Fied Of Sea Star

Fied Of Sea Star

Scientists were observing a field of brittle sea stars off Jarvis Island when they saw something they never expected: One of the brittle stars snatched a squid right out of the water. A member of the team described the scene as a “once in a lifetime” event. 00

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Advantages Of Workout

Advantages Of Workout

If you want your body to stay young, you might want to exercise more. Scientists recently found that only people who exercise the most actually benefit at a cellular level. 00

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Why Are We Here? Physicist Revealed

Why Are We Here? Physicist Revealed

Physicist Robbert Dijkgraaf, a contributor to the “The Usefulness of Useless Knowledge,” explains how the small differences in theories about space and time might explain why life just happened to happen. 00

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North Korea’s Subway System

North Korea’s Subway System

Deep below the ground is North Korea’s beautiful Pyongyang Metro, a bustling subway system where hundreds of thousands of people make their way to and from work every day. The metro is 360 feet below ground, making it one of the deepest subway systems in the world. Some of the...

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Here’s What You Should Know About Barking Dog

Here’s What You Should Know About Barking Dog

Dogs are always barking, which means dogs are always taking. Here’s how to tell if there’s a burglar outside, it’s bathroom time, or if they’re just playful. 00

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Why You Should Never Pour Grease Down The Drain

Why You Should Never Pour Grease Down The Drain

It can be easy to just wash out your pan and whatever grease is left on it right after cooking, but you could be doing real damage to your pipes and the public sewer system when you do. Here’s what you need to know. 00

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Baking Soda Shortage

Baking Soda Shortage

The shortage of baking soda solution is hitting hospitals nationwide and life-saving operations are being put on hold, the New York Times reports. A hospital in Alabama recently postponed seven open-heart operations and one doctor said that he tried mixing his own solution to combat the deficit. Besides the baking...

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10 Amazing New Inventions You Need To See

10 Amazing New Inventions You Need To See

Top 10 brilliant inventions that will make your life easier 00

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Mark Zuckerberg Discover He Was Accepted To Harvard

Mark Zuckerberg Discover He Was Accepted To Harvard

Mark Zuckerberg never actually graduated Harvard — he dropped out as a sophomore to run Facebook. But he’s finally getting his honorary degree at the 2017 commencement ceremony. The tech mogul is scheduled to speak to graduates on Thursday May, 25, and to mark the occasion, he posted a throwback...

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Seniors Fitness

Seniors Fitness

Exercise can play a big role in staying healthy as a senior. 00

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Radio Waves Could Be Safe For Us?

Radio Waves Could Be Safe For Us?

Humans aren’t just changing the surface of Earth, we’re also changing the space around us. We’ve created a bubble around Earth that NASA probes discovered. It’s invisible to the naked eye but could prove incredibly useful in the near future for our way of life. 00

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Tabby’s Star Dimmed

Tabby’s Star Dimmed

Tabby’s Star — officially known as KIC 8462852 — is acting weird, again. Recent reports indicate it has started to dim in brightness. That’s what Tabby’s star does — it dims. 00

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Fidget Spinner

Fidget Spinner

Fidget spinners are everywhere these days. You can buy them on any street corner for a few dollars, and both kids and adults are obsessed with them. The companies that make these hot new gadgets claim they help relieve stress and anxiety and can help kids with ADHD focus. David...

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Here’s What ‘Permanent Press’ On Your Washer Really Works

Here’s What ‘Permanent Press’ On Your Washer Really Works

“Permanent Press” is on most washing machines and many dryers, but what does it actually do to your clothes? 00

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Best Time To Do Cardio

Best Time To Do Cardio

Shawn Arent, the director of the Center for Health and Human Performance at Rutgers University and an American College of Sports Medicine Fellow, talks about whether you should do cardio before or after lifting and how it affects your workout. 00

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A Deep Dive Into The Market Value Of Tesla

A Deep Dive Into The Market Value Of Tesla

Tesla was downgraded from “overweight” to “equal-weight” by notorious Tesla bull Adam Jonas of Morgan Stanley. Business Insider global editor-in-chief and CEO Henry Blodget dives deep into his assumptions to determine how realistic his price targets are. 00

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This Floating Food Garden In NYC Has 200 Vegetables You Can Eat For Free

This Floating Food Garden In NYC Has 200 Vegetables You Can Eat For Free

We visited a floating food garden located in Brooklyn Bridge Park. The garden is part of a collaborative project called Swale, and it’s designed to build a connection between the urban jungle and the environment. 00

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Your Blood Is Red, So Why Are Your Veins Blue?

