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2015-11-04 21:31:21 (35 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s)Open 

Is there a limit to how many MUFG Capsules you can have in your inventory? I hacked 6 rather quickly, but it has been a long time since I have hacked another.

Most reshares: 3

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2015-10-25 14:14:41 (2 comments; 3 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

Concerning...
Whether or not the discovery is the tank barge Argo -- which foundered during a storm nearly 80 years ago in western Lake Erie and may still hold 126,000 gallons of volatile oil in its corroding steel husk -- remains a mystery.
The National Museum of the Great Lakes on Saturday announced that divers with the Cleveland Underwater Explorers (CLUE) saw a glob of petroleum product float to the surface when they examined the site.

Most plusones: 38

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2015-11-14 03:27:40 (32 comments; 0 reshares; 38 +1s)Open 

The Smurfs have basically quit in my city, the only real entertainment has been hacking my way to the perfect inventory. I think I may be there.

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2016-02-06 14:50:33 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

"It has become apparent in the past few years that the electrons involved in superconductivity can form patterns, stripes or checkerboards, and exhibit different symmetries - aligning preferentially along one direction," said Professor Hawthorn. "These patterns and symmetries have important consequences for superconductivity - they can compete, coexist or possibly even enhance superconductivity."

"It has become apparent in the past few years that the electrons involved in superconductivity can form patterns, stripes or checkerboards, and exhibit different symmetries - aligning preferentially along one direction," said Professor Hawthorn. "These patterns and symmetries have important consequences for superconductivity - they can compete, coexist or possibly even enhance superconductivity."___

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2016-02-03 23:19:21 (4 comments; 1 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

lol
#Canada  

lol
#Canada  ___

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2016-02-02 21:32:45 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

Apparently we have solved the "where did the Moon come from?" question.
"We don’t see any difference between Earth’s and the Moon’s oxygen isotopes; they’re indistinguishable," said lead researcher Edward Young.

Instead, the findings back up a hypothesis proposed in 2012, which stated that Theia and Earth were actually involved in a head-on collision, rather than a side-swipe, and ended up fusing together as a result.

Apparently we have solved the "where did the Moon come from?" question.
"We don’t see any difference between Earth’s and the Moon’s oxygen isotopes; they’re indistinguishable," said lead researcher Edward Young.

Instead, the findings back up a hypothesis proposed in 2012, which stated that Theia and Earth were actually involved in a head-on collision, rather than a side-swipe, and ended up fusing together as a result.___

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2016-01-27 16:48:41 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

I find this very concerning for many reasons, but I imagine it has always been the case when recruiting for the military. Who in their right mind wants to go to war?
What we know about people coming out of dysfunctional families is they often gravitate towards environments where there is structure and safety," says Dr. Greg Passey

I find this very concerning for many reasons, but I imagine it has always been the case when recruiting for the military. Who in their right mind wants to go to war?
What we know about people coming out of dysfunctional families is they often gravitate towards environments where there is structure and safety," says Dr. Greg Passey___

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2016-01-27 00:17:17 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 7 +1s)Open 

Kisolite
Researchers at the University of British Columbia have discovered a rare clay used as medicine by aboriginals in northern B.C. contains antibacterial properties that could be used to treat antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

Some 400 kilometres north of Vancouver, on the Heiltsuk First Nation's traditional territory, sits a 400-million kilogram deposit of glacial clay in Kisameet Bay that scientists believe was formed near the end of the last Ice Age, approximately 10,000 years ago.

The grey-green clay, known as Kisolite, has been used for centuries by the Heiltsuk First Nations to treat a range of ailments including ulcerative colitis, arthritis, neuritis, phlebitis, skin irritation, and burns. Locals have also historically used the clay for eczema, acne and psoriasis.

Now UBC researchers say the clay exhibits potent antibacterial activity against... more »

Kisolite
Researchers at the University of British Columbia have discovered a rare clay used as medicine by aboriginals in northern B.C. contains antibacterial properties that could be used to treat antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

Some 400 kilometres north of Vancouver, on the Heiltsuk First Nation's traditional territory, sits a 400-million kilogram deposit of glacial clay in Kisameet Bay that scientists believe was formed near the end of the last Ice Age, approximately 10,000 years ago.

