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Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Cats actually do give a rattling about their caregivers, scientists say

Cats actually do give a rattling about their caregivers, scientists say

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Warm and fuzzy. Amanda Kooser/CNET Aloof. Self-centered. Antisocial. Cats might be warm and fuzzy, but they don't give everyone the warm fuzzies. A new study from Oregon State University in Corvallis is shaking up some of these kitty stereotypes. The research team used a "secure base test," a way of testing attachment by putting the…
It is actually challenging to see how WeWork will ever pay

It is actually challenging to see how WeWork will ever pay

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This is the chart that WeWork created to convince investors that it will be profitable in the future. It shows that in the early days of a lease, expenses will outrun revenues, leaving the lease running at a loss for several months. Only in the future, months after the location has been open, do the…
Does Anybody Actually Believe the Moon Landing Was Fabricated?

Does Anybody Actually Believe the Moon Landing Was Fabricated?

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Yes, this is an image of a real footprint on the lunar surface. Credit: NASA Bill Kaysing was a former US Navy officer who worked as a technical writer for one of the rocket manufacturers for NASA's Apollo moon missions. He claimed that he had inside knowledge of a government conspiracy to fake the moon…
Here’s What It Actually Indicates That Iran Enriched Uranium to 4.5%

Here’s What It Actually Indicates That Iran Enriched Uranium to 4.5%

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Iran claims it has enriched uranium to 4.5%, breaking the limit of 3.67% set during the 2015 nuclear deal. The move was a response to the U.S. violating the terms of the deal under President Donald Trump's administration. But what does the enrichment news mean? To a certain extent, this is a question with a…
Can Sleeping With The TELEVISION On Actually Cause Weight Gain?

Can Sleeping With The TELEVISION On Actually Cause Weight Gain?

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<div _ngcontent-c14="" innerhtml=" Do you regularly fall asleep with the television playing? Well, you may want to set...
What it’s truly like to climb up Everest, according to 10 individuals who have actually done it

What it’s truly like to climb up Everest, according to 10...

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Reaching the top of Mount Everest— the highest point on the planet at 29,028 feet — is a feat only about 5,000 people have accomplished. The trek to the summit takes months of physical preparation and weeks of acclimatization to get climbers used to the mountain's oxygen-starved altitudes. Last month, tragedy struck on the peak.…
Did the Maya Actually Compromise Their Ballgame Players?

Did the Maya Actually Compromise Their Ballgame Players?

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Imagine a crowd roaring as royalty take to the ball court, rubber ball in hand in a sport so spectacular, it symbolized good versus evil. The ballgame played by the Maya, Aztec and neighboring cultures is famous for its ubiquity in Mesoamerica before interloping Europeans shut it down. But many mysteries and misconceptions continue to…
10,000 Steps A Day? The Number Of You Truly Required To Increase Durability

10,000 Steps A Day? The Number Of You Truly Required To...

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New research show that daily light walking is important for maintaining health as you age. But if you can't hit 10,000 steps, don't worry. Peter Muller/Getty Images/Cultura RF hide caption toggle caption Peter Muller/Getty Images/Cultura RF New research show that daily light walking is important for maintaining health as you age. But if you can't…
Just How Much Rubbish Is REALLY On Everest? And What Are We Doing About It?

Just How Much Rubbish Is REALLY On Everest? And What Are...

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Camp 4 on the South Col, Mount Everest. Melanie Windridge There is a vast amount of mis-information and hyperbole around Everest. One of these is around waste on the mountain. During my ascent of Everest last year someone tweeted me something like "climbers literally have to walk over trash, dead bodies and human waste to…
Are Canines Truly Smiling at United States?

Are Canines Truly Smiling at United States?

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The dog's mouth opens wide, her lips pull up at the corners, and her tongue lolls out. Most would look at this face and see an unmistakable grin. But is that really what's going on here? Do dogs use this expression in the same way as people, to convey their joy, pleasure or contentedness? In…

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