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Archive for: August 2015

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Experts Try to Change Faulty Perception of Fracking Replacing Water with CO2

Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is the process of pumping water, sand, and other chemicals under high pressure into the ground to break apart rock ...
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Fewer People Finding a Spouse Before Their First House, Zillow Finds

In the past, buying a first house has often been a step that married couples take together. But a recent Zillow analysis has concluded that now, more ...
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What Happens If You Buy a Teen a Ferrari? Exactly What You Expect…

Over at Yahoo! Autos, Editor at Large Alex Lloyd highlights a burning question, something everyone has wondered at one point or another: “Questi...
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2,200-Year-Old Abandoned Termite Mound Found In Africa

A giant abandoned termite mound was found in the Miombo forest area, located in central Africa. Scientists have predicted that the termite mound may b...
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Driver’s Ed Significantly Reduces Teen Crashes, Tickets

Driver’s education measurably reduces teen crashes and traffic violations, according to a new study that challenges the prevailing notion over the p...
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Why First Impressions Matter, New Study Suggests Explanation

People make first impressions so quickly that they’ve already formed their opinions before they even realize they did. For example, research has...
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In the New Alphabet, G Still Stands for Google

As of Tuesday, August 11, Google has a new owner. According to Wired, Alphabet, the newly-introduced parent company of Google, is much more than a reb...
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New Algorithms Can Remove Photo Obstructions

Chain-link fences are usually considered more of a security measure than an aesthetic choice. If you’ve ever had an intrusive fence or a window ...
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Wrapify: an Uber For Advertisers

A new tech company is being called “an Uber for advertisers.” Wrapify, which rolled out its product less than one month ago in San Diego a...
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Want to Live Like a (Middle Earth) King? Check Out This ‘Lord of the Rings’-Inspired Crowdfunding Project

A group of architects and engineers is ready to build an epic piece of property in Southern England — but they need nearly $2.9 billion to do it...