Human-Food Bonding Is Real, Science Says

human-food bonding
A recent study conducted by the Sharp Research Institute's Center for the Human-Food Bond concluded that a dynamic relationship exists between humans and food, suggesting that each has a profound influence over the other. The research indicates that when humans interact with food on a regular basis, they experience noticeable physiological changes, including reduced irritability, a decrease in blood pressure, and a feeling of general...

Paleontology Is Rife With Fraud, Experts Conclude

Experts at the Stanford Research Institute for Educational Advancement have released a report with a controversial conclusion about paleontology. After an exhaustive study of nearly 200 years of fossil evidence, they have determined that vertebrate paleontology--or more specifically, the study of dinosaurs--is rife with fraud. Fossil fraud is a huge problem in the paleontology industry, so discovery of a massive cover-up should come as no...

Can Groundhog Predictions Be Trusted? The Science of Groundhog Day.

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Groundhogs are known for their extreme psychic abilities on Groundhog Day. But what is the actual science behind their psionic prognostication? Every year on February 2nd, groundhogs across the world embark on the task of making the most accurate weather predictions known to science. Hundreds of spectators gather at Gobbler's Knob in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania to await the emergence of a groundhog named...

Human Surrogates for Clones of Dead Pets Now A Reality

Scientists think there is a market for human surrogates in the pet cloning industry. Giving birth to a clone of your deceased pet is now a reality, according to scientists at the North Korean cloning firm DPRKRCF. For the first time ever, the cloned embryos from a deceased dog have been implanted in a human surrogate. What’s more incredible—the embryos developed,...

Anaphylactic death – the cure to the prison population

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  Death row, where bad Americans go to die. But the cost of death is rising, and no one wants to pay the true price of extermination. At the other end of mother natures spectrum, her spreaders of life, the humble bee, is dying, and no one can afford to keep them alive. Until now. In a joint initiative, the Texan Bee...

Mantids Watch 3D Movies For Science

Through a series of new experiments, scientists at Newcastle University have confirmed that mantids can see images in 3D. Mantids were found to be able to see in 3D through a series of experiments in the 1980's, but the information gained was hardly useful due to the limited technology available at the time. The Newcastle University team reports that they developed tiny 3D glasses...

Dinosaur Toys More Dangerous For Kids Than Other Stuff, says MADTFCIOCLLC

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Moms Against Dangerous Toys For Children In Our Communities, LLC (MADTFCIOCLLC) has released their list of most dangerous toys for children, and it is no surprise that their list is saturated with dinosaur toys. The imaginary satanic creatures that some toy makers have decided would be great playthings have long been known to not only scare some children, but incite...

Ham Dog Burnt In Fire is a HOAX!? Scientists say Yes!

Ham Dog Hoax Solved
Move over Snopes, there's a new hoax buster in town.  Animal Research Team at IFLscience.org decided to put their top researchers to work in discovering the truth behind the infamous viral photo of the burn face dog that is making it's rounds on Facebook.  With the help of a local off duty police officer and a $1.9 million dollar government...

Science Breakthrough: Ostrich Skiing is all the Rage (Video Footage)

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For decades the Scientific community has been plagued with one serious question.  Can we teach an Ostrich to Ski?  Thanks to a small team of scientists financed by Monsanto the question is finally answered, and that answer is Yes.  Yes, we can teach a common ostrich to ski, and very well we might add. "Initially we merely wanted to use...

Missing Link Between Eel and Sea Serpent

A group of marine biologists in the Philippines have unearthed a startling new discovery.  The above pictured Halimaw Sa Dagat, or Monster of the Sea, was found in ocean depths immediately surrounding the island in the South China Sea. The creature most closely related to the eel family was not found alive, but it's proximity to nearby feeding areas suggests that...

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Human-Food Bonding Is Real, Science Says

A recent study conducted by the Sharp Research Institute's Center for the Human-Food Bond concluded that a dynamic relationship exists between humans and food, suggesting...

Evolutionary Cure for HPV: Say Scientists

In a world rampant with sexually transmitted disease and where infection lurks as a silent killer, HPV lies dormant in most men and women....

7 Signs Your Lover’s Chakra Is Incompatible With Your Own

Ever feel like you're talking at your partner and not WITH your partner?  Bickering, household fights, slow loss of intimacy can all be explained...

Paleontology Is Rife With Fraud, Experts Conclude

Experts at the Stanford Research Institute for Educational Advancement have released a report with a controversial conclusion about paleontology. After an exhaustive study of nearly 200 years...
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New “Miracle Car” fueled by stem cells

A new development has everyone in the automotive community talking-- imagine a family sedan that can go 200 miles to a gallon of fuel,...