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August 22nd is Tongue Twister Day

August 22 is Tongue Twister Day which is the combination of sounds that make people lose control of their mouth or twist their tongue. MIT researchers came up with (what they say) is the world’s hardest tongue twister. Here it is:

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Dan Kitwood, Getty Images

Chinese Restaurant Uses Robots to Serve and Cook Food

In China a restaurant has opened that is run by robots. There are 12 robots on the staff that cook and deliver food to the tables. They even have two robot hostesses’ that greet customers when they arrive. Each robot cost $6, 500 or the same as a year’s wage.

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Mario Tama, Getty Images

Google Moon Shadowy Figuer

This just in about the ‘so called’ alien shadow seen on Google Moon, it was dirt on the lens of the camera taking the shot. There has been a video that has gone viral claiming to see the shadow of a figure standing on the moon.

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Sean Gallup. Getty Images

The Timex Ironman Smartwatch

Timex has added a new watch to their Ironman line of GPS watches, it is a 3-G connected smartwatch. It’s called the Ironman One GPS + and is made mostly for athletes because you can run fitness data to a website so you can monitor your run in real time.

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George Frey, Getty Images

Astronauts Don’t Sleep Well in Space

NASA has revealed that astronauts in space suffer from sleep deprivation. According to a 10 year study it shows astronauts get an average of only six hours of sleep a night. NASA orders crew members to get at least 8.5 hour of sleep but that’s not happening.

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Photo by Andy Capwell
Photo by Andy Capwell

‘Super’ Moon and Perseid Meteor Shower

The latest 'super' moon lit up the night sky in central Maine over the weekend and a little light show will accompany it with the Perseid Meteor Shower.

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Christopher Furlong, Getty Images

Many Believe Robots WIll Create More Jobs

The worry about the future is robots taking all our jobs. Most people now believe they will create more jobs. There are many robots doing the jobs humans used to do, assembly lines at auto manufactures, warehouses and even hospitals. These are line work jobs and usually boring and require heavy lifting, robots are replacing people in jobs humans really don’t want to do.

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China Photos, Getty Images

Scientists Develop Transparent Mice

Scientists have developed a chemical treatment that turns mice transparent. One day researchers at the California Institute of Technology hope to use this as a way to study how disease flows through the human body.

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Mars Rover Sets an Out of This World Record

Can you believe the Mars rover ‘Opportunity’ has been on Mars since 2004? Seems like only yesterday! The rover has set a new record on the red planet; it has become the furthest traveled wheeled vehicle on another planet.

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Chris McGrath, Getty Images
Chris McGrath, Getty Images

Robot Can Play Connect Four

MIT graduate, Patrick McCabe, has programmed a robot that can play a game with you. The game is Connect Four and you can choose from four levels of difficulty. The game can even give you a hint if you need one

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