The grey-green clay, known as Kisolite, has been used for centuries by the Heiltsuk First Nations to treat a range of ailments including ulcerative colitis, arthritis, neuritis, phlebitis, skin irritation, and burns. Locals have also historically used the clay for eczema, acne and psoriasis.

Now UBC researchers say the clay exhibits potent antibacterial activity against multidrug-resistant pathogens.___

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2016-01-20 16:17:10 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

Not sure what this means, but it means something.
A ninth large planet may lurk deep in the outer solar system. The planet, illustrated here, is far from the sun and thought to be gaseous like Uranus and Neptune, though smaller than both ice giants.
As described Wednesday in the Astronomical Journal, the gravitational signature of a large, lurking planet is written into the peculiar orbits of these farflung worlds. Called extreme Kuiper Belt Objects, the misbehaving bodies trace odd circles around the sun that have puzzled scientists for years.


Not sure what this means, but it means something.
A ninth large planet may lurk deep in the outer solar system. The planet, illustrated here, is far from the sun and thought to be gaseous like Uranus and Neptune, though smaller than both ice giants.
As described Wednesday in the Astronomical Journal, the gravitational signature of a large, lurking planet is written into the peculiar orbits of these farflung worlds. Called extreme Kuiper Belt Objects, the misbehaving bodies trace odd circles around the sun that have puzzled scientists for years.
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2015-12-29 23:51:58 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

'Pre-historic' animal shell found in Argentina
A passer-by on Christmas Day found a meter-long shell on a riverbank in Argentina which may be from a glyptodont, a prehistoric kind of giant armadillo, experts said Tuesday.

http://phys.org/news/2015-12-pre-historic-animal-shell-argentina.html

'Pre-historic' animal shell found in Argentina
A passer-by on Christmas Day found a meter-long shell on a riverbank in Argentina which may be from a glyptodont, a prehistoric kind of giant armadillo, experts said Tuesday.

http://phys.org/news/2015-12-pre-historic-animal-shell-argentina.html___

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2015-12-23 16:30:38 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

Drone Insurance could be the next thing.

Drone Insurance could be the next thing.___

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2015-12-23 16:24:32 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

Apparently we have about 200 years to figure this out.

Apparently we have about 200 years to figure this out.___

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2015-12-22 16:03:29 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

Christmas is complicated..

Christmas is complicated..___

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2015-12-21 06:04:57 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

For decades, the graph isomorphism problem has held a special status within computer science community. Now, complexity theory has gotten a little less complex.

For decades, the graph isomorphism problem has held a special status within computer science community. Now, complexity theory has gotten a little less complex.___

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2015-12-12 00:43:27 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

Everyone just needs to relax.

Everyone just needs to relax.___

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2015-12-03 21:33:29 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 9 +1s)Open 

Wow!

Meanwhile, back on planet Earth: Italy’s Etna Unleashes a Short but Spectacular Eruption

After what has been a quiet 2015, Etna saw one of its first paroxysms of the year. Over the last few weeks, the Voragina crater on Etna has been restless, with low level Strombolian activity that was mainly confined to the crater. However, last night, the Voragine crater unleashed a lava fountain that reached 1 kilometer (~3,200 feet) over the volcano with an accompanying ash plume that topped 3 kilometers (~9,800 feet). Even with all that intensity of eruption, the paroxysm was over in only 50 minutes.

Image credit: MARCO RESTIVO/DEMOTIX/CORBIS

Read more: http://buff.ly/1lzqqrb___Wow!

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2015-11-30 00:50:23 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

Good news is good.
Metformin

London — The world’s first anti-aging drug will be tested on humans next year in trials that could result in people being able to live healthily well into their 120s.

