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GERMAN SCIENTISTS SAYS HE CAN PROVE THERE IS LIFE AFTER DEATH

A team of psychologists and medical doctors associated with the Technische Universität of Berlin, have announced this morning that they had proven by clinical experimentation, the existence of some form of life after death. This astonishing announcement is based on the conclusions of a study using a new type of medically supervised near-death experiences, that allow patients to be clinically dead for almost ...

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This Is How The Ancient Egyptians Did Pregnancy Tests (And It Still Works!)

This is amazing. You might not believe it but modern day science has verified its accuracy. I’m constantly learning more about how much the ancient Egyptians knew when it came to science and technology. One thing is for sure, they were pretty brilliant in many ways. Somehow thousands of years ago they cleverly discovered the key to home pregnancy tests using completely natural methods. Sadly, scientists of ...

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Understanding The Dangers of Fluorescent Light Bulbs

You see them in every grocery store and home center – those funny-looking curly compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) that are rapidly replacing the old round bulbs. And pretty soon, the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 kicks in, requiring bulbs to be 25 to 30 percent more efficient by 2012 to 2014, and 70 percent more efficient by 2020, effectively phasing out traditional incandescent bulbs as a wa ...

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This Chart Of AVERAGE PENlS SIZES Around the World May Surprise You

This chart created by humor website 9gag is based on the average penis sizes around the world, and everyone’s probably pretty jealous of Congo right now. The original page doesn’t say where the statistics come from, but they definitely support some socially-perpetuated stereotypes. The US is below the global average and if it’s assumed the rest of Western Europe hovers around the same range as Germany, I gu ...

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VIDEO: MAN DIVES INTO AN EXPLODING VOLCANO

Sam Cossman and George Kourounis guided by volcanic pioneers Geoff Mackely and Brad Ambrose become among the first explorers to step foot inside the worlds most dangerous and inaccessible volcano, Marum Crater. More people have visited the moon than the firey bottom of this spectacular and deadly place.   Disclose.tv - Man Dives into an Exploding Volcano ...

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Jack The Ripper Identified By 126 Year Old DNA Sample

DNA evidence on a shawl found at Ripper murder scene nails killer By testing descendants of victim and suspect, identifications were made Jack the Ripper has been identified as Polish-born Aaron Kosminski Kosminski was a suspect when the Ripper murders took place in 1888 Hairdresser Kosminski lived in Whitechapel and was later put in an asylum Via Daily Mail: It is the greatest murder mystery of all time, a ...

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Scientists: Whatever You Do … DON’T TOUCH THIS BUG!

As far as bugs go, caterpillars are usually pretty tame – except for one. It's a fat, furry caterpillar that is popping up in trees across Florida, and it's known as the "puss caterpillar," or Megalopyge opercularis. But whatever you do, do not touch this bug. Stay away from it, scientists say. Its fur is actually covered in venom. Doctors from the University of Florida say the second you touch this caterpi ...

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Genius Engineer Creates Homemade IRON MAN SUIT & Attempts to Curl 170 lbs

The only thing cooler than the “Iron Man” movies is being able to replicate Tony Stark’s powers in real life. Unfortunately, many of us have not figured out how to do that, so I guess we’ll have to leave it up to James “the Hacksmith” Hobson. The California-based engineer was able to create his very own exoskeleton that has the ability to curl up to 170 pounds (171.5 to be exact). The contraption looks a lo ...

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12 Seconds Into This Video, The VOLCANO ERUPTS … 25 Seconds in, Just WAIT FOR IT!

Incredible footage posted online captured Papua New Guinea’s Tavurvur Volcano eruption — in addition to the ensuing sonic boom. The video, posted to Facebook earlier this week, shows several individuals nearby on a boat react in shock when they see ash spew into the sky. Then the apparent cameraman makes a keen observation, warning others to “watch out for the aftershock” because “it’s coming.” Moments late ...

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“Astoundingly Huge” Dinosaur Skeleton Of New Species Unearthed

Scientists have unearthed the skeleton of a previously unknown, massive dinosaur species that may be the largest land animal ever found. The specimen named Dreadnoughtus schrani is exceptionally complete, with about 70 percent of its bones recovered. Scientists believe the creature, which lived about 77 million years ago, measured 85 feet (26 meters) long and weighed about 65 tons, heavier than a Boeing 737 ...

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Hacking Traffic Signals Has Never Been So Easy

Hacking Internet of Things (IoTs) has turned into a stunning practice for digital offenders out there, but messing with Traffic lights would be something more exciting for them. The hacking scenes in Hollywood films has recently been a wellspring of stimulation for the IT industry, in the same way as we’ve seen traffic lights hacked in Die Hard and The Italian Job, however these motion pictures dependably m ...

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