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What are you doing this weekend? Why not help save the life of a young single mother?

Renee and her son need your help. Even $5 goes a long way in her part of the world which is currently going through hard times.

Please help & share.

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These 20 Jobs Offer the Best Work-Life Balance

Is one of these jobs yours? Maybe it's time to consider a big career change.

https://medium.com/@larrykim/these-20-jobs-offer-the-best-work-life-balance-e6cbf8d4bc18#.d537dhpts

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Planet of the apes just got real!

Chimps using sharpened sticks to hunt! 
Chimpanzees at Fongoli hunt bushbabies or galgoes (Galago senegalensis ) using sticks they've essentially sharpened into spears. Fongoli is the only site where chimpanzees have been observed hunting using tools. After years of data collection, some interesting differences between the two sexes when it comes to hunting have been discovered. Both male and female chimpanzees hunt Galago more than any other vertebrate at Fongoli. After observing and documenting episodes of chimpanzees hunting with the use of tools, females were significantly more likely to use a tool than were males.

Photo credit: flickr user Robertsphotos1

J. D. Pruetz , P. Bertolani , K. Boyer Ontl , S. Lindshield , M. Shelley , E. G. Wessling. New evidence on the tool-assisted hunting exhibited by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes verus) in a savannah habitat at Fongoli, Sénégal. Royal Society Open Science, 15 April 2015
http://rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/2/4/140507
Fahy, G.E., Richards, M., Riedal, J., Hublin, J., Boesch, C. 2013. Stable isotope evidence of meat eating and hunting specialization in adult male chimpanzees. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 110, 5829-5833
http://www.pnas.org/content/110/15/5829.abstract
Stanford, C.B. 1999. The hunting apes:meat eating and the origins of human behavior. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

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Watching this video will make you more intelligent.

Be smart and don't believe in nonsense.

Physics, it works.


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