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Chemists speak out on sexual harassment in academia

(American Chemical Society) Sexual misconduct on college campuses is an age-old problem that continues to plague students and faculty, and is now the subject of renewed debate. It can traumatize those who are harassed, and change the course of people's careers. Show More Summary

Smokers who quit have metabolite levels that resemble those of nonsmokers

(American Chemical Society) Even after years of smoking, the body has a remarkable ability to repair itself. Now in a study appearing in ACS' Journal of Proteome Research, scientists report that certain metabolic changes occur soon after quitting, and these changes could help explain how some ill-effects of smoking might be reversible.

Now That He's In A Big Movie, Is Sergei Polunin Going To Give Up Ballet For Acting? Naah

"A few months ago, I was sure that I was going to stop dancing to become a good actor. But then when I was by myself for a week, I asked myself, What are you doing? You have that talent. Use it to the fullest. And if I can use that talent as well as […]

That which must not be said

(Scott Johnson) John Mortimer’s Rumpole of the Bailey gave us She Who Must Be Obeyed (i.e., Rumpole’s wife as he privately referred to her). J.K. Rowley gave us He Who Must Not Be Named (i.e., the villain Voldemort). Now higher education gives us daily lessons on That Which Must Not Be Said or, ideally, Thought. Show More Summary

Putin’s Pro-Trump Operation May Have Been Far Bigger Than We Yet Know

It’s been nearly a year since the US intelligence community publicly announced its determination that the Russian government took covert actions to sway the 2016 US election. We now know that Russia did so in part by buying Facebook ads and weaponizing bots, trolls, and other social media tools created by US tech giants. But […]

Foster tadpoles trigger parental instinct in poison frogs

(University of Veterinary Medicine -- Vienna) Especially male poison frogs piggyback their offspring to pools in the rainforest. Now, researchers from Vetmeduni Vienna, the University of Vienna and Harvard University showed that this parental behavior can be triggered experimentally. Show More Summary

AC Hotel Avenida de America Madrid: Free Mini Bar!

Besides Sanya, China and Grand Cayman, I have not stayed at many Marriott hotels. This was my first time staying at the AC brand and I have to say that it is now one of my favorites.  The post AC Hotel Avenida de America Madrid: Free Mini Bar! appeared first on The Points Of Life.

Kourtney Kardashian to Scott Disick: Dump Sofia Richie NOW!

As you may have heard, Scott Disick is dating Sofia Richie, which is gross and weird for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that Scott is a 34-year-old father of three and Sofia ia barely out of high school. The relationship...Show More Summary

Wait, Could Jessica Chastain Actually Be In IT 2?

Now that IT is a certified smash hit, one can assume that many involved in the film have already turned some attention to the inevitable sequel, and that might even include going after some dream casting options.

Google admits it was serving ads on the ‘ad-free’ YouTube Red

Earlier this week, we reported that Google was purportedly serving ads on its premium YouTube Red service, which promises an ad-free watching experience across the board. The internet giant has now admitted it was indeed running ads on Red – which should be fully ad-free – blaming the erroneous occurrence on a technical issue. Show More Summary

Call Maury: Is This The Father Of Toya Wright’s Second Seed?

Toya Wright Pregnant By NBA Manager “Red” Just a few months back Toya Wright was hosting a baby shower for her best friend. Now it’s her turn. But as soon as it was revealed that she was expecting all anybody

Blind cat hugs phone when his favorite pianist is playing

3 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

I'm convinced that there is nothing more heartwarming on the internet right now than this video of a blind cat hugging a phone. In the video, an orange tabby named Namik is shown pulling a phone close and hugging it gently. Why? Because...Show More Summary

Is my wedding photographer hiding us from her portfolio?

I was married last year. We were happy with our photographer, and pre-booked an upcoming summer time family shoot with her. Now, six months after the wedding, I've realized that she hasn't posted any of our engagement, bridal or wedding...Show More Summary

Patreon Just Raised $60M, Now YouTube Is Gunning For It with Fan 'Sponsorships

Patreon announced yesterday that it had raised an additional $60 Million to expand its fan-to-creator patronage site. Now Google's YouTube is gunning for the startup, which has become a popular revenue tool for many of its creators, with it's own Patraon-like fan "sponsorship" tools. Based on old-school patronage, Patreon enables...

Bite force research reveals dinosaur-eating frog

Scientists say that a large, now extinct, frog called Beelzebufo that lived about 68 million years ago in Madagascar would have been capable of eating small dinosaurs.

It's rare for 0-2 NFL teams to make the playoffs — here's who has the best chance to pull it off this year

Making the NFL postseason is a difficult task for any team, and it becomes that much harder when you don't get off to a clean start. Now check out how the best coaches in the NFL stack up against each other NFL HEAD COACH POWER RANKINGS:...Show More Summary

Netflix picks up David Bruckner's The Ritual for just under $5 million

Netflix isn't afraid to spend some money acquiring films and original projects for their streaming service. A while back they dropped $3 million to buy Max Landis's BRIGHT script, and now word has come out that they have purchased...Show More Summary

Cut Copy, "Black Rainbows"

Because every day is an excruciating accumulation of moments that last lifetimes now it is even more impossible to recall recent events than it used to be back when time flowed at a normal pace and the greatest difficulty we had was with the massive amount of product by which we were constantly under barrage. […]

Metabolism switch signals end for healing hearts

Researchers have identified the process that shuts down the human heart's ability to heal itself, and are now searching for a drug to reverse it. Scientists have shown a metabolic pathway governs the loss of the heart's proliferative capacity.

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