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View from Vitalia: Of sharks, statues, soccer and the art of getting lost

Despite life’s general unpredictability, certain events and happenings can occasionally be foreseen without technological aids ‘Wonderfully predictable’ – so goes the official logo of Trainline – “the ... read more

The 30 most creative people in advertising under 30

His GIFs have been featured in art galleries around ... re-creating life-size statues of those who have died from handgun violence in Illinois. A name tag activated a mobile app that played a video of ... read more

Fisherman catch record-breaking deadly shark they describe as '1323lbs of nightmare'

The fishermen were led by Jason Johnston, from Mesquite, Texas and they encountered the shortfin mako about 15 miles off the shore of California as they were angling for smaller sharks. Using over a q... read more

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The Games Industry Reacts To The White House's Violent Games Showreel

Gearbox president Randy Pitchford also posted his reaction, but he took the opposite view to Spector, pointing out that the ... service of highlighting depictions of violence to undermine art and expr... read more

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Why 3-on-3 overtime is best to save NHL from silly shootouts

I kind of compare it to watching a soccer game, with all that open field ... This is set to be the first season since 2003-04, the one before the lockout, when the Art Ross Trophy winner (most points) ... read more

For non-sports fans, Indianapolis has plenty on the ball

which hosts daily dolphin shows and features a huge shark tank where you can pet the sharks ($10.25 to $15.25, indyzoo.com). Indianapolis Motor Speedway • I'll admit: I'm not a racing fan. But the eno... read more

Could this be the answer to Australia's shark attack nightmare? Surfer, 15, creates app to detect sharks at beaches

A young surfer determined to encourage more swimmers into the water has created an iPhone app to detect sharks at beaches. After recognising a widespread fear of sharks, Samuel Aubin, 15, realised tha... read more

NCBI ROFL: And the most racist study of the year award goes to…

Associations between climate and IQ in the United States of America. “Relations between average temperature of each of the 48 contiguous states and estimates of state IQ were inspected. Additional sta... read more

Sausalito artist showcases bugs in Marin exhibit

He attended an art high school in St. Petersburg, where he learned painting, sculpture, drawing and design. He decided to switch paths, went to medical university, later getting into design ... was ha... read more

Wildflowers come and go, but in Anza-Borrego, the desert will always be the star

Here in Anza-Borrego, the desert will always be ... about 130 sculptures on property he owned throughout the town. As I explored, I spotted a giant eagle, a family of tortoises, a bust of an Indian ch... read more

NCBI ROFL: Pleasure and pain: the effect of (almost) having an orgasm on genital and nongenital sensitivity.

The first author then reminded the participant to take her time getting relaxed and comfortable in the room before privately masturbating using her preferred technique until reaching orgasm or “almost ... read more



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