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The Man Who Invented Cut/Copy & Paste Has Passed At 74

Thanks to him, he made the lives of high school and college students everywhere much easier.
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Wasp

Researchers Discover Wasps Have Learned To Recognize Faces

Wasps are already pretty scary, but researchers have discovered a new trait that makes them straight up terrifying. Researchers at Cornell University discovered a species of wasps have evolved to be able to recognize faces.
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Science Has Officially Proven Sleeping With Your Dog In Bed Is A Good Thing

Anyone who has a dog knows the joy of cuddling up with your pet at bed time. While some may fear sharing a bed with a dog may lead to a lack of sleep, science has now confirmed its actually good for one’s health to do so.
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Complaining

Multiple Experts Conclude, Being Surrounded By Complainers Is Bad For Your Health

Everyone needs to complain about something every now and then to let off some steam, but if the complaining becomes constant, it will have a negative effect on yourself and those around you. According to ‘The No Complaining Rule,’ by Jon Gordon, complaining creates more harm than secondhand smoke.
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cookies

New Study Says Chocolate Chip Cookies Are 'Like Cocaine'

If you've ever wondered why you seem to want more cookies after eating one chocolate chip cookie, there's a scientific reason for it.
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Scientists Create Human Mini Brains That Might Feel Pain And Think On Their Own

Over the years, scientists have made leaps and bounds working with organoids.
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Concert

Study Shows Going To Concert Every Two Weeks Can Add Nine Years To Life

Everyone enjoys getting to see their favorite band or music artist perform live, but the day after the concert is always a struggle. While one’s ears may be popped, and throat may be soar from yelling after a concert, a new study reveals it may actually be healthier to attend concerts frequently.
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Mesmerizing Video Of Octopus Changing Colors While It Dreams

This week, PBS released a short clip from the upcoming documentary "Octopus: Making Contact" that shows something pretty amazing.
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New Study Claims Loch Ness Monster Is Most Likely A Giant Eel

One of the world’s greatest mysteries may have finally been answered. For years, the world has obsessed over the mythological being known as the Loch Ness Monster. While many have claimed to have spotted the sea monster, known affectionately as Nessie, scientists now claim it is most likely a giant...
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Scientists Believe Pig To Human Heart Transplants Possible Within The Next Three Years

The surgeon who pioneered heart transplantation believes we are on the verge of another scientific breakthrough within the next few years.
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