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All Identical Twins Appear to Carry a Hidden Chemical Signature on Their DNA

Identical twins originate from one egg cell that splits and gives rise to two embryos, but during development, one twin sometimes “vanishes”, leaving only one…

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Trans-Siberian Orchestra ‘Chomping at the Bit’ Ahead of 2021 Tour

After being limited to a single virtual show last year, Trans-Siberian Orchestra is “just like a caged animal, chomping at the bit” to return to…

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Amazon’s Astro Is a Robot Without a Cause

What do you get when you mix Amazon’s voice assistant Alexa with an Echo Show tablet, give it a hefty dose of artificial intelligence, integrate…

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Dave Grohl Lends His Stage Throne to Metal Bassist Shot in Leg

Greyhawk bassist Darin Wall, who was shot in the leg when confronting an attacker outside a music venue earlier this month, recently received what’s perhaps the most exciting…

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This Software Aims to Smooth Your Flight—and Help the Planet

Fastening the seat belt buckle and knowing your flight is on its way to its destination: Nice. Getting stuck in a tarmac traffic jam and…

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You Can Now Buy Ring’s In-Home Drone—If You’re Invited

Last year at Amazon’s annual fall hardware event, Ring (which is owned by Amazon) showed off a drone designed to capture video inside your home….

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Judas Priest’s Richie Faulkner Undergoes Emergency Heart Surgery

Judas Priest guitarist Richie Faulkner recently underwent “major emergency heart surgery.” According to his girlfriend, Mariah Lynch, Faulkner is now recovering. “Thank you to everyone…

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There’s a Horrible Bias That Makes Us Underestimate The Pain of Poorer People

People from relatively low socioeconomic backgrounds are more likely to have their pain sensitivity dismissed by others, according to a new series of psychological experiments….

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What If Getting a Kids’ Vaccine Approved Is the Easy Part?

This morning, Pfizer/BioNTech submitted data to the Food and Drug Administration from its clinical trial of a Covid vaccine for children, launching a process that…

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Jethro Tull Announce ‘Benefit’ ’50th-Anniversary Enhanced Edition

Jethro Tull will release a 50th-anniversary “enhanced edition” of their 1970 LP, Benefit, on Nov. 5. The four-CD, two-DVD set includes Steven Wilson’s 2013 remix of…

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