Good news is good.
Metformin

London — The world’s first anti-aging drug will be tested on humans next year in trials that could result in people being able to live healthily well into their 120s.___

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2015-11-25 23:06:28 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s)Open 

Li-Fi!
The world might eventually have to shift its reliance on Wi-Fi to Li-Fi, an alternative technology that scientists say can reach speeds of 1 Gbps in real-world use — 100 times faster than average Wi-Fi speeds.

Li-Fi transmits data using LED lights, which flicker on and off within nanoseconds, imperceptible to the human eye. It was invented in 2011, and in the lab, has been able to reach a mindblowing 224 Gbps.

Unlike Wi-Fi signals which can penetrate walls, Li-Fi is based on light and can't, so its range is theoretically more limited. However, because of that limit, Li-Fi is also potentially more secure from external sniffing.

Li-Fi also opens more possibilities for smart home appliances. In the future, LED lightbulbs for the home could serve two functions — lighting up a room and helping to create a network in the house for devices to talk to eachoth... more »

Yes!!!___Li-Fi!
The world might eventually have to shift its reliance on Wi-Fi to Li-Fi, an alternative technology that scientists say can reach speeds of 1 Gbps in real-world use — 100 times faster than average Wi-Fi speeds.

Li-Fi transmits data using LED lights, which flicker on and off within nanoseconds, imperceptible to the human eye. It was invented in 2011, and in the lab, has been able to reach a mindblowing 224 Gbps.

Unlike Wi-Fi signals which can penetrate walls, Li-Fi is based on light and can't, so its range is theoretically more limited. However, because of that limit, Li-Fi is also potentially more secure from external sniffing.

Li-Fi also opens more possibilities for smart home appliances. In the future, LED lightbulbs for the home could serve two functions — lighting up a room and helping to create a network in the house for devices to talk to each other.

2015-11-20 22:31:38 (7 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

It seems like the new Google+ is discouraging posting private or to extended circles. I can't even find the option to do so. (desktop) The phone app seems to be ok.

It seems like the new Google+ is discouraging posting private or to extended circles. I can't even find the option to do so. (desktop) The phone app seems to be ok.___

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2015-11-17 23:26:46 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

Stop it!

Stop it!___

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2015-11-14 03:27:40 (32 comments; 0 reshares; 38 +1s)Open 

The Smurfs have basically quit in my city, the only real entertainment has been hacking my way to the perfect inventory. I think I may be there.

The Smurfs have basically quit in my city, the only real entertainment has been hacking my way to the perfect inventory. I think I may be there.___

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2015-11-12 16:44:16 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

Organ transplant program favours the rich

We need to ask ourselves a simple question;

Should income determine who lives or dies?

A conservative would probably say Yes, we're not communists!

I think when it comes to health care, income shouldn't be a factor at all, and it's a sin that people like Dick Cheney got a new heart over some kid.

that is all

Organ transplant program favours the rich

We need to ask ourselves a simple question;

Should income determine who lives or dies?

A conservative would probably say Yes, we're not communists!

I think when it comes to health care, income shouldn't be a factor at all, and it's a sin that people like Dick Cheney got a new heart over some kid.

that is all___

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2015-11-11 15:37:04 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

Flying Foxes? Who knew?
On the island of Mauritius (map), in the Indian Ocean, lives a curious-looking bat. It’s called a flying fox because it's rather large, with a wingspan of 2.5 feet (0.7 meter) and a fox-like face.
Native only to this tiny nation half the size of Rhode Island, the Mauritius flying fox (Pteropus niger) has been described as “flying liquid gold” after its yellow fur.
But it's not just pretty to look at. Bats such as the Mauritius flying fox provide crucial benefits to ecosystems, such as pollinating flowers and dispersing seeds of many plant species, some of which are found only in Mauritius. This is also important for restoring forests that have been destroyed.

