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Some predict a type of smart-chip, which reads the host's music taste and surrounding, can automatically choose and play songs, of which the host is best fond at the given moment.
It’s that time of year and you’ve eaten the traditional turkey and all the trimmings. Now the only thing on you’re mind is a snooze on the couch
Big Bang is the most acceptable theory regarding the creation of the Universe. But does it hold true if we think critically?
Do you want to know what time it is? Well, that depends.
This article gives useful information for an interesting type of Gecko that uses his skin for protection.
Ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica are melting faster than ever
The Black Knight isn’t some sort of Batman franchise rip-off; it’s a mysterious object thought by many to be a 13,000-year-old extraterrestrial satellite.
More genetic variation across people groups lessens the chances that you'll come across your doppelganger.
The five biggest volcanic eruptions in modern times spewed out more than 100 cu km of magma. One of these include the largest eruption in living memory.
The deepest sinkhole, water-filled sinkhole, blue hole and man-made hole on earth.
Do you want a garden which will not only make your visitors admire the beauty of the blooms but their interesting scents as well? Start looking for these six chocolate-scented plants.
How helpful might it be to map parallels and other links between sociologically "seismic" events like the recent Charleston church racially motivated murders and actual earthquakes? Could predictions of one facilitate prediction of another?
This article is all about aliens, if they are real, and proof of them being real.
"Manhattanhenge," a twice-yearly urban phenomenon named by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, will be visible on the streets of New York during the coming weekend.
Obituary for award winning mathematician John Nash
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