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    Oxford Would Like Any Bigfoot Hair You Have Lying AroundWhat does Bigfoot hair look like?
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    Dazzling ‘Ring of Fire’ Phenomenon Just Reminds Woman That She’s Not MarriedThe “ring of fire” was a little depressing. 
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    Paralyzed Woman Drinks a Coffee With Her MindAnd the help of a chip implanted in her brain and a robotic arm. 
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    This Weekend’s Supermoon Will Make You Give BirthSorry.
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    Don’t Put Your Hand in the Large Hadron ColliderHere’s what would happen. 
  6. the least important birds in the world
    How Do Pigeons Navigate?Animal magnetism!
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    Baboons Are Learning to Read, Kind OfBut only if dried wheat is involved.
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    Study Shows Conservatives’ Trust in Science Hits All-Time LowConservative trust in science has dropped below 1974 levels.
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    Time Travel Definitely Not Happening AnymoreNeutrinos in the news again.
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    Cornell Anxiously Awaits Awful SmellIt’s called the corpse plant, appropriately enough.
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    Scientists: The Moon Sank the TitanicAlso, an iceberg. 
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    Time Travel Probably Not Happening AnymoreA loose wire may have produced those crazy results at CERN. 
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    Russian Scientists ‘Jurassic Park’ a 32,000-Year-Old FlowerNext stop, woolly mammoths?
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    That Suspiciously Blurry Viral Video of a Woolly Mammoth Sighting in Siberia?It’s a hoax.
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    Russia Declares Victory in Imaginary Lake RaceThey’ve finally reached the deep underground lake in Antarctica. 
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    Brooklyn Plant Will Use Poop to Help Power HomesPutting human waste to work.
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    Beyoncé Is a Horsefly NowUh, why?
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    This Frog Is the World’s Tiniest Vertebrate … Kind OfControversy rocks the science world.
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    Cornell Scientists Did … Something ... With LightThis seems amazing, we think!
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    Federal Government Suspends New Medical Testing on ChimpsSorry, mice. Maybe learn sign language or something.
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    Falling German Satellite Probably Didn’t Kill AnyoneYou’re really a shell of your former self, Germany.
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    Falling German Satellite Has a 1-in-2,000 Chance of Hitting SomebodyThanks, Germany.
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    Kraken, Yeti Both Definitely RealGranted, there may not be a ton of proof.
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    The Newest Hamptons Celebrity Is a LadybugThe nine-spotted ladybug has returned!
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    That Falling NASA Satellite Showers the Pacific With Debris Up to 300 PoundsAny one person’s odds of getting hit: 1 in 22 trillion.
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    Where and When Will You Time Travel to When Time Traveling Definitely Happens Soon?Scientists have made a major breakthrough, and we’re overreacting to it.
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    Falling Satellite Will Land Someplace UnimportantAlso known as “not New York.”
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    There’s a 1 in 3,200 Chance That a Piece of a Satellite Will Land on a Person Next WeekAntarctica will be safe.
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    For the First Time, Scientists Spot a Planet That Orbits Two StarsCrazy.
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    Potential Earthlike Planet Discovered 36 Light Years AwayScientists have yet to determine if HD85512b has water.
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    Do Voters Even Care If a Presidential Candidate Doesn’t Believe in Evolution?Barely.
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    That Mars Rover Just Won’t DieOpportunity is knocking … on a new crater!
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    Very Fast Aircraft Also Very Bad at Functioning ProperlyThe Pentagon is having trouble getting this thing to work.
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    Does Water Flow on the Surface of Mars?Maybe!
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    A ‘Trojan Asteroid’ Has Been Secretly Floating in Earth’s Orbit for Thousands of YearsStalker.
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    The Bornean Rainbow Toad Is Alive!Yes!
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    Don’t Trust Your Boyfriend’s Fat FaceAccording to science, “men with wide faces are more likely to lie and cheat than narrow-faced men.”
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    Russian Scientist Expects Aliens to Look Exactly Like HumansWhat a crazy imagination!
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    Advertisers Examining Whether Monkeys Are As Dumb As HumansDoes sex sell monkey food?
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    Your Portable Mind-Control Device May Be Coming SoonFor mice, anyhow.
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    United States Slowly Catching Up to Europe in ‘Most Prehistoric Mastodon Drawings’ ContestThe United States has one of them now.
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    Science: Drugs May Be Able to Erase Bad MemoriesMetyrapone, in particular.
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    Electrons Are Almost Perfectly RoundHuh. How ‘bout that.
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    Study Confirms: Yep, Alleged Jerks Hold Our Interest“Given a choice, people will stare longer at the faces of people they’ve heard bad things about.”
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    AIDS Vaccine Shows Promise in MonkeysThe research could “significantly contribute” to a human vaccine.
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    New York’s Intrepid Museum Is Getting a Space Shuttle!However, it’s a space shuttle that has never been in space.
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    People Are Nicer at Higher ElevationsDoes this explain Buddhist monks, and also Long Island?
  48. the future is coming
    World Welcomes First Test Tube Baby MiceIt’s a feat long thought to be impossible.
  49. love
    Adult Americans Have Romantic RegretsYou don’t say.
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    Someday, the United States Will Be Rubbing Up Against a Godless CanadaReligion will die out in Canada and eight other countries, researchers say.
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