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Pictures: NASA Solar Observatory's First Shots NASA's Solar Observatory has revealed some stunning shots - two of the most interesting are located below (both images courtesy of NASA). Click HERE to read all about it.
With Earth Week quickly approaching, it's important to note the impact the human race has on the planet, and to understand that our massive population affects so many different sectors. Worldometers.info is a fantastic site which updates, in real time,...
Back by popular demand, we have 5 more crazy optical illusions: The shapes in the two triangles have been moved around. If the partitions below are the same, shouldn't every space be filled? Is this window on the right or...
Several years ago, I injured my knee while exercising and then re-injured my knee two years later.  I recently received the results of my MRI, and found out I had a joint effusion, which is basically a small bubble...
The chupacabra, or "goat-sucker" is known to some as a terrifying creature, undiscovered explained by science, and killing/mutilating animals in Miami, Nicaragua, Texas, and Mexico (among other locations - some spreading as far north as Maine, and as far...

The Birthday Paradox

The Birthday Paradox is not a "paradox" in the true sense of the word. It's more of an "astonishing realization" once people are presented with the proof. It asks: How many people are needed in a room before there is...
Failed Doomsday Prediction

Doomsday and TEOTWAWKI

It's going to be the end of the world as we know it. This is true, though probably not any time soon. And probably not in 2012. As our Sun runs through it's main sequence, we'll have about another 500 million...
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