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Getty Images, photo by NASA

Maine Resident Catches Fireball on Camera!!

It was overhead in Oxford County and Bruce York caught it all on camera!

Last week after seeing the object in the sky, he whipped out his cell phone (those things are so handy) and recorded the entire thing!

Have you seen the video...or did you ACTUALLY see it, too?

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Pool, Getty Images
Pool, Getty Images

NASA Says the Human Body Not Built for Space Travel

In science fiction movies, man travels through space with no problem, hopping from universe to universe, but the reality is, man was not built to travel through space. NASA says there are many problems the human body goes through in space; many they still haven’t been able to solve.

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Mark Kolbe, Getty Images
Mark Kolbe, Getty Images

Food You Should Never Eat Raw

There are some foods you should never eat raw. Since the discovery of fire, man has learned to cook food to make it taste better and to make it more healthy for us to eat. Animals, of course, can’t control fire like us, so they still eat foods raw, but for man, it’s not a good idea. Here are some foods the experts say we should never eat raw. Some of these are probably foods you would never eat anyway, but here’s the list.

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Spencer Platt, Getty Images
Spencer Platt, Getty Images

FOX T.V. May Use Infrared Cameras During This Years ‘Cold’ Big Game

As the first cold weather Super Bowl approaches, FOX T.V. has been experimenting with weather related gadgets. During the NFC Playoff between San Francisco and Seattle they were testing infrared cameras that will show the change in player’s body temperatures throughout the game.

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Getty Images, photo by Hulton Archive
Getty Images, photo by Hulton Archive

Scientists Looking on the Internet for Time Travelers

Time travel has long been a thing of science fiction but according to Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, the idea of traveling forward in time should be possible. With that in mind, scientists are looking for evidence of time travelers on the internet

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Getty Images, photo by Ian Waldie
Getty Images, photo by Ian Waldie

Caffeine May Help Long Term Memory

According to a research team at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, caffeine may boost long term memory. It has long been thought caffeine has many health benefits and now it may be an enhancer for memory.

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Getty Images, photo by Alexander Roth-Grisard
Getty Images, photo by Alexander Roth-Grisard

4.4 Million Year Old Horse Discovered in Ethiopia

Scientists have found the fossil of a 4.4 million year old horse in the fossil fields of Ethiopia. They discovered the first pieces of an extinct species of horse which they say was about the size of a small zebra. Ethiopia today, is dry, but 4.4 million years ago it would have been covered in grasslands and woods.

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Getty Images, photo by David McNew
Getty Images, photo by David McNew

NASA Will Send Your Name Into Space

NASA is giving us a chance to send our name and personal message into space aboard the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution spacecraft. It is expected to launch in November and will study the upper atmosphere of Mars. It will also carry a DVD of every name submitted.

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Getty Images, photo by Ian Waldie
Getty Images, photo by Ian Waldie

The Dark Side of the Moon is Really Turquoise not Black

According to astronomers, the dark side of the moon is not dark or black as originally thought. They say it’s really turquoise. The astronomers did studies for two years of measurements at Hawaii’s Mauna Loa observatory and used telescopes made to use two color filters and the result: turquoise.

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Getty Images, photo by Peter Macdiarmid
Getty Images, photo by Peter Macdiarmid

Dogs Prefer a North-South Axis to do Their Business

You see it all the time with your dog; they turn in circles before they decide on a spot that’s just right for them to go number two. It turns out they are doing it for a reason. According to a stud

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