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The group's interpretation of the religion is not literal. It is not serious. And saying otherwise puts Muslims in an impossible situation.
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Could a pill make people more attune to inequality? When scientists gave people a drug that prolongs the effects of dopamine, they shared money more fairly.
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The Danish toymaker has reported its tenth consecutive year of sales growth.
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Longer duration of breastfeeding is linked with increased intelligence in adulthood, longer schooling, and higher adult earnings, a study following a group of almost 3,500 newborns for 30 years.
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Palcohol is alcohol in a powdered form, and the product is now legal in the U.S. But how safe is this stuff?
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More than half a million Tehranis between the ages of 15 and 45 have used crystal meth at least once. It has become the country's second most popular drug.
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In 2010, researchers from Harvard set off a tempest over the theory of inclusive fitness. A new paper tries to settle the fight over evolution and altruism.
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Costa Rica hasn't used fossil for power since 2014, thanks to hydropower.
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The rise of pronouns like "I" and "we" reflects broader representation in an age of democratized publishing, not just narcissism.
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Is the phenomenon real? Can it be harnessed?
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The artist is figuring out how to be human and famous at the same time.
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A new study claims that the children of gay couples are more likely to have emotional and developmental problems, but reveals more about the researcher than his subjects.
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Costa Rica Is Running Only on Renewable Energy : DNews
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Costa Rica hasn't used fossil for power since 2014, thanks to hydropower.

Zoologger: Oral sex may be a life saver for spider - life - 18 February ...
www.newscientist.com

Male Darwin's bark spider use genital lubrication and binding to stop their mates from eating them after copulation

Mass surveillance not effective for finding terrorists - tech - 15 Janua...
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Some UK politicians are trying once again to pass mass surveillance laws after the Paris attacks. It's a misguided approach, says a computin

Brain signature of emotion-linked pain is uncovered - health - 14 Januar...
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For the first time, scans have identified brain activity associated with pain linked to your state of mind. It could help treat conditions l

Romance algorithm predicts if you'll be lucky in love - tech - 14 Januar...
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Single? Wonder if you can do better? The Nanaya service will tell you the chances of finding the mathematically ideal partner

Why Do Zebras Have Stripes? New Study Makes Temperature Connection
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The answer to the age-old question may come down to temperature, suggests a study that finds more stripes on zebras in warmer places.

Boko Haram's 'deadliest massacre': 2,000 feared dead in Nigeria | World ...
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Amnesty International calls the killings ‘a disturbing and bloody escalation’ and a local defence group says its fighters have given up tryi

Exhaled Pounds: How Fat Leaves the Body : DNews
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When you lose weight, where does it go? Turns out, most of it is exhaled.

5 Disruptive Technology Breakthroughs That Will Shock The World
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"Disruptive" technologies - technologies that rapidly obsolete entire well-established industries overnight - are powerful things. Disruptiv

Why Wearables Should Be Free | Co.Design | business + design
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Companies shouldn't just give out wearables for free; they should pay users for data, argues Frog's chief creative officer.

Here's What Disney Princesses Would Look Like With Normal Waistlines | C...
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If Sleeping Beauty or The Little Mermaid were real humans, they would not have room for all their internal organs.

Impossible electric bike folds up to fit in a backpack
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Folding and electric bikes have proven fertile ground for innovation recently, but what about bikes that are both electric and foldable? The

Bilingual People Are Like Brain 'Bodybuilders' : DNews
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People who speak two languages may have brains that are more efficient at language processing and other tasks, new research suggests.

World's Oldest People Are Genetically Superior : DNews
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Reaching a ripe old age seems to have little to do with lifestyle and a lot to do with genes, concludes a new study on 17 of the oldest peop

Why language is neither an instinct nor innate - 20 October 2014 - New S...
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The ideas of Noam Chomsky, popularised by Steven Pinker, come under fire in Vyvyan Evans's book The Language Myth: Why language is not an in

Historic Referendum: Scotland Rejects Independence : DNews
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Scotland has rejected independence in a referendum that leaves the United Kingdom intact but opens the door to wider autonomy following a hu

100,000 Elephants Killed by Poachers in Just Three Years, Landmark Analy...
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Central Africa has lost 64 percent of its elephants in a decade, while 75 percent of all African elephant populations are in decline.

Jack White has the best-selling vinyl record in 20 years
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With his latest album, Lazaretto, Jack White wanted to prove there was still life in vinyl records. And it turns out he was right: the album

BuzzFeed raises £30m to become a 'preeminent media company'
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Venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz compares online news firm’s tech core to Time, CBS and Viacom

Turns Out Your Complex Passwords Aren’t That Much Safer | Enterprise | W...
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When the computer security company Hold Security reported that more than 1.2 billion online credentials had been swiped by Russian hackers,