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The Lesser-Known Reality of ‘Organic’: Why the Label Doesn’t Mean What It Used To

Organic food sales exceeded $60 billion in 2022, but larger agriculture businesses may be taking advantage of loopholes.

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14 Things to Keep by the Front Door if You Want to Stay Safe

A clean doormat, decorations, and accessories such as a coat hanger by your door will all improve the aesthetic appeal

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14 Things to Keep by the Front Door if You Want to Stay Safe

A clean doormat, decorations, and accessories such as a coat hanger by your door will all improve the aesthetic appeal

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Congressman Reads History of The Epoch Times on House Floor

Rep. Ralph Norman (R-S.C.) spoke on the House floor on Thursday about the origins of The Epoch Times, ...

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    Treasured artifact from 2,800 years ago reveals written references to the biblical King David

    Researchers have confirmed that a stone artifact from more than 2,800 years ago has written references to King David in the Bible. The Mesha Stele, also known as the Moabite Stone, dates back to approximately 840 BC. The 3-foot tall stone slab of black ba

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    Will Deception and Division Destroy America’s Freedom? ABSOLUTELY NOT! - The Stream

    I want to make a few things absolutely clear. I’m 78 years old. We will soon have our 25th grandchild — 11 grand and 14 great. We love our three children, our grandchildren and great-grandchildren. I love you, your family,...

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    How Industrial Agriculture Affects Our Soil

    In soil-based agriculture, soil health is the most important foundation of a healthy farm ecosystem. Learn more about its conditions.

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    Teen with rare disorder who wasn't expected to live beyond 18 months graduates from high school

    A teen from Owensboro, Kentucky, was born with a rare genetic disorder, and doctors never expected him to ...

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    Underground salt mine in Poland has otherworldly saline lakes, statues, ballrooms that defy belief

    Far beyond the humble kitchen condiment, salt—quite literally—has a history of great depth. One fascinating chapter of that ...

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    Private Sector Thrives, Government Regulations Hurt, Capitalism Is Valuable in a Crisis

    Commentary Even as there are pros and cons to the way the Trump administration has handled the CCP ...

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    DuckDuckGo !Bang

    Search thousands of sites directly from DuckDuckGo.

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    15 Easy-To-Miss Things That Will Definitely Change Our Lives For the Better

    For many years, humans have invented things that make our lives easier in every way. There are many objects that we use on a daily basis but never notice their true purpose. Here we have some interesting facts for you.

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    Unearthing Photography’s Time Capsule - The New York Times

    Four trailblazing photographers — Robert Frank, Robert Heinecken, Dave Heath and John Wood — collaborated on a project that was hidden for 30 years.

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    Life Begins at Conception | American Center for Law and Justice

    It’s a major development in the fight for unborn babies. Finally – for the first time ever – the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has made it...

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    A Blended Family: Her Mother Was Neanderthal, Her Father Something Else Entirely - The New York Times

    Genetic analysis of bones discovered in a Siberian cave hints that the prehistoric world may have been filled with “hybrid” humans.

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    Mathematicians solve age-old spaghetti mystery

    If you happen to have a box of spaghetti in your pantry, try this experiment: Pull out a single spaghetti stick and hold it at both ends. Now bend it until it breaks. How many fragments did you make? If the answer is three or more, pull out another stick

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    Why Male Dolphin Buddies 'Hold Hands'

    Bottlenose dolphins in Australia call each other by name and touch frequently to maintain alliances with other males, a new study says.   

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    8 Trade Routes That Shaped World History

    Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

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    On Passover, I remember a humble rabbi and his incredible lesson

    The essence of Passover, which begins Friday night, isn’t matzah (unleavened bread) or the four cups of wine at the seder meal.

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    PolitiFact statements about Fake news

    PolitiFact.com is a project of the Tampa Bay Times to help you find the truth in Washington and the Obama presidency.

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    Ancient beard traditions shape the face of modern Jerusalem

    JERUSALEM (AP) — Facial hair is trendy worldwide these days, but in Jerusalem beards have never gone out of style, projecting religious mysticism, nationalism and ideals of mascul

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    Non Toxic Oven Cleaning Using Easy Ingredients

    Clean your oven with non toxic ingredients. Easy to do and doesn't require deep scrubbing.

