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Everybody freaks out over the idea of getting bitten by a scorpion or spider — but those are nothing. Our planet contains creatures with much more deadly toxins to defend themselves with. Here are some revealing videos of the most venomous creatures on Earth.
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It may sound redundant, but to many people a Hitchcock film would not be a Hitchcock film without Hitchcock. By this I mean not only Hitchcock’s masterful command of light and shadow, camera movement, and editing, but also the brief, witty appearances of the man himself, in front of the camera.
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The Tempescope is a novel device designed by Ken Kawamoto that displays the upcoming forecast by simulating weather conditions inside a small translucent box. The device is capable of downloading information about upcoming weather off the internet, which it then translates into a variety of modes
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Polaroid photography has seen a new wave of interest over the past decade, in large part from young photographers looking to do something different from what they can with the digital technology on which they grew up.
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I know exactly NOTHING about football, but even I knew FIFA was corrupt! Blatter the only person IN THE WORLD not aware & not responsible? REALLY? #myfirstandlastfootballpost
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Caves and tunnels have always been part of human life.
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When you picture a rocket, you might imagine a giant ship carrying lots of fuel, people and supplies. But what if the next wave of spacecraft were small enough to fit into our pockets? Dhonam Pemba details the future of microspacecraft, and how scientists at NASA are hoping to use micropropulsion to launch these tiny vessels outside of Earth’s orbit.
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A team of scientists has used X-ray and gamma-ray observations of some of the most distant objects in the universe to better understand the nature of space and time. Their results set limits on the quantum nature, or 'foaminess,' of spacetime at extremely tiny scales.
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What is the meaning of life? This may sound simplistic or naïve, especially in relation to much contemporary philosophy, which assumes the question is incoherent and reserves its focus for smaller and smaller slices of experience.
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Science Writer at SEN (Space Exploration Network) Washington Times and Universe Today. Radio broadcaster. On Twitter @astrojenny. Views are my own
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Science Writer & Broadcaster StarWatcher Skeptic RationalThinker  MusicLover Harpist Singer BookWorm BSLUser WooBasher OUAddict  Atheist & UberTweeter!
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Science Writer & Broadcaster
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British Sign Language user
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  • Space Exploration Network (SEN)
    Science Writer, present
  • The Washington Times
    contributer, 2014
  • Universe Today
    Science Writer, 2013
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