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Terrifying Time Loop: The Man Trapped in Constant Deja Vu
Offbeat  (tags: health, constant deja vu, science, scientists, research )

Ray
- 3 days ago - m.bbc.co.uk
Scientists believe the extraordinary case of a 23-year-old British man with "constant deja vu" may have been triggered by anxiety. It is the first time such a link has been made. But what is deja vu - and do we really know what causes it?
The Online Pet Guide
Offbeat  (tags: pets, protection, animalwelfare, animals, health, healthcare, disease, diet, food, medicine, nutrition, prevention, protection, treatment, safety, science, Body-Mind-Spirit, exercise, illness, interesting, news, safety )

Kelly
- 10 days ago - theonlinepetguide.net
We are an online pet resource guide and directory providing listings for local pet parks, pet events, and pet businesses in your community. This pet website is continuously growing,
New York City Moves to Ban Plastic Foam Containers
Offbeat  (tags: Ecology, Law, Politics, SciTech, Science, USA )

Ray
- 19 days ago - rt.com
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is moving forward on a plan to ban city food establishments from using plastic foam containers because of the harm they cause the environment. The ban will leave restaurateurs and food vendors in a bind.
No Cure for Brokenhearted: Research Finds Time Doesn't Heal Heartbreak
Offbeat  (tags: Health, Science, UK )

Ray
- 22 days ago - rt.com
A disturbing condition, known as the 'broken heart syndrome,' doesn't necessarily heal with time, researchers at the University of Aberdeen have found. There is no treatment for the disorder, which was previously thought to recover in due course.
From Daredevils to Good Samaritans: 9 People Who Made 2014 Count
Offbeat  (tags: Bahrain, Clashes, Fracking, Human rights, Israel, Protest, Rally, Russia, Science, Space, USA )

Ray
- 27 days ago - rt.com
By accident of birth or design, some people were born to break the mold and march to the beat of their own drum. Below are the stories of nine people who made waves, both big and small, in their own special way in 2014.
Hundreds of Police Racism Complaints Lodged, But Few Officers Sacked
Offbeat  (tags: Intelligence, Internet, Law, Opposition, Police, Science, Security, UK, Violence, War )

Ray
- 28 days ago - rt.com
Hundreds of police officers accused of racism in official complaints over the past five years have not been sacked from their jobs, a new investigation has found.
How Global Warming Could Turn Siberia Into a Giant Crater 'Time Bomb'
Offbeat  (tags: environment, interesting, world, science )

Marty
- 33 days ago - siberiantimes.com
Global warming could leave parts of Siberia exposed to a wave of underground explosions like those behind the recent unexplained giant craters phenomenon.
The Science News Highlights of 2014
Offbeat  (tags: science, science and environment news, highlights 2014 )

Ray
- 35 days ago - bbc.co.uk
From landing on a comet to the discovery of the world's biggest dinosaur, it was an eventful year in science and environment news. Here's a selection of 2014's highlights - and you can see the year in pictures here.
The True Colors of Yellowstone's Thermal Springs Unveiled By Scientists
Offbeat  (tags: Physics, Science, USA )

Ray
- 38 days ago - rt.com
Researchers have created a simple mathematical model that reveals the stunning colors of the hot springs at Yellowstone National Park by visually recreating what they looked like years ago before decades of tourists ruined them with rubbish.
What Do You Know About Nebulae?
Offbeat  (tags: quiz, education, knowledge., science, nebulae )

Ray
- 38 days ago - play.bbc.co.uk
What do you know about nebulae? Take the quiz and test your knowledge.
Law Enforcement Is Most Obese Profession - Study
Offbeat  (tags: Drugs, Education, Food, Health, Science, USA )

Ray
- 40 days ago - rt.com
A study on the prevalence of obesity by occupation found nearly half the cops, firefighters and security guards in the United States are obese. Economists, scientists and psychologists scored the lowest rates of obesity.
Thousands of Wolves, Bears and Lynx Striding Europe Alongside Humans
Offbeat  (tags: Biology, Europe, Science )

Ray
- 41 days ago - rt.com
After almost becoming extinct at the beginning of the 20th century, large carnivores are on their way back in Europe with bears being the most numerous and present in almost two dozen of European countries, a new study has shown.
Science: What Are the Health Risks of Obesity?
Offbeat  (tags: Science, Health, Health risks, obesity )

Ray
- 42 days ago - bbc.co.uk
The number of people with obesity in the UK has more than trebled in the last 25 years. Doctors now say that the condition is reaching 'epidemic' proportions. Why are they so concerned?
Does Sugar Make Children Hyperactive?
Offbeat  (tags: Health, Science, Disease, Food, Human body, Medicine )

Ray
- 46 days ago - bbc.com
Dread birthday parties because of the effect cakes and drinks will have on your child? Evidence shows this actually affects parents' behaviour, not the child's.
Earth: Spotting a Polar Bear's From Space
Offbeat  (tags: science, scientists, space, environment, animals, Polar Bears )

Ray
- 50 days ago - bbc.com
Scientists have begun to track bears from space in a bid to monitor their behaviour and numbers
 

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