Flying Foxes? Who knew?
On the island of Mauritius (map), in the Indian Ocean, lives a curious-looking bat. It’s called a flying fox because it's rather large, with a wingspan of 2.5 feet (0.7 meter) and a fox-like face.
Native only to this tiny nation half the size of Rhode Island, the Mauritius flying fox (Pteropus niger) has been described as “flying liquid gold” after its yellow fur.
But it's not just pretty to look at. Bats such as the Mauritius flying fox provide crucial benefits to ecosystems, such as pollinating flowers and dispersing seeds of many plant species, some of which are found only in Mauritius. This is also important for restoring forests that have been destroyed.___

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2015-11-10 22:48:14 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

Our journeys are short my friends.

___Our journeys are short my friends.

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2015-11-05 16:22:03 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 10 +1s)Open 

An example to the rest of the world.
#Canada  

'This is what the world is looking for': Trudeau's highly diverse cabinet http://ow.ly/Ui4LN #cdnpoli #PM23___An example to the rest of the world.
#Canada  

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2015-11-04 21:31:21 (35 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s)Open 

Is there a limit to how many MUFG Capsules you can have in your inventory? I hacked 6 rather quickly, but it has been a long time since I have hacked another.

Is there a limit to how many MUFG Capsules you can have in your inventory? I hacked 6 rather quickly, but it has been a long time since I have hacked another.___

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2015-11-02 21:42:54 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

Nice haul!

Hackers claim $1 million bounty after remotely jailbreaking iPhones http://tnw.me/3vwKofB___Nice haul!

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2015-10-25 23:10:21 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

In great tits, males hold territories. That means that females that divorce their males also change territory. We wonder if females might pay more attention to the territory they want to live in than the social dynamics of the group when it comes to changing partners.

In great tits, males hold territories. That means that females that divorce their males also change territory. We wonder if females might pay more attention to the territory they want to live in than the social dynamics of the group when it comes to changing partners.___

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2015-10-25 22:52:06 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

Watch how far this seal is thrown! (32 seconds in)

Watch how far this seal is thrown! (32 seconds in)___

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2015-10-25 14:14:41 (2 comments; 3 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

Concerning...
Whether or not the discovery is the tank barge Argo -- which foundered during a storm nearly 80 years ago in western Lake Erie and may still hold 126,000 gallons of volatile oil in its corroding steel husk -- remains a mystery.
The National Museum of the Great Lakes on Saturday announced that divers with the Cleveland Underwater Explorers (CLUE) saw a glob of petroleum product float to the surface when they examined the site.

Concerning...
Whether or not the discovery is the tank barge Argo -- which foundered during a storm nearly 80 years ago in western Lake Erie and may still hold 126,000 gallons of volatile oil in its corroding steel husk -- remains a mystery.
The National Museum of the Great Lakes on Saturday announced that divers with the Cleveland Underwater Explorers (CLUE) saw a glob of petroleum product float to the surface when they examined the site.___

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2015-10-23 00:26:54 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

I thought Email's days were numbered, apparently not.

Why your next startup should be all about email http://tnw.me/K5mhXDU___I thought Email's days were numbered, apparently not.

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2015-10-22 22:21:06 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

Whoa!

The discovery of the 9-foot-deep, 2,600-foot-long passage marks one of the longest and more sophisticated clandestine tunnels found on the U.S.-Mexico border.___Whoa!

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2015-10-17 14:24:50 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

Photograph believed to show 'Titanic Iceberg' up for auction.

It was taken by the chief steward of the ocean liner Prinz Adalbert on the morning of April 15, 1912, hours after the RMS Titanic sank following its collision with an iceberg the previous evening. The Titanic had sunk by the time the Prinz Adalbert came along, and the chief steward was unaware what had happened.

http://edition.cnn.com/2015/10/17/europe/titanic-iceberg-picture-photo/index.html?eref=edition

Photograph believed to show 'Titanic Iceberg' up for auction.

It was taken by the chief steward of the ocean liner Prinz Adalbert on the morning of April 15, 1912, hours after the RMS Titanic sank following its collision with an iceberg the previous evening. The Titanic had sunk by the time the Prinz Adalbert came along, and the chief steward was unaware what had happened.

http://edition.cnn.com/2015/10/17/europe/titanic-iceberg-picture-photo/index.html?eref=edition___

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2015-10-10 17:36:16 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

This is pretty cool, a light metal that is similar to human bones.
 
