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    If The World Leaders Were Hipsters

    Through the eyes of  Isreali  illustrator Amit Shimoni, we are able to see iconic leaders of our times as modern-day hipsters. “I often find myself thinking about the differences between these world’s greatest leaders, their beliefs and motivations, and our self-centered generation,” says Shimoni. “The ‘Y’ generation is constantly looking at fashion and style as […]

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    Here’s why flights take longer than they did 50 years ago

    Let’s look at it this way, you a passenger, what would you prefer flying New York to Paris for 7 hours and paying approximately $1,500 or flying the same route for 2 hours and paying $15,000? In general people would rather prefer flying for 5 hours more rather than shelling out an extra $13,500. But […]

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    Eat 6 Roasted Garlic Cloves And See What HAPPENS To Your Body

    Garlic – it’s one of the healthiest foods on the planet! Yes, and we all know that many people around the world use raw garlic as a traditional remedy to control high blood pressure, low blood pressure, high cholesterol, inherited high cholesterol, coronary heart disease, heart attack, reduced blood flow due to narrowed arteries, and atherosclerosis. It’s […]

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    Small talk should be banned – here’s why

    Small talk prevails because of the need to find a socially acceptable topic. But when it’s removed, it changes the game What is your relationship with God? What is something you fear in life? These may be great topics for conversations, but we rarely tackle such meaty topics at social gatherings. Instead, our discussions usually […]

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    Why you may not recognize Clark Kent as Superman

    When he’s not being confused with a bird or a plane, Clark Kent works as a journalist with somewhat clumsy tendencies to throw off others from knowing his true identity as Superman. He may not always be able to keep people from figuring out that he’s the Man of Steel, but usually that one pair […]

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    Why Don’t Plants Get Sunburn?

    The one fact about plants that most people probably remember from school is that they use sunlight to make their own food. That process, photosynthesis, means that plants are dependent on sunlight. But as anyone who’s forgotten to put suncream on during their day at the beach knows, the sun can also be damaging. So […]

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    Why Isn’t Our Hair Naturally Blue?

    Human hair comes in a variety of colors; including brown, blonde, and black. Why doesn’t it grow blue or green? Which came first: color, or the ability to see them? Eyes evolved on Earth around 600 million years ago. Before that, things may have been a bit less colorful. Different colors in animals come from a […]

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    The First Thing You Should Do When You Wake Up

    Mornings are rough, but Harvard psychologist Amy Cuddy says they can be better if you stay mindful of one behavior. Before you even put one foot on the floor, stretch your body as wide as possible.  Cuddy is the author of “Presence: Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges,“a book on the subtle yet […]

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    Confirmed: The Human Eye Emits Light (Biophotons)

    “The light of the body is the eye: if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light.” ~ Matthew (ch. VI, v. 22) By Sayer Ji – Look deeply into the human eye, and you are bound to get lost in its abysmal beauty. Much like mirrors facing one another […]

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    Private company gets government approval to fly to the moon

    An artistic rendering of the MX-1 lander on the surface of the Moon. (Moon Express) A Cape Canaveral, Florida-based company has won U.S. government approval to send a robotic lander to the moon on a two-week mission in 2017, company representatives announced on Wednesday. It’s time to meet the new boys on the block, an […]