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Looking for the Best Audio Players for Android? We’ve Got You Covered

Looking for the Best Audio Players for Android? We’ve Got You Covered

If you are looking for the best audio players for Android devices, both free and paid, we have a few options for you to consider.

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You don’t need eight glasses of water a day and other lies we believe

You don’t need eight glasses of water a day and other lies we believe

For decades now, we’ve been told that to stay healthy it’s imperative that we drink at least eight glasses of water a day. It turns out that’s not actually true

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Reading Books Can Help You Live Longer

Reading Books Can Help You Live Longer

A study from Yale University confirms what your teachers have been saying for years – reading books can be a very good thing.

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The Center of the Galaxy is made up of Thousands of Black Holes

The Center of the Galaxy is made up of Thousands of Black Holes

A new study has concluded that the center of the Milky Way is populated by thousands and thousands of black holes of all sizes.

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Here’s how to survive inside a falling elevator

Here’s how to survive inside a falling elevator

If you are ever in a position where the worst happens and you find yourself in a free fall, here's how to survive inside a falling elevator.

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If you really want to freak yourself out, stare into someone’s eyes for 10 minutes

If you really want to freak yourself out, stare into someone’s eyes for 10 minutes

Researchers had test subject stare into each other’s eyes for 10 minutes. The subjects hallucinated and went slightly crazy as they reached an altered state of consciousness.

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Science Confirms, Tyrannosaurus Rexes Kind of Sucked

Science Confirms, Tyrannosaurus Rexes Kind of Sucked

A new study shows that despite what you see in movies, Tyrannosaurus Rexes kind of sucked, and could barely run without breaking their legs.

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You Can Now Tour Japan from a Dog’s Point of View, Finally

You Can Now Tour Japan from a Dog’s Point of View, Finally

Google Street View now lets you tour Japan from the point of view of an Akita breed dog, specifically Akita prefecture. When you are looking for a specific location on Google ...

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Ancient City the Size of Manhattan Uncovered in Mexico

Ancient City the Size of Manhattan Uncovered in Mexico

Using LiDAR, archeologists exploring a recently discovered ancient city in western Mexico discovered that it was the size of Manhattan.

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Earth may be one of the youngest planets in the universe, making humans galactic foreruners

Earth may be one of the youngest planets in the universe, making humans galactic foreruners

A new research paper makes a compelling case that the Earth is actually one of the youngest planets in the universe.

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