Microlattice is the lightest metal ever made. At 99.99% air, it's light enough to balance on top of a dandelion, while its structure makes it strong. Strength and record breaking lightness make it a potential metal for future planes and vehicles.

This is pretty cool, a light metal that is similar to human bones.
 
Microlattice is the lightest metal ever made. At 99.99% air, it's light enough to balance on top of a dandelion, while its structure makes it strong. Strength and record breaking lightness make it a potential metal for future planes and vehicles.___

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2015-10-09 02:28:56 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 14 +1s)Open 

In a small city, the Platinum Mind Controller is one of the tougher badges to get.

In a small city, the Platinum Mind Controller is one of the tougher badges to get.___

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2015-10-06 15:36:11 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

Nature is awesome!

Nature is awesome!___

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2015-10-05 15:37:59 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

They want to dump 8 Billion Litres of raw sewage in to the St.Lawrence!

Sadly, nothing surprises me any more...but I bet they wait until after the election.

#stopharper  

They want to dump 8 Billion Litres of raw sewage in to the St.Lawrence!

Sadly, nothing surprises me any more...but I bet they wait until after the election.

#stopharper  ___

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2015-10-04 17:20:20 (3 comments; 1 reshares; 6 +1s)Open 

I don't think I like this idea...
An exercise pill!
The findings, published in Cell Metabolism on Oct. 2, show that exercise causes 1,000 molecular changes in skeletal muscles. Dr. Nolan Hoffman, an author of the study and a research associate at the School of Molecular Bioscience, University of Sydney, says that the goal is to identify the most important changes, so that these can be replicated using drugs.

I don't think I like this idea...
An exercise pill!
The findings, published in Cell Metabolism on Oct. 2, show that exercise causes 1,000 molecular changes in skeletal muscles. Dr. Nolan Hoffman, an author of the study and a research associate at the School of Molecular Bioscience, University of Sydney, says that the goal is to identify the most important changes, so that these can be replicated using drugs.___

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2015-10-03 13:36:10 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

Researchers are touting “impossible to hack” fibre networks after a trio of tech firms unveiled a superfast working demonstration of quantum key distribution, which uses photons to send encryption keys.

Researchers are touting “impossible to hack” fibre networks after a trio of tech firms unveiled a superfast working demonstration of quantum key distribution, which uses photons to send encryption keys.___

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2015-09-27 14:42:59 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

Whales may hold the key to creating synthetic blood
The ultra-stable properties of the proteins that allow deep-diving whales to remain active while holding their breath for up to two hours could help Rice University biochemist John Olson and his colleagues finish a 20-year quest to create lifesaving synthetic blood for human trauma patients.

Whales may hold the key to creating synthetic blood
The ultra-stable properties of the proteins that allow deep-diving whales to remain active while holding their breath for up to two hours could help Rice University biochemist John Olson and his colleagues finish a 20-year quest to create lifesaving synthetic blood for human trauma patients.___

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2015-09-16 21:08:10 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

Today is the most common birthday in the USA
The set showed that September 16th is the most common birthday, while February 29th was the least common, for obvious reasons. Beyond leap year birthdays, January 1 was the least common.

The year-end peak found in all age groups studied is consistent with previous studies in the United States and elsewhere. This finding suggests that biologic processes or common behaviors may account for the seasonal variation.

Biologic hypotheses include deterioration of sperm quality during summer, seasonal differences in anterior pituitary-ovarian function caused by changes in the daylight length, and variation in quality of the ovum or endometrial receptivity. Increased sexual activity associated with end-of-year holiday festivities has also been postulated as a possible behavioral explanation for the December peak in conceptions. The exact... more »

Today is the most common birthday in the USA
The set showed that September 16th is the most common birthday, while February 29th was the least common, for obvious reasons. Beyond leap year birthdays, January 1 was the least common.

The year-end peak found in all age groups studied is consistent with previous studies in the United States and elsewhere. This finding suggests that biologic processes or common behaviors may account for the seasonal variation.