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    Every woman should know these 15 tricks with Baking soda

    People knew about useful properties of baking soda from the times of Ancient Egypt. Now we know about 300 ways of its usage, which housewives from all over the world have used for many centuries. In this article you will learn fifteen most popular of them

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    In the DNA of an ancient infant, scientists find traces of the very first Americans - LA Times

    All Native American ancestry can be traced to the same source population from a single migration event. Scientists came to this conclusion by analyzing the DNA of a baby girl who lived in Alaska about 11,500 years ago.

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    First, They Came for the Biologists - WSJ

    The postmodernist left on campus is intolerant not only of opposing views, but of science itself.

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    Calif. Lady Moves to Red State, Suddenly Sends Unexpected Message to Lib Friends Back Home

    She finally admitted something conservatives have known for a while....

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    Ancient Egyptian mummy genomes suggest an increase of Sub-Saharan African ancestry in post-Roman periods : Nature Commun

    Archaeological and historical records had shown ancient Egypt before and after Ptolemaic and Roman periods to be a hub of human migration and exchange.

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    The president just made a titanic foreign policy shift. The media missed it.

    In Saudi Arabia, Trump directly called on the Muslim world to defeat the forces of terrorism and extremism.

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    Finding North America’s lost medieval city

    Cahokia was bigger than Paris—then it was completely abandoned. I went there to find out why.

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    Premature Graying in Dogs

    We know that premature gray hair in people is a result of a variety of influences. Many parents swear that their kids are making them go gray. Before and after pictures of U.S. Presidents show an astounding increase in gray hair in eight—or even four—

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    12 Best Beauty Hacks That No One Told You About

    We all want quick and easy fixes in times of skin, hair and makeup problems. It's quite an obsession for people like us to always keep an eye on new and

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    Priests & Politicians

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    Hay, I'm cold! Scientists discover horses can communicate with humans by pointing at signs

    Researchers at the Norwegian Veterinary Institute taught horses to point their heads at different symbols when they felt cold and needed a blanket, or when they wanted the blanket off.

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    Facebook feuds over politics lead some to unfollow or even unfriend relatives and acquaintances | The Island Packet

    In a historically volatile election year, Facebook can become too vitriolic for even the best friends, relatives and acquaintances.

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    A. Rudin Furniture - How great furniture is manufactured

    Each piece of A. Rudin furniture is born in our factory at 6062 Alcoa Avenue in downtown Los Angeles. We invite you to view our video for a glimpse of how it...

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    You are surprisingly likely to have a living doppelganger

    What are the chances of finding your exact lookalike? BBC Future investigates.

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    FANTASTIC FULL SPEECH: Ivanka Trump

    FANTASTIC FULL SPEECH: Ivanka Trump - Republican National Convention - Here Comes the Sun!

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    Data Mining Reveals the Six Basic Emotional Arcs of Storytelling

    Scientists at the Computational Story Laboratory have analyzed novels to identify the building blocks of all stories.

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    How to see everything Google knows about you - Business Insider

    Even if you consider yourself a privacy buff, it's worth taking a look at your settings to make sure that you're comfortable with what you are sharing.

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    Scientists discovered a new shade of blue and it’s totally gorgeous

    Sometimes, the best things happen by pure accident. Such is the case with a brand new gorgeous shade of blue, which Oregon…

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    The Psychology of Buying and Selling a House

    How our emotions influence the homes we choose and the prices we pay

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    The agency game: Six tips for choosing an agency

    Answer the following six questions and you’ll have a great chance of choosing an agency that will be your company's perfect creative collaboration partner.

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    How to Be a Pro at Organizing Under Your Sinks - 101 Days of Organization

    Lots of people either shove cleaning materials under their sink or just keep one or two things down there because of the space. You don’t need to cram it full, but you also don’t need to leave the space empty and barren. Here are a few great tips to h

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      Science: Look At These Cute Cats to Boost Your Productivity

      Looking at cute cat photos has potential work benefits according to a study by Hiroshima University researchers.

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      Is the GOP Risking Suicide?

      To either ignore the clear instructions of its electorate, or renounce their chosen messenger, would be for the Republican Party to forfeit its future, and cling to a discredited and dead past.…

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      Let Me Ask America a Question - WSJ

      Republican presidential contender Donald J. Trump writes: Let me ask America a question: How has the “system” been working out for you and your family?

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      Physicists Prove Classical Music Inhabits Separate Realm, Inaccessible To Humans

      Physicists released a report Wednesday revealing that classical music exists in a field of reality entirely removed from 4D spacetime.

