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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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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images

Voice Activated Barbecue Grill

It looks like BBQ grilling just became easier but it is taking the personal touch out of barbequing. The Lynx Smart grill is the next technological wonder that uses voice commands to do your cooking. The Lynx Concept Grill is expected to make it out by next summer, 2015, at a cost of $7,000.

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NASA, Getty Images

NASA Contest for Crash Landing on the Moon

NASA’s moon probe LADEE (Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer) has been studying the moon's thin atmosphere since its launch in September, 2013. This space probe will not be coming back to Earth; NASA is going to crash land it on the far side of the moon.

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NASA-Getty Images

Miniseries Scheduled for Landing on the Moon

The Science Channel and Discovery Channel have teamed up for a global competition and have turned it into a miniseries. The top prize is $30 million dollars if you can be the first to land an unmanned spacecraft on the moon.

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Ethan Miller, Getty Images

Could We Light-up Streets with Glowing Trees?

When you think about it, it may not be a bad idea, glow in the dark trees replacing street lights and saving energy. Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde thinks what we learn from nature could help develop innovative ideas.

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China Photos, Getty Images

Three Gorges Dam the Largest in the World

The largest dam in the world is The Three Gorges Dam in Hubei Provence, China. It covers more than a mile and stands 50 stories high and holds back more than five trillion gallons of water. It’s the largest

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Warner Brothers, Getty Images

Flying Car To Be Tested In Portsmouth, New Hampshire

You've seen the flying car on the 'Jetsons', for those of you under 40, the 'Jetsons' was a popular cartoon in the 1960's. Back to my point, a prototype 'flying car' will be tested in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

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Nigel Treblin, Getty Images

The Top 100 Jobs

U.S. news put out their list of the top 100 jobs; these jobs are considered the best when it comes to salary, work-life balance, job security and the right mix of all of these. Health care jobs made up 40% of the list with business and social services coming in strong.

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Teens: Be Careful! Your Teacher Reads Your Tweets!

Modern media is pretty simple to understand.

The problem is teenagers don't think older people, like their teachers, can learn or use things like Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat.

But....yes. Yes, we can!

And we LOOOOOVE reading what you write about us!

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David Rogers, Getty Images

Webcams Attached to Sharks to Better Understand Them

Marine biologists at the University of Hawaii and the University of Tokyo have attached webcams to the fins of sharks in the hope to study their habits. Thirty sharks of various types were fitted with the webcams that include a camera, sensors and VHF transmitters.

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