Your Blood Is Red, So Why Are Your Veins Blue?

What happens in our body that make our veins look blue, although they are full of red blood? Following is a transcript of the video. 00

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How To Undo Sent Emails In Gmail​

How To Undo Sent Emails In Gmail​

If you’re a regular Gmail user, you can prevent yourself from accidentally sending the wrong email to your entire office in just a couple of clicks. Here’s how. 00

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An Exercise Scientist Reveals The Best Time To Do A Cardio Workout

An Exercise Scientist Reveals The Best Time To Do A Cardio Workout

Shawn Arent, the director of the Center for Health and Human Performance at Rutgers University and an American College of Sports Medicine Fellow, talks about whether you should do cardio before or after lifting and how it affects your workout. Following is a transcript of the video. 00

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This Speedboat Transforms Into A Submarine

This Speedboat Transforms Into A Submarine

The HyperSub is a combination of a speedboat and submarine, capable of reaching 38 mph and lasting up to 12 hours underwater on a single charge. 00

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The Most Luxurious First Class Airlines

The Most Luxurious First Class Airlines

What are the most luxurious and expensive first class airlines in the world? To know more watch the video. 00

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Scientists Figured Out Why A Giant Crack In Antarctica Is Growing So Fast

Scientists Figured Out Why A Giant Crack In Antarctica Is Growing So Fast

There’s a giant crack in Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf that’s growing at an alarming rate. Now, scientists think they have the answer, and it points to a much bigger problem. 00

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Robot Like A Dog

Robot Like A Dog

We got an up-close-and-personal look at Boston Dynamic’s mysterious robot, the SpotMini, at the Liberty Science Center’s Genius Gala. 00

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Scientists Are Giving People Psychedelics to Understand Consciousness

Scientists Are Giving People Psychedelics to Understand Consciousness

Some people claim they reach a higher state of consciousness when they take psychedelics, but is this really what’s happening? 00

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Is There Space For 12,000 More Satellites Up There?

Is There Space For 12,000 More Satellites Up There?

SpaceX wants to launch nearly 12,000 satellites into orbit, nearly ten times the number of active satellites currently up there. But is there room? 00

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Stun Gun Effect

Stun Gun Effect

The effects that stun guns cause to your body are — literally — shocking. Following is a transcript of the video. 00

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A Frightening Infection That Only Used To Live In Hospitals Has Spread To The General Public

A Frightening Infection That Only Used To Live In Hospitals Has Spread To The General Public

CRE (carbapenem-resistant enterobacteriaceae) bacteria are bacteria that normally live in our intestines, but can cause fatal infections if they spread to other parts of our bodies. 00

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Remote-Controlled Lawn Mower

Remote-Controlled Lawn Mower

The Spider Mini is a remote-controlled lawn mower that can cover 800 square feet of grass in an hour. It can go 2.5 mph and cut grass down to 1.5 inches. 00

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Google Lens App

Google Lens App

Lens is essentially image search in reverse: you take a picture, Google figures out what’s in it. This AI-powered computer vision has been around for some time, but Lens takes it much further. If you take a photo of a restaurant, Lens can do more than just say “it’s a...

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Google Introduces New Home Features

Google Introduces New Home Features

Google just announced a bunch of new features for its home assistant, Google Home. The device will now be able to make calls and set reminders, along with a few other features. 00

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Way To Find Water In Desert

Way To Find Water In Desert

If you ever find yourself lost in the desert, knowing how to quickly find water is going to be key to for your survival. Here’s what you’re going to need to know. 00

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Cassini’s Discoveries

Cassini’s Discoveries

For the last 13 years, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has spied on Saturn and its many moons. Turns out, this region of space could hold the greatest secrets of our solar system. Here are 5 of the most fascinating discoveries Cassini has given us so far. 00

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This Wearable Is A Perfect Hybrid Of Analogue And Smart Watch

This Wearable Is A Perfect Hybrid Of Analogue And Smart Watch

Dr. Alan Schlechter, author of “U Thrive: How to Succeed in College (And Life),” is also the professor of the most popular elective class at New York University called “The Science of Happiness.” He reveals a practical definition of happiness. 00

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F-35 New Generation Modernize Fighter Jet Equipped With Latest Technology

F-35 New Generation Modernize Fighter Jet Equipped With Latest Technology

(The F-35B makes history firing its gun pod in the air for the first time.Dane Wiedmann / Lockheed Martin). The US Marine Corps’ F-35B just made history by firing its gun pod for the first time while flying. The gun pod, which straps on to the belly of the F-35B...

