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The Complete Malware Removal Guide

Think your Windows computer might be infected? Clean it up yourself with a variety of free tools, using this “Operation Cleanup: Complete Malware Removal Guide”. This malware removal guide outlines not only how to remove malware from your computer but … Continue reading

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Now Showing: Movie Clips From Your Mind : Discovery News – Seeker

Blurry images taken from the human brain reveal movie clips just watched by test subjects. THE GIST Scientists are getting closer to being able to reconstruct videos of what you were thinking. Neuroscientists reconstructed blurry videos from brain scanning machine … Continue reading

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What Are the Odds of Winning the Lottery?

One sort of probability question asks what the chances are that you have a winning lottery ticket. What’s more likely is that you don’t have a full-fledged winner. Your ticket probably matches only some of the numbers selected. A question … Continue reading

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Top climate scientists admit global warming forecasts were wrong 

(This article is just the latest of many which discredit the man made global warming theory. The computer modeling program used to predict global warming has been proven to be rigged to show a warming trend, no matter what data … Continue reading

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Are Hormone-mimicking Chemicals Harming Our Children?

Are chemicals in our environment masculinizing girls and feminizing boys? A growing body of scientific evidence suggests that this is the case, and one of the latest studies has linked exposure to a substance known as bisphenol A, or BPA, … Continue reading

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Are you eating these foods full of estrogen? 

By Martha Rosenberg Posted on April 24, 2014by Martha Rosenberg It is no secret that our bodies and environment are swimming in estrogen. Puberty is occurring as early as eight-years-old in children and recently babies in Chinadeveloped breasts. Frogs and … Continue reading

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Eight things you didn’t know you could do with human sperm

[I had to reblog this; did you know there is a study suggesting that semen has antidepressant properties for women? Yep, and women giving oral sex to men during pregnancy reduce their risk of preeclampsia. Nice to know we can … Continue reading

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