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What’s the difference between US and UK English

Well, the differences are many. You could regards UK English as being a farmers language and US English as being from the city area. Both are neat, you understand both, but they are different like dialects. Check a list of words below posted by the 9GAG team on Facebook (9GAG):

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Fighting cancer with tumor ablation?

Thuderf00t’s father has terminal liver cancer and thus Thunderf00t looked into tumor ablation, which is cancer killing by freezing, heating or poisoning the cancer area. He tested an artificial sugar called laculose and saw that it is highly hydrophilic, meaning that it takes up water from the surroundings. Would laculose help killing off cancer if […]

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Petition SUBWAY to remove dihydrogen monoxide from its products #h2okills

The guys at IFL Science have informed us that SUBWAY is using dihydrogen monoxide in their products. Dihydrogen monoxide is used as industrial solvent and coolant and also used in production of yoga mats. Call Food Babe and petition SUBWAY to remove dihydrogen monoxide from their products.

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How Digital Light Processing (DLP) works

Ben Krasnow, from Applied Science, explains how a projector works. He is one of the most skilled guys I’ve seen on Youtube. If he does not have a tool or device, he builds it and then moves on. Digital Light Processing (DLP) works by using a ton of microlenses that reflects the light corresponding to […]

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A short history of robots

Hank Green, from SciShow, presents a short history of robots, from the industrial robots to the humanoid robots we have today. DARPA is hosting a robot contest in this summer and humanoid robots will fight each other to win the trophy the best human robots ever. Also, see some humanoid robots running:

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Kitten news: don’t dye your kitten and listen to these kitten songs

Really, don’t dye your kitten in any color. Let the kitten be. Some stupid a.. hole form US dyes her kitten in pink. The kitten died. Stupid. On the better news side, we learn from Science Alert that the researchers have created music to your cats linking. Here is how it sounds: Spook’s Ditty Cosmo’s […]

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Science and technology helping medicine

Medicine has come a long way since the ages of homeopathy, guesses and whatnot. Right now we have a ton of science behind medicine and technology is creating a better world for us and for the doctors. In the future the doctors will be able to see the heart in 3D right there, in the […]

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Zombies in real life? Yup, nature has that

Jow Hanson tells us about some parasites and animals that infect animals and change their behavior. In some situations the parasites determine the infected animals to behave in a suicidal way, like mice that become attracted to cats because of the Toxoplasma gondii parasite or like. Or crickets jump into water and die because the […]

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If you were to move at light speed, would you see the lights from your headlight?

Vsauce ventured into giving us a proper reply to this question. No, you won’t see any light because you would not experience time or space for that matter. Given the fact that the special relativity has some math formulas, we can conclude that at light speed c the space is infinitely contracted and the time […]

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Greenwich has driverless cars who do very well. Thank you!

Tom Scott filmed from a driverless car in England, in Greenwich. Right now it moves rather slowly and has a ton of stickers on it to let you know that there is no driver in there. But, there is always a but, in the future you will see a ton of such cars everywhere. As […]

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