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The Moon Stole Something From Deep Inside Earth Eons Ago, and Scientists Can Prove It

Earth and its Moon are unique in the Solar System. Earth is the only planet with just one moon, and that Moon is pretty influential….

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Megadeth Unleash New Single ‘Soldier On’

Megadeth has unleashed their new song “Soldier On,” the third single from their upcoming album The Sick … the Dying … and the Dead!. The…

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The Best Reactions to Tommy Lee’s Nude Photo

If you haven’t seen today’s extremely large news about Tommy Lee, here’s the gist of it: Images purportedly of the Motley Crue drummer’s genitals were uploaded…

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Children in Japan Learn to Walk in a Subtly Different Way, Scientists Find

A child’s manner of walking can tell a doctor a lot about their health and development. But the transition from tottering toddler to strutting teen…

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A New Virus Has Been Detected in China. Should You Be Worried About Langya Henipavirus?

A new virus, Langya henipavirus, is suspected to have caused infections in 35 people in China’s Shandong and Henan provinces over roughly a two-year period…

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This Artificial Synapse Can Run a Million Times Faster Than Ones in The Human Brain

While we’re not yet close to replicating the complexity and the intricacy of the human brain with anything artificial, scientists are making progress with certain…

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Ancient Maya Used Ashes of Rulers to Make Rubber Balls, Some Researchers Suggest

Maya people cremated their rulers and used the ashes to help make rubber balls that were used in ballgames, an archaeologist has claimed. The researcher…

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Alice in Chains Rehearsal Set Contains Song Not Played Since 1991

Alice in Chains have returned to the road, but ahead of their touring the band offered some insight about what might be coming to buyers…

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Neal Schon Says He and Jonathan Cain Don’t Talk Politics

Neal Schon has made one thing clear: He doesn’t let music and politics mix. In a recent interview with the White Line Fever podcast, the Journey guitarist was asked…

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Roger Waters Rails Against Censorship as Tour Continues

Roger Waters couldn’t lay claim to a packed house Wednesday night in Columbus, Ohio, but he used the moment to make a point about the politics-infused,…

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