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Iron Man Flight Costume

Iron Man Flight Costume

British inventor Richard Browning built a real-life Iron Man style suit capable of flight, from scratch. After working on the project for months, he’s now started a new company and can fly around. It doesn’t get more Tony Stark than that. 00

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Next iPhone Rumors

Next iPhone Rumors

Since the iPhone 7 was announced, rumors have been circulating about what Apple will cram into its next iPhone. Here’s a round up of everything we’ve heard that Apple might introduce in the next iPhone. 00

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Navy Believes This Incredible VR Video Game Can Make Machine Gunners Even More Effective

Navy Believes This Incredible VR Video Game Can Make Machine Gunners Even More Effective

The US Military is testing out new technology that uses virtual reality to help give machine gunners an edge. The prototype was built by the Navy’s Battlespace Exploitation of Mixed Reality Lab. It was showcased at Camp Pendleton and allows marines to take part in a simulation involving shooting enemy...

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This Off-Road Vehicle Could Deliver Special Ops To Combat Without Raking A Sound

This Off-Road Vehicle Could Deliver Special Ops To Combat Without Raking A Sound

In the future, special ops could be taken into combat using electric vehicles that make very little noise. Nikola Zero can go from 0 to 60 mph in 3 seconds and has a range of up to 200 miles. Anyone can reserve one for $37K. It was showcased at Camp...

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Here’s What Velveeta And Kraft Singles Are Actually Made Of

Here’s What Velveeta And Kraft Singles Are Actually Made Of

Next time you’re going to town on a stringy diner grilled cheese sandwich, take a good deep look into the cheesy golden-yellow abyss. What is that stuff anyway? USDA research chemist Michael Tunick takes look at what goes into making processed cheese like Velveeta and Kraft Singles. Following is a...

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Banning Laptops From Plane Cabins Could Make Flying More Dangerous

Banning Laptops From Plane Cabins Could Make Flying More Dangerous

US officials are considering further extending the current ban on laptops in plane cabins to include flights from Europe. Research shows storing laptops in the cargo hold of an aircraft can be just as deadly. 00

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First Electric, Autonomous Cargo Ship

First Electric, Autonomous Cargo Ship

Norwegian company YARA has created a battery-powered container ship to transport its fertilizer. YARA hopes the ship will replace 40,000 truck journeys per year. The ship is expected to be operational in 2018 and autonomous in 2020. 00

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Bottles Turned Into Sand With This Machine

Bottles Turned Into Sand With This Machine

A New Zealand beer company has created a machine that turns empty beer bottles into sand. DB Exports says the sand can then be used in construction projects that would otherwise take sand from beaches. 00

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Astronauts Daily Tasks

Astronauts Daily Tasks

When you don’t have gravity, you have to do things a bit differently. This is how some astronauts live with it on the International Space Station. 00

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How Exercise Can Make You Smarter And Flexible?

How Exercise Can Make You Smarter And Flexible?

Dr. Wendy A. Suzuki is a Professor of Neural Science and Psychology in the Center for Neural Science at NYU and the the author of “Healthy Brain, Happy Life.” Here, she explains the positive effects of exercising to the brain. Following is a transcript of the video: 00

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North Korea’s One-Star Airline

North Korea’s One-Star Airline

Air Koryo is an airline run by the North Korean government, and it’s consistently rated as the worst airline in the world. In fact, it’s the only airline with a one-star rating on airline-review site Skytrax. See for yourself what it’s like to fly on Air Koryo — the worst...

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Firing A Bullet Straight Up

Firing A Bullet Straight Up

What happens when you fire a gun straight into the air? The short answer is: nothing good. Here’s what could happen, according to science. 00

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Everything You Need To Know About ‘Battlegrounds’

Everything You Need To Know About ‘Battlegrounds’

PlayerUnknown’s “Battlegrounds” is a video game that’s still in development, but that hasn’t stopped millions of people from downloading it and playing. Reporter Ben Gilbert explains why this game is so addicting. 00

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What It Takes To Become Star On Social Media ?

What It Takes To Become Star On Social Media ?

Justine Ezarik, aka iJustine, is one of the most popular people on YouTube, and it took a lot of work to get there. We spoke with Justine to find out how long it takes her to make her videos and how she prepared for a career as a social media...

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Modern Ways Of Road Construction: Europe Vs Russia

Modern Ways Of Road Construction: Europe Vs Russia

Automatic concreting of roads and curbs, installation paving slabs and bricks by robots, asphalting, Carpet paving. How it is done in Europe, USA and Russia? Watch. 00

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