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Try These Easy And Quick Carpet Cleaning Tips

You’ve seen the commercials and advertisements. You’ve heard about them from word of mouth. Everywhere you turn, someone or something is mentioning carpet cleaning services. A carpet cleaning service can be useful in restoring the look of your carpet and removing stains from it, but deciding which service to use can be difficult. Eliminate the […]

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Missouri boy’s 5-ounce sunfish breaks state record set by his dad

A 13-year-old Missouri boy caught a longear sunfish that weighed 5 ounces, breaking a record that was set by his own father exactly one year earlier. The Missouri Department of Conservation said St. Louis resident Robert “RJ” Audrain IV, 13, was fishing in a private pond July 3 in Franklin County when he caught the […]

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Treasure hunters find whiskey that sank into Ontario lake in 1964

A group of treasure hunters searching a Canadian lake were successful in their attempt to find some unusual sunken treasure: a bottle of whiskey that has been in the lake since 1964. Dieter Mueller of Barrie, Ontario, said he has been fascinated by the tale of Otter Lake’s sunken whiskey ever since several bottles were […]

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Roseate spoonbill spotted in Michigan for the first time

Wildlife officials in Michigan said the first roseate spoonbill bird ever spotted in the wild in the state might have escaped from a zoo. Birdwatchers have been gathering in Saline this week to capture photos of the bird native to Florida’s Gulf Coast, the Caribbean and parts of Central and South America. The Saline Police […]

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Doritos Gives 13-Year-old Girl $20,000 Reward for Discovering Rare ‘Puffy’ Chip, Which the Entrepreneur Listed on eBay

A true visionary is someone who recognizes opportunities where others do not. If you’re keen enough to spot it, the next new trend might pop up almost anywhere—even in a bag of chips. (You just have to be careful not to eat your fortune before you find your fame.) 13-year-old Rylee Stuart was plowing through […]

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Hydrogen is Powering the Olympic Village – Heat, Electric, and Lights That Are a Model of Japanese Innovation

The Tokyo Olympic Games in 1964 left a mark on the world in the form of the Shinkansen high-speed train, a feat which this year’s repeat hosts look to match with a vision of the future of civic planning. While enduring some criticism for going through with the games during COVID-19, Tokyo has presented the […]

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New Yale Study Suggests Mammals Might Dream About the World Before They Are Even Born

As a newborn mammal opens its eyes for the first time, it can already make visual sense of the world around it. But how does this happen before they have experienced sight? A new Yale study suggests that, in a sense, mammals dream about the world they are about to experience before they are even […]

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One of the Biggest Myths About EVs is Busted in New Study

One of the biggest debates in modern automotive industry, that there are comparative or more greenhouse gasses produced through EVs and hybrid vehicles, looks to finally be settled after the release of a comprehensive review. Using a life cycle assessment (LCA), the measurement of every ounce of carbon created from the cradle to the grave […]