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The Spread of Bacteria Linked to Basketballs and Volleyballs

Here’s something to think about the next time you go play a friendly game of pick-up basketball or play volleyball at a company picnic, the balls you’re playing with could be spreading germs. The same goes for organized play for all levels of competition.

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Getty Images, photo by Paul Johnson

August 6th is Root Beer Float Day

Tuesday, August 6th is National Root Beer Float Day, a day to celebrate the delicious combination of vanilla ice cream and root beer. The credit of the invention for the root beer float goes to Frank J. Wisner of Cripple Creek Colorado.

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Getty Images, photo by Spencer Platt

Could There Be a ‘Museum of Corruption’ Coming to Albany, New York?

Professor Bruce Roter, a composer, has a plan for a ‘Museum of Corruption, in Albany, New York, to show democracy’s more seedy side. To gain entry visitors would have to pay a ‘bribe’ instead of a ticket purchase as they browse the museum of violations to the public trust.

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Solar Flare, Near Miss of Earth

Two weeks ago, the Earth came close a catastrophe from a nuclear flare from the sun. Massive surges of energy or electromagnetic pulses, known as EMP’s, could have knocked out electrical equipment all over the planet.

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Getty Images, photo by John Moore

Idaho State University Wants to Use Drones to Locate Bigfoot

The hunt for Bigfoot has taken a turn toward the latest technology -  drones. At Idaho State University, Jeffery Meldrum believes drones will be the edge needed to locate the ever-elusive Sasquatch. The project is called “The Falcon Project’, it's a 45-foot drone equipped with cameras, in hope of solving the mystery of Bigfoot.

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Getty Images, photo by Scott Barbour

Chinese Scientists Grow Teeth From Human Urine

The first question you’re going to ask, ‘but, will they be yellow’? The answer is no! Here’s why you’ll ask that question. Scientists in China have grown teeth from stem cells taken from human urine. With many scientists around the world looking for ways to grow teeth to replace lost ones, Chinese scientists say it’s not a conventional source, but it seems to be working.

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Getty Images, photo by Stock Shop LLC

New Jar Has a Twist That Brings Contents to the Top

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They call it ‘peanut butter knuckle’, when you have to get the last bit of peanut butter from the bottom of the jar and you scrape your knuckles against the side and get the contents of the jar on your hand. There may be an end to all of that thanks to some smart thinkers at North Carolina State University.

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Getty Images, photo by Ethan Miller

Shania Twain Back In Las Vegas This Fall

Shania Twain will be back in Las Vegas this fall with her show, Shania: Still The One. This October, the superstar will be playing at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace with 22 performances scheduled.

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Getty Images, photo by Evening Standard

Woman in France Attacked by a Gang of Cats

A gang of feral cats, which are domestic cats that have returned to the wild, attacked a woman and her dog in Belfort in Eastern France. While walking in the woods, the cats attacked, knocking the woman to the ground and causing injuries, forcing her to go the hospital for medical attention.

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Getty Images, photo by Joe Raedle

Back to School Costs Going Up This Year

It looks like back to school costs are going to be higher this year. According to Huntington Bank’s ‘Back Pack Index’, parents can expect to pay 25 percent more this year than last. This is largest increase in the index’s six-year history.

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