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      Metaphors That Make Us Feel Clean and Dirty, Literally

      Liars who want mouthwash? Research shows that our brains can’t always separate what’s reality and what’s metaphor, says Robert M. Sapolsky.

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      7 Brilliant Ways to Unclog a Drain (Photos)

      Baking Soda and Vinegar This method probably won’t work on your toughest clogs. Related story on Yahoo Makers: 5 Handy Household Uses for Vinegar The Wire Hanger It doesn’t get more simple than this.

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      Is Solitude a Key Element of Creativity?

      Charles Dickens didn’t just have a great mind, he had great calves as well. On any given day, Dickens averaged 12+ miles of walking through the lush Kent countryside or the bustling streets of Victorian London.

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      500 Years of Jewish Life in Venice - The New York Times

      A journey into one of the world’s oldest Jewish ghettos, where this year a long, rich history is commemorated.

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      A Stranger Is Following Her Closely, But When She Turns Around? This Is Going To Save A Lot Of Lives | facebook

      9-1-1. Those three numbers have stood as a symbol of safety in the face of emergency for nearly 50 years. It's the first telephone number that ... | facebook

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      List of Things to Dispose Of

      Cleaning out clutter can be a tough task, especially if you have been letting it build up for a while. Instead of setting aside a huge block of time to take care of months' or years' worth of clutter, take baby steps by throwing away only one type of

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      How Donald Trump’s Army Is Transforming the GOP

      Capital Journal: Washington Bureau Chief Gerald F. Seib peels back the curtain on the new breed of Republican voter who backs Donald Trump and eschews traditional conservative ideologies in favor of a populist agenda.

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      Horses can recognise human emotion, new study shows

      Psychologists have shown for the first time that horses are able to distinguish between positive and negative human facial expressions

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      Trump’s America

      There’s nothing irrational about Donald Trump’s appeal to the white working class, writes Charles Murray: They have every reason to be frustrated with the raw deal they’ve received in recent decades.

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      Why I'm voting for Donald Trump - CNNPolitics.com

      Why I'm voting for Donald Trump: CNN talks to more than 150 people in 31 cities to explore what's driving the Trump phenomenon

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      5 Tips on How to Present Like Steve Jobs

      Steve Jobs was many things, including a master storyteller. Presenting like he did isn't that difficult. You simply need to create and stick to a particular focus.

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      Sex and the Power of the Visual | PragerU

      Why are men so easily turned on sexually by a woman's legs, but not vice-versa? Why are female strip clubs so much more prevalent and popular than male strip clubs, but not vice-versa? In five minutes, Dennis Prager explains why the answers to these quest

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      This Steve Jobs quote perfectly sums up the difference between billionaires and the rest of us - Yahoo Finance

      From Yahoo Finance: Rich people think differently than the average person, and Apple cofounder Steve Jobs, who died...

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      Hate Math? These Mental Tricks Will Have You Multiplying Faster Than Einstein Ever Could! « Mind Hacks

      2 + 2 = 4. That's about as much math as I can handle without a calculator on a daily basis. I literally hate doing math more than anything in life, mostly because I'm not good at it—and I hate doing things I'm not good at. So, when I come across a cool

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      From 'Avatar' to 'Jurassic Park,' 'Beowulf' to 'Jaws,' All Stories Are the Same

      From Avatar to The Wizard of Oz, Aristotle to Shakespeare, there’s one clear form that dramatic storytelling has followed since its inception.

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      How to Clean Your Oven - Bon Appétit

      If the last time you cleaned your oven was 1982, it's time to whip out the elbow grease—it's 2016 and your most used kitchen appliance needs a little TLC.

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      The Claim: People Don't Want Economic Equality

      A recent Atlantic essay argued that people don't really want equality. We want fairness. So when is inequality considered unfair?

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      Indian troops battle deadly flooding in Chennai - BBC News

      Fresh rain in the southern Indian city of Chennai causes serious flooding, with flights and trains suspended and hundreds of people without power.

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      History | Haspel | Fine Clothing For Men | New Orleans, LA

      Founded in New Orleans in 1909 and still made in the USA, Haspel is the originator of the Seersucker suit and now offers a vibrant collection of men's clothing.

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      The case against equality of opportunity

      It's a morally toxic goal. The sooner we stop pursuing it, the better.

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      Perfect pre-Roman era tomb discovered at Pompeii

      From Yahoo News: Archaeologists have discovered a Pre-Roman era tomb in perfect condition at Pompeii, the team at the archaeological site buried in a 79AD volcanic eruption announced Monday. "Pompeii continues to be an inexhaustible source of scienti

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      Scientists Learn How Genes Can Jump Between Species

      Scientists have discovered a way by which genes from one species can jump directly into another species—nature’s way of creating genetically modified organisms.

