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The One Thing All Humans Fear

All humans fear something, some fear spiders, some snakes, some darkness and some speaking in public. There is one thing that ALL humans fear, it is the fear of something or someone moving closer to us. The study was done at the University of Chicago and they found humans fear things moving closer rather than away.

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Barney Wayne, Getty Iamges

UFO Sighting in Chile

The government in Chile has been studying photos of UFO’s that were taken by miners at a remote cooper mine. The government says they believe they are genuine UFO’s. The study was done by the Chilean equivalent to the FAA.

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images

Australian Scientists Develope Super-Banana

Scientists in Australia have made what they refer to as a ‘super banana’. It is a genetically engineered banana that is super-enriched with alpha and beta carotene and they hope to improve the lives of millions of people.

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Mario Tama, Getty Images

Bachelor Party Discovers Dinosaur Skull

A bachelor party out to have a good time before their friend got married made an ancient fossil discovery by mistake. Most bachelor parties don’t go driving through Elephant Butte State Park in New Mexico, but Antonio Gradillas and friends did and what a discovery.

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Joe Raedle, Getty Images

Drinkable Sun Block, Could it Really Work?

I’ll start by saying ‘don’t drink sun screen’. There is a new product is a drinkable sun screen called Harmonized H2O that says it blocks UV rays. Founder Ben Johnson claims if you drink it, with water, every 4 hours while in the sun, you will have full protection.

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Mark Kolbe, Getty Iamges

Titanosaur, Largest Dinosaur on Earth

A discovery in Argentina has Paleontologists calling the Titanosaur the largest dinosaur to ever walk on Earth. It weighed as much as 14 elephants or 100 tons and was as long two tractor trailers. It is a paleontological treasure.

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Ethan Miller, Getty Images

Scientists Use Laser Beam to Make Rain

A request from the Ministry of Defense to scientists: find a way to make it rain! The Pentagon donated $7.5 million to help achieve this goal and scientists believe they have found a way by using a high energy laser beam.

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images

Google’s Contact Lenses with Cameras

The next piece of technology that will make you scratch you head, as in how do they do that will probably be Google contact lenses that include a built-in cameras. Known as Google Glass, they will be activated by the wearer.

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Richard Heathcote, Getty Images

Beards on the Decline, Clean Shaven on the Upswing

According to a new study men’s beards seem to come and go in popularity, depending on how popular beards are. Sounds confusing, but not really. As beards become popular it means more men have beards, as more and more men have beards, it’s not considered rare anymore, so beards start to go out of style.

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Terry Disney, Getty Images

Russia Wants to Colonize the Moon

On Saturday Russia will celebrate Cosmonaut Day in honor of Yuri Gagarin as the first man in space in 1961. Along with the celebration Russia’s Deputy Premier announced the Soviet Union’s plan to colonizing the moon by 2040.

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