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The Hubble Telescope Is Back To Functioning Properly, According To NASA

The Hubble Space Telescope has returned to normal operations, according to NASA. On October 5 The Hubble Telescope went into safe mode after one of the gyroscopes stopped functioning.
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Bricklayer, Construction, Wall, Brick, Cement

College Students Create World's First Brick Made Of Human Urine

College students from Cape Town have advanced science and technology hundreds of years with their latest creation.
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Radiation, Therapy, Machine

EPA Loosens Grip On Radiation Exposure. Now Believe A Little Radiation Is Good For You

A little bit of radiation won't kill ya according to the Environmental Protection Agency.
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Roller Coaster, Blurry, Fun

Need Help Passing A Kidney Stone? Hop On A Roller Coaster.

Passing a kidney stone can be one of the most painful experiences for any person. Which is why you if you feel one coming on, you need to head to Six Flags immediately.
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mars

NASA Is Offering $750K To Whoever Can Turn CO2 Into Other Molecules On Mars

As we all know, it's a little difficult to get resources in space at the moment.
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VIDEO: Violent Video Games Don't Lead To Violence

For as long as video games have been around, there's been a stigma about violence. The more realistic these killing games get, the more people have a tendency to believe that it's making people more violent, or it desensitizes to it.
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Woman, Jeans, Butt

Study Finds Women With Bigger Butts Tend To Be Smarter And Healthier

If you're baby got back, she probably has a bigger brain as well.
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Woman, Dog, Cuddling

Study Finds Women Would Rather Spend Time With Their Dog Than Significant Other

In a study that's a shock to absolutely no one, dog owners apparently love their dogs more than other humans, even their significant others.
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Dinosaurs, T-Rex, Triceratops

Scientists Say They Can Recreate Living Dinosaurs In Five Years

The secret lies with chickens. Dr. Jack Horner inspired the character of Alan Grant, the protagonist of the Jurassic Park films. Horner also acted as a consultant for all four of the films, and he believes in this case, life can reflect art. He believes that we are only five or ten years away from...
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Nerd Talk: Bad News About Lava...

The volcanic activity from Mt. Kilauea is creating some awful problems for the people of Hawaii, but with anything radical like that, there's gonna be humans being all human-y and doing asinine things.
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