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Satellites could be a promising tool for tracking Arctic wildlife on the ground, a new study suggests.
Satellites could be a promising tool for tracking Arctic wildlife on the ground, a new study suggests.
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A new startup uses vein recognition technology as a way for customers to make purchases using only the palms of their hands.
A new startup uses vein recognition technology as a way for customers to make purchases using only the palms of their hands.
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So this is how it starts. Here come the Robots. 
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An excavation of Reynard's Kitchen Cave in the United Kingdom unearthed Iron Age and Roman coins. 
An excavation of Reynard's Kitchen Cave in the United Kingdom unearthed Iron Age and Roman coins.
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Losing yourself in an acting role might be difficult, but imagine how hard it is if the human you're playing isn't human at all. Karin Konoval, who plays the orangutan Maurice in "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" talks about the transformation.
Losing yourself in an acting role might be difficult, but imagine how hard it is if the human you're playing isn't human at all. Karin Konoval, who plays the orangutan Maurice in "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" talks about the transformation.
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Toxic green mats of slimy blue-green algae will again threaten the western shores of Lake Erie later this summer.
Toxic green mats of slimy blue-green algae will again threaten the western shores of Lake Erie later this summer.
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Men like women in red, research has shown. But women? Not so much. A new study finds that women perceive a lady in red as a potential threat to their relationships, and see her as more interested in sex than women wearing other colors.
Men like women in red, research has shown. But women? Not so much. A new study finds that women perceive a lady in red as a potential threat to their relationships, and see her as more interested in sex than women wearing other colors.
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During the 2014 Kwita Izina, the annual gorilla naming ceremony in Rwanda's Volcanoes National Park, 18 baby gorillas got their names. 
During the 2014 Kwita Izina, the annual gorilla naming ceremony in Rwanda's Volcanoes National Park, 18 baby gorillas got their names.
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Although cigarette smoking isn't nearly as popular with teens in the United States as it was a decade ago, that doesn't mean teens don't smoke. A new study finds that a more exotic form of tobacco use, hookah smoking, is on the rise among U.S. teens.
Although cigarette smoking isn't nearly as popular with teens in the United States as it was a decade ago, that doesn't mean teens don't smoke. A new study finds that a more exotic form of tobacco use, hookah smoking, is on the rise among U.S. teens.
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Yellowstone National Park closed a popular road Thursday (July 10) after geothermal heat cooked the asphalt.
Yellowstone National Park closed a popular road Thursday (July 10) after geothermal heat cooked the asphalt.
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Well, that's interesting. I had my money on La Palma wiping out the east coast with a mega-tsunami but it may be the Yellowstone caldera erupting that disposes of the US may come first. (Of course they could both happen.)
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Compulsive sexual behavior may have the same patterns of brain activity as those associated with drug addiction, a new study finds.
Compulsive sexual behavior may have the same patterns of brain activity as those associated with drug addiction, a new study finds.
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Its hard not to think that they are associated though the neurological linkage is tenacious!
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For people who can control their dreams -- called lucid dreamers -- flying and having sex are the most popular activities they plan to do in their dreams, a survey finds.
For people who can control their dreams -- called lucid dreamers -- flying and having sex are the most popular activities they plan to do in their dreams, a survey finds.
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isn't sex and flying the same thing? (;
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Nikola Tesla has perhaps the broadest band of admirers of any historical figure. He is equally beloved by empirically minded scientists and those with a more mystical worldview.
Nikola Tesla has perhaps the broadest band of admirers of any historical figure. He is equally beloved by empirically minded scientists and those with a more mystical worldview.
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