just to clarify, this video isn’t about people who are alive but we think should be dead. Instead, it’s a list of people who’ve gone through things that absolutely should have killed them, and came out the other side to tell the tale. From giving birth and having brain surgery at t
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Paula Newton takes viewers inside a P-3 Orion airplane to learn about how it and its crews help the search for MH370
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Black Death plague victims reveal clues about life during the pandemic that swept Europe and then England during the 14th Century. Report by Ashley Fudge.
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Recurring dreams can be weird and confusing. Why do we dream about some things more often, and how should we interpret them? Annie joins DNews today to talk about some common dreams, and some theories as to why they occur. Read More: The Science Behind Dreaming http://www.scientificamerican.com/arti