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The incredible deep-sea glow worm called the ‘Unicorn of the Sea’ that can grow up to 100ft

The incredible deep-sea glow worm called the ‘Unicorn of the Sea’ that can grow up to 100ft

By Victoria Woollaston Divers in Australia have captured rare images of the Pyrostremma spinosum, or pyrosome, sea creature off the
Woman’s drowning at Grand Canyon remains mystery

Woman’s drowning at Grand Canyon remains mystery

A Colorado woman who drowned at the Grand Canyon recognized the risk in mixing alcohol and rafting. Kaitlin Kenney wrote
Click to kick trolls out: New anti-abuse button introduced on Twitter

Click to kick trolls out: New anti-abuse button introduced on Twitter

Twitter has announced new rules, including an in-tweet button to report abuse instantly, following massive troll attacks targeting female British
Over half Russians approve of Snowden’s activities – poll

Over half Russians approve of Snowden’s activities – poll

Russians support the whistleblower’s actions and their country’s decision to grant him temporary asylum, but their attitude to the United
Fukushima shaken by 6.0 magnitude quake

Fukushima shaken by 6.0 magnitude quake

A strong undersea earthquake has hit the same northeastern region of Japan that was devastated by a deadly 2011 tsunami.
Lifelong ‘frack gag’: Two Pennsylvania children banned from discussing fracking

Lifelong ‘frack gag’: Two Pennsylvania children banned from discussing fracking

The 7- and 10-year-old children of a Pennsylvania couple that reached a settlement following a lawsuit involving health issues brought
Time Magazine U.S. vs. Europe, Asia and South Pacific

Time Magazine U.S. vs. Europe, Asia and South Pacific

Here is an interesting image of the different covers/stories that Time Magazine uses across the globe.. Don’t think they’re not