If I Kill An Animal, Can I Eat It Raw?


“Building a fire and cooking could take more than an hour, so you contemplate eating it raw. What’s the harm? Not so fast. Sure — in the wilderness, some normal rules of civilization don’t apply. But when it comes to meat, you need heat. If you want to maximize your chance of survival, the U.S. Armed Forces Survival Guide recommends cooking all wild game and freshwater fish because of the threat of bacteria or parasites… Are these cooking precautions merely empty threats? Next up, we’ll take the microscope to the meat and see what potential dangers exist.” w/ photos

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Real Life Doll Uses Hypnotherapy To Become Brainless

“Barbie-obsessed Blondie Bennett is taking her quest to become a doll to the extreme – using hypnotherapy to make herself stupid. The 38-year-old Californian has hypno sessions once a week to make her more easily confused and vacant. Blondie, who changed her name a year and a half ago, has had five boob jobs taking her to a whopping 32JJ. And she also uses Botox and lip fillers to give her a more artificial appearance. But to make the transformation into the plastic toy complete, she is training herself to become dumb.” — BarcroftTV

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What’s A Polar Vortex?


“The polar vortex actually is a seasonal atmospheric phenomenon, a system of strong, high-level winds — called the jet stream — surrounding an extremely cold pocket of Arctic air. And while it might sound like a malevolent force of nature, the polar vortex for the most part is a pretty good thing, because its winds usually form a boundary that keeps the cold air contained and prevents us from freezing. The problem, though, is that once in a while, the polar vortex breaks down a little. The result is a big, powerful blast of Arctic air that can travel far south, causing the temperature to plunge in places accustomed to having mild winters. In this article, we’ll explain more about what the polar vortex is, and why it sometimes fluctuates.” w/ photos

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Interview With A 7-Year-Old

“With a seven year old feeding him answers through a hidden earpiece, Nathan goes on a job interview at a respected law firm.” — CC

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Celtic Walk

“A shameless viral marketing campaign for Mountain Dew.” — Wingspan TT

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Forever Spinning Top


“By backing this project you are not only getting one of the best spinning tops, you are also helping us create the worlds first Spinning Top company, that will dedicate 100% of its resources to create the best tops while bringing back the worlds oldest toy. Precision, durability and luxury is what will set forever spin apart from other spinning tops. Our goal is a Forever Spin. Forever spinning tops are ideal for visionaries, champions, deep thinkers, or kids. So Perfect and perpetual it can be passed on for generations to cherish.” w/ photos

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Top 10 Scientific Laws & Theories You Really Should Know


“Both laws and theories depend on basic elements of the scientific method, such as generating a hypothesis, testing that premise, finding (or not finding) empirical evidence and coming up with conclusions. Eventually, other scientists must be able to replicate the results if the experiment is destined to become the basis for a widely accepted law or theory. In this article, we’ll look at 10 scientific laws and theories that you might want to brush up on, even if you don’t find yourself, say, operating a scanning electron microscope all that frequently. We’ll start off with a bang and move on to the basic laws of the universe, before hitting evolution. Finally, we’ll tackle some headier material, delving into the realm of quantum physics.” w/ photos

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