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Bees Locate Unexploded Weapons Up to Three Miles Away

Bees Locate Unexploded Weapons Up to Three Miles Away

Well, if you thought honeybees only collected nectar, performed bee dances and yes, sometimes sting people walking by, you are wrong. Now, scientists in Croatia are helping train honey bees to sniff out explosives from afar. Well,... 
High-Tech Bernanke Talks Innovation and Globilization to College Grads

High-Tech Bernanke Talks Innovation and Globilization to College Grads

For all those thinking that technology will only spell doom for us, here is news you might like to read. Recently, chairman of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke stressed at how good the effects of technology could be at a college... 
Nearly 60 Years After His Death, Einstein Helps Discover A New Planet

Nearly 60 Years After His Death, Einstein Helps Discover A New Planet

Well, extraterrestrial planets outside the solar system are being discovered every other day now. But Einstein’s Theory Of Relativity played a part in the discovery of a new one. The new planet, called ‘Einsteins’ Planet’ is... 
Dangerous ‘Cinnamon Challenge’ Fad – What You Should Know

Dangerous ‘Cinnamon Challenge’ Fad – What You Should Know

Some fads are good. Some are bad. And there are some that still exist even though it shouldn’t. The Cinnamon challenge is one of them.  If you have already heard of it, we hope that you have not tried to imitate it yet.  If you... 
New Milk Vodka Shows a “Mooove” in the Designer Liquor Field

New Milk Vodka Shows a “Mooove” in the Designer Liquor Field

Ten to twenty years ago a flavored liquor was somewhat an oddity, but now adventurous drinkers can most likely find their favorite stipple in any manner of flavors. Vodka in recent years has seen the most noticeable boon in this boutique... 
Britain’s Largest Newspaper to Revamp Infamous Page 3?

Britain’s Largest Newspaper to Revamp Infamous Page 3?

Is it the changing times? The shifting demographics? The proliferation of the digital culture? Or simply the result of a focused campaign for change? Regardless of the cause, the long-established Page 3 girl of London’s daily newspaper... 
New Study Reveals There Are More Cellphones Than There Are Toilets in the World

New Study Reveals There Are More Cellphones Than There Are Toilets in the World

A study recently conducted by the United Nations reveals that there are in fact more cellphones than there are toilets in the world today.  The study claims that more people have access to cellphones than to a proper toilet.  In... 
Research Finds Heart Disease in Mummies

Research Finds Heart Disease in Mummies

Heart disease, a modern affliction caused by our sedentary lifestyle filled with high fat, high cholesterol, fried fast food and other junk. To avoid this killer we should live a simpler life that harkens back to the days of the hunter... 
Richard III Remains Found

Richard III Remains Found

History tells us Richard of York (Richard III) was killed in the Battle of Bosworth on August 22, 1485.  After his defeat, he was stripped, tied to a horse, and taken naked to Leicester.  His body was then displayed, abused, and... 
British Man Gives Kidney to Stranger And Sets Record

British Man Gives Kidney to Stranger And Sets Record

Meet British octogenarian Nicholas Crace, 83, retired charity director, volunteer driver for a local Hampshire hospice, recent widower, and habitual blood donor (a whopping 57 times). But wait, as if this wasn’t enough to make you... 
Monkeys Go Where Few Men Can or Want to Tread

Monkeys Go Where Few Men Can or Want to Tread

An old debate, one that is sure to create controversy regardless of the outcome, has arisen in Kerala, India. This debate rages around a multi-billion dollar industry. At the heart of the issue are India’s 50 million coconut trees...