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Our brains predict events in fast-forward

0SHARESShare What happens when you look up and see a ball headed toward you? Without even thinking about it, you flinch. That might be because our brains are constantly living our lives in fast-forward, playing out the action in our head before it happens. Humans have to navigate, and respond to, an environment that is always changing. Our brain compensates ...

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Overwatch’s anniversary event offers some amazing new skins

0SHARESShare As announced last week, Overwatch is celebrating its one year anniversary with a new seasonal event, which launches today. Overwatch Anniversary will run from May 23rd to June 12th, and will feature three new maps for the Arena mode, along with over 100 new items to collect (including some new dance emotes). But, as always, you’re not really here ...

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Apple just revealed a declassified government order, but thousands more are still secret

0SHARESShare Late last night, Apple released its latest transparency report , covering government requests for the second half of 2016. There were a number of new sections in the report — including more data on emergency requests, account deletions, and non-criminal data demands — but what stood out most was the section on National Security Letters, a controversial legal method ...

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Kill three birds with one stone with this Bluetooth speaker power bank table

0SHARESShare Tables are probably some of the oldest gadgets around, if you think about it. People have probably been taking things and using them as a high place to put other, smaller things since the existence of people (and things). I’ve certainly been an avid table user all my life, but it never occurred to me that what all those ...

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Oil-based Infertility Test Produces Higher Pregnancy Rate Than Water-Based Test

(Reuters Health) – When it comes to using X-rays to check a woman’s reproductive system in search of  a cause for her infertility, oil turns out to be better than water. A new study concludes that when doctors are debating whether to use a water-based or oil-based contrast fluid to inject into the egg-carrying tubes – part of a test ...

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Even Tony Hawk Was Impressed By This Skateboarder's Marriage Proposal

This skateboarder ’s surprise proposal to his girlfriend so great, it even has Tony Hawk’s  stamp of approval.  Earlier this month at the annual Van’s Pool Party in Orange, California, skateboarder and activist Amelia Brodka  was chatting about the future of women in skateboarding when interviewer Neal Hendrix subtly brought up Brodka’s boyfriend, Alec Beck , who was also in ...

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Trump's Budget Would Cut Planned Parenthood Out Of All Federal Programs

The Trump administration’s proposed budget specifically excludes Planned Parenthood from all Department of Health and Human Services programs, apparently the first time a president’s budget has done so, according to the leaked executive summary of the plan.  Trump’s proposed fiscal 2018 budget “follows through on a campaign promise and prohibits any funding in the Labor-HHS appropriations bill for certain entities ...

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The Bachelorette’s ‘Whaboom’ Guy Was The Actual Worst

After the cast of “The Bachelorette” Season 13 was made public by ABC last Wednesday, Bachelor Nation rushed to check out Rachel Lindsay’s crop of 31 gentlemen and left with one burning question: What is a “whaboom”? On Monday night, during the season premiere, we found out what a “whaboom” is: The actual worst guy on “The Bachelorette,” perhaps ever.  Contestant ...

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Virginia Woman's Xenophobic Tirade Against Latino Man Caught On Camera

A Virginia woman’s xenophobic rant against a Latino man was caught on camera.  The video was shared by activist and New York Daily News writer Shaun King via Facebook on Monday. In the video, the unidentified woman is on the phone telling someone who is presumably a Sprint store representative that she is in Manassas, Virginia, which she describes as ...

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Vanity Fair Pays Homage To Carrie Fisher With 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Covers

Vanity Fair’s ode to General Leia Organa is pure perfection. The magazine released images of the four exclusive Summer 2017 covers shot by Annie Leibovitz featuring the cast of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi .” The covers celebrate the “Star Wars”  franchise’s 40th anniversary this week and mark the first time the publication has released alternate “Star Wars” covers. Leading ...

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