A love story comes to an end.
It’s sustainable both environmentally and economically.
According to sociologist Charles Horton Cooley, individuals develop their concept of self by observing how they are perceived by others, a concept Cooley coined as the “looking-glass self.”
The beer bubbles exhibit an unusual phenomenon, which researchers felt warrants a closer look.
Say what now?
Get sucked into the joyous celebration of the black hole image.
There’s something very cosmic about these earthly flowers.
Do you have it?
Who said movies never teach you anything?
It’s a surprisingly-old story.
Just a few years ago, DNA testing was a scientific pursuit — and a rather expensive one at that. But the technology has advanced and cheapened so much, that people routinely take genetic tests — millions do it every year. It’s indeed satisfying to know about our ancestry, heritage, fitness, health and a host of other factors. But do they make
It’s not clear how the USB ended up inside the seal.
A timeless Valentine’s gift.
They took our jobs! Uhm… no wait… we took their jobs!!
They’re the schist.
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Talk about a first world problem!
It’s seriously cool.
An old, delicious recipe.
It’s a hot topic.