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Why the Origins of the Universe Matter Today

10h ago - A few weeks ago, a team of astronomers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics made hu... | Culture
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Everyone But NASA Wants To Wake Up This Long-Dormant Spacecraft

10h ago - Where organizations lose their interest—which is to say, funding—the crowd is there to step in. I... | Culture
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User shares passwords online to mock Heartbleed bug. Can you guess what happens after?

14h ago - A Washington Post reader was fed up of hearing about the risks of the Heartbleed Bug, and left th... | Culture
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Infants 'unable to use toy building blocks' due to iPad addiction

15h ago - The Telegraph: Rising numbers of infants lack the motor skills needed to play with building block... | Culture
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Tinder: Swipe To Find Your True Love. A Close Look At The Dating App Taking The World By Storm

15h ago - EMGN: Tinder is a proximity based social ‘discovery’ app that enables the communication between u... | Culture
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Watch a Train Driver Kick a Selfie-Taking Teen in the Head

1d 2h ago - For reasons that remain unclear, a teenager named Jared Michael recently attempted to take a self... | Culture
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Nasa images suggest that Saturn is about to ‘give birth’ to a new moon

1d 3h ago - New images from Nasa's Cassini-Huygens space probe suggest that Saturn may be in the process of f... | Culture
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Are Touchscreens Melting Your Kid’s Brain?

1d 14h ago - Children today are surrounded by screen upon screen upon screen: second screens, third screens, s... | Culture
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Teen Records Himself Getting Bullied On iPad, Gets Charged With Wiretapping Instead

1d 14h ago - Imagine that you’re out and about, perhaps phone in your hand, when you witness a crime take plac... | Culture
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Photos from across the globe of last night’s ‘Blood Moon’

1d 21h ago - Vyralize: If you’re one of the many people who stayed up last night to watch the full moon, you h... | Culture
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Artificial blood 'will be manufactured in factories'

1d 23h ago - Wellcome Trust-funded stem cell research has produced red blood cells fit for transfusion into hu... | Culture
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It only took 35 years for flesh-eating bacteria to become an infectious terror

1d 23h ago - All it took for flesh-eating bacteria to go from harmless organisms to gruesome infectious pathog... | Culture
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Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Will Guard the World Cup Against Dengue

1d 23h ago - The future of public health is here, and it’s just in time for the World Cup. Scientists have dev... | Culture
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What Happens When Two A.I. Strike a Conversation

1d 23h ago - Who would've thought that if given the ability to converse, these two ChatBots would end up talki... | Culture
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27 Highly Talented Instagram Photographers You Should Follow Right Now

2d ago - Is your Instagram feed filled with a disgraceful amount of feline-themed glamour shots, food porn... | Culture
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Don't see it? It's the world’s first invisible skyscraper

2d ago - Now you see it, now you don’t. When it comes up in Seoul, South Korea, the Tower Infinity will be... | Culture
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US Airways accidentally posts extremely NSFW image on Twitter

2d ago - If you haven’t heard about it by now, US Airways posted a not so safe for work image while replyi... | Culture
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Engineered vaginas grown in women for the first time

3d ago - Vaginas grown in a lab from the recipients' own cells have been successfully transferred to the b... | Culture
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Bend it, charge it, dunk it: Graphene, the material of tomorrow

3d ago - I just want to say one word to you. Just one word. No, fans of "The Graduate," the word isn't... | Culture
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The pros and cons (mostly cons) of saving files to the desktop

5d ago - For years, Jocelyn Warfield saved her document files to the desktop. She asked me about continuin... | Culture
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Scientists Manipulate Genes to Make Old Organs Young Again (in Mice)

6d ago - Researchers at the University of Edinburgh showed this week that they could teach an old mouse's... | Culture
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Your childhood memories go further back than you think, new study says

6d ago - It is generally believed by psychologists that the earliest memories of any person go back to abo... | Culture
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6 Scientifically Proven Things Men Can Do To Be More Attractive

6d ago - Every man wants to know what will make him irresistible to women — especially when it comes to th... | Culture
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Microsoft's 'Escape from Windows XP' Game Caps the End of an Era

7d ago - Maximum PC: Well, that's it folks. Support for Windows XP officially ended on Tuesday, marking th... | Culture
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Why are selfies so popular?

7d ago - It seems no situation is immune from snapping pictures of oneself and sharing them with the world. | Culture
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