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What Americans Feel about Future of Technology?

4 hours 14 min ago

A new study has revealed what Americans feel about future of technology in the next 50 years. It was found that most Americans are optimistic about the future of technology, but there are many who are wary of some technologies that Google is working and likely to be working on.

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Large South American bird on Loose in Home Counties

4 hours 18 min ago

A large South American bird is on the loose in the Home Counties after it managed to escape from the field. The bird is similar to an ostrich and has the potential to run at a speed of up to 40mph.

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Japan to Conduct Annual Northwest Pacific Whaling Program This Year

5 hours 7 min ago

International outrage came pouring after Japan announced about its plan to continue with its annual Northwest Pacific whaling campaign in 2014 but in a toned down manner.

Environmentalists are especially quite angry to know about Japan's decision even when the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has last month ruled out to stop its annual hunts in the Antarctic.

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Centipede Dies after Almost Eating its Way Out of Snake that Swallowed It

5 hours 10 min ago

During a field study in Macedonia's Golem Grad, or Snake Island, in May 2013, researchers found a snake which had swallowed centipede alive and while trying to save itself, the prey almost managed to come out of the reptile's body.

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66 Million-Year-old T. Rex Fossils Ready for 2000-Mile Journey

Fri, 04/18/2014 - 09:15

Preparations are in full swing to present to the people the fossils of the national Tyrannosaurus Tex in the best possible showcase.

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Discovery at Its Best: A 3-million-yr-old Landscape beneath Greenland Ice Sheet

Fri, 04/18/2014 - 09:02

Researchers are talking about a new discovery made recently beneath the Greenland Ice Sheet confirming the persistence of the frozen sheet much longer than their previous estimates.

With the discovery comes another good news, which says that the center of Greenland Island is still stable and global warming effects have yet not started disturbing the region.

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Killer Shrimp now Haunts UK

Fri, 04/18/2014 - 08:59

Earlier, the UK Government warned about Asian hornets, but now they are raising alarm about killer shrimp. The species, which is capable of laying 200 eggs at one go, is proving quite taxing for wildlife in the UK.

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Saturn Giving Birth to New Moon!

Fri, 04/18/2014 - 08:30

Saturn may be giving birth to its new moon. The new moon has been named as Peggy by scientists and it has been captured by NASA's Cassini probe. It has been revealed by NASA that the photo shows a tiny, fuzzy blip nestled just outside of Saturn's A ring.

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Chimpanzees Prefer Firm and Stable Beds to Sleep

Fri, 04/18/2014 - 08:29

A new study has revealed something very interesting about chimpanzees. Chimps give as much attention to their beds as humans. What all they like to flop on is stable, firm, but a compliant bed. Researchers at the University of Nevada and Indiana University found that chimps prefer the Ugandan Ironwood than other types for its firm and stable properties.

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Novel Way to Produce Cloned Human Cell Lines Found

Fri, 04/18/2014 - 07:53

In 1996, researchers in Scotland stunned the world by announcing about Dolly, the first clone of a mammal. Since then, researchers across the world have been trying to replicate the process in humans.

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$5M Verdict Out in Tobacco Lawsuit, Favors Clay County Woman

Thu, 04/17/2014 - 08:54

A local woman filed lawsuit against the tobacco companies on behalf of her Late husband, years after his death due to lung cancer. The court verdict has recently favored her with $5M award.

Ms. Gloria Bowden, wife of Late Mr. William Bowden Jr., in 2013 filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the tobacco companies Philip Morris USA and R.J. Reynolds.

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Deadly Hornets are Heading to South of England?

Thu, 04/17/2014 - 08:47

Experts have warned that swarms of deadly insects that claimed lives of six people in France may be heading to the South of England. The latest House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) report on invasive non-native species has issued the warning.

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Illinois Residents Urged to Grow Milkweed to Help Struggling Monarch Butterflies

Thu, 04/17/2014 - 08:45

Officials have been urging residents of Illinois to make efforts to better the plight of Monarch butterfly by planting milkweed in their backyards or gardens. The Monarch butterflies have sought a tremendous decline in their population because of many factors, like increased use of fertilizers and loss of habitat attributable to urbanization.

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Anglers Fails to catch $1,000 Prize Trout during April’s Lake Gregory Fishing Derby

Thu, 04/17/2014 - 08:43

The big $1,000 prize trout was what 85 anglers were looking for on Saturday, but in vain as they were unsuccessful in catching the top prized fish in April's Lake Gregory fishing derby. There are nine other fishes tagged trout valued at $100 each.

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16-Foot White Female Shark Spotted Swimming on Southwest Coast of Australia

Thu, 04/17/2014 - 07:43

A massive 16-feet white female shark led beaches across Australia to close down. The shark named 'Joan of Shark, was found swimming in the southwest coast of Australia. Fishermen named the shark, given in tribute to the 1400s French fighter Joan of Arc.

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Asian Air Pollution Influencing Weather Patterns over Pacific Oceans and US

Thu, 04/17/2014 - 07:42

Asian air pollution is influencing weather patterns over Pacific Ocean and the United States. A scientific team comprising researchers from four different institutions reached the conclusion after assessing and comparing the data released by the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change from 1850 through 2000.

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NASA Signs 20-Year Property Agreement with Space X

Thu, 04/17/2014 - 07:40

On April 14, 2014, a property agreement was signed between Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX) of Hawthorne and NASA. As per the contract, NASA will allow Space X to use pad 39 A at Kennedy for 20 years.

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Changes in Bleeding Pattern during Menopause is Normal: Study

Thu, 04/17/2014 - 07:31

A new study has revealed that it is common to experience extended and heavy menstrual bleeding during menopause. Menstrual periods are highly predictable for most women in their 30s. The beginning of menopausal transition of women in their 40s leads to change their menstrual periods dramatically, affirmed the study.

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ESO Releases Photo of Nebula Gum 41 in Rosy Red Hue

Thu, 04/17/2014 - 07:20

The European Southern Observatory released a scintillating photo of nebula known as Gum 41 on Wednesday. The Wide Field Imager on the MPG/ESO 2.2-meter telescope at the La Silla Observatory in Chile captured the amazing photo.

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NEPA Announces 66% Drop in Sightings of Lionfish

Wed, 04/16/2014 - 09:01

For past many years lionfish were destroying reefs and decimating native juvenile fish and crustaceans. But no more as Jamaica's National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) has reported a 66% decline in sightings of lionfish.

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Novel Technique for Cloning Adult Stem Cells Devised

In a breakthrough revelation, researchers from South Korea have come up with a technique to clone adult stem cells. The process known as therapeutic cloning leads to be production of highly personalized stem cells that could be used for treating an array of illnesses like heart disease, blindness and to clone adults as well.

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