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Wildlife: Florida Goes for Gators

Wildlife: Florida Goes for Gators

Wildlife in Florida will be open to hunting today as a small group goes after their coveted prey, the American gator. This may seem to go against the very purpose of a wildlife preserve, but officials are saying that the number of alligators that may be lost from this practice is insignificant in comparison to the […]

Robots and Humans Unite

Robots and Humans Unite

Robots are often portrayed as an entity that should be feared in science fiction movies. The plot usually follows that the robots become self-aware, unite with each other and inevitably take control of the human population. As a result, people may become apprehensive about certain advances in robot technology. Some researchers have even begun studies on […]

Cancer Cells Destroyed by Trojan Treatment

Cancer Cells Destroyed by Trojan Treatment

Cancer treatments traditionally employ a variety of methods and it is the hope of medical professionals that the chosen treatment will result in remission for the cancer stricken patient. All the advances made in cancer cell research have been put to the test to ensure the best possible result, but certain cancers pose more of a challenge than others. […]

Moon Exploration Advances in China

Moon Exploration Advances in China

Moon goddess Chang’e has inspired the name of several of China’s instruments being used in lunar research. There are different interpretations for the mythological story of how Chang’e got to the moon, but for the team of researchers in China’s lunar program, the story of Chang’e is far more than mythology. At the China Academy of […]

Research on the Hunt for Prehistoric Underwater Village

Research on the Hunt for Prehistoric Underwater Village

Research teams will go back to prehistoric times next week to hunt underwater for remnants of possibly the oldest village in Europe. They will have to journey into the depths of a Greek bay known as Kiladha. The very name of the bay may tell a lot about why it was chosen for the search. Kiladha […]

James Corden: The British Are Coming to Late Night

James Corden: The British Are Coming to Late Night

James Corden will be taking over for Craig Ferguson in The Late Late Show on CBS. This news comes from The Wrap, who claims to have a reliable source on the matter. CBS and Corden’s representative have yet to confirm this news, but fans of the show are already making judgements on whether or not […]

Tattoos: A High Risk for Art

Tattoos: A High Risk for Art

Tattoo art has long been culturally associated with high risk people who live life dangerously. Now, with the new warning from the FDA, the danger might lie within the ink and not the person. White and Blue Lion Inc., a company based in California, recalled its in-home tattoo kit last month. Testing had confirmed that some unopened […]

Mercury Emissions Higher Than Ocean Levels

Mercury Emissions Higher Than Ocean Levels

Mercury levels in the ocean are dangerously high. According to a study published in Nature this Wednesday, humans are poised to produce levels of mercury in the next 50 years that will surpass the amount produced in the past 150 years. When scientists conducted testing on the ocean to determine the presence of the element, […]

Scrabble Approves of the Millennials

Scrabble Approves of the Millennials

Scrabble has recognized the market and made the decision to approve the use of some millennial friendly words in its upcoming Official Scrabble Players Dictionary. Starting next Monday, players of the game can begin to use words like selfie and bromance. Although the board game has reached the age of 76, it can now still manage […]

Ancient History Battle of Bones

Ancient History Battle of Bones

Ancient history has spoken of battles that drew blood, broke bones and left many to perish. Silver screens have been painted with depictions of ancient warriors in the grit of combat. While moviegoers flee to their imaginations to dream of what it was like to be in the midst of ancient history, archeologist excavate the very grounds […]

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