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1. Bugged Planet - Comments
Posted in Miscellaneous
New Wikileaks release on the 'bugged planet' - the $5-billion mass surveillance industry selling telecoms and internet monitoring technology.
2. Internet Privacy At Stake With New Bill - Comments
Posted in Living World
New bill requires ISPs to retain all your online activities, IPs, name, address and credit card into. Invasion of privacy for everybody to catch the 1% of criminality..
3. Periodic Table Of Videos - Comments
Posted in Physics
A page with a video for each of the elements on the periodic table.
4. Dawkins Victorious Over Creationism In English Schools - Comments
Posted in Humanity
Richard Dawkens and Sir David Attenborough are hailing a victory, as the United Kingdom puts laws in place to forbid schools teaching '"creation science".
5. DNS Blocking Blocked From SOPA - Comments
Posted in Technology
The decision to add DNS blocking to SOPA has been delayed and condemned by the White House... For now.
6. Marie Sklodowska Curie - Comments
Posted in Technology
Known as the discoverer of the Radioactive elements Polonium and Radium,and as the first person to win Two Nobel Prizes
7. Thousands of rare Irrawaddy dolphins found - Comments
Posted in Biology & Medicine
Nearly 6,000 Irrawaddy dolphins, which are related to orcas or killer whales, were found living in freshwater regions of Bangladesh's Sundarbans mangrove forest and the adjacent waters of the Bay of Bengal, the New York-based Wildlife Conservation Societ
8. Dark Matter Images Reveal Widest View Of Dark Mystery - Comments
Posted in Astronomy
Researchers have released the biggest images yet detailing dark matter, the mysterious substance that makes up 85% of the Universe's mass.
9. Crippled Russian Probe Falling To Earth - Comments
Posted in Astronomy
A crippled Russian spacecraft is likely to crash to Earth sometime on Sunday at an unspecified location.
10. SOPA - Biggest Threat To The Net - Comments
Posted in Technology
If you’ve been paying attention to the news lately, especially online, you will have probably heard something about the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) by now. If not, then pull your chair up, because this is a problem, and not just for Americans.
11. Google vs. Facebook: What Business Needs To Know - Comments
Posted in Technology
For now, Facebook will continue to rule social media, but Google will continue to rule search.
12. Self-Repairing Microchips?! No way! - Comments
Posted in Technology
A team of University of Illinois engineers has developed a self-healing system that restores electrical conductivity to a cracked circuit in less time than it takes to blink.

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1. Ecstasy Unleashes Love Hormone
1. Ecstasy Unleashes Love Hormone
(Clubbers who take the "love drug" ecstasy really might be "loved up". Studies in rats suggest the drug causes a brain surge of oxytocin - the hormone that helps bond couples, as well as mothers to their babies.)
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Category: Biology & Medicine
2. Computer Viruses Are 25 Years Old
2. Computer Viruses Are 25 Years Old
(One of modern society's biggest problems celebrates its 25th birthday.)
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Category: Technology
3. NASA's 'Orbiting Carbon Observatory' Ditches into Ocean After Major Fault
3. NASA's 'Orbiting Carbon Observatory' Ditches into Ocean After Major Fault
(A groundbreaking £190million Nasa satellite designed to measure carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere ditched into the sea after suffering severe technical difficulties following its launch this morning.)
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Category: Astronomy
4. Scientists Can Now See Individual Atoms
4. Scientists Can Now See Individual Atoms
(New developments in microscopy have allowed researchers to image individual bonds within a molecule — seeing down to the atom scale. )
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Category: Physics
5. Dürer's Rhinoceros
5. Dürer's Rhinoceros
(Dürer's Rhinoceros is the name commonly given to a woodcut created by German painter and printmaker Albrecht Dürer in 1515.)
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Category: Documentaries
6. 1st Flight of a Pedaled, Wing-Flapping Plane
6. 1st Flight of a Pedaled, Wing-Flapping Plane
(August 2nd marked the first human-powered flight of an ornithopter. Wait, a what?)
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Category: Technology
7. Google vs. Facebook: What Business Needs To Know
7. Google vs. Facebook: What Business Needs To Know
(For now, Facebook will continue to rule social media, but Google will continue to rule search.)
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Category: Technology
8. Tiny Robot Crawls Through Your Veins
8. Tiny Robot Crawls Through Your Veins
(This tiny nano bot is 4mm from end to end,can crawl through your veins locate tumors and zap it with drugs.The bot is controlled by a elecromagnetic field outside the robot that propels it forward.)
Hits: 1021
Category: Biology & Medicine
9. Learning The Elements Cartoon Style
9. Learning The Elements Cartoon Style
(Proof that everything is easier to learn when presented via Pokemon-style. Artist Kacie D. lovingly anthropomorphized every single element, which deserves to be converted into a children’s book. )
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Category: Physics
10. 15 Deadliest Beach Creatures
10. 15 Deadliest Beach Creatures
(keep away from any of thesse 15 deadly beach dwellers.)
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Category: Biology & Medicine

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1. New Spider Found in Giant Sand Dune
1. New Spider Found in Giant Sand Dune
(A new species of spider has been discovered in the dune of the Sands of Samar in the southern Arava region of Israel, scientists from from the department of biology at the University of Haifa-Oranim said this week.)
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Rating: 3
Category: Living World
2. Mutant Worms Spin Spider Silk
2. Mutant Worms Spin Spider Silk
(As strange as it sounds, scientists and businessmen alike have been trying to harvest the incredibly strong webbing of spiders for years. )
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Rating: 3
Category: Living World
3. Birds Falling Dead or Dying From the Sky
3. Birds Falling Dead or Dying From the Sky
(in Arkansas and now Louisiana, hundreds of dead birds coat the ground)
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Rating: 3
Category: Living World
4. Reviving Extinct Woolly Mammoths
4. Reviving Extinct Woolly Mammoths
(Interesting idea, what would be the consequences? Could we end up spreading some old disease that could wipe out our present day elephants?)
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Rating: 2.99
Category: Biology & Medicine
5. Baseball Batting Robot
5. Baseball Batting Robot
(Some people have built a robot to play baseball.)
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Rating: 2.99
Category: Technology
6. 6 Inventions That'll Blow Your Mind
6. 6 Inventions That'll Blow Your Mind
(The following six inventions in particular could reshape how we live and interact with the world around us. We have included videos because some of these creations are so amazing you’ll have to see them to believe it!)
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Rating: 2.99
Category: Technology
7. World Drawn Using Facebook Connections
7. World Drawn Using Facebook Connections
(All country borers are drawn with facebook friends connections.)
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Rating: 2.98
Category: Humanity
8. Humanity Has Cured The Ebola Virus!
8. Humanity Has Cured The Ebola Virus!
(An RNA-based drug has treated an infection of the deadly Ebola virus – the first drug to have been shown to do so in all recipients.)
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Rating: 2.98
Category: Biology & Medicine
9. Flooding In Western Afghanistan
9. Flooding In Western Afghanistan
(aerial footage courtesy of the Afghan Air Force. These images use both visible and IR light to contrast water and land.)
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Rating: 2.98
Category: Living World
10. 8 Bioluminescent Sea Creatures
10. 8 Bioluminescent Sea Creatures
(While a handful of land animals can create their own light, homemade luminescence is the rule rather than the exception in the open ocean's dark waters. )
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Rating: 2.98
Category: Living World