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      Rosh Hashanah in the Middle Ages - Medievalists.net

      As the Jewish High Holy Days takes place, we take a look at how Jews celebrated Rosh Hashanah in the Middle Ages.

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      The Secret to Better Learning That Most People Don't Know

      Despite multiple studies showing the benefits, many people don’t know this learning trick. Mixing up your learning can lead to massive gains, a new study of academic performance reveals. For years now ‘interleaving’ has been a secret largely confine

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      A DIY Stain Remover That Works On Everything

      Through trial and error I found a concoction of things I already had in my home that I used to make a great DIY stain remover that worked on years-old stains!

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      Musical Preferences Can Indicate Cognitive Style

      Interesting new research suggests a person’s thinking style is a predictor of their taste in music. Psychologists from the University of Cambridge discovered

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      How language can affect the way we think

      A look at the ways that the construction of language can have implications for the way we think, act and parse the world around us.

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      The Top 5 Regrets of the Dying

      These top five regrets, reflect the life lived by modern man, a life lived in response to the dreams, visions and goals of others.

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      The Rise of Phone Reading

      It’s not the e-reader that will be driving future books sales, it’s the phone; How publishers are rethinking books for the small screen

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      Where Our Soul Goes When We Dream, According To Native Americans

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      India Declares Dolphins To Be “Non-Human Persons”, Dolphin Shows Banned

      India’s Ministry of Environment and Forests has decided to forbid the keeping of captive dolphins for public entertainment anywhere in the country. In a policy

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      ▶ What Makes America Different? - YouTube

      Is America really that great? Or is the United States just like any other nation? Outsiders tend to be the best judge of character, and Nick Adams, a best-se...

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      ▶ Why Capitalism Works - YouTube

      Cultural depictions of capitalism are almost all negative. There's the Monopoly guy with the top hat and cigar. There's Gordon Gekko saying, "Greed is good."...

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      Create a Conversation, Not a Presentation

      You and your audience should reach a conclusion together.

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      Six Things Everyone Should Know About Quantum Physics

      Quantum physics can be intimidating, but if you keep these six key concepts in mind, you should be able to improve your understanding of it.

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      The Backwards Brain Bicycle - Smarter Every Day 133

      Patreon Support Link: http://www.patreon.com/smartereverydaynFree Audio Book ⇒ http://bit.ly/AudibleSED ⇐ (I really do love the Commander's book!)nTweet ⇒ http://bit.ly/BackwardsBike ⇐ Post to FB⇒ http://bit.ly/BackwardsBikeFBn↓↓↓↓↓↓

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      Trends Show Crowdfunding To Surpass VC In 2016

      By 2016 the crowdfunding industry is on track to account for more funding than venture capital, according to a recent report by Massolution. Just five years ago there was a relatively small market of early adopters crowdfunding online to the tune of a rep

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      UFO Folklore Jackie Gleason & UFOs

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      7 Salt Life Hacks You Probably Don't Know About But You Should

      You learn something new every day right?

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      How To Tell If Someone Is Watching You Through A Two-Way Mirror In 30 Seconds

      Many of you might be surprised to find out that there are only 13 states in the USA that legally do NOT allow cameras, or two way mirrors in private places such

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      Millionaires Who Are Frugal When They Don’t Have to Be

      Recent research shows that single-digit millionaires, at least, are generally far more mindful about how they save, spend and invest their money.

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      The Mood Most People Are In Most of The Time, Everywhere

      How people feel, on average, most of the time, wherever they live in the world. People are, on average, in a mildly good mood most of the time all around the world, a new study finds. Researchers have reviewed evidence

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      Stop standing still

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      Continental Collision Could Trigger California Tsunami - Yahoo News

      From Yahoo News: Massive undersea earthquakes off the coast of California could send a tsunami crashing into Los Angeles or San Diego, new research suggests. As the North American and Pacific tectonic plates grind past each other, large chunks of Earth's

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      Boeing Unveils Amazing, Slightly Terrifying New Electromagnetic Pulse Weapon

      With pinpoint accuracy, this electronic warfare drone can black out opposing forces at will.

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      Robotics: Ethics of artificial intelligence

      Four leading researchers share their concerns and solutions for reducing societal risks from intelligent machines.

