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Well: Childhood Cancer Tied to Heart Risks 19 November 2013, 02.20 Medical
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Alzheimer's risk: Do you want to know? 10 November 2013, 00.34 Medical
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US fund to take 24% in Medanta for Rs 950 crore 02 November 2013, 22.56 Medical
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Secrets of Happy Workers 02 November 2013, 22.56 Medical
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UK first in heart failure operation 22 October 2013, 15.32 Medical
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If America is the most codependent culture on the planet, what is the turn-around?

BY DAVID RICKEY — Marriages, mortgages, and just-missed connections. In the annals of clinical psychology, the term “Co-Dependence” describes a relationship between 2 people where the well-being of one is perceived as dependent on the well-being of the other.

In other words: “I can’t be happy unless you are happy.” The subconscious subtext: “Your happiness ought to be secondary to my happiness.”

America’s narrative about itself reflects individualism, autonomy — and what Mel Gibson in the movie, Braveheart — and Ronald Reagan in office called, “freedom.”

The young Americans who occupy the Occupy movement say that they are neither politically nor economically free. And psychologists and spiritual teachers say that we are even less so, spiritually-speaking.

In fact, we are among the most codependent people on earth  both collectively and individually.

We can’t live without our music, movies, mobile devices, lovers, addictions  . . .

And as a group, we sure as hell can’t live like this without China  that is, the cheap goods in Walmart and Walgreens, or the daily $2 billion in cash that Chinese entrepreneurs and officials transfer here each day to finance our debts.

Are we individualists, or simply self-interested?

“Individualism” is actually self-gratification: “My happiness is all that matters, and others exist merely to insure and support my well-being.”

Look at individuals like Lehman’s Dick Fuld and AIG’s perfect tiny prick and “W” fundraiser, Hank Greenburg. People who propelled the 2008 financial crisis were primarily focused on their own profit in complete disregard of the effect of their intent on others — or what Greg Mankiw, Harvard professor and W’s ex-economic guru dubbed, an externality.

Micro-finance pioneer, on the other hand, Mohammad Yunus created a model called ”social business” that commits itself to positive externalities. Yunus argues that successful enterprises aren’t driven by generating a profit but by generating a social good or an improvement in psychic well-being. His modest proposal: end poverty globally.

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Decoding Codependency

The spiritual analog is that we are not really discreet, separate individuals. We are an organism that participate in a common fabric of being that we call consciousness.

The evolution of Consciousness has created human beings who are capable of self-reflection. This has given rise to an illusion of separateness, when its purpose was to evolve the ability to choose beyond instinctual responses. We now have the task of consciously recognizing our co-dependence on each other and on our environment so that we can make wiser choices that benefit the whole organism.

Michael Douglas says Gordon Gekko was wrong: Greed is not Good

The Karmic feedback we are now experiencing is “merely” the teaching we need to recognize the deeper truth of our co-dependence.

It is now painfully clear that no one’s actions are independent of others. Greed, Hoarding, exploitation of the surroundings, including other people, are instinctual needs, governed by “The survival of the fittest”.

When anyone seeks to meet only their own instinctual needs the consequence is that others invariably suffer. However the lesson we are being forced to learn is this: “My more spiritual needs can only be met when I focus my concern on the needs of others.”

David Rickey is an Episcopal priest and psychotherapist. His columns share real-life advice about relationships, personal purpose, and a deep-reading of prophets and contemporary seers. Follow David on Twitter.

 * Editor’s note:  We owe attribution to former U.S. president Richard Nixon (January, 1969 -- August, 1974) for the phrase in the headline. In 1971 he confessed, “I am now a Keynesian,” after his administration abandoned the gold standard. Variations of Nixon’s quote are cited today by conservatives like 2012 presidential candidate Ron Paul as an example of how Republicans have compromised economic policy and principles.