Biologic hypotheses include deterioration of sperm quality during summer, seasonal differences in anterior pituitary-ovarian function caused by changes in the daylight length, and variation in quality of the ovum or endometrial receptivity. Increased sexual activity associated with end-of-year holiday festivities has also been postulated as a possible behavioral explanation for the December peak in conceptions. The exact reasons remain unknown.

Although I don't have the Canadian stats to prove it, I think 9 months after the Stanley Cup Finals would be a good bet.___

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2015-09-14 15:38:24 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

I think we know more about Mars than our own Oceans.

I think we know more about Mars than our own Oceans.___

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2015-09-05 15:42:28 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

Interesting, more prey doesn't mean more predators. 

Interesting, more prey doesn't mean more predators. ___

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2015-09-05 00:23:49 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

I don't care what you say, A FEMALE BONGO PLAYER ROCKS!

___I don't care what you say, A FEMALE BONGO PLAYER ROCKS!

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2015-09-05 00:05:59 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

Grab your girl and..

___Grab your girl and..

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2015-09-04 22:56:27 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

The long and short of it is...the further north you live, the crazier shit is going to get...quickly.

"We found that the temperature in Greenland is like a small ship that you can stop and turn quickly because of the influence of sea ice in the region, while rainfall in the tropics is like a big ship that takes a long time to course correct," said Jud Partin, a research associate at the University of Texas Institute for Geophysics (UTIG) who led the study.

The long and short of it is...the further north you live, the crazier shit is going to get...quickly.

"We found that the temperature in Greenland is like a small ship that you can stop and turn quickly because of the influence of sea ice in the region, while rainfall in the tropics is like a big ship that takes a long time to course correct," said Jud Partin, a research associate at the University of Texas Institute for Geophysics (UTIG) who led the study.___

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2015-09-04 13:00:58 (32 comments; 0 reshares; 13 +1s)Open 

So far my MUFG capsules have reproduced every item except for the VR Heat Sink, wonder if it's just the luck of the draw? 

So far my MUFG capsules have reproduced every item except for the VR Heat Sink, wonder if it's just the luck of the draw? ___

2015-09-04 02:50:17 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

Google search fun facts or I'm feeling curious

PCMag.com: Google's Latest Easter Egg Is an Entertaining Time Suck. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw8LGNrCI

Google search fun facts or I'm feeling curious

PCMag.com: Google's Latest Easter Egg Is an Entertaining Time Suck. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw8LGNrCI___

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2015-08-28 22:07:18 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

Oh #Canada  !

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/harperman-tony-turner-scientist-investigation-1.3207390

Oh #Canada  !

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/harperman-tony-turner-scientist-investigation-1.3207390___

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2015-08-21 21:37:00 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

Today's PSA
Bud gets you twice as buzzed as Bud Light, per beer.

Today's PSA
Bud gets you twice as buzzed as Bud Light, per beer.___

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2015-08-18 15:43:19 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

A Space Elevator!
It would be made of stacked rings of Kevlar cells inflated with hydrogen or helium to an extremely high pressure. An elevator could ride up the tower, carrying spacecraft, satellites and other goods to be launched into space – along with tourists looking for an extraordinary view.

A Space Elevator!
It would be made of stacked rings of Kevlar cells inflated with hydrogen or helium to an extremely high pressure. An elevator could ride up the tower, carrying spacecraft, satellites and other goods to be launched into space – along with tourists looking for an extraordinary view.___

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2015-08-09 15:19:59 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

Monolith found
Interesting find in the waters near Sicily.

http://www.news.com.au/technology/science/enormous-monolith-carved-9350-years-ago-found-under-mediterranean-sea/story-fnjwl1aw-1227476030047

Journal of Archaeological Science Source

Monolith found
Interesting find in the waters near Sicily.

http://www.news.com.au/technology/science/enormous-monolith-carved-9350-years-ago-found-under-mediterranean-sea/story-fnjwl1aw-1227476030047

Journal of Archaeological Science Source___

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