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NOT A MIGHTY WIND 53 minutes ago
University of Texas at Arlington researchers announced that they'd developed a prototype of a wind turbine that might deliver electricity in tiny bursts to devices like smartphones — since it's about half the size of a grain of rice. (Tiny solar …
CANCER: May 28-June 3 Wednesday, May 28
When I go into a meditative state to seek insight about your future, I have a reverie about a hearty sapling growing out of a fallen tree rotting on the forest floor. I see exuberant mushrooms …
The throat of a 40-year-old man was slashed in August in Laurel, Montana, in a fatal fight with an acquaintance over which military service — Army or Marines — is better. (News reports failed to identify the "winning" branch.)
VIRGO: May 28-June 3 Wednesday, May 28
About 32,000 years ago, squirrels in northeast Siberia buried the fruits of a flowering plant deep in their burrows, below the permafrost level. Then a flood swept through the area. The water froze …
WAIT ... WHAT? 53 minutes ago
In Multnomah County, Oregon, in July, a Romanian princess pleaded guilty to cockfighting. Irina Walker, 61, was born in Switzerland where her father, King Michael I, lived after abdicating the throne. She came to Oregon in 1983, where, in a second …
Health & Beauty Issue 2013 Thursday, November 14, 2013
LIBRA: May 28-June 3 Wednesday, May 28
For German physicist Arnold Sommerfeld, the good news was that he was nominated for a Nobel Prize 81 times. The bad news? He never won. Actor Richard Burton had a similar fate. He was nominated for …
SOLUTIONS TO NON-PROBLEMS 53 minutes ago
Chung-Ang University in South Korea announced in April that its traditional-sport Department of Sport Science would begin accepting — as legitimate "student athletes" — video gamers.
SCORPIO: May 28-June 3 Wednesday, May 28
“I should have kissed you longer.” Don’t replay that thought over and over in your mind three weeks from now. Don’t obsess on similar mantras, like “I should’ve treated you better” or …
WHO KNEW? 53 minutes ago
Researchers from England's University of Lincoln revealed in July that red-footed tortoises are not only "inquisitive" but make decisions in their brain's "medial cortex" region, associated with "complex cognitive behavior" (because they have no …
 
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