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 Artificial Penis Tissue Proves Promising in Lab Tests
Artificial Penis Tissue Proves Promising in Lab Tests
All rabbits with the bioengineered penises were just as active as normal rabbits — they tried sex within a minute of introduction to females. Swabs from the females held sperm in eight of 12 instances and four of the females became pregnant, delivering healthy pups. picked by Bornbad 2 months ago
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 Did You Know Your Vagina Can Fall Out Of Your Body?
Did You Know Your Vagina Can Fall Out Of Your Body?
Brave lady, Allison Henry, is speaking out about her vagina ... which literally fell out. The clinical term for this is “vaginal prolapse.” Read on at your own risk. picked by suebe 2 months ago
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 Happy Carl Sagan Day!
Happy Carl Sagan Day!
Carl Sagan died in 1996, but his ideas and passion for science and exploration live on. Friends and colleagues have created the first celebration of his life, hoping it will become an annual event. Speakers include Phil Plait of Bad Astronomy and James Randi, viewings of Cosmos and sky watching. Live USTREAM coverage all day.
"Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known" picked by equinox 2 months ago
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 Walking Backwards No more.
Walking Backwards No more.
It seems that the flu shot victim Desree Jennings has suddenly been cured of walking backwards. picked by suebe 2 months ago
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 Large Hadron Collider halted by Bird with a Sandwich
Large Hadron Collider halted by Bird with a Sandwich
A bird dropping a piece of bread on a section of the LHC particle accelerator has shut down the whole operation. With freak accidents piling up at CERN, the idea of time traveling particles returning from the future to prevent their own discovery seems less like a sci-fi joke today. *Of course it could just be Zaphod Beeblebrox refueling the infinite improbability drive of the Heart of Gold. picked by equinox 2 months ago
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 Uh Oh. Cats Can Get Swine Flu
Uh Oh. Cats Can Get Swine Flu
Health officials in Iowa say a 13-year-old cat tested positive for swine flu - the first feline to come down with the virus.

Two of the three people who live with the cat had the flu before the cat got sick, officials say. picked by suebe 2 months ago
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 Now THIS is scary!
Now THIS is scary!
Watch an unthinking human sneeze without covering his mouth! Watch his virus invade your body and wreak havoc! Watch it take over your DNA and clone itself millions of times! Watch it launch itself into your blood stream! Hope your immune system beats its little viral ass! picked by meggysue 2 months ago
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 Giant penis-eating worm found in UK aquarium
Giant penis-eating worm found in UK aquarium
I don't like the sounds of this at all.... picked by mutil8or 2 months ago
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 ever wondered just how small an atom really is?
ever wondered just how small an atom really is?
The University of Utah built an interactive sliding scale to illustrate the size of REALLY REALLY small things like cells, atoms, HIV, water molecule, etc. Click the link to see. Very cool. picked by jasontho 2 months ago
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 Ilya the Manatee Rescued from Horrible Place Called "New Jersey," Coming to Miami
Ilya the Manatee Rescued from Horrible Place Called "New Jersey," Coming to Miami
Ilya, the wandering manatee has been plucked from the cold NJ waters by the Coast Guard and has been flown home to Florida. picked by suebe 2 months ago
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 Stroke Switches Sexuality
Stroke Switches Sexuality
A case reported to the Journal of Neuropsychiatry tells the case of a 57-year old gay man who after his second stroke found himself sexually attracted to women instead of men. picked by 2manyusernames 2 months ago
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 Anthropologist Argues that Modern Humans Are Wimps
Anthropologist Argues that Modern Humans Are Wimps
Peter McAllister argues that human physical strength and endurance have deteriorated over time.

Many prehistoric Australian aboriginals could have outrun world 100 and 200 meters record holder Usain Bolt in modern conditions. picked by bingo 3 months ago
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 Timewarp: How your brain creates the fourth dimension
Timewarp: How your brain creates the fourth dimension
Time is an illusion: your brain stitches it together until it seems continuous. But what happens when it goes wrong.. picked by Bornbad 3 months ago
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 Just in time for Halloween!
Just in time for Halloween!
A bloodybelly jellyfish! Recently discovered by the Monterey Bay Aquarium.

Makes me think of The Tell Tale Heart! picked by maven 3 months ago
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 32 new extrasolar planets discovered
32 new extrasolar planets discovered
Yesterday the discovery of 32 new extrasolar planets was announced, bringing the total number we know of to over 400 and making 2009 the most successful year to date for planet hunting. picked by Mithridates 3 months ago
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 Vegetarian Spider Found
Vegetarian Spider Found
Scientists have discovered another vegetarian spider and have named it Bagheera kiplingi (named after the panther in Rudyard Kipling’s “The Jungle Book). I think Bagheera badbudi would be a better choice :D picked by suebe 3 months ago
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 Plants Perform Quantum Computation
Plants Perform Quantum Computation
Plants soak up an incredible amount of sunlight, absorbing 95% of its energy. Amazingly they do this with very little loss of sunlight as heat because they manage to convert the light into carbohydrates in one million billionths of a second. How plants manage this feat has been a mystery. A possible answer has now been found and it opens up new mysteries. picked by 2manyusernames 3 months ago
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 Jupiter's Moon Europa Has Enough Oxygen For Life
Jupiter's Moon Europa Has Enough Oxygen For Life
Jupiter's moon, Europa has ocean water twice as much as all of the Earth. New evidence indicates that not only is there enough oxygen to support microorganisms but perhaps even enough to support greater lifeforms. The time it will take to unlock this oxygen is a good sign for eventual life as it gives time for organisms to evolve protection against oxygen's harmful effects. picked by bernardblack 3 months ago
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 The Claim: Always Wash Your Hands With Hot Water, Not Cold
The Claim: Always Wash Your Hands With Hot Water, Not Cold
I wash my hands in scalding hot water, just so everyone knows that they're clean. Nothing says "this dude's hands are CLEAN" like Lobster-hands! picked by Bornbad 3 months ago
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 The Millennial Muddle
The Millennial Muddle
For as long as human hair has turned gray, elders have looked at their successors and frowned. "Children nowadays are tyrants," goes an old quotation widely attributed to Socrates. "They contradict their parents, chatter before company, gobble their food, and tyrannize their teachers." picked by Bornbad 3 months ago
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 Facial Profiling
Facial Profiling
Can you tell if a man is dangerous by the shape of his mug? picked by Bornbad 3 months ago
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 Vandenberg turns into a reef.
Vandenberg turns into a reef.
Not the base, the 527-foot former missile tracking ship. It was sunk off the Florida Keys to create a reef...And critters are moving in. picked by maven 3 months ago
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 The Arctic Circle Will Have Ice Free Summers in 10 Years
The Arctic Circle Will Have Ice Free Summers in 10 Years
The Catlin Arctic Survey was working with the World Wildlife Fund, and the WWF warns, "This could lead to flooding affecting one-quarter of the world's population, substantial increases in greenhouse gas emissions from massive carbon pools and extreme global weather changes." picked by suebe 3 months ago
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 The halo effect
The halo effect
If we see a person first in a good light, it is difficult subsequently to darken that light.


*does this halo make my butt look big?* picked by Bornbad 3 months ago
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 Animals feel the pain of religious slaughter
Animals feel the pain of religious slaughter
Brain signals have shown that calves do appear to feel pain when slaughtered according to Jewish and Muslim religious law, strengthening the case for adapting the practices to make them more humane. picked by Bornbad 3 months ago
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