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Sadia Afroz
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Awkward moment when you try to bite into an apple, which instead triggers an awful toothache. #ironyoftheday
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Am I the only one to have the urge to work by candle light on windy nights? I just like thinking I'm relating to history and people during the romantic and victorian era. #literacy #history #windywednesday   #hurricanesandy  
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By 2100, scientists say the world's ocean will be similar to the Cretaceous era.
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So funny. :)
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Maryland stands as #1 in the US's brain health index. Health diet such as consumption of DHA, omega-3 fatty acids and fruit contribute to alzheimer's prevention.
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Good Morning!
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The perfect Frakenstorm with gale winds, snow and rain just in time for Halloween #Halloween #Weather  
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This is great news!
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www.nydailynews.com

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Today is Winter Solstice and NASA has added another cosmic treat to 21 December as its Kepler mission has just discovered the first Earth-si

Diamond Planet Discovered By Astronomers (VIDEO)
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The nursery song "twinkle twinkle, little star" might have a whole new meaning now that astronomers have found a planet they believe to be m

The Earth Has a Ring
gizmodo.com

Of anti-protons! While it's not as visually cool as what Saturn has going for it, this is still an important development, even if we can't t

How to Save Money at Target
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Nerdy Physics Rap Video
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A bunch of nerds watching their nerd friend rapping a really nerdy rap.

NASA - Hurricane Season 2011: Hurricane Irene (Atlantic Ocean)
www.nasa.gov

Just before 8 a.m. EDT, on Saturday, August 27, Hurricane Irene made landfall near Cape Lookout, N.C.