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Doomsday Asteroid Officially Upgraded in Size
An asteroid that scientists said could threaten Earth’s atmosphere in 2036 is now believed to be substantially larger than previously stated. In fact, astronomers currently studying the dreaded, potential doomsday rock say asteroid 'Apophis' has officially been supersized b…
New Facebook App Helps You Find Out Who Gave You the Flu
We're not big fans of winter. The only good part of this season is that it's socially acceptable to grow a burly bush of upper lip hair to keep us warm, but other than that  it's just cold, dreary and it's also the season of the flu. Just thinking about the chills, the achin…
Leave Video Messages For The Future [REVIEW]
Let me introduce you to Evergram, currently set to be released later this year. It's purpose is to allow you to record 15 second messages into a smartphone, camera, or computer webcam and then select the date for the message to be played. Currently in beta, it has thousands of satisfied users a…
Dirty Needles Are Putting Thousands At Risk Nationwide
Recently we heard of hundreds of people receiving injections with tainted medications, now, health officials are facing a quiet threat that was supposed to die with the advent of the disposable syringe more than 50 years ago: dirty needles. We trust the medical professionals when they recommend shot…
New NASA Spacesuits Look Exactly Like Buzz Lightyear
NASA revealed their new spacesuit - the Z-1 Prototype Spacesuit and Portable Life Support System (PLSS) 2.0 - and we can't help but think this new outfit was inspired by 'Toy Story's' own Buzz Lightyear. Are our astronauts headed to infinity and beyond?
Why Doesn’t Eggnog Make Us Sick?
This popular holiday drink is traditionally made by combining raw eggs, rum and dairy and leaving it all in the fridge for up to six weeks. We basically drink our weight in the stuff every December -- how on earth have we managed to avoid being sick all this time?
A Look Back At The Great Hurricane of 1938 [VIDEO]
Like most of us, I too am concerned about Hurricane Sandy, and the devastation going on in the Northeast. I always sleep with the radio on, and as I drifted in and out of sleep last night, I marveled at today's technology, for the information I was receiving was up to the second.

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