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The Debate

The media is overflowing with reports on last night’s republican presidential debate and hardly any of them are positive. Sure, media outlets tend to be bias towards one party or another, but even republican opinions seem disappointed. No matter where we stand on this topic, debates like these tend to get people riled up. Since…

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True Science

Two friends decided to go into the produce business together. They put their money together and bought a pickup truck to get started. Everyday they would drive 100 miles into the country and buy watermelons for fifty cents each. Then they would drive back into town and sell them “two for a dollar.” At the…

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A Tree That Produces 40 Different Kinds Of Fruits

It has been given the name “Frankenstein tree,” and for good reason. This tree produced 40 different varieties of fruit, some of which include cherries, peaches, nectarines, and apricots. Van Aken is the “mad scientist” behind these vegetation monstrosities. He is able to craft these trees through a process known as grafting. To put it…

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Scary Good Camouflage

We all know animals use camouflage to their advantage, but sometimes it’s amazing to see just how perfectly they blend in. Take a look at the picture above and see if you can spot the hiding snow leopard. It took me a while before I finally spotted it (Check below for the answer). It’s awesome…

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Growing Up In Darkness

In Maputo, Mozambique, there are many unfortunately children who call the streets their home. Having been abandoned by their families, they don’t look to live in the nicer parts, but are forced to grow up, seek shelter, and hide in the dark, wet, and perilous parts of the city. You will find these poor children…

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My wife and I travel out to Illinois to see her family at least once per year. There is usually very little to see except flat farmland as we trudge through Kansas and Missouri. However, every trip there is a very normal looking building that immediately grabs my attention. This building would normally blend into…