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Even in The Depths of Sleep, Our Brains Are Alert to Stranger Danger, Says New Study

Even as we slumber, our industrious brains continue working to keep us alive. They ensure our heartbeats and breathing remain on track, wash off the…

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Our 13 Favorite Meat Loaf Stories

From the early days of his musical-theater career to his most recent live performances, Meat Loaf put on one hell of a show. His death…

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Animals Respond to Death in Many Ways. Mourning Might Be One of Them.

We humans are prone to anthropomorphize animals, or ascribe human thoughts, feelings and motivations to their behaviors. Often, our focus is on the cute behaviors:…

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10 CEOs + Companies That Started Their Own Bands

A CEO wants to break out of the corporate mold for a bit and start a rock band. A company wants to represent its brand…

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Posted in News/Events Weird

Meta and Twitter’s NFT Landgrab Could Backfire

“Despite the positivity around NFT use cases, there’s a lot of distrust in the community—perhaps due to the anonymity of key artists and influencers, and…

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How to Order Free At-Home Covid-19 Tests

We’re nearing two years since we first grasped the scale of the Covid-19 pandemic. Despite the brief moment this summer when it felt like we…

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When Bruce Kulick Joined Meat Loaf’s ‘Bat Out of Hell’ Tour

Bruce Kulick says touring as a member of Meat Loaf’s band in support of 1977’s Bat Out of Hell changed him in many ways. “I…

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When We Were Young Fest Adds Second Date After Safety Concerns

The upcoming When We Were Young Festival has added a second date after Live Nation, the promoter behind the recently announced emo fest, responded to fans’…

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Watch an Orca Pod Free a Humpback Whale From a Coil of Rope, Possibly Saving Its Life

In a strange encounter off the coast of western Australia, a pod of orcas seems to free a humpback whale from a rope entangling its…

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What’s the Secret to a Great Citizen Science Project?

SciStarter has hundreds of citizen science projects to choose from, and our more than 110,000 registered members participate in a diverse range of projects that…

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