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Asteroid NOT To Blame For Dinosaur Extinction, Scientists Say
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Asteroid NOT To Blame For Dinosaur Extinction, Scientists Say

NASA By: Tanya Lewis, LiveScience Staff Writer Published: 03/22/2013 05:18 PM EDT on LiveScience Updated March 22 at 5:36 p.m. ET The rocky object that wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago may have been a comet, rather than an ... Huffington Post, 8 minutes ago

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Why the beloved polar bear Knut died so suddenly

Polar Bear cub 'Knut', playing with a blanket. Image: Crossland, D./Corbis for LiveScience 2015-08-27 21:45:23 UTC Follow @LiveScience He spawned millions of fuzzy toys, garnered media attention on everything from his cod-liver diet to his ...
 Mashable3 hours ago Polar Bear Awes with Record-Breaking Dive  Yahoo! Singapore4 weeks ago
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Does smoking pot change the way the brain develops?

Image: Tomas Rodriguez/Corbis for LiveScience 2015-08-27 15:45:48 UTC Follow @LiveScience The effects of marijuana on the brain may be more complicated than experts previously thought, and may depend on factors related to the person using ...
 Mashable5 hours ago The oldest baboon skull is discovered in South Africa  Mashable3 days ago Why your eyes move all over the place while you dream  Mashable1 week ago Beware: Armadillos may be spreading leprosy in Florida  Mashable1 month ago
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This Is How A Penile Implant Actually Works

lolostock via By: Rachael Rettner Published: 08/26/2015 11:00 AM EDT on LiveScience A man in the United Kingdom recently made headlines when he had surgery to get a so-called bionic penis. But experts say the man actually received a ...
 News-me.com8 hours ago Here's What's Wrong With That Viral Soda Infographic  Huffington Post3 weeks ago
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Fueled by drought, large reservoir drops to lowest level since 1930s

by the Operational Land Imager (OLI) on the Landsat 8 satellite. Image: Joshua Stevens Elizabeth Goldbaum for LiveScience 2015-08-21 19:45:35 UTC Follow @LiveScience Years of unrelenting drought are straining a large reservoir of water ...
 Mashable6 days ago Lake Mead's Water Sinks to Lowest Level Since 1930s  LiveScience.com1 week ago
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This handsome kitty is officially crowned the world's oldest house cat

Corduroy, the world's oldest domestic cat, is 26 years young. Image: Guinness World Records Elizabeth Palermo for LiveScience 2015-08-17 14:45:05 UTC Follow @LiveScience After spending decades searching for the most comfortable spot on the ...
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What makes one of the ocean's smartest creatures so weird

Octopus on display at the Key West Aquarium. for LiveScience 2015-08-14 16:15:05 UTC Follow @LiveScience Octopuses are known to be brainiacs — they can mimic flounder in a flash, unscrew themselves out of a sealed jar and even use coconut ...
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Drought-sensitive butterflies face 'widespread extinction' in UK

Green-veined white butterfly Image: Karin Gerritsen/ Foto Natura/Minden Pictures/Corbis Elizabeth Goldbaum for LiveScience 2015-08-11 15:15:36 UTC Follow @LiveScience Green-veined white butterflies with pale-yellow wings, among other ...
 Mashable2 weeks ago Thirsty Butterflies Disappearing from the UK  LiveScience.com2 weeks ago
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Couples who sext more may have better love lives

Image: Tetra Images/Corbis for LiveScience 2015-08-10 15:45:06 UTC Follow @LiveScience Sexting is common among U.S. adults, and although the practice is often portrayed as risky or just bad behavior, it may have benefits for couples, a new ...
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The science behind setting high goals without burning out

Image: Ghislain & Marie David de Lossy/Corbis for LiveScience 2015-08-08 11:45:56 UTC Follow @LiveScience People who aim high in life may risk burning out, but a new study shows that those with ambitious goals who also avoid taking failure ...
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