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3 Earth-Size Planets Disovered

Three new planets have been discovered by astronomers that are close to Earth-size and are the right distance from their sun to make the temperature similar to Earth’s. The planets were discovered in what scientists call the ‘habitable zone’ where the surface of the planet isn’t too hot or too cold.

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Louisiana Tech Wins Shell Eco-Marathon Challange

Last weekend more than a thousand high school and college studenst from around the country competed in the Shell Eco-marathon Americas, which challenges students to design and build high mileage vehicle. For the second year

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Say Goodbye to Guess Work — This High-Tech Dress Bares All When She’s Turned On

“Is that a see-through dress, or are you just happy to see me?” Much like how clear heels tell us that a woman will most likely give us a lap dance, thanks to one Dutch fashion designer you may never again have to wonder if she’s into you --  this new dress becomes transparent when the wearer’s heart rate rises, making things rather...clear.

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Intoxicase Protects Your Phone Like a Bodyguard, Opens Your Beers Like a Servant and Counts Them Like a Nosy Girlfriend

Like a wingman cleverly disguised as an iPhone case, the Intoxicase always has your back. It will not only defend your phone from harm, it's also at the ready to pop open your beer (no more searching for openers or banging the bottle on the table), and will even tell you if you've had a few too many.

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Survey Reveals Americans Feel the Need to Take a Break from Facebook

Valentine's Day may be in the air, but it seems like there isn't a ton of love for Facebook

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Deep Space Industries Hopes to Mine Asteroids by 2015

It’s long been thought that asteroids are rich in minerals and could be a source for water, in the form of ice, and could be rich in metals. A company in California, Deep Space Industries, has plans to inspect small asteroids as they pass earth for potential mining projects.

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Privacy Concerns for Maine Lawmakers + Civil Libertarians

I love social media. But for all of us it should come with some questions and concerns about threats to our privacy. The American Civil Liberties Union of Maine is making privacy protection a priority and supporting a number of bills this year and Maine Lawmakers are listening.

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