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Complex Residence Encouraging Family Interaction: Casa 31_4 Room House
A fruitful collaboration between Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects and Caroline Di Costa led to the development of Casa 31_4 Room House, a complex residential project. According to the description provided by the architects,
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Constantly Satisfying a Cat’s Curiosity: CATable by Ruan Hao
The charming CATable was created by Ruan Hao from LYCS, an architecture firm based in Hangzhou and Hong Kong. Especially designed for cats to explore and sleep in, the project follows a worldwide trend: that of sharing your
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Striking Chicago Loft Artistically Displaying the Owner’s Guitar Collection
This striking Chicago loft is located in a famous building that once housed the National Biscuit Company in the West Loop neighborhood, now known as “Nabisco” . The impressive multi-unit crib is located on the upper floor
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Could Chocolate Help Prevent Diabetes and Obesity?
By Dr. Mercola Snacking on chocolate may be one delectable way to boost your health, provided you choose the right type of chocolate, that is. Certain types of chocolate, as well as cocoa powder and cacao, rank right
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Black Garlic and Sprouted Garlic Have Enhanced Health Benefits
By Dr. Mercola Of all the foods Mother Nature provides, few foods offer more of a “botanical bonanza” for your health than garlic. Garlic is a bulbous root closely related to the onion, mentioned in historical documents
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Why and How to Say No to an Unnecessary Root Canal Procedure
PLEASE NOTE   This is the first of a two part series.  Part two with comprehensive and specific options on what to do if you already have a root canal will be posted soon. These two articles are our effort to help
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Sharing is caring: Watch a horse feed a friend
Mon, Apr 21, 2014 at 12:24 PM Conneo and Cornyflake are best friends. How do we know? Because only best friends would share like this! Related on MNN: 10 things you didn't know about Przewalski's horses, the last
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Venomous hobo spider may not be so toxic after all
Researchers believe that spiders get a bad rap from people who assume that a spider bite is the source of many ills when new studies have shown that such attitudes are incorrect. Whether the bites of the hobo spider are toxic
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DARPA developing foldable space telescope 20 April 2014, 19.43 Living
DARPA developing foldable space telescope
In addition to being lighter than other space telescopes, the MOIRE telescope will diffract light instead of reflecting or refracting it. The Membrane Optical Imager for Real-Time Exploitation (MOIRE) is in Phase 2 of ground
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Want to help owl researchers? Watch these webcams
People across the world can watch nesting great horned owls and long-eared owls in Montana and even snap photos of the birds to aid scientists. Mon, Apr 21, 2014 at 01:28 PM Watch the great horned owl webcam
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5 signs that China can't grow unless it tackles smog
Skeptics question whether China can grow its economy and fight emissions. The truth is, the country has no choice. Photo: mckaysavage/flickr When Chinese Premier Li Kequiang declared "war on pollution" recently, skeptics
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Stunning new orchid species discovered 20 April 2014, 19.43 Living
Stunning new orchid species discovered
Discovering new orchid species is a rare thing as the flowers tend to grow in either inaccessible places or in regions where their habitats are being rapidly destroyed. Photo: Katia Silvera/UC Riverside A gorgeous species of
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The Aspartame End Game... And What’s Next 18 April 2014, 23.17 Health
The Aspartame End Game... And What’s Next
By Dr. Mercola For the last 17 years, I've warned that artificial sweeteners can wreck your health. Aspartame is among the worst of the bunch, and in general, people who consume aspartame tend to be in poorer health.
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Evidence Is Mounting That Standard Nutritional Guidelines for Heart Health Are Wrong
By Dr. Mercola Another nail has been driven into the coffin of the low-fat diet. Three articles have recently appeared in prominent medical journals elucidating the fallacy of the saturated fat myth. For nearly
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Psychoneuroimmunology—How Inflammation Affects Your Mental Health
By Dr. Kelly Brogan Psychoneuroimmunology. This is what I aim to practice. Medical terms of this length command our respect for the interconnectedness of different subspecialties, for the futile segmentation and
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The Aftermath of Daylight Saving Time 18 April 2014, 23.17 Health
The Aftermath of Daylight Saving Time
By Dr. Mercola Daylight Saving Time (DST), the practice of moving clocks ahead one hour in the summer months and returning them back an hour in the winter, was first implemented by Germany during World War I, as a way
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Juicing: How Healthy Is It? 18 April 2014, 23.17 Health
Juicing: How Healthy Is It?
By Dr. Mercola If you ever feel like it’s difficult to eat enough veggies, making a small investment in a high-quality juicer is one of the best steps you can take for your health. Raw juice can be likened to a "living
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New Documentary “Ingredients” Looks at the Local Food Movement
By Dr. Mercola The American food system is nearing a state of crisis. Ingredients is a documentary that explores the failings of the industrial food model, and how the local food movement is gaining momentum as a far better
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LIGO lasers could help reveal aftermath of black hole crashes
Analyzing the gravitational waves from cosmic collisions could help scientists better understand black holes themselves. A still frame from a computer animation shows two binary neutron stars coalescing into a black hole. Taken
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Vision of a Dream Home: Xalima Island House by Martin Ferrero Architecture
Everyone has an idea of how their perfect house would one day look like. Daniel Martin Ferrero, principal of Martin Ferrero Architecture took his vision to another level and planned Xalima Island House, as “as a poem to the
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Sturdy Coat Hook With a Distinctive Industrial Look: Battleship
Battleship is a sturdy coat hook with a distinctive industrial appearance. Developed by English designer David Cathro of aCathroDESIGN, this modern and sleek functional piece is made from laser cut steel with a high quality
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How Can Design Describe the Personality of the Owner
There are hundreds if not thousands of parameters shaping our design, parameters that from the first glance can describe the personality of the owner inhabiting the design line.  Our existence gravitates around an unique
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Glass Box in the Sky: French Riviera’s CView Modern Villa
Located in one of the most beautiful places on Earth, the French Riviera, CView Villa is an impressive multi-level modern residence symbolically dubbed the glass box in the sky. Welcoming and inviting, the high sophisticated
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Charming Small Home on Wheels Priced $33,000 [Video]
It is encouraging to see more and more creative small home designs, full proof that future home owners can dream despite financial borders. Andrew and Gabriella Morrison recently completed the hOMe project, an impressive
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The clean energy transition is unstoppable, so why fight it?
When I wrote my Feb. 28 post on the energy transition tipping point, it seemed a bold call to make because I hadn't heard anyone else say that the transition away from fossil fuels and toward renewables had become
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We have the ability to 'de-extinct' animals. Should we?
The pyrenean ibex, a type of mountain goat also called a bucardo, went extinct in 2000. But for the first time in history, the species’ tale didn’t end there. A couple years later, 57 mountain goats were implanted with
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The cybercafé is dead. Long live the 3D printing café?
BUENOS AIRES -- It’s 5pm in Buenos Aires and Ezequiel Mendoza, an industrial designer, is fabricating a prototype for a wearable GPS tracking device. For cows. But that’s not the weird part. The weird part is that he’s
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Is tribo-electric the new clean energy solution?
From eco-dancefloors to ocean waves: Wherever there is movement, there is energy. From energy-generating nightclubs to a T-shirt that charges your phone, there are many intriguing concepts for harnessing everyday movement, and
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Astronauts to grow lettuce in space with NASA 'Veggie' farm
The mini-farm isn't just for tasty food — the Veg-01 experiment will test how well lettuce and other large plants grow in orbit. By: Elizabeth Howell, SPACE.com Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 09:00 AM A 28-day-old
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What to expect from the first lunar eclipse of 2014
The moon will go through 12 phases of an eclipse in a span of 3.5 hours, so have some coffee next to your telescope. No enthusiastic skywatcher misses a total eclipse of the moon, and if weather permits tonight, neither should
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SpaceX to attempt daring rocket test during launch today
The four-legged rocket recovery test is another step in SpaceX's plan to develop reusable rockets for space travel. A close-up look at the landing legs on a private SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launching from Cape Canaveral Air Force
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Arctic's ozone hole is looking good 14 April 2014, 20.39 Living
Arctic's ozone hole is looking good
Along with a reduction in chemicals that destroy the ozone, the Arctic's unique environment aided in its recovery. Arctic ozone levels in April 2014. The yellows and reds show where there is more ozone. (Image: NASA) With a
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Some monkeys are very monogamous 14 April 2014, 20.39 Living
Some monkeys are very monogamous
True genetic monogamy is in fact extremely rare, even among the most faithful of animals, but a few species can manage it. Photo: C. Valeggia/Owl Monkey Project, Formosa-Argentina Unlike many humans, some monkeys are
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Wi-Fi Amazon Dash Device: The Future of Home Shopping?
Under the slogan “Shopping Made Simple”, Amazon launches Amazon Dash, a small hi-tech wand that aims to make shopping more convenient. The new product is about the size of a remote control, and it features both a
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Modern and Fresh Furniture Piece by Gregoire de Lafforest
Designed to store all sorts of objects, Balka Console is a sleek and modern furniture piece that adds a sense of colour and freshness to any home entryway. With a peculiar design, a top made of oak and a crazy yellow bag
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30 Modern Bathroom Design Ideas For Your Private Heaven
Bathrooms are spaces that we use everyday, so their importance is far greater than we give it credit for. From bright and cheery to sophisticated and imposing, modern bathrooms have long gone beyond the limit of space.
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Eco-Tourism Merged With Sustainable Design: DROP XL by In-tenta [Video]
The DROP XL modules by Barcelona-based design studio In-tenta are part of the large emerging trend in the field of modular micro-architecture, suitable for being placed wherever the heart desires and the land permits. The aim
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Creative Approach to Modern Family Retreat in Mexico: Fatima House
Fatima House by Jorge Hernández de la Garza  is a modern family retreat located in Del Valle, one of the most traditional neighborhoods in Mexico City. The project started by studying the site conditions and designing a
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Medical Marijuana Advocates Bash Dayton, Urge Him to Pass Law
By Dr. Mercola Medical marijuana, or cannabis, is legal in 20 US states, where it is used for a variety of medical conditions such as mood disorders, pain disorders, multiple sclerosis, and even cancer. Medical
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Toxic Combo of Roundup and Fertilizers Blamed for Tens of Thousands of Deaths
By Dr. Mercola The public's appreciation of the toxicity of glyphosate—the active ingredient in Monsanto's broad-spectrum herbicide Roundup—is still limited, despite highly damning research being published. The fact
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One in 25 Patients End Up with Hospital-Acquired Infections, CDC Warns
By Dr. Mercola According to the 2011 Health Grades Hospital Quality in America Study,1 the incidence of medical harm occurring in the United States is estimated to be over 40,000 harmful and/or lethal errors each and every
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Low Libido? 11 Drugs That Affect Your Sex Drive
By Dr. Mercola It’s estimated that 30-40 percent of people around the globe experience a lack of interest in sex for at least several months in any given year.1 The reasons for low libido are complex and run the gamut
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America's Workers: Stressed Out, Overwhelmed, Totally Exhausted
By Dr. Mercola The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that stress costs American businesses $300 billion a year; and a Workplace Survey done by the American Psychological Association reported that many Americans
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Improving Your Sleep May Be Key for Preventing and Treating Metabolic Disorders
By Dr. Mercola A majority of Americans are not getting enough sleep, and modern technology is in large part to blame. According to the 2014 Sleep in America Poll,1 53 percent of respondents who turn electronics off while
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What's New and Beneficial About Onions 14 April 2014, 20.38 Health
What's New and Beneficial About Onions
By Dr. Mercola If you’ve been eating an apple a day to keep the doctor away, you would be wise to add an onion a day to that regimen. This humble vegetable is a member of the Allium genus, making it closely related to
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Shocking Truth: Obesity Now Threatens to Overtake Hunger as Global Health Concern Number One
By Dr. Mercola In 1950, the number of starving individuals on Earth was estimated to be around 700 million. At the time, obesity affected approximately 100 million people around the globe, primarily in rich countries. These
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The Importance of Vitamin D for Normalizing Your Cholesterol Levels
By Dr. Mercola The video above is a nice confirmation from the traditional media of the importance of vitamin D. However, they still get it wrong by stating that you can get the vitamin D you need from foods. Appropriate
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New Studies Show Optimizing Vitamin D Levels May Double Chances of Surviving Breast Cancer, Lower LDL Cholesterol, and Helps Prevent Autism
By Dr. Mercola For many of you, the hint of spring is on the horizon and the opportunity to finally expose your skin to healthy doses of sunshine is very close. Remember that this is a far better choice than using oral
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Gut-Wrenching New Studies Reveal the Insidious Effects of Glyphosate
By Dr. Mercola Increasing exposure to glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide, may be at least partially to blame for rising rates of numerous chronic diseases in Westernized societies,
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Eating More Fruits and Vegetables Can Cut Your Risk of Dying in Half
By Dr. Mercola Despite the fact that vegetables have been proven to help lower your risk of chronic disease and support longevity, most Americans are not eating nearly enough of these natural, relatively inexpensive
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Will the FDA Adjust Recommendations For Pregnant Women Dangerously High?
By Dr. Mercola Fish has always been the best source for the animal-based omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. However, as the understanding of mercury's toxic effects has grown, it has become even more critical to
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Apple buys hydroelectric power project in United States
   Water from the Deschutes River will feed the project.   Apple is well-known for its plans to harness renewable energy sources and the acquisition of a hydroelectric power project in Central Oregon brings these plans
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Why is today's SpaceX mission so important? Reusable rockets
   UPDATE: About an hour before the scheduled launch, the launch was postponed due to a helium leak. Here's what SpaceX had to say: "Today’s launch has been scrubbed due to a Helium leak on Falcon 9’s first stage. A fix
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In Japan, 3D printers create artificial bones 14 April 2014, 20.37 Living
In Japan, 3D printers create artificial bones
 Japanese researchers have requested regulatory approval for a special 3D printer which only prints artificial bones. Japan's New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO), Tokyo University's RIKEN and
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Exuding a Playful Modern Character: Pi Chair by Christoph Steiger
Swiss designer Christoph Steiger envisioned the Pi chair during his studies at Bergen Academy of Art and Design. The unconventional dining chair stands out due to its elegant curves. The fusion between its back support and
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Reinventing Traditional Log Architecture: Arborwall Solid Cedar Homes
Arborwall combines traditional solid log construction with state-of-the-art precision manufacturing methods to produce homes that are solid, sustainable and exceptionally energy efficient. These homes retain all of the
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A Home to Dream of: Villa Chameleon in the Exotic Country of Spain
If you’re looking to purchase a home to dream of, with astounding sea views in an exquisite location, villa Chameleon might just be it. The property is currently for sale and you can check every house-related detail
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Recycled Paper Replicas of Iconic Warsaw Buildings by Zupagrafika
Blok Wschodni /Eastern Block is a collection of paper cut-out models representing various modernist buildings in Warsaw, Poland. The series has been created by Hispano-Polish graphic design studio Zupagrafika and is made up
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Google is the latest tech company to buy into drones
Google has purchased Titan Aerospace–the same solar-powered drone company Facebook was reportedly in talks to buy–for an undisclosed amount.  Project Loon was launched in June 2013 with an experimental pilot in New
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If 40% of us think we're in the top 5%, what do the actual top 5% think?
  A common misquote. What Thoreau really said in Walden is more nuanced: "“I learned this, at least, by my experiment; that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he
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Personal data theft skyrockets in past year 14 April 2014, 19.00 Living
Personal data theft skyrockets in past year
 As data breaches, cybercrime and hacking rates rise, it is no surprise that reports of personal data theft are also climbing. On Monday, the Pew Research Center released a new survey which states that 18 percent of U.S.
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500-million-year-old embryos hint at animal discovery
Researchers had to carefully remove the tiny spherical fossils, and then they had to use X-rays and thinly sliced samples for closer analysis. By: Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience Tue, Apr 15, 2014 at 10:57 AM A
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LIGO lasers could help reveal aftermath of black hole crashes
Analyzing the gravitational waves from cosmic collisions could help scientists better understand black holes themselves. A still frame from a computer animation shows two binary neutron stars coalescing into a black hole. Taken
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SpaceX delays cargo ship launch due to helium leak
The scrubbed mission follows two earlier delays that have already pushed the next Dragon launch by more than a month. SpaceX's fourth space station-bound Dragon uncrewed capsule is seen poised atop the company's Falcon 9 rocket
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Blood moon shines during total lunar eclipse in stunning photos
See the lunar eclipse up close with these amazing images. Photo: Brett Bonine The moon took on an eerie blood-red hue early Tuesday during the first total lunar eclipse of 2014, a celestial sight that wowed potentially
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Mysterious ancient Moroccan rock pile explained
Scientists managed to create a timeline of events by looking for the isotope beryllium-10 in the rock pile to gain insight into the 4,500-year-old geographical enigma. The village of Arroumd in the High Atlas, Morocco, is
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