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The Great 2014 Beer Census Needs Me Now

Oct 25, 14 The Great 2014 Beer Census Needs Me Now

Posted by in An English Angle, Science, Technology

I never thought it would come to this, but right now I feel like packing up, abandoning my home country England, and following the millions of hopefuls who have made their way to America to live their dream. I am talking about working for a company called Next Glass that is currently touring America leaving no booze unturned in their admirable quest to buy up every bottle of beer and wine they can find.

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Weather Channel Co-Founder: ‘There Is No Climate Crisis’

Oct 25, 14 Weather Channel Co-Founder: ‘There Is No Climate Crisis’

Posted by in Science, WTF???

A leading meteorologist who co-founded the Weather Channel has issued an open letter slamming global warming science and arguing that man-made climate change is a myth created to push a political agenda.

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It’s Almost Halloween, Time For Sweet Treats

It’s that time of year again: the days are growing shorter, the nights longer, the weather is getting cooler, the leaves are changing color, and best of all, it’s getting close to Halloween. Halloween is one of the greatest of all holidays — in my opinion — as it is a wonderful time in which people can go out and...

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Newly Discovered WWII Shipwrecks Illustrate The Battle Of The Atlantic Off North Carolina

Oct 24, 14 Newly Discovered WWII Shipwrecks Illustrate The Battle Of The Atlantic Off North Carolina

Posted by in Juxtaposed In Japan, Science

Two World War II shipwrecks from opposing sides in the war have been found 30 miles off the coast of North Carolina, adding significant detail to an important part of the war’s history and reminding Americans just how close the Battle of the Atlantic came to US shores.

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Medical Clowns And Doctors Of Joy

Oct 23, 14 Medical Clowns And Doctors Of Joy

Posted by in An English Angle, Health

Looking to expand your educational horizons with a qualification in something completely different? Do you want to combine serious studies with a lot of officially sanctioned fooling around, help people along the way, and have a lot of laughs at the same time? Why not try “medical clowning?” Israel’s University of Haifa even offers a degree course in this most unlikely of subjects.

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The Not-So-High Life: 38,000 Beers Stolen From Truck

Oct 23, 14 The Not-So-High Life: 38,000 Beers Stolen From Truck

Posted by in WTF???

Precious cargo was aboard a big-rig truck stolen from a rest stop in Florida: roughly 44,000 pounds of Miller High Life—equaling about 9,700 four-packs of the “Champagne of Bottled Beers.” The High Life–toting trucker, Van Thomas, tearfully recounted what happened to Orlando’s WFTV.

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Take A Look At “Your Life On Earth”

A new BBC tool can help us to look at the changing face of the dynamic natural world, using our own life as context. The videos, images and beautifully presented data help us to understand how, since we were born, humans have changed, the Earth has changed, and how humans have changed the Earth.

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How To Get Resveratrol Without Taking A (Ridiculous) Red Wine Bath

Oct 22, 14 How To Get Resveratrol Without Taking A (Ridiculous) Red Wine Bath

Posted by in Health, WTF???

Drinking a glass of red wine makes us feel healthy and divine, but the rich and famous have decided to reap the benefits of this alcoholic beverage in an unusual way — bathing in it. Celebrities have turned to vinotherapy to immerse not just their mouth, but their bodies in the crimson wave of liquor to boost circulation of red blood cells and mask free radicals with the compound resveratrol.

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Get Smarter With The NEO Neurophone

Have you ever wanted to be smarter? To have an easier time absorbing and retaining information? Of course. We all have at some point. Unfortunately, the mind can be a lot trickier to exercise than the body. If only there were a device that could help us along, something that could boost our IQ and improve our overall state of mind. There is.

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WHO’s 12-Point Guide To Reducing Your Cancer Risk

Oct 20, 14 WHO’s 12-Point Guide To Reducing Your Cancer Risk

Posted by in An English Angle, Health

Last week saw the publication of the latest European Code Against Cancer (ECAC), listing 12 ways to boost healthier lifestyles and reduce cancer risk. After two years of work involving scientists and cancer specialists throughout Europe, this report incorporates the latest in cancer research and the best scientific research available. Here at redOrbit, we believe that this guidance is too important to be buried in yesterday’s news and we will be running an in-depth series on the main findings and recommendations of the IARC report.

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