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Research shows the better you perceive 3-D images, the less able you are to tolerate them. http://bit.ly/1o2XppC
Between the rise of 3D movies and virtual reality, more and more people are getting a chance to don goofy glasses or headsets and experience media in three dimensions. And many of those people are discovering something about themselves: 3D makes them ill. Sitting in the theater or on their own couch, they get a sensation like motion …
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She may be 65, but Wisdom the albatross is a mother once again: http://bit.ly/20Wnwwc
Wisdom, an albatross believed to be at least 65 years old, has welcomed a new chick into the world on the Midway Atoll.
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Scientists connect two neurons for the first time. Watch it as it happens: http://bit.ly/1QqaRdH
Researchers from McGill University have artificially connected two neurons in the lab, the first step to creating a neural network.
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Minor worker ants of this species don't decline as they get older. They just suddenly drop dead. http://bit.ly/1THm5Qm
One species of ant displays no age-related declines in activity or brain function. They simply live well until they die.
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How not to get killed by cows. Important research from the United Kingdom: http://bit.ly/1K0wYdU

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How else would you test a new, color-changing material? http://bit.ly/1TT9yte
When scientists from Wuhan University in China created a novel color-shifting material, they knew exactly what to do: attach it to a 3-D printed chameleon.
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Winter is a drag, but is SAD to blame? http://bit.ly/1O22rXY
Scientists appear to have debunked a widespread conviction that seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a genuine illness.
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Maybe the mind control techniques pushed by the mainstream soul sucking media, that is influenced by corporations and industry and banking and governments are no longer working on the general population, and that's why they are sad.
And they have figured out how all the above stole, $19,000,000,000,000 trillion dollars by creating a massive public debt more than any nation on earth.

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Instead of counting birds, refuge scientists are counting days: http://bit.ly/1PKEjPk
The Malheur takeover in Oregon has quashed or delayed several important research and ecological restoration projects.
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You might think that no parent would choose to stick so much as a single pin in a virtual voodoo doll, but you’d be wrong: http://bit.ly/1S5V4qa
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What did this ancient wildebeest have in common with dinosaurs? A study in convergent evolution: http://bit.ly/1QIQgUA
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Ovulating women are more economically rational than men: http://bit.ly/1NQ1WjJ
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Take an exciting adventure with DISCOVER Magazine as it reports captivating developments in science, medicine, technology, and the world around us. Spectacular photography and refreshingly understandable stories on complex subjects connect everyday people with the greatest ideas and minds in science.