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LiveScience
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Science

A medieval tale of a dead bishop's treasure, a pope and a pirate whose name means "fire blast" or "fire fart" has been revealed in documents from the Vatican archives...

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Time
TimeTime
Science

According to a French study released Monday, dolphins are attracted to magnets. Platonically, of course. To find out if dolphins are magnetosensitive—or able to sense Earth’s magnetic field—researchers tested how six bottleneck dolphins swimming freely independently reacted to...

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Lauren Stevens
Lauren StevensLauren Stevens
HowtosDIY, diaperliners, diy, fleeceliners

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WriterWriter

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Who Dictionary
Who DictionaryWho Dictionary

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BBC History Magazine
BBC History MagazineBBC History Magazine
History, quiz

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TheTelegraph
TheTelegraphTheTelegraph
Education

The exam regulator has heavily criticised students for using ghost writing services as part of their A-level coursework. Here are some of the examples of errors found in online essays...

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Arne Duncan
Arne DuncanArne Duncan

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Daryle Lockhart
Daryle LockhartDaryle Lockhart
Math

mental_floss
mental_flossmental_floss

American author, screenwriter, and playwright Truman Capote would have turned 90 today, but the In Cold Blood writer didn’t make it to his 60s (he died at age 59, a little more than a month before his 60th birthday). Responsible for such works as Breakfast at Tiffany's and In Cold Blood, Capote...

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NYTimes
NYTimesNYTimes
GeneralKnowledge

Have you been following the news this week? Take our quiz to see what you know and to learn more, and look for a new edition each week on Tuesday morning...

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Repairs
Repairs Repairs

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HuffingtonPost
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Science

GENEVA (AP) — About 3,000 species of wildlife around the world have seen their numbers plummet far worse than previously thought, according to a new study by one of the world's biggest environmental groups. The study Tuesday from the Swiss-based WWF largely blamed human threats to nature for a 52...

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LACO Technologies
LACO TechnologiesLACO Technologies
Science, calibrated, helium

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wikiHow
wikiHowwikiHow
HowtosDIY

Everybody has got to start somewhere. If you want to learn to skateboard, but don't know an ollie from an elbow, you've come to the right place. You can learn to get the right gear for learning to skate, learn to stand on the board and ride comfortably without falling down, and some helpful hints...

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PhD Blog
PhD BlogPhD Blog
Education

Time
TimeTime
Science

It’s not the first time a formation has appeared, seemingly out of nowhere, on a world beyond Earth. Usually, it’s Mars: this year alone the Mars Reconnaissance Observer spotted a brand-new crater that wasn’t there last time NASA looked, while the Opportunity Rover discovered the...

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MysteriousUniverse
MysteriousUniverseMysteriousUniverse

If you remember the 70s, you probably remember Uri Geller. Geller came on the international scene claiming a wide range of psychic powers, most notably his purported ability to bend spoons using only the power of his mind. In more recent years, he has generally identified as an entertainer and...

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Rosabeth Moss Kanter
Rosabeth Moss KanterRosabeth Moss Kanter
BusinessEconomics, eaders

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HuffingtonPost
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Science

ELMIRA, N.Y. (AP) — A descendant of a Confederate soldier who died in a Civil War prison camp in New York says the wrong name is on his gravestone, and the Department of Veterans Affairs won't fix it. Tom Fagart of Concord, North Carolina, tells the Star-Gazette of Elmira...

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Forbes
ForbesForbes
Education

In the wake of the financial crisis, there has been no shortage of hand-wringing about the over-representation of top college graduates in a handful of fields, particularly finance, consulting, and law. Andrew Yang, himself a graduate of Brown University and Columbia Law School—whose first job...

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HowtosDIY

I built this tiny broadcast room complete with live mics that broadcast to the local radio.  The structure is made of scrap steel and scrap plywood with a faux stucco paint job (paint and bead styrofoam) . The walls on the inside are strung making the entire structure a musical instrument...

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