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Study: Men Who Move Their Necks and Right Knee Are Perceived As Sexier Dancers; Statistics Don’t Lie

Researchers from Northumbria University filmed 19 men, aged between 18 and 35. Using 3D camera technology as the men danced to music, researchers then plotted a dancing figure (a white avatar) on a blank background. Women were then asked to rate each volunteer’s dancing on a scale of one to 10. According to 35 heterosexual […]

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What Time, What TV Channel Is Showing Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey on FOX Broadcasting

Official Trailer | COSMOS | FOX BROADCASTING. Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey is scheduled to premiere Sunday Night, March 9, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. ET/8:00 p.m. CT. Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey is the American documentary television series scheduled to premiere simultaneously on ten 21st Century Fox networks. Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey is a follow-up to the […]

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Shocking Link of Brain Centers Between Humans, Dogs

If you’ve spent any time with man’s best friends, they’ve probably amazed you with human-like behaviors, and even emotions. Now science is proving what us two-legged humans have known and felt for thousands of years. Get updates from The Cardinal ALL NEWS FEEDS on Facebook. Just ‘LIKE’ the ‘Arlington Cardinal Page (become a fan of […]

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Large European Acoustic Facility (LEAF) Tests Satellites with Speakers Its Says Can Kill Someone

When you see these nitrogen-powered tweeters at LEAF, you will laugh. The Large European Acoustic Facility, or LEAF, is a sound system so loud, its creators say it can kill you. At 154 decibels, it’s roughly equivalent to having several jet planes take off next to you. The LEAF is owned by the European Space […]

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NASA Orders Urgent Spacewalk Repairs Could be Underway Saturday through Christmas to Fix Broken Cooling Line

NASA Orders Urgent Spacewalk Repairs. NASA has ordered up a series of urgent spacewalks to fix a broken cooling line at the International Space Station, a massive repair job that could stretch to Christmas Day. Two American astronauts will make the two to three spacewalks. Get updates from The Cardinal ALL NEWS FEEDS on Facebook. […]

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Ununpentium Is the Temporary Name of a New Element Synthesized, Confirmed at GSI in Sweden

Researchers in Sweden say they’ve made a new element, calling it Ununpentium. On August 27, 2013, researchers at GSI Helmholtz Centre for Heavy Ion Research from Lund University in Sweden reported confirming the existence of the element. Ununpentium is the temporary name of a synthetic superheavy element in the periodic table that has the temporary […]

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Designing Future Batteries at Joint Center for Energy Storage Research Near Argonne

Battery experts at Argonne National Laboratory give CBSNews.com their take on the future of energy storage. CBS News Alexander Trowbridge reports. Lithium ion batteries currently dominate the electronics scene. Lithium ion batteries could be two or three times better than they are today. Possibilities in the future may differ from solid type batteries, and may […]

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The Muon G-2 Superconducting Electromagnet Journey and Its Arrival at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory In Batavia

A giant magnet that was transported fromNew York to Illinois was 50 feet wide, weighs more than 15 tons and has taken a month to transport 3,200 miles from New York to Illinois. The Muon g-2 superconducting electromagnet is 50 feet wide, weighs more than 15 tons and took a month to transport 3,200 miles […]

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Panoramic View of Volcano Plosky Tolbachik, Kamchatka, Russia from AirPano

Video of arrival of erupting volcanos in Kamchatka Peninsula in the far east of Russia. Recently Russian photographers landed in a helicopter on a dangerous trip to get images of volcanoes erupting simultaneously with beautiful lava flow. AirPano is a Moscow based group of photo enthusiasts, dedicated to creating hi-resolution aerial panoramas. Enjoy this beautiful […]

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GravityLight: Lift a Weight and Create Light

GravityLight: lighting for the developing countries from Therefore on Vimeo. GravityLight is a revolutionary new approach to storing energy and creating illumination. It takes only 3 seconds to lift the weight which powers GravityLight, creating 30 minutes of light during the descent of the weights. For free — no energy cost. The light device is […]

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A Greater Challenge to Gun Laws: New Technologies, Like 3D Printing

Cody Wilson, a University of Texas Law Student, talks about the capability to make a gun with a 3D printer, even though it is not legal to make a complete gun. A stranger twist in the national conversation of preventing gun violence. There is technology that is closer to reality that will bring the capability […]

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Awesome Chuck Yaeger and Awesome Fearless Felix Baumgartner Break the Sound Barrier on Sunday

The first pilot to break the sound barrier in an aircraft did it again on Sunday. General Chuck Yeager flew faster than the speed of sound, exactly 65 years after his historic flight. Sixty-five years after becoming the first human to fly faster than the speed of sound in an aircraft, retired Air Force Brig. […]

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