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An underwater volcano off the coast of Oregon has risen from its slumber and may be spewing out lava about a mile beneath the sea.
An underwater volcano off the coast of Oregon has risen from its slumber and may be spewing out lava about a mile beneath the sea.
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The Coast Guard usually tries to find ships before they sink. But during a recent patrol over Lake Michigan, an aircrew spotted several historic wrecks in the clear waters.
The Coast Guard usually tries to find ships before they sink. But during a recent patrol over Lake Michigan, an aircrew spotted several historic wrecks in the clear waters.
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Slow down: Hibernation may be one practice that keeps animals alive longer.
Slow down: Hibernation may be one practice that keeps animals alive longer.
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Doctors and veterinarians in the southwestern United States should keep an eye out for cases of plague, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Doctors and veterinarians in the southwestern United States should keep an eye out for cases of plague, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Sex toys have come a long way since the Stone Age – but then again, perhaps not as much as we might think.
Sex toys have come a long way since the Stone Age – but then again, perhaps not as much as we might think.
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GET THE ARCHAEOLOGISTS SOMETHING TO FUCK...FAST...THEY ARE LOSING TOUCH WITH REALITY 'COS THEY ARE SO.......O HORNY 
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People who walk for just 30 minutes daily benefit from it, a new study finds.
People who walk for just 30 minutes daily benefit from it, a new study finds.
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Round-trip saunter to the tobacconist is exactly 30 minutes.  
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Measuring a mountain relies on an incredibly tedious, and relatively low-tech series of trigonometric equations.
Measuring a mountain relies on an incredibly tedious, and relatively low-tech series of trigonometric equations.
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The planet is crawling with critters, but scientists are meeting some of them only just now.
The planet is crawling with critters, but scientists are meeting some of them only just now.
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+Corry Santos yeah but it's nice to know where he got to since the theatre closed down.
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A four-month old infant in Maryland may be the first person to have teeth form in his brain as a result of a specific type of rare brain tumor, according to a new report of the case.
A four-month old infant in Maryland may be the first person to have teeth form in his brain as a result of a specific type of rare brain tumor, according to a new report of the case.
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Can anyone say In Vitro Cannibalism?

Straight out of The Dark Half 
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Mosquitoes use scent-detecting molecules known as odorant receptors in their antennae. These sensors help mosquitoes "sniff out" sources of blood. Now, researchers have discovered mosquitoes have these same molecules in their sperm as well.
Mosquitoes use scent-detecting molecules known as odorant receptors in their antennae. These sensors help mosquitoes "sniff out" sources of blood. Now, researchers have discovered mosquitoes have these same molecules in their sperm as well.
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If it weren't for a lost stretch of DNA, human sex would likely be painful.
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This is ripe for so many jokes.
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With a little contemplation, many everyday human behaviors seem truly bizarre.
With a little contemplation, many everyday human behaviors seem truly bizarre.
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