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World’s Longest Running Science Experiment Finally Provides Results

World’s Longest Running Science Experiment Finally Provides Results

The longest-running science lab experiment in the world has finally provided results; just about eight months after the scientist who patiently waited for it to perform went unrewarded for 50 long years passed away. The test was set up back in the 1920’s to show college students how objects which appear solid can pour like […]

Hitler’s ‘Grandson’ Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison for Double Murders

Hitler’s ‘Grandson’ Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison for Double Murders

An Australia man who believed he was the grandson of Adolf Hitler was been given 20 years in prison for the stabbing murders of two men and also severely injuring a third during a wild fight in Western Victoria, Australia back in 2011. Aaron Jamie Ball, age 34, allegedly lethally stabbed his neighbor, Raymond McCombe, […]

Middle Aged People Moving Back in With Parents Because of Economic Need

Middle Aged People Moving Back in With Parents Because of Economic Need

A California woman named Debbie Rohr is sharing a home with her husband, twin teenage sons and her mother who is age 77. They all live in a very nice three-bedroom home in the city of Salinas, California. However the Rohr family is not taking care of Debbie’s mom. It is basically the opposite.  Due […]

The American Middle Class Is No Longer the Most Properous in the World

The American Middle Class Is No Longer the Most Properous in the World

The American middle class which for the longest time, was considered to be the most prosperous in the entire world, has ended up losing that distinction. While the richest of Americans continue to outpace the majority of their international peers, a research report has shown that across the lower and middle income brackets, residents of […]

U.S. Farms Hit Hard With Disastrous Pig Disease

U.S. Farms Hit Hard With Disastrous Pig Disease

Farms that have been hit with the disastrous pig disease known as porcine epidemic diarrhea virus, or PED, must begin reporting any outbreaks as part of a new program which will aid in monitoring and perhaps start to control the spread of the disease, the federal government announced at the end of last week. The […]

Six Health Signs That Should Never Be Ignored

Six Health Signs That Should Never Be Ignored

Scientists do not know why but there are specific illnesses that seem to occur together and if they do happen with each other, they are six health signs that should never be ignored. If an individual knows these disorders might happen at the same time, then he or she can be better prepared to stay […]

Google Glass and What Has Gone Wrong

Google Glass and What Has Gone Wrong

Back in 2012, Google Glass was first emerging as the next big thing and it was believed that the future of technology would revolve around this technology but what has gone wrong? Yet after almost two years since announcing the device, Glass still has failed to hit the marketplace like it should have. There are many […]

Anti-Anxiety and Sleeping Medications Are Killing Their Users

Anti-Anxiety and Sleeping Medications Are Killing Their Users

Sleep medications cost more than $2 billion per year in their industry and forecasts calculate that worldwide prescriptions for medicines that fight anxiety could climb close to the $6 billion mark each year by 2017. But how safe are these drugs?  Research studies have shown just how easy it is to become hooked on such […]

Tamiflu Is Nothing But a Bust?

Tamiflu Is Nothing But a Bust?

Various governments all around the world have spent billions of dollars in stocking up on the antiviral medication Tamiflu but is it nothing but a huge bust? However it is being reported that prior examinations of the drug have brought into serious question just how truly effective the drug truly is. The most recent enquiry […]

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  • Obesity Society Recommends Kids Drink Fewer Sugar Sweetened Beverages April 24, 2014
    The ever-expanding line of sugary drinks may actually be contributing to the obesity epidemic, especially when it comes to kids. Even one sugary drink per day can contribute to weight gain, which is why The Obesity Society is now recommending fewer sugar sweetened beverages for kids. This includes soda, sports drinks and any other beverages […]
    Tracy Rose
  • Christians Faced With New Dilemma April 24, 2014
    Many who consider themselves Christians are finding themselves faced with a new dilemma. These so-called “Christ-followers,” except for a few hiccups, have tried to follow Jesus (who they see as the Son of God) as much as their limited selfish condition will allow. But lately, they find themselves encountering people or groups of people who are ready and […]
    Rick Hope
  • Kaley Cuoco Chops Hair for Real This Time April 24, 2014
    Kaley Cuoco has chopped of her hair for real this time. It is not quick Miley Cyrus short, but it is much shorter than the Big Bang star is used to. To make it clear that this time is was not a prank at the expense of her fans, she shared a photo of herself […]
    Alexandria Ingham
  • Avril Lavigne New ‘Helly Kitty’ Song Racist? April 24, 2014
    Hundreds of people recently took to Twitter to complain about Avril Lavigne’s new song Hello Kitty being racist. However, others have defended the decision to use the colorful, girly, cupcake style entertainment in her new music video. For many, the new track is just downright terrible. The new music video involves four deadpan Japanese girls […]
    Alexandria Ingham
  • HBO and Amazon Team Up Against Netflix April 24, 2014
    HBO has teamed up with Amazon Prime against Netflix to allow Prime members the ability to watch HBO classics like The Sopranos and Six Feet Under as well as some of the newer popular shows like True Blood. However, Amazon Prime members should not get too excited as their, nearly, $100 per year subscription fee […]
    Michael Smith

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