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White House Solar Panels Going Up THIS WEEK

by Michael dEstries

After nearly three years of “procurement phase” limbo, the Obama Administration this week quietly began installing solar panels on the roof of the White House. You read that correctly. It’s

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New Study Shows Dolphins Have Long, Long-Term Memory

by Alexandra Branscombe

Time to make way for a new idiom—new data shows that having a “memory like an elephant” is not even that extraordinary compared to that of a dolphin.

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Shark Attack Survivors Unite to Save the Species

by Megan Thompson

Who would have thought that shark attack survivors could become the animal’s most passionate advocates? In an act of ultimate forgiveness, the members of Shark Attack Survivors for Shark Conservation

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2013 Perseid Meteor Shower to Shine on August 11, 12

by Michael dEstries

The annual Perseid Meteor Shower will make its appearance in the night sky starting this weekend – with possibly up to 50-100 meteoroids shooting through the sky per hour. It’s caused by

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Costa Rica to Close Zoos, Release Caged Animals

by Michael dEstries

Costa Rica, already an environmental star on the world stage, has taken another big step in its quest to become more animal-friendly. It was announced last week by the country’s minister

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Cory Monteith’s Farewell Episode to Tackle Drug Abuse

by Amanda Just

An absence is still felt by fans and loved ones following the tragic death of actor Cory Monteith, who passed away from a drug overdose last month.

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Bill Clinton Went Vegan to “Maximize His Chances” of Survival

by Ali Berman

Bill Clinton wasn’t known for his healthy eating habits when he was living in the White House. But now, the former president is one of the best examples of how changing your diet can prolong your life.

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