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Getty Images, photo by William West

Glow in the Dark Toilet Seat to Light Up Your Night

Inventors are always thinking of ways to light up our lives and the inventor of the Glow in the Dark toilet seat has done just that. Dave Reynolds, a concert promoter who has been with some of the biggest bands in the world and spent two years on tour with Justin Bieber, invented the glow in the dark toilet seat.

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Getty Images, photo by Michael Heiman
Getty Images, photo by Michael Heiman

Dolphin May be Getting High on Puffer Fish

Recently filmmakers were filming dolphins for a documentary called ‘Dolphins: Spy in the Pod', and discovered after dolphins eat puffer fish, they seem to get high. They enter a trance-like state. It was all caught on cameras that were to made look like animals to provoke the dolphin’s curiosity and let the cameras film them naturally.

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Getty Images, photo by NASA
Getty Images, photo by NASA

Mega Solar Flare has a 1 in 8 Chance of Hitting Earth by 2020

According to space physicist Pete Riley, a senior scientist at Predictive Science in San Diego, the Earth has a 12% chance of being hit by a megaflare from the sun in the next 10 years. If something like that would happen in could cause trillions of dollars in damage and take a decade to recover.

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Getty Images, photo by Handout
Getty Images, photo by Handout

The Coldest it’s Ever Been on Earth Recorded in Antarctica

A new world record for a cold temperature has been recorded in east Antarctica at -135.8 degrees. Newly analyzed satellite data show the temperature was reached in August of 2010. This year in July it almost reached that same temperature when the reading dipped to -135.3 degrees.

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Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Minisode Paul McGann
BBC

‘Doctor Who’ 50th Anniversary Minisode: Old Faces Are New Again in “The Night of the Doctor”

Just when you thought the 'Doctor Who' 50th anniversary simulcast of "The Day of the Doctor" was exciting enough with the return of David Tennant, yet another past 'Doctor Who' star returns in the first official minisode setting up the event, "The Night of the Doctor"!

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Getty Images, photo by NASA
Getty Images, photo by NASA

NASA Testing Lasers to Replace Radio Communications in Space

NASA has had a space probe called the Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer circling the moon getting ready to receive the first laser data transmission in space. The LADEE probe successfully received a ‘world wide web’ type of transmission between Earth and the moon probe more than 239,000 miles away. There is a reason NASA is testing this.

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Getty Images, photo by Sean Gallup
Getty Images, photo by Sean Gallup

Shreddies, the Underwear That Absorbs the Smell of Passing Gas

There is new underwear on the market made in Britain but it’s the American consumer that is the biggest buyer. Shreddies, the underwear that filters the stench of passing gas, the SBD, the one no one hears but they sure do smell. Shreddies use science to absorb the smell with a cloth that has a micro porous structure to form a layer of activated carbon cloth.

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Getty Images, photo by Kraig Skarbinsky
Getty Images, photo by Kraig Skarbinsky

Study Shows Listening to Music Can Help Relieve Pain

A study from the University of Utah Pain Management Center found that music can ease pain. Almost half of people living with constant pain found some relief while listening to music and with the 16 to 24 year old crowd, it was closer to 70 percent.

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Who Knew These Inventions Were, Well, Invented!

I was strolling the internet the other day and found a cool article. It was about things that have been invented that, basically, no one know about.

Until now!

Take a look at this! And are they useful!!

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Getty Images, photo by Dan Kitwood
Getty Images, photo by Dan Kitwood

Lunar Eclipse Tonight! But Will We See It?

I am all about watching the sky. Stars are so wonderful to stare at! And tonight a partial Lunar Eclipse will happen!

Will we see it?

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