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      3 secrets to the billionaire personality

      "Billionaires are different," a report on billionaire personality traits said, citing three personality traits that are "essential" for success.

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      BBC One | Facebook

      Nature’s greatest artist? One talented little pufferfish hopes to impress a female with his masterpiece. #LifeStory

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      Two Personality Traits Which Predict Long Life

      Why friends are better at predicting how long you’ll live from personality traits. Men with conscientious personality traits and those who are open to experience live longer, a new study finds. For women, those who are more agreeable and emotionally st

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      24 Charts Of Leadership Styles Around The World

      From structured individualism in the U.S. to ringi-sho consensus in Japan, different cultures can have radically different leadership styles.

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      Scrabble adds even more garbage words to its dictionary

      Scrabble, once the sport of kings and their grandmothers, has made increasing inroads toward trying to chillax about its word restrictions, to name just one garbage portmanteau it allowed to slither into its official dictionary. Last year, it invited play

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        The Daily Routines of Famous Creative People

        Want to develop a better work routine? Discover how some of the world’s greatest minds organized their days.

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        The Backstory Behind the Coke Ad in 'Mad Men'

        For Don Draper, enlightenment apparently came in the form of the perfect advertising pitch.

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          6 Cool Animals That Live Only in California

          Our state has a lot of what ecologists call "endemic species," meaning species found in California and nowhere else. Here are some of the coolest ones.

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          All In The Palm Of Your Hand – Just Press These Points For Wherever You Hurt

          Some days you may feel like you’ve got the whole world in the palm of your hands. That might be a little lofty, but it can be said that you have yourself in the palm of your hands. Certain pressure points on your hands can help relieve pain in other par

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          Letting Learners Choose Their Own Path: Designing for Different Learning Styles

          The ultimate goal of any effective instructional endeavor is to impart knowledge or skills onto a learner, right? Some teachers and course developers think

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          ▶ LIVING WITH LIONS - THE LION WHISPERER: Kevin Richardson (Part 1) - YouTube

          http://video.news.sky.com/skynews/video/ Animal behaviourist, Kevin Richardson, has struck up a remarkable friendship with an entire pride of lions in South ...

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          Hot times at Yellowstone: huge magma chamber found deeply buried

          From Yahoo News: By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Deep beneath Yellowstone National Park, one of the world's most dynamic volcanic systems, lies an enormous, previously unknown reservoir of hot, partly molten rock big enough to fill up the Grand Cany

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          The Difference Between Being Really Smart ... And Being A Genius

          Most people tend to think of high IQ and genius as virtually the same, but they’re far from it.

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          Why Feelings Will Always Beat Facts

          We often think we are logical people making fact-based decisions. But we are often being swayed simply by the use of a metaphor.

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          Apple Watch: Everything We Know | MacRumors

          Apple's Watch is designed to be both fashionable and functional, available in an array of different color and materials with six different types of watch straps that are easily interchangeable. Prices for the device, which will be available for pre-order and in-store previews on April 10 ahead of an April 24 launch, start at $349 and go as high as $17,000.

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            13 Awesome Characteristics of Highly Sensitive People.

            By Tanya Markul

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            17 Things To Expect When You Start Dating Someone Who Has Been Single For A While

            Being single awards us certain privileges like not having to consider a partner in decision making and taking up literally all the space on the bed at nigh

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            5 Things In Mad Men That Became Important - Business Insider

            The advertising industry was never the same. Some people don't realize the show depicts landmark developments in the advertising industry with equal precision. We spoke with real-life 1960s "Mad Man" Mel Abert, former art director at renowned ad

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              9 Ways We Set Ourselves Up To Be Controlled in Relationships | NLP Discoveries

              Do you often feel like others are controlling? Or do you feel like the pressures of life are too much? Do you give your power away to others and feel helpless? If so, this post will shed light on how you might be setting yourself up to feel controlled...

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                Michael Douglas' new role: taking on anti-Semitism - LA Times

                Michael Douglas is best known as an enduring and prolific movie star, one who's given such memorable film performances as a corporate raider in "Wall Street," an unhinged everyman in "Falling Down" and as the flamboyant entertainer Lib

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                Why Pi Matters - The New Yorker

                Yes, Pi Day is again upon us. And not just any Pi Day. They’re calling this the Pi Day of the century: 3.14.15. Pi to five digits.

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                Natural Products Expo also explores beauty, supplements and more - LA Times

                The Natural Products Expo West included more than food. There were personal-care products and supplements galore. Here are some highlights.

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                The New IP - IPv4 vs. IPv6 in the New IP

                We're effectively out of free IPv4 addresses. Four billion addresses seemed like enough when there were only a handful of computers on the network. Now that we expect to connect all 7.2 billion humans, we simply must move to IPv6 and its 340 trillion avai

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                Science Proves Cats Are Holistic Healers

                By Steven Bancarz| Cats can make great friends and companions. And they're hilarious. You can laugh endlessly at some of the cat videos on YouTube. They

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                7 Scientific Reasons Why Sleeping Naked Is Really Good For You

                Naked and proud!

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                $110,000 given to San Diego zoo to help save northern white rhino - LA Times

                A Los Angeles-based philanthropic organization is providing money to help San Diego's Frozen Zoo find ways to bring the northern white rhino back from the brink of extinction, zoo officials announced Thursday.

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                Another reason to drink coffee: It's good for your heart, study says - LA Times

                Now you can enjoy your third daily cup of coffee and feel healthy while you do it: According to a new study, that third cup of joe may be good for your heart.

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                Pain Really Is All In Your Head And Emotion Controls Intensity : Shots - Health News : NPR

                Humiliation, fear and unpredictability all turn up the volume on pain, research shows. And meditation can turn down pain's intensity, according to scientists who are starting to figure out why.

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                Our Amazingly Plastic Brains - WSJ

                Don’t think of our most important organ as a machine doomed to break down. Mental and physical exercise can keep the brain fit and help it recover capacities lost to disease and trauma.

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                ▶ Meaning of American Pie by Don McLean - YouTube

                American Pie (1971) is a cryptic song by Don McLean that starts on the death of Buddy Holly in a airplane crash in February, 3rd 1959, the day the music died...

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                  17 Things That Will Make You Feel More Uncomfortable Than You Probably Should

                  Here are 17 things that will make you feel more uncomfortable than you probably should

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                    Pulsar Observed Wobbling Out Of Space Time - Vanishing Out Of Our Now

                    Pulsar Observed Wobbling Out Of Space Time - Vanishing Out Of Our Now - amazing astronomical event witnessed by scientists on Earth...

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                    Depression May Be Caused by Inflammation

                    Researchers have found evidence that a common immune response could be the cause of a common mental illness.

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                    Beyond goodbye

                    Some people not only share their life but their moment of death with loved ones. Are these 'shared-death experiences' real or a mirage?

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                    Norman Bridwell, Clifford Creator, Dead at 86 - ABC News

                    Norman Bridwell, creator of the popular "Clifford the Big Red Dog" series of children's books turned into a PBS TV show, has died.

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                    The U.S. Government Has a Secret System for Stalling Patents

                    Newly released documents reveal that the office, tasked with evaluating and protecting the rights to intellectual property, has a covert system for delaying controversial or inconvenient patents. It’s a system that attorneys say, if abused, could functi

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                    Astronomers Find Evidence Of Two Undiscovered Planets In Our Solar System

                    The possibility of a planet lurking in the outer reaches of the solar system has gained new ground, based on the orbits of recently discovered objects. There is a new twist to the latest evidence, however, with suggestions of not one but two large planets

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                    After the Loss of a Spouse, There Is No Right Amount of Time Before Moving On

                    People who remarry after a spouse’s death report less depression and a greater sense of well-being and life satisfaction than those who don’t remarry, an expert says. Men are more likely to seek out a new relationship, and to do it sooner, than women.

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                    Walk This Way: Acting Happy Can Make It So

                    Research shows people can improve their mood with small changes in behavior, from putting a bounce in your step to talking to strangers.

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                    New Understanding of Time Changes the Way We See the World | Spirit Science

                    It turns out Doctor Who was right: “Timey-wimey” is, indeed, a bit “wibbly-wobbly.” Scientists have confirmed, several times, that the speed at which ti

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                    Scientists Photograph Soul Leaving Body At Death, According To New Study | Spirit Science and Metaphysics

                      By Steven Bancarz| I recently came across an article that I thought was interesting enough to share, and I think I may be able to provide proper

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                    Mars 15 Days Later: REVISITED: Moving Animals? NASA Curiosity Rover

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                                  The Weirdest Object in the Universe

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                                      Crazy Video: UFO Attacks, Destroys Taliban Camp In Afghanistan

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                                              Elements of Love by Ofer Zur, Ph.D., offered by Zur Institute

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