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  • Japan Boosts Efforts For “Skydrive” Flying Car Project Launch at Tokyo 2020 Olympics

    Sep 21, 2018, 12:17 pm By R. Antonio
    Barely a year from the Tokyo Olympic Games in 2020, Japan is (almost) all completely geared up. And it promises the world “plenty of innovation” with state-of-the-art venue, equipment, and more for the 339 events in 33 sports. But Japan showcasing its tech…
  • Coke and Cannabis: Can’t Beat the Feeling?

    Sep 20, 2018, 11:16 pm By R. Antonio
    You read that right. A Cannabis-infused Coke—a marijuana-mixed version of the famous Coca Cola drink—might be upon us. That is, if Coca-Cola Co. moves forward with the groundbreaking plan after reportedly being in “serious talks” with Aurora Cannabis…
  • “Fake and Dramatic” Reporting on Hurricane Florence Takes Internet by Storm

    Sep 19, 2018, 3:29 pm By R. Antonio
    It’s official: the weather isn’t always as bad as it looks on TV. The Internet had a field day over the video clip showing The Weather Channel meteorologist Mike Seidel bracing against the furious wind while reporting on Hurricane Florence in Wilmington,…
  • A Closer Look: Sycamore Valley Ranch, Formerly Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch, Still Seeks Buyer

    Sep 18, 2018, 9:51 pm By R. Antonio
    Got $67 million to spare? Nearly a decade after Michael Jackson’s death, his world-famous Neverland Ranch in Santa Barbara County, California, is still looking for a buyer. It’s been on the market for three years. The King of Pop bought the estate in 1987…
  • Top 10 Sports Movies

    Sep 18, 2018, 4:30 am By Anne Velusa
    Sports fan or not, there are some sports movies that are just iconic whether that is because they’re funny, heartwarming, or based on a riveting true story. In this list, we’re going to talk about ten of the most iconic sports movies of all time, ranging…
  • The Snoratorium Can Save Your Sanity…And Marriage

    2:24pm By R. Antonio
    Do you often find yourself lying awake at night and staring at the ceiling when all you want is a restful sleep? We’re guessing you are a sleep-deprived worrywart who overthinks everything. Perhaps you can’t keep your eyes off your mobile phone and suffer…
  • NASA Launches Laser-Equipped Satellite to Monitor Ice Decline (And Yes, Prove Climate Change)

    Sep 12, 2018, 7:49 pm By R. Antonio
    Amidst heated debates on a climate phenomenon that the Trump administration reduces to a mere conspiracy, NASA has taken a massive technological leap that is aimed at unraveling proofs of what environmentalists have been warning the world about: the reality of…
  • 10 Times Reality Was a Black Mirror Episode

    Aug 21, 2018, 3:12 am By Beth Sloan
    There is just something about a show that can speak to your deepest insecurities and play on your biggest fears using something that is so deeply intertwined with everyday life that it feels inescapable. That is what Black Mirror does; through every episode,…
  • 10 Craziest Diets Endorsed By Celebs

    Jul 20, 2018, 2:11 am By Beth Sloan
    Celebrities tend to live in a completely different world than the rest of us and that, of course, extends to the food that they eat. Sometimes celebs have done some crazy things in order to slim down for a particular role, some of them just have strange eating…
  • 10 Ways Humans Used to Live That Seem Bizarre Today

    Jun 18, 2018, 7:19 am By Jenny Taylor
    There are so many things that people take for granted every single day. Things that seem like they are just part of life to us now were luxuries to our ancestors, some of them may have even seemed impossible. The ways that people used to live even decades ago…
  • The Most Controversial Video Games of All Time

    Jun 6, 2018, 11:33 am By Melissa Stenson
    The video game has moved from humble origins to being one of the pop culture staples. Games like Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto series can clear more than $1 billion for their creators. GTA V has raised nearly $800 million in 2 years and that’s just on the…
  • 10 of Stephen Hawking’s Incredible Achievements

    May 18, 2018, 2:54 am By Anne Velusa
    Stephen William Hawking was an English theoretical physicist, cosmologist, and author that made great strides in the world of science despite the challenges that he faced. He was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s disease when he was 21 years old, and it slowly…
  • Ten Times You Were Glad This Wasn’t Your Mom

    May 1, 2018, 2:39 am By Anne Velusa
    Moms are literally the reason why we’re all here, and for many of us, they’re also the reason we even managed to make it to adulthood. Not to mention the source of much embarrassment throughout our youth. Whether you grew up with your birth mother or…
  • 50 Life Hacks You Can Use to Improve Your Mood & Happiness

    Apr 15, 2018, 9:59 pm By Anne Velusa
    Hitting a slump is something that almost everyone goes through at some point and it can be caused by a myriad of things. Maybe it is poor diet, maybe your environment isn’t conducive to positivity, maybe your friends are bringing you down, or you’re just…
  • 10 Hacks To Build Self Confidence

    Apr 15, 2018, 9:46 pm By Anne Velusa
    Self confidence is a skill. When you don’t have it, it is easy to feel like you never will. Not only that, but it is extremely isolating and limits almost every area of your life because you’re afraid to put yourself out there, you’re afraid to do what…
  • 10 Weird City Names and Their Origins

    Apr 5, 2018, 9:32 pm By Anne Velusa
    When you grow up somewhere, you kind of become numb to all of the weird things that go on there, it’s natural. Bagged milk sounds weird to Americans, but it is perfectly normal in Canada. The same goes for the names of places around where you live (Looking…
  • Top 10 Ultimate 90’s Products

    Mar 14, 2018, 6:22 am By Anne Velusa
    The 90’s has become a decade of nostalgia. Perhaps it is because children of the 90’s were the last generation that remembers playing outside on a regular basis but was the first generation to experience the vast expansion of technology as it was…
  • 10 Most Lavish Pet Products

    Mar 12, 2018, 12:49 am By Beth Sloan
    Furry friends, fur babies, doggos, whatever you call them, there are some people in this world that go above and beyond in the most ridiculous of ways when taking care of them. Pets definitely deserve love, and they deserve comfortable beds, but there are some…
  • 10 Incredible Things Your Mind Can Do

    Feb 19, 2018, 2:31 pm By Jenni Allen
    Brains are incredible; they are complex and can even be terrifying at times when you consider just what they are capable of. Humans rarely ever use all of their brain power, and in some circumstances, our brains can be pushed into overdrive, and that’s when…
  • Origins of 10 Popular and Played Out Slang Terms

    Feb 14, 2018, 1:22 am By Beth Sloan
    Slang is something that is constantly changing and evolving, and even the word itself is one with a mysterious origin. Slang differs all over the world, even in different regions in the same country, and different age groups use different